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Never Tell Me the Odds: Episode Twelve

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Never Tell Me the Odds: Episode Twelve by KRANTZ

FenderJaguar prepares to move to high stakes as he and KRANTZ finish off the last hour of their review of FenderJaguar's play at 4 tables of mid-stakes 6max NLHE.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Mid Stakes
  • 63 minutes long
  • Posted over 4 years ago

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jjd323

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Time Link to 00:06:54

Reason a) is a good reason to not put ourselves in this situation, but it is not a good reason to actually go ahead and call.

Posted over 4 years ago

jjd323

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Time Link to 00:20:42

With the QJs on table 1, if we think we might move him off weak hands by bombing the turn & river, is there a better line we could take such as check turn/overbet river or other unorthodox bet-sizing such as pot+ on turn/underbet river, that might get more value for our legitimate range? I am aware that there are balance issues with this, but versus a 50/12 we aren't concerned about that.

Posted over 4 years ago

jjd323

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Time Link to 00:29:37

AQ on table 4 looks like a possible turn call for me and you don't even mention it.

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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With the QJs on table 1, if we think we might move him off weak hands by bombing the turn & river, is there a better line we could take such as check turn/overbet river or other unorthodox bet-sizing such as pot+ on turn/underbet river, that might get more value for our legitimate range? I am aware that there are balance issues with this, but versus a 50/12 we aren't concerned about that.



I'd start with just betting 3/4 pot on the turn and then see how the river shakes out. If he's a real drooler, then I'd overbet the river, if it's unclear I'd just bet 3/4 pot again and see what he calls with.

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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AQ on table 4 looks like a possible turn call for me and you don't even mention it.



you're a station. :-p

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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Is it wrong that I get excited every time I see a new NTMTO vid come up?



No, you should run to the bell tower, ring that mother and let the whole town know. Shout it far and wide!!!

Maybe we should get FenderJaguar action figures made...

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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No, you should run to the bell tower, ring that mother and let the whole town know. Shout it far and wide!!!

Maybe we should get FenderJaguar action figures made...



As long as I can get accessories and the Kung Fu Grip imo!

Posted over 4 years ago

jjd323

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you're a station. :-p



In a good or bad way, though?

Posted over 4 years ago

H.Jzon

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Time Link to 00:14:28

What are your thoughts about the betsize on the 4b oop here with AKs?
You make it the same size as in position?
I feel that people really likes to call 4bets if they are in postion when we makes it this small, do we don't mind that or what? It's definately a lot harder to play 4b pots oop then in ip imo.

A bigger betsize would make villain more likely to jam or fold. However it would be more more expensive for us to 4b bluff. Can't decide which is better Undecided
I guess a smaller size like this is better when villain's 4b range is very polarized? Would you make it the same size on CO vs a LAG on the BTN?

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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What are your thoughts about the betsize on the 4b oop here with AKs?
You make it the same size as in position?
I feel that people really likes to call 4bets if they are in postion when we makes it this small, do we don't mind that or what? It's definately a lot harder to play 4b pots oop then in ip imo.

A bigger betsize would make villain more likely to jam or fold. However it would be more more expensive for us to 4b bluff. Can't decide which is better Undecided
I guess a smaller size like this is better when villain's 4b range is very polarized? Would you make it the same size on CO vs a LAG on the BTN?



I think a guy that's playing so tight is usually jamming or folding when I 4b so I don't think I need to bomb it or anything. That may be different vs. a different guy or if we had deeper stacks. If you expect your specific opponent to flat a lot of 4b's, then yeah 4b bigger and less often as a bluff.

As for your 2nd question, depends on the LAG and how he responds to 4b's. I wouldn't start increasing my 4b size unless I had a reason to.

Posted over 4 years ago

phill2k8

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ndahlhoff10

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The intro to the video is brutal, but the rest is great. It's just like watching entourage.

Posted about 4 years ago




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