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Gman Talkin Theory: Episode Two

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Gman Talkin Theory: Episode Two by Gman

Gman delves into mixing up the bet sizes with unorthodox sizes.

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Gman is back with a series of concept videos where he extensively covers a few specific areas where he feels a lot of players make mistakes. Although all of the hand examples will revolve around heads up play, the vast majority of these concepts can be applied, not only to other forms of nlhe, but other games as well.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 60 minutes long
  • Posted almost 3 years ago

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Ass Get to Jigglin

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terp

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Time Link to 00:37:58

it's actually a theoretical mistake to bet bigger with better ranges

yes, we'd like to get called when we have 'it' but if our range is a static strength and our bet size increases, we just let our opponents make an easy fold

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terp

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Time Link to 00:40:22

really like this example as a good spot for a value overbet

the psychology here is awesome, which you say. his hand is <A8 basically always and even though we have a million value combos, he can put us on a lot of bluffs and also focus on his hand's being face up as a reason to call

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Gman

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it's actually a theoretical mistake to bet bigger with better ranges

yes, we'd like to get called when we have 'it' but if our range is a static strength and our bet size increases, we just let our opponents make an easy fold



Agreed if we are looking at it from a purely theoretical perspective, which I think is rarely the best way of approaching our betsizing decisions in practice. I discussed this at length in the comments section of the previous video if you wanna check it out.

Posted almost 3 years ago

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really like this example as a good spot for a value overbet

the psychology here is awesome, which you say. his hand is <A8 basically always and even though we have a million value combos, he can put us on a lot of bluffs and also focus on his hand's being face up as a reason to call



Thanks man, def one of my favorite spots as well

Posted almost 3 years ago

Gman

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terp

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Agreed if we are looking at it from a purely theoretical perspective, which I think is rarely the best way of approaching our betsizing decisions in practice. I discussed this at length in the comments section of the previous video if you wanna check it out.



ah, hadn't seen it yet, cool.

thanks for clarifying

Posted almost 3 years ago

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Good Video Gman........keep em coming.

Posted almost 3 years ago

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These videos and your thought processes are all over the place and you keep losing your train of thought, getting back and forth. It can be very confusing and instead of talking about concrete things, you drift off a lot. ;/

Posted almost 3 years ago

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Time Link to 00:35:41

About the size in a more general balanced gameplan in this dynamic: considering that on this flop i guess we are usually not fatsplaying our bigger hands and we are calling them besides weak qx , medium sv hands and some floats, don't u think betting slightly bigger on the turn (something like 170) when villain checks works better for the strongest part of our range(expecially considering the spr on the river that would give us a psb) and still does good for protection and still sets a decent price for bluffing?

Posted over 2 years ago



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