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Comment | B.L commented on Towards Goals and Beyond

What if I want to go a step further? Do you have any recommendations in regards to i.e litterature?

April 24, 2014 | 9:35 p.m.

Comment | B.L commented on Towards Goals and Beyond

Could you please post something about how to get into meditation? It's something I've thought about for a while, but I've never quite got to the point of taking action, as I'm not sure about how to approach it. It would be much appreciated :)

April 14, 2014 | 4:55 p.m.

Can you elaborate this?

March 20, 2014 | 8:43 p.m.

In the 24dd, 3b pot-hand at 27:xx, are you in any way balanced in your raise cb-range? If so, with what hands? I agree with your arguments about raising, and even though it's probably irrelevant being balanced against 95% of the NL100 playerpool, I can't really see how I would construct a balanced range.

Feb. 12, 2014 | 8:54 a.m.

Comment | B.L commented on Thinking Outside The Box

15:00: Folding the SB is not a -50bb/100 play. You’re only in the SB ~17 times pr. 100.

22:00 w. 33: I don’t think you can set-mine profitably here given your position and the fact that you are verytransparent in your range when flatting here. When you lead you’re even more transparent, sinceI don’t think your preflop flatting range is "wide" enough to be able to balance your leading range.

26:00 w. A7s: I’m thinking about putting this particular hand in my c/C range. I think the board absolutely smashes his range and I feel we will see a raise a lot of the time. It’s also a board you will c/f adecent amount of the time, thus I think it’s a nice hand balancing your range with. And please tellme you’re kidding about "having to fold if he reraises" because of one combo of a straigthflush?

37:00 w. 77: I think flatting here in the SB is bad. It might be profitable if you knew more about BB, but youhave no idea about his playing style. He doesn’t have to 3bet much before your flat is bleedingmoney.

Oct. 19, 2013 | 6:44 p.m.

08;30: ATo MP: You fold river but argue that it probably is a call. Besides your own analysis/thoughts, I think youhave to call according to your own range too. I feel you are somewhere in the top of your check-turnrange, but I have yet to run the numbers and you might have more Kx’s in your check-back rangethan I assume.

18;00: 79o 3b BTN: You argue that 97o i almost the same as 97s in this spot. I couldn’t be more disagreeing and I thinkthis is a huge neglection (is that even a word?) of a theoretical based strategy. I think it means theworld for your cbetting range and his call-cb-range and I think you will 3bet way too much if you3bet 97o here - a top 56% hand. As the board ran out you would be in so much better shape with97dd/cc, but that is obviously a result-based mindset rather than a good decisions-mindset.That beeing said, it might be a profitable play in vacuum - you are just opening yourself up forexploitation since I don’t expect you to defend enough to justify a 3b like this.

Oct. 9, 2013 | 4:34 p.m.

Your thoughts are obviously very welcome!

I missed that fact that we are semi-deep with the AJo hand. I agree with the play.

Regarding the 3b size. I'd probably make it around 7,5 here - 2,5x IP which is  my default. But I might 3b a little wider than some people IP. I don't think people defend enough - and when they defend, they are in a lot of shit OOP :-)

Oct. 9, 2013 | 2:49 p.m.

At 25:09, you are saying that you would probably fold AQo to a 3bet if you were in EP. Can you do this confer your range and defend enough? Are you defending something like JQs (your broadway SCs ) before AQo?

Oct. 7, 2013 | 2:28 p.m.

Great video!

At 29:xx and 35:00 you validate Chael flatting with respectively AJo and JTs BB vs. MP open and a button call. What are your thoughts (pros/cons?) about this compared to 3betting? The latter of the two is my current standard play in such a spot on the basis of not playing a three way hand OOP. I generally think that the playerpool defends way too little up till ~NL100, which might have influenced me to 3bet "bluff" a little too wide?

At 38:xx you recommend Chael to raise his set on the river (22), why? The only "possible" twopair-combinations villain can hold is 92, 42 or 23, based on the assumption that he would bet turn with almost all Ax and any twopairs, and we're not even sure that he would call these hands. Yes, we should give him the chance to call, but if we assume he is a bad player (his stacksize), I think he can definitely show up with more 5x than one would presume at first thought.

At 41:00: 56s BBvCO: Do you call here if CO 3x? I'm currently comtemplating my BB calling range, as you might notice in above questions, and I can't quite decide "the cut".
42:45ish: KK BBvSB: We 3bet 3->10,5. This is way bigger than my standard sizing. Thoughts?

Oct. 6, 2013 | 10:01 p.m.

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