Call. It was unlucky.
Dec. 29, 2017 | 1:54 a.m.
Hi Steve Paul. I love your videos. I have a easy question for you, but something I have hard to think about. I play on stars and have 12bb/100h on 25NL on 200 000 hands. I dont want to change my play to much but I think I found something I can change. But first I wont to ask you before changeing.
I did check my database for the first time and i found out that the playerpool fold to CB on flopp 34%, turn 32% and river 54%. I Think I should bet 100% of all rivers about 80% of pot and it will make me more money beacuse they overfold river? But I really dont know if this is right and how I can think. How often should they call river if I bet 60-80% of pot on river and how is the match about it. Is they overfolding? Im so bad at this things.
Jan. 15, 2017 | 5:01 a.m.
Its really important that you write your own stats for the sesson. If you are a 10+% squeeser he can flat AA-QQ to trap u.
If you dont have a high squeesstats I quees he plays AK like that sometimes.
I dont see people do that with 99-77 and AQ-AJ. I quess he has AK if you are tight squeeser in bb and he has AA-QQ if you are a loosersqueeser.
Call if you think he has AK and fold preflopp if you think he trapped you.
Dec. 28, 2016 | 6:08 a.m.
Thanks for the video, it's great.
I wonder if you will make any 9 player Sit&Go and talk about bubble play. It's very interesting when there are 4 players left and 3 paid.
Especially when you are the next biggest stack and must beware of the leader.
Nov. 18, 2016 | 7:22 a.m.
I think your hand is straightforward if you call. But thats probably the best play anyway.
Never go all in with 25bb in that spot, AJ is just only a 2 picturecard hand. Its a 9handed table and you can wait for better spots against bad players.
If you raise and he 4bet you put yourself in a guessing game, you dont want that in poker in spots like that.
Nov. 12, 2016 | 10:47 p.m.
What do you guys think about limping J4 in this spot?
PokerStars Hand #161220682911: Tournament #1723444201, $1.39+$0.11 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IX (90/180) - 2016/11/11 5:11:57 CET [2016/11/10 23:11:57 ET]
Table '1723444201 1' 9-max Seat #9 is the button
Seat 1: 13lufOf13Age (2343 in chips)
Seat 4: chachi18986 (185 in chips)
Seat 8: Grünalge (208 in chips)
Seat 9: Hero (1764 in chips)
13lufOf13Age: posts the ante 18
chachi18986: posts the ante 18
Grünalge: posts the ante 18
Hero: posts the ante 18
13lufOf13Age: posts small blind 90
chachi18986: posts big blind 167 and is all-in
* HOLE CARDS *
Dealt to Hero [4d Js]
Hero: calls 180