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kidam666

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On what range do you put vilain at 27:52 with your KQ?

Posted 2 months ago

KomodoDragonJesus

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On what range do you put vilain at 27:52 with your KQ?


Preflop I'd say mostly mid-high pairs plus broadways (most of which are suited). Villain has a very low 3bet frequency so far so I would not be surprised to see some premium hands in his range.

Following the flop and turn bets his range should be reasonably narrow. I'd say something like 2nd pair or better plus good draws, with basically no air and no weak draws.

River donk bets are often a strong range and that combined with the lack of air leads me to believe our hand is often 2nd best. I would expect to see Axhh Qxhh frequenty as well as 77 in his value range. Some other fringe hands might include 87s and QQ depending on if villain is looser or tighter preflop than normal. Since I expect there to be a lack of airballs in his range to being with, a bluffing range would likely have to include some Qx turned into bluffs which is a very uncommon line.

Posted 2 months ago

kidam666

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Preflop I'd say mostly mid-high pairs plus broadways (most of which are suited). Villain has a very low 3bet frequency so far so I would not be surprised to see some premium hands in his range.

Following the flop and turn bets his range should be reasonably narrow. I'd say something like 2nd pair or better plus good draws, with basically no air and no weak draws.

River donk bets are often a strong range and that combined with the lack of air leads me to believe our hand is often 2nd best. I would expect to see Axhh Qxhh frequenty as well as 77 in his value range. Some other fringe hands might include 87s and QQ depending on if villain is looser or tighter preflop than normal. Since I expect there to be a lack of airballs in his range to being with, a bluffing range would likely have to include some Qx turned into bluffs which is a very uncommon line.



Thank you sir. Love your videos.

Posted 2 months ago

Skr5

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Hi everyone! On the last hand when you say "people never fold full houses" , I understand that but when you are against good regulars you do the same ? On one hand it seems logical, but on the other hand it seems an unbalanced strategy on this type of spots ( I assume you have 0 bluffs and only value hands will keep barreling ) I'm asking this cus usually that's what I do, but I always feel that it is really easy to adjust against that, and I dont know how can I adjust pefectly..
Very nice video and keep up with the great work Wink

Posted 2 months ago

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07:10 J8s: Do you usually call with these type of hands vs an UTG open? I mean personally speaking about this type of suited cards, i pretty much only call with my suited connectors. So in this case I would call With JTs but not with J9s. What do you think about that and also, how low do you usually go? Would you call with T7s for example here? Just to be clear, all these questions have to do when everyone else folded and not (as in this hand) if there is also a caller after the UTG open.

09:25 AJs: I would've called there. Not sure why you folded. I mean we can easily
peel once at least.

14:23 K7s: What do you think about betting big, maybe even big overbet on the river? We could have a monster hand and especially when our opponent checks, it is more likely that he doesn't have a monster hand. Also, when we check and based on his very tight image so far, we can expect to lose a lot of the time with that board.

24:38 63s: Why do you 3bet since this opponent doesn't fold as much as we want in order for our 3bet to be immediately profitable? Yes i know we also have equity when he calls and we can play our hand etc. But why put more money on the pot if so and not just flat there?

41:04 QTo: I noticed you didnt raise 4x pre which I believe is the usual in these situations if you are not against a regular who limps from sb as part of his strategy. Could you elaborate on that? Was it a specific reason or is it something that you normally do?

PS: I think your son was secretly listening to learn some poker and when he realized you finished the session he decided to interrupt Smile

Posted 2 months ago

JohnHowardDoe666

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In your next video, if you have a little bit of free time, can you talk about tilt, variance and how you deal with downswing? How is your mental game of poker?

Thanks a lot for all your good vids.

Posted 2 months ago

KomodoDragonJesus

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Hi everyone! On the last hand when you say "people never fold full houses" , I understand that but when you are against good regulars you do the same ? On one hand it seems logical, but on the other hand it seems an unbalanced strategy on this type of spots ( I assume you have 0 bluffs and only value hands will keep barreling ) I'm asking this cus usually that's what I do, but I always feel that it is really easy to adjust against that, and I dont know how can I adjust pefectly..
Very nice video and keep up with the great work Wink


Thank you!

At least for the turn bet I don't think anyone, reg or otherwise, will fold a full house. Some regs might fold on rivers but if they're good enough to recognise that something like 99 is the top of their range (and they assume hero bluffs) then they likely won't.

You should have bluffs here though I agree lots of players won't. Since there are no real draws anymore I'd want to stick with high card combos that can river a better full house or something with blockers against villain's strongest hands like 8x and mid pairs.

Posted 2 months ago

KomodoDragonJesus

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07:10 J8s: Do you usually call with these type of hands vs an UTG open? I mean personally speaking about this type of suited cards, i pretty much only call with my suited connectors. So in this case I would call With JTs but not with J9s. What do you think about that and also, how low do you usually go? Would you call with T7s for example here? Just to be clear, all these questions have to do when everyone else folded and not (as in this hand) if there is also a caller after the UTG open.

