# Poker Video: No Limit Hold'Em by jk3a (Mid Stakes)

## Moneytrain to Midstakesville: Episode Three

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### Moneytrain to Midstakesville: Episode Three by jk3a

Jk3a and TecmoSuperBowl review a video of 4-tabling 200NL and a few select hand histories and equity calculations.

Beginning at 100NL, jk3a will show TecmoSuperBowl how to realize his goals and break free of small stakes into a bigger world.

### Video Details

• Game:
• Stakes: Mid Stakes
• 49 minutes long
• Posted almost 3 years ago

## Comments for Moneytrain to Midstakesville: Episode Three

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#### jk3a

898 posts
Joined 01/2008

he would have 57\$ left in a 153\$-Pot - but all right, when you think he can continue bluffing, then of course call flop is better.

Thx so far

math no good you're right

#### Prologion

2079 posts
Joined 03/2010

math no good you're right

Oh, ok - so shove flop, I guess when you decide to continue?

and once again, rly thank you very much for all your answers, I rly appreciate it

123 posts
Joined 12/2010

table 4: isn't it better to check preflop with 8ts?

123 posts
Joined 12/2010

again table 4: isn't it better to check preflop with 8ts?

123 posts
Joined 12/2010

You've got green marks on a lot of players. What does this mean for you? I see it a lot in combination with a fish but also with a lot of 20/18 tags etc.

123 posts
Joined 12/2010

The villain is a passive player, so not very strange that he checked the set of 7's on the turn. But my point is, when you were analyzing his range on the river, your opinion was that he would check/raise flops with KQh etc a lot of the times. I think when a player looks this tight (20/14, 4% 3-bet) its more likely that he would check/call, check/call with big draws instead of raising. So I think it's good to put that sort of hands in his range. When he bet's this big, I fold here easily because I think it narrows his range a lot, but it was just a thing I wanted to say.

#### jk3a

898 posts
Joined 01/2008

table 4: isn't it better to check preflop with 8ts?

i think you make more money raising, very common leak I see all the time

#### jk3a

898 posts
Joined 01/2008

again table 4: isn't it better to check preflop with 8ts?

this one is closer with the ep limp but still likely more profitable than check

#### jk3a

898 posts
Joined 01/2008

You've got green marks on a lot of players. What does this mean for you? I see it a lot in combination with a fish but also with a lot of 20/18 tags etc.

i believe those are indicators of where tom has notes. i also use the color codes to denote player types

#### jk3a

898 posts
Joined 01/2008

The villain is a passive player, so not very strange that he checked the set of 7's on the turn. But my point is, when you were analyzing his range on the river, your opinion was that he would check/raise flops with KQh etc a lot of the times. I think when a player looks this tight (20/14, 4% 3-bet) its more likely that he would check/call, check/call with big draws instead of raising. So I think it's good to put that sort of hands in his range. When he bet's this big, I fold here easily because I think it narrows his range a lot, but it was just a thing I wanted to say.

obv he c/r big draws some %, not always or never

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