In his first freestyle, DJ Sensei pwns some 3/6 NL tables and talks about his style of mid stakes NL play.
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You said you'd elaborate on folding 33 utg (around 7-8 minutes in iirc) but I don't recall hearing more about it. And the 77 hand I'd probably just lead again, or at least check/shove - c/minr just seems like you want action and it's never a bluff because you shouldn't have FE (at least not as much as if you'd shove). AA flatcall-4bet sizing probably could have been bigger, but I love the play.
Yea, I think yall are right about the 77 hand. I think I prefer to either lead the turn again or c/c and openshove river. If he folds to a checkminraise, i can't imagine he'll pay off a check-shove (he's probably not one of those leveling-type hsnl guys who'll play for stacks with ace high if they get the right feeling).
As for the AA backraise, yea I think my sizing was too small but I'm still surprised I didn't get any action. Maybe I'll try that as a bluff next time
Folding 33 UTG is a matter of lacking the implied odds and generally facing a number of opponents who are looking to outplay me in position. Little pairs oop without sets are among the hardest things to play profitably postflop, so unless the table is playing very tight (in which case I'll usually find a softer table) I think its probably a muck. But its thin one way or another.
I just love Playboy8's squeeze plays. Bets 150x your raise, twice, and get pwn'd by your monster cards. I'm guessing that his plays are not something you suggest doing?
They work better when I don't have the nuts .
I think his play with 88 is on the wrong side of marginal in these aggressive games, but the one with AQ is just awful given how deep we are and that he can so easily be dominated in a game where nobody ever folds QQ or AK preflop anymore.