09:25 AJs: I would've called there. Not sure why you folded. I mean we can easily
peel once at least.

14:23 K7s: What do you think about betting big, maybe even big overbet on the river? We could have a monster hand and especially when our opponent checks, it is more likely that he doesn't have a monster hand. Also, when we check and based on his very tight image so far, we can expect to lose a lot of the time with that board.

24:38 63s: Why do you 3bet since this opponent doesn't fold as much as we want in order for our 3bet to be immediately profitable? Yes i know we also have equity when he calls and we can play our hand etc. But why put more money on the pot if so and not just flat there?

41:04 QTo: I noticed you didnt raise 4x pre which I believe is the usual in these situations if you are not against a regular who limps from sb as part of his strategy. Could you elaborate on that? Was it a specific reason or is it something that you normally do?

PS: I think your son was secretly listening to learn some poker and when he realized you finished the session he decided to interrupt Smile


J8s can be a call vs 2.5x. I would be defending J7s suited also. I've seen charts advocating defending even as wide as J5s, T5s, etc but I'm not comfortable defending that loose at the moment. Which game you're in should influence your defending range also. In a fast fold game ranges should be tighter and if rake is high that should be a reason to tighten up as well.

AJ hand I agree I should have peeled.

K7 hand, this is definitely a board where you should consider turning pairs into bluffs when checked to on the river. In general I don't do that much with top pair but instead with worse pairs. In this spot I don't think I'll get to the river with too many worse pairs. I'll have very few Qx or worse that get to the river without improving so yeah the Kx can be a bluff.

Looks like there are a couple spots where I could have played better, thanks for pointing them out.

QTo: Villain looks like a reg so I assume some limp/reraises are coming. My standard will be 4x (or more) vs fish, 3x vs reg. If the reg turns out to be passive then I'll usually bump it up to 4 when I have that info.

Posted 2 months ago

KomodoDragonJesus

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In your next video, if you have a little bit of free time, can you talk about tilt, variance and how you deal with downswing? How is your mental game of poker?

Thanks a lot for all your good vids.


I'll see what I can do!

Posted 2 months ago

Andyart

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minute 05:40 left table

Is this a standart flat for you w 55? could you elaborate on that? I often flat here when i know that a bad player is behind me... But if thats not the case I fold, thinking there are still 3 players behind me, so I wont realise my equity as often.

Posted about 1 month ago

Andyart

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minute 8:30 left table AKs

Interesting Hand

Could you elaborate why you played this hand so agressively both on the flop and the turn?
On the flop I am thinking that I am ahead of his air, but won't be able to get him to fold anything better, and there arent many turncards that I can get him to fold an overpair (and most of those cards give us a pair anyway). So I would just Check-Call.

On the turn I thought his range to be mostly overpairs, and maybe some Draws(But I think thats a bit unlikely since we have both the A and K of clubs). So I was actually surprised that he folded the turn... ^^

Posted about 1 month ago

Andyart

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Around minute 27, KQs right Table, Could you elaborate Why are we sqeezing? Smile

Posted about 1 month ago

Andyart

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minute 30:40 right Table K2s
You were contemplaining tripplebarreling, could you elaborate on that? Smile

Posted about 1 month ago

Andyart

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KomodoDragonJesus

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55: This is a standard call for me. The original raise is very small so the price is good. It's likely I'll have position and the only known reg left to act (btn) has a very small preflop 3bet %.

AK: Both a call and a raise will certainly be profitable. I raised for a couple reasons, mainly because I expect villain to be cbetting 100% of the time on this texture so I can try to punish him for that and because at this stack depth I want to build a pot with some nut hands and some draws to the nuts so we're potentially able to get entire stacks in which is much harder to do with a passive line. Looking at this in pio, it prefers this raise mostly with the K and Q high flush draws, so in the future I might favor those instead but the same logic applies.

KQ: I'll be squeezing many suited broadways in this spot, they're strong hands with good equity when called. The fact that the caller was in the sb is a bit of a bonus since it's incredibly difficult for him to continue profitably oop.

K2: When I said that I was referring to my sizing. By betting ~13 on the turn it sets up for a river jam which would be about a pot sized bet. Deciding to jam the river before seeing the river card isn't often the best strategy. You would want bluffs on the river in spots like this and if the air hands I get to the river with are mostly flush draws then it makes sense to bluff them to balance your value hands. In this particular case villain would probably be very weighted towards top pair after calling 2 large-ish bets. I wouldn't expect a half stacked player calling out of the small blind to fold many top pairs, if any, so bluffing river might not be the best option.

Posted about 1 month ago

Andyart

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Thank you for the response, helped a lot Smile

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