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The Thin Red Grind: Episode Two

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The Thin Red Grind: Episode Two by Grindcore

Grindcore plays 4-tables of 50NL with a hyper loose-aggressive style.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 60 minutes long
  • Posted about 3 years ago

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LOLcashaments

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Time Link to 00:27:11

Do you usually flat low PPs here in the blinds vs. a TAG otb with a wide stealing range? You rarely have enough implied odds to setmine profitably and villain seems to be competent so your postflop edge may be diminished. Or did you only flat here because you've been 3betting him quite a bit the past few hands?

Posted about 3 years ago

LOLcashaments

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Time Link to 00:50:56

If you think he's 4betting light a lot of the time here @ table 1 (i.e. polarized), why didn't you want to flat the 4bet IP to maybe get additional value off his junk that will throw out a cbet?

Posted about 3 years ago

LOLcashaments

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^ nvm my 2nd question, you addressed it at the end haha.

Solid video, really enjoyed watching it! Smile

Posted about 3 years ago

Grindcore

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Do you usually flat low PPs here in the blinds vs. a TAG otb with a wide stealing range? You rarely have enough implied odds to setmine profitably and villain seems to be competent so your postflop edge may be diminished. Or did you only flat here because you've been 3betting him quite a bit the past few hands?



Yeah, but I'm not necessarily setmining. I can play them for pair value too. If he's cbet/give up then I can play them for pair value easily. If he barrels a lot then I can setmine with implied odds against his air. If you've been 3betting a lot that's actually a reason to 3b the small pairs as your flatting range is a bit too face up (you'd never flat AJ for example if your image is really aggro as you can easily 3b it for value) + he might 4b bluff which you can then shove over.

Posted about 3 years ago

Buby2132

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On the very last hand, when villain 4bet bluffs when you have KK.
You go over why calling is better at the end...which i 100% agree with.

What are you doing if the flop comes A high rainbow and he cbets?

If he is going to 4bet bluff, do you think there are a lot of Ax is his bluffing range? Or do you think he is 4betting for the sake of doing it? As you were running him over towards the end.

Thanks, Mike.

Posted about 3 years ago

Grindcore

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I'll call as he'll also cbet all his air there, and most people don't 3barrel allin with bluffed aces on Axx but they tend to check for pot control at some point instead, so I'd probably just call him down.

Posted about 3 years ago

doc.lemon

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Can you play some sessions at Pokerstars Grindcore please? Smile

Posted about 3 years ago

LuigiVampa

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Time Link to 00:02:59

Top left
The board is super dry and we can get probably one street of value. Don't you think that checking back might be better to let him catch something?

Posted about 3 years ago

Prologion

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Time Link to 00:03:01

I definetely like your turnplay with this shown 73o-hand.
But what would be your plan on the river, should the fishy Villain call only?
Bomb it on any Non-spaded River unless maybe a Q (J?) to make something like Qx (Jx) with a FD to fold, which would be imo imo a huge part of his weak B/Call-range on the turn? - maybe even slightly overbet?

Posted about 3 years ago

onehundred47

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Poemmel

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Poemmel

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Time Link to 00:01:31

So if we slowplay 44 here on the top left, what would be your plan on a blank turn?
do we call again or do we raise the turn now?

what about a K, Q or A on the turn and he bets into us?

Posted about 3 years ago

Poemmel

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Time Link to 00:03:24

you are saying you want to play super loose, why don't you play A6o on the button first in?
isn't that a super standard open?

Posted about 3 years ago

Ass Get to Jigglin

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Can you play some sessions at Pokerstars Grindcore please? Smile



why

Posted about 3 years ago




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