Tubasteve and n0whereman continue our education of micro stakes no limit with this third installment. Topics move on to how to deal with different flops and bet sizing on the flop itself.
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Solid video. Nice to see some hand examples. Two tabling for the fourth video is fine, but I like what DJ Sensei did in one of his FR vids where the video was one table, but when he clicked another table he was playing the focus changed to it. This would be nice as you could play two tables while still making the video ipod friendly.
Very interesting. Particularly the concept of calling ranges clarifies a lot. I vote two tables next episode. Also I'd really like to see a video similar to this on donking because I am very confused on this topic. Even if you don't make that video, any links to what sort of general themes I should be thinking about when it comes to donking would be appreciated. Tx for making this series.
Would you state the suit of the cards (board and yours).
I don't know your colors and the cards are so small I can't make out the suit.
Also those Uncovered Topics - Flop Play 2 may be a lot more important to us than you think.
I constantly find myself in those positions where opponent are doing those type of things because they get mixed up.
I mean like the monotone board and opponent donked into you.
I raised and he folded, so he was trying to steal.
That happens alot down in the NL$25 and $50 level.
I vote for 1 or 2 boards at the max.
I love this series, I'm taking notes and everythang.
Probably the best video I've seen on DC to date. Amazing content. The way you guys broke down cbetting in an extremely detailed manner is something I got a ton of value from and is the kind of content that, I feel, improves my play the most from a video. It's just very focused and I'm able to continue to think about the concept that was talked about well after watching. A+, I really appreciate the time and thought that was put into this.
Also, as asked at the end of the video about flop concepts, I wouldn't mind hearing an extension on when to 2nd barrel the turn. What flops offer good 2nd barrel potential if the right turn card hits, what cards you're looking for to 2nd barrel particular flops, and what players are best and worst to do that against. Also, and I don't know if this really applies to what you were asking or not, but I'd be interested in hearing you touch on:
a) situations (flops/player) to pot control the flop with a made hand like TPTK and when to pot control the turn instead.
b) pot controlling the turn vs value betting the flop and turn