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MTT Principles: Episode Four

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MTT Principles: Episode Four by daaaaaaang16

Daaaaaaang16 continues to talk about the middle game using aggression, position, and adaptation as tools to succeed.

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  • Game: mtt
  • Stakes: Micro/Small Stakes
  • 53 minutes long
  • Posted over 3 years ago

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imakeutilt

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I wait for Thursdays now. Just for this series

Posted over 3 years ago

Falsetto23

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Time Link to 00:36:52

Just to clarify if he shoves over your 3bet pre-flop? You're calling right?

Posted over 3 years ago

Vagabond

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Great episode, great series. I read Harrington on Hold 'em a while ago but this series really put all these mtt concepts together. The combination of Powerpoint and hand examples do a lot for me. Looking forward to the next one!

Posted over 3 years ago

daaaaaaang16

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Just to clarify if he shoves over your 3bet pre-flop? You're calling right?



Absolutely, was my goal.

Posted over 3 years ago

NutThatGood

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that's funny Passthesugar_96 is actually a red pro now(Pass Lefrancois) he is a friend of mine!! I wouldn't recommand to 3bet him much Wink

Posted over 3 years ago

daaaaaaang16

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that's funny Passthesugar_96 is actually a red pro now(Pass Lefrancois) he is a friend of mine!! I wouldn't recommand to 3bet him much Wink



At least I was right about him being aggro!

Posted over 3 years ago

salex77

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Will you be talking about floating on the flop? when it calls for that? also when do raise your opponent and combat his c-bet? Stop and go?

Posted over 3 years ago

daaaaaaang16

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Will you be talking about floating on the flop? when it calls for that? also when do raise your opponent and combat his c-bet? Stop and go?



These are some good concepts, floating will definitely be touched on further. I will look for a way to include the others as well. Thanks for the suggestion.

Posted over 3 years ago

imakeutilt

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These are some good concepts, floating will definitely be touched on further. I will look for a way to include the others as well. Thanks for the suggestion.




Is "M" or "Q" important concepts? I will be sending you a PM shortly.

Thanks

Posted over 3 years ago

paul_r

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Thanks, great series so far. I'd really like to see discussion of 3 betting as its an area where I definitely need to improve. What spots and hand ranges are you looking for when you 3 bet?

Posted over 3 years ago

daaaaaaang16

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Is "M" or "Q" important concepts? I will be sending you a PM shortly.

Thanks




I tend to just use bbs as my gauge as its how I learned.

Posted over 3 years ago

Falsetto23

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I am really enjoying the series so far and would love, if possible to see you do a live video maybe at the end of the series with a few tables open at different stages of play and talk through them in practise for an hour or so just to summarise everything you talk about in the series. Personally, I'd find that really beneficial. Smile

Posted over 3 years ago

demaine

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Time Link to 00:26:31

Whats your advice vs multiple limpers/callers. Occasionally I have found myself on tables with 4 to 5 people limp-calling (mostly live, earlier stages) What sort of bet sizing are you looking at when you do attempt to raise? Are you tightening up your range when doing so, so early on?

Posted over 3 years ago

daaaaaaang16

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Whats your advice vs multiple limpers/callers. Occasionally I have found myself on tables with 4 to 5 people limp-calling (mostly live, earlier stages) What sort of bet sizing are you looking at when you do attempt to raise? Are you tightening up your range when doing so, so early on?



It definitely depends on their play postflop. If they limp call with ATC pre flop and then play very passive post, then I'm going to make my sizing a bit bigger (maybe 5-7x with 4 limpers) here hope they call and check fold to c bets. If they're very active postflop I would make my sizing smaller and reevaluate post flop with position.

Posted over 3 years ago

ifrsoup

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Time Link to 00:32:45

What's the bottom of your shove range in a spot like this for turbos?

Thanks Daaaaaaaaaang, love the series.

Posted over 3 years ago

Chimeni

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would love, if possible to see you do a live video maybe at the end of the series with a few tables open at different stages of play and talk through them in practise for an hour or so just to summarise everything you talk about in the series. Personally, I'd find that really beneficial. Smile



+1
I come from cash game and to see you play (live or review) would be great

Posted over 3 years ago

daaaaaaang16

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What's the bottom of your shove range in a spot like this for turbos?

Thanks Daaaaaaaaaang, love the series.



Going to depend a lot, in 6 max with super nits behind me I might go as low as 40% of hands, which is defined by PokerStove as
22+,A2s+,K2s+,Q4s+,J7s+,T7s+,97s+,87s,A3o+,K7o+,Q8o+,J8o+,T9o

Posted over 3 years ago

Nobrah

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Time Link to 00:37:20

So would you prefer to 4b bigger pf vs this guy or just flat his 3b oop and play post-flop ? I think I'd rather flat than 4betting here since were early in the tournament and the stacks are really deep + if he's light, he's prolly gonna bluff at least on one street when you hit an A or a K since it's suppose to hit his 3bting range. What do you think ?

Posted almost 3 years ago



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