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In the Fast Lane: Episode Eight

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In the Fast Lane: Episode Eight by slowlane123

Slowlane123 talks of note taking and how to better take notes while playing Rush poker.

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DC's FR Rush poker specialist, slowlane123, takes his unique style to the tables and demonstrates how he manages to crush these games.

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  • Game: nlhe
  • Stakes: Mid Stakes
  • 61 minutes long
  • Posted over 3 years ago

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sacredsteal

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Time Link to 00:21:31

Which hand are you referring to here? "It's interesting to see the aggressive regular c-betting into two players with no equity."

Posted over 3 years ago

apv2009

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Hi I have just a general question.

I saw that you overcall (against 2 players) alot with suited connector, and suited gappers from the SB
Could you check the profit you are making with this calls? thanks allot

Maybe in 6 max (regular tables) this is not so usual?

Posted over 3 years ago

slowlane123

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Hi I have just a general question.

I saw that you overcall (against 2 players) alot with suited connector, and suited gappers from the SB
Could you check the profit you are making with this calls? thanks allot

Maybe in 6 max (regular tables) this is not so usual?



I'm not exactly sure what else you expect to do here. Do you want to squeeze or fold? I won't always overcall but I will if I have one of the players marked as a weak player.

With my aggressive image I expect to get action when I flop something and x/r or donk out. In addition, I expect there to be some good spots to x/r SQ and rep a big hand when I have some equity or backdoor. There are so many ways for us to make money here I can't imagine folding.

From JTs down to 45s I'm 100bb/100 at 400 rush and 160bb/100 at 200 rush. Not sure how this compares to anything.

Filters: JTs-45s, Facing Raise + Caller(s).

Posted over 3 years ago

slowlane123

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Which hand are you referring to here? "It's interesting to see the aggressive regular c-betting into two players with no equity."



The hand that begins at ~20 mins. I have JTs and speedas cbets into 2 players with absolutely no equity (other than 2 overs).

This was a bit of a delayed thought, sorry.

Posted over 3 years ago

apv2009

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I'm not exactly sure what else you expect to do here. Do you want to squeeze or fold? I won't always overcall but I will if I have one of the players marked as a weak player.

With my aggressive image I expect to get action when I flop something and x/r or donk out. In addition, I expect there to be some good spots to x/r SQ and rep a big hand when I have some equity or backdoor. There are so many ways for us to make money here I can't imagine folding.

From JTs down to 45s I'm 100bb/100 at 400 rush and 160bb/100 at 200 rush. Not sure how this compares to anything.

Filters: JTs-45s, Facing Raise + Caller(s).



Ok ty very much, i agree 100% with you

Posted over 3 years ago

spotDEspot

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Time Link to 00:32:29

T4 65s. As his range is pretty face up as something that can't take too much heat (2nd pair, weak Ax at best) would it make more sense to bet the turn bigger as we increase our turn FE and when he calls we are almost always firing the river too so we increase our value gained on the turn and FE on the river?

Posted over 3 years ago

slowlane123

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T4 65s. As his range is pretty face up as something that can't take too much heat (2nd pair, weak Ax at best) would it make more sense to bet the turn bigger as we increase our turn FE and when he calls we are almost always firing the river too so we increase our value gained on the turn and FE on the river?



I don't really want to maximise my FE here as I think he is going to call a smaller bet on the turn and fold the river.

Posted over 3 years ago



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