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Never Tell Me the Odds: Episode Ten

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Never Tell Me the Odds: Episode Ten by KRANTZ

KRANTZ and fenderjaguar continue to crush the midstakes. This week fenderjaguar is playing 4 tables at $2/4 and $3/6.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Mid Stakes
  • 55 minutes long
  • Posted over 4 years ago

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PokerPiet

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totally regonize the spot with JJ at 16:00 where you want to bet the river against the weak range but no idea what to do against a CR and and end up checking behind and regret Poke Tongue

Posted over 4 years ago

Malefiicus

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SpewKid

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Time Link to 00:37:30

So Krantz, would you recommend just betting your entire range on table 3 after the preflop raiser checks? It seems to me that there aren't enough combos of Kx hands in our range to make up for all the air we have. Should we still just barrel until the pfr adjusts?
Also, how does being deep effect your decision?

Thanks

Posted over 4 years ago

allwind

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It might have been explained other places. What is the color system? How many colors do you use and for what purposes?

Posted over 4 years ago

SpewKid

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Time Link to 00:47:19

It's a pretty standard spot on table 1, so I just want to make sure I understand everything 100%.
Why do you think he would be afraid to get 3bet off a flush draw?
Doesn't that apply to all low flush draws no matter what the flop is?
What would change if the flop was Ks6h2s instead of As6h2s?

Posted over 4 years ago

Apollo86

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Love this series, entertaining as well Smile

Good points about a big difference between pre and postflop spazzes, and the A7s hand was interesting. Tough to fold AK there against a guy that isnt rock solid though.

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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It might have been explained other places. What is the color system? How many colors do you use and for what purposes?



There's an explanation in the comment section of a previous episode. I don't remember which though.

I changed it up a bit recently because HEM butt-humped my XML file when it was "injecting" stats for RUSH. The backup they made of my notes/color codes was the same as what they injected. Soooooo basically it killed all of my notes and color codes, and EVERYONE was pink and I couldn't change it back lol. So right now I have....

Orange - non-fish
Green - fish
Red - a dude that's annoying w/position on me or adjusts vs. me/psychologically involved/metagame!
Light Blue - weak reg/almost a fish

Posted over 4 years ago

jjd323

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Time Link to 00:35:28

Squeezing is one option, but you can call and lead a ton of turns for the same price but with more FE.

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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Squeezing is one option, but you can call and lead a ton of turns for the same price but with more FE.



That sounds pretty bogus to be honest. I'd rather have more equity if I was going to overflat, and leading out on turns just looks awkward and tends to make people suspicious. I think squeezing the flop is way way better and looks a lot stronger.

Posted over 4 years ago

jjd323

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That sounds pretty bogus to be honest. I'd rather have more equity if I was going to overflat, and leading out on turns just looks awkward and tends to make people suspicious. I think squeezing the flop is way way better and looks a lot stronger.



I guess if you believe that then you are flatting your value range and donking turn and river then? Do you think that if you flat-call the flop here the other two will shut-down with any one pair hand most of the time?

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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I guess if you believe that then you are flatting your value range and donking turn and river then? Do you think that if you flat-call the flop here the other two will shut-down with any one pair hand most of the time?



I'm saying I wouldn't really take that line with my value range at all. I would be raising there postflop, or leading out initially, most of the time with the entirety of my range.

No I don't think if I flat the flop the other 2 will shut down with 1 pair hands most of the time. What do you think your hand looks like when you check and overcall on that board? Do 1 pair hands have a reason to shut down vs. that range?

Posted over 4 years ago

Ghostbiker

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Did you guys saw the hand on the upper left at about 35min where SquezzePlease checked two times ip with topset and just called a riverbet Grin the other guy had a set too and he got 40$ from him^^
made me lol

Posted over 4 years ago

FenderJaguar

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Did you guys saw the hand on the upper left at about 35min where SquezzePlease checked two times ip with topset and just called a riverbet Grin the other guy had a set too and he got 40$ from him^^
made me lol



LOL def didn't catch that. That's absurd. Watching now.

Posted over 4 years ago

duende25

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is anyone else having sound trouble? there is a buzzing/crackling over almost all of Fender's talking and about half of Krantz's. It's not unlistenable, but most DC videos I've seen have very good production values. Downloading the WMV now to see if it's any different. surprised no one else has mentioned it though so maybe it's my comp? :S

Posted over 4 years ago

Sunkii

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is anyone else having sound trouble? there is a buzzing/crackling over almost all of Fender's talking and about half of Krantz's. It's not unlistenable, but most DC videos I've seen have very good production values. Downloading the WMV now to see if it's any different. surprised no one else has mentioned it though so maybe it's my comp? :S



The sound is absolutely terrible. Haven't used DC for quite a while and most of the few videos I've watched since renewing I almost can't stand watching due to the crappy sound quality.

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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It's a pretty standard spot on table 1, so I just want to make sure I understand everything 100%.
Why do you think he would be afraid to get 3bet off a flush draw?
Doesn't that apply to all low flush draws no matter what the flop is?
What would change if the flop was Ks6h2s instead of As6h2s?



more Ax in our range here than Kx

Posted over 4 years ago

KRANTZ

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The sound is absolutely terrible. Haven't used DC for quite a while and most of the few videos I've watched since renewing I almost can't stand watching due to the crappy sound quality.



i dont know what happened here, i am sorry!

Posted over 4 years ago



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