mdm13 shows off his chops in his first Ghost video for DeucesCracked, 4-tabling $100NL and showing how to play a little more LAG and open up your game.
Ghost the best of DeucesCracked in the shorthanded games they play in today.
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Hey mdm, solid first video! Also, i'm having a little trouble finding the free 50nl video you made, could somebody possibly link me to it? cheers
Personally I love the vids with the easy to view modded cards, makes it so much easier to watch from something like a TV when you don't feel like sitting at your pc to watch the vid.
Anyways good to hear the vid is great I wouldn't expect anything less after viewing the 2+2 vid, props to DC for picking him up.
I hate all of the modded cards in vids im colured blind so these aret so bad but some mods are just brutal very hard for me to tell the diffrence with the brown n red ones used in alot of sheif's vids i think. If yous go to the trouble of putting the table mod on im sure yous can get standard cards in there to plzzzz they'll make it look more professional to.. I really liked this vid so much going on that ill have to watch it many times. Hope to see more from you in the future. 5stars imo
TY DC for hiring mdm13. IMHO, this is the best NLHE video in the entire library.
I hope to see anther one of these soon.
Hard to comment because I've only seen it once and likely haven't absorbed even 5% of the info in this video. The commentary was great and didn't seem rushed despite having situations where there were several decisions to be made. 5 stars!
great video, and great commentary.
Two spots I found interesting:
1. When you flatted KJo pre OTB, and flatted a KQ4r flop, you mentioned you'd be raising AK for value but just calling KJ b/c you're in a WA/WB situation, yet you're in a spot where hand-values are nearly identical. Also, a thinking player may realize you're 3betting KQ/AK/QQ+ there pre-flop with an extremely high frequency, so you raising essential represents 44/air. With your image, I feel a raise may induce further action from AJ/A10/J10/Qx type hands that think you're f.o.s.(I play flop/turn/river the same btw.)
2. With 33 on AAJdd I really don't think raising the flop is your best option. I agree his range doesn't include many Ax hands, but you're essentially committing to betting two/three streets with an hand that isn't going to improve.
Do you have any thoughts on flatting the flop with 33? I feel players leading with air at this level are primarily taking one stab and giving up, and 33 is currently beating air (although their air has decent equity on this board).