Inavacuum and student continue where they left off last week reviewing micro-stakes hands.
Yin meets yang at microstakes NL. The majority of pros view micro play as extremely standard with no room for creativity. While true for the most part, not embracing nonstandard lines will leave profit on the table.
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He definitely calls some of the time preflop and wouldn't fold the turn. He probably folds river a lot unless we have quite extensive history or he's just a station and I don't know that yet.
but I said in that other spot I dont expect people to fold Kx on river, it kinda fight each other, because it is somewhat the same spot. But I think when the both broadways are on the flop (like here with the A and Q) people are likely to give a lot more respect with Qx, because they have also Ax to call down in their range, and in that other spot is Qx the top of their range mostly, do you agree with this thoughprocess?