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around 7m when you betfold TPTK AK on the J river - I don't think you have to worry about getting exploited here (you say in the vid "you guys may say I might be getting exploited here... no no one ever ever bluffs here"). Fact is you are right at the bottom of your range - you have no bluffs to fold (the turn brings them all in), and AK is the bottom of your valuebetting range (not really any weaker aces in your range). So as long as you are calling 2-pairs here i think betfolding AK is correct and balanced.
Can you talk about the double barrel on the left? This is a spot where Im always torn between betting and c/f'ing. If we are c/f'ing with anything, this seems like a good hand to do it with, no?
it's a cf vs this guy in hindsight. A lot of people will peel these flops loosely, so I like a 2 barrel. Its pretty close though.
Early in the video, you flat your BB w/ JTo against Ageron's(sp?) open, and then you smooth call a K T 8 flop.
Against an unknown, I feel like I'm mostly 3betting JTo until I get a better idea of what his opening ranges are, and how he plays post-flop. As for post flop, what was your plan? Given the drawy board, it seems like an ideal flop to raise and get looked up lightly. We're you planning on raising most turns?
What are your defaults for 3Betting your BB vs. an unknown's SB open? How about versus a TAGish reg(Let's assume he's opening between 50-60%)?
I think the problem with going for the CR on the river here is that the villian didn't cap pre which means you can discount some of the bigger pairs he may V bet with on the river. Also the Q is a bad card since it shouldn't hit his range and he will be more likely to check back smaller pairs. He may have raised an Ace on the flop as well. Those times he backdoored into a flush is gonna cost you as well.
I think giving the villian a chance to make a light call down is a better play.
I am an unknown on the forums, but I do watch a lot of videos, and have been enjoying this series.
However, it is just plain ignorant to be answering text messages while recording commentary. You are obviously distracted and the customer misses out on some insight, comments and analysis that you could provide if you had been paying full attention. Please turn your phone off.
And yes, I am an old guy.