Moving up to 15/30, Oink describes dealing with tougher higher stakes opposition, the unique blind structure, and how to adjust your preflop ranges to account for higher blinds and lower rake.
DeucesCracked coach Oink gets his own series to soul-crush, luckbox, and otherwise LAG-ify mid stakes limit holdâ€™em. Oink will show you the differences between the â€œstandard TAGâ€ and the Danish â€œLAGTAGâ€ assassin.
Premium Subscribers can download high-quality, DRM-free videos in multiple formats.
I am a little disappointed. Oink, you are my poker hero, however....
some time ago, I thought you was playing at like 30/20,
So I have been working my butt off trying to get there.
I am close at about 28/19.....
only to find out....YOU ARE NOW PLAYING 43/30!!
ps...where does one purchase a decent used luckbox?
Nice advertising for party . A few things
About the call down with A8 (43min). Do you think it is an easy call down and did you do some maths about spots like that ?
About the raise pf with A6 (48 min): I know it is huge every time there is dead money in the pot but it is not hapenning very often given your image. Lyngbyvej should have at least an ok hand or maybe a big pair, you don't have any fe with your hand and he can do some strange moves. Do you think it is an easy raise ?
About the last big hand with A6. The 3 diamonds makes the less profitable a raise imo. It is quite clear at least one player has 1 diamond. Evilpriest and Natalyj never fold the 2 . So if you are ahead a gs without diamond has just 3 outs against you with 17 to 1 it is not big deal to give the odds to the GS. JT doesn't fold, so the value of raising (I don't think we have an equity edge wiht all the cards to dodge and the likehood of a flush) is to get a fold of a hand like QT with only 4 outs against us, and it is about 0.5BB for 1 fold (sometimes we can get 2 or 3 fold tough) when we are ahead. So if we are ahead 50% of the time and get one fold of QT it is just 0.25BB and lose 2BB if someone 3 bet (maybe we can find a fold at this point tough against a 3 bet of Lyngbyvej, but given the size of the pot it is hard).
Nice to hear that someone recommend playing a 43/30ish style in a game with a lot of loose passives. I'm playing $2/$4 and $3/$6 at ipoker with about the same style, and i've been questioned my stats and thought it was too loose. But as you say, you're giving up on too many good spots against the droolers if you play tighter.
Oink videos rock. The Danish accent soothes as the luckbox pwns. The duality pleases me. I second the "I like Oink" sentiment. I like how honest you can be at times with your play. It just proves how great poker is in that even the best can still get better.
About A8: Depends a lot on reads. Not everyone will raise draws in that spot but I think this villain was a candidate for it. If flush draws and QJ is in his range i think its quite an easy call down. But I havent done any math. I dont do that very often (basically never).
About A6: I am open for suggestions. Thanks for your comments. I am not very strong in these big multiway pots.
tyvm. We prolly agree a lot on PF play
I dont know. I just make the vids. I think Entity can help you. Try PM'ing him either here or on 2p2.
haha! Thanks man. I am glad you like it.
Just watched it again. I am pretty sure I thought I had a straight. (At least I hope so )
Regarding iPod versions: Oink always seems to do two tables so his videos are pretty wide, if they were shrunken down to fit on the standard iPod screen the stats, cards, etc. would be very tiny. We decided to only put out iPod versions for one tabling videos or equivalent (like powerpoint slide videos etc.), but you are more than welcome to convert any yourself - there have been a few posts with people discussing how to do this using free software out there. Maybe someone has the links or do a search of our forums.
Just watched this video. Only have seen a parts of some of the other Oink videos, but this was awesome. Going to have to watch all past videos now. I love how you embrace the luckbox. I always had one on party too...makes me wish I could go back.