DeathDonkey analyzes FoxwoodsFiendâ€™s next 15/30 session and provides advice for dealing with LAGs, shores up some preflop issues, and talks about the skills that differentiate a mid stakes player from crushing the game and moving to high stakes.
In this 8 episode series DeathDonkey takes successful NL hold'em player FoxwoodsFiend under his wing and teaches him the fine art of betting the minimum! FoxwoodsFiend receives instruction on the finer points of 6 max limit hold'em through video reviews of his play, self analysis, and sweat sessions with DeathDonkey coaching him in real time. Take the journey with FoxwoodsFiend as he travels from the 10/20 6 max level to higher and higher stakes.
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Quick question about 32 minutes in: FWF raises AJo UTG and gets 3bet by a loose player in the HJ, and then check raises and bets out all the way on KAK89 3 flush board, and then gets raised on the river. DD says folding a lot here is dangerous, is this because of the pocket pairs and over cards like QJ/QT/JT with one or no clubs that wiffed that FWF is beating? I'm thinking that FWF is crushed here a lot given how passive postflop this guy is or am I too much of a nit?
Around 19 min in, on the left table, FF flops a set of tens and hits his boat on the turn. The button folds to a bet. As I was watching, I thought he should check the turn, either hoping for a c/r or hoping his opponent catches 2nd best hand and bets the river, or even inducing a bluff.
Given that board, it's more likely the button will fold the turn than call down.
Am I being too tricky?