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Boosdoener: Episode One

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Boosdoener: Episode One by FoxwoodsFiend, Hielko

Hielko and FoxwoodsFiend kickoff their new series with Hielko having played 4-tables of mid-stakes 6max, and they review the video together.

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FoxwoodFiend takes Hielko under his wing as they explore what it takes to crush souls at 400NL and 600NL and make the move to 1000NL.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Mid Stakes
  • 40 minutes long
  • Posted over 3 years ago

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halvadron

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This is exactely what DC needed, mode MSNL conent from guys like FOF, jk3a, WOT, krantz etc...

was lacking some good quality content lately, aside from Newmani/jk3a series imo

Posted over 3 years ago

D3rJack

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Great first episode! Can´t wait for next monday!!!

Posted over 3 years ago

whyme still

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Pretty sure I called and villain shows nut flush.




That was probably a fold given how nit he was. What are we beating that a nit is betting the pot with on the river?

Posted over 3 years ago

nodejo

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Holy moly that accent.
It is like you never spoke English before and just learned English by the book. Pronouncing every word like it is a Dutch word.
(Im Dutch)

Posted over 3 years ago

Manchild

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Pretty sure I called and villain shows nut flush.





gah

as soon as he made that bet size i barfed a little bit.
would snap with AsKx instead of AxKs.... can't say I'd have actually folded this though, but the bet size makes it ugly



solid video guys. looking forward to the next ones!

Posted over 3 years ago

FenderJaguar

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I thought the name of this series was Booze Donor. Like you guys were going to drunken kung fu the hell out of midstakes or something. FWF providing the cold beverages. Weird....

Posted over 3 years ago

Prologion

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After I am ready now with watching the first part, just wanted to say thank you and respect for you both - I am sure this series will be great and just epicSmile

Posted over 3 years ago

Ajeto

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Why fold 22 UTG (table 4)? And again on 15:50 (table 3).



You can hear the explanation later in the video

Posted over 3 years ago

surfdoc

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Time Link to 00:34:34

I don't see how people can watch this video and not comment on this. It is absolute gold.

"miraculous thinking fish"

"what I am gonna do is play fairly tight, and then when someone raises UTG, I am going to utilize the fact they're using a HUD and then I am just gonna pop em, and take down those 3 big blinds."

AHAHAHAHA. epic

Posted over 3 years ago

surfdoc

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Time Link to 00:35:16

I am interested in hearing some more discussion on the flop play with the KK hand. We get donked into on the flop and raise. I am curious as to what our plan is if we get 3 bet? Also, why are we talking about this guy as a fish when all we have is 30/20 over a small sample? My thinking is that the raise is bad for a few reasons. First, if he is not a fish then he will be leading to 3 bet/get it in with a range that includes sets, and high equity draws like NFD or Tx of spades. We obviously don't do well against that range where we are crushed or flipping. Next, if he is bluffing or leading for value with a hand Tx hand we really don't need to discourage that and we can use our position to decide how much money goes in and on which street. Thoughts?

Posted over 3 years ago

surfdoc

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you could also argue the other way around.
if we do have all those small PPs in our range, we can be bluffed and floated way more easy.

the problem with opening 22 is this (at least in my opinion):
we flop an underpair 11 out of 12 times.
with that underpair we have very little equity when called and therefore need a lot of foldequity.
we might have that on the flop sometimes, but we basically have to cbet and then give up if called (or raised ofc), cause we can't barrel with only 2 outs all too often.
for our opponents this is so super easy to adjust by just floating more and just calling one and fold to the turn barrel with a medium strength hand.

and if we flop our set 1/12 times we are still utg raiser and therefore less likely to get much money in vs weaker hands.
and with 22 we can only be set over setted and not ever stack a smaller set, we basically can't cooler anyone (cause many players just play their 2 pairs very cautiously vs utg).

therefore I'd much rather have a hand like KQs to raise utg, where we can flush over flush someone or make a higher straight and were we have sooooo unbelievable more room to show aggression on further streets, which makes us way tougher to play.

don't know if thats true or the whole story, but it makes sense to me Grin



you make some good points here. you are off though with respect to the likelihood of flopping a set. Not 12:1.

http://www.suntzupoker.com/poker-odds.aspx

Posted over 3 years ago

chipchucker5

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I don't see how people can watch this video and not comment on this. It is absolute gold.

"miraculous thinking fish"

"what I am gonna do is play fairly tight, and then when someone raises UTG, I am going to utilize the fact they're using a HUD and then I am just gonna pop em, and take down those 3 big blinds."

AHAHAHAHA. epic



lol yeah that was hilarious

Posted over 3 years ago

Poemmel

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you make some good points here. you are off though with respect to the likelihood of flopping a set. Not 12:1.

http://www.suntzupoker.com/poker-odds.aspx



wow it's possible to flop sets that often? Grin

thanks, good to know that!
was really way off there.
don't know where I have that 12:1 from ^^

Posted over 3 years ago

surfdoc

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wow it's possible to flop sets that often? Grin

thanks, good to know that!
was really way off there.
don't know where I have that 12:1 from ^^



Most likely from the fact that it is 12% of the time. 7.5:1

Posted over 3 years ago

Poemmel

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Most likely from the fact that it is 12% of the time. 7.5:1



that might easily be the case Wink

Posted over 3 years ago




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