Yooo Tariq love your vids, the T blocker River B-3B around 11:00 in was quite nice ;)
Really enjoy your thought process, thanks sir
May 13, 2021 | 9:36 p.m.
kravean Hey man nice to hear from you! Thank you for the words of encouragement. Completely agree about consistency and the process. I love the bodybuilding analogy. It's all about compound gains!!
BTW, have been checking out your Poker Journal and really love it. I am trying to take some time off from grinding this week and doing more studying and sleeping, I hope to take some time to read through your journal and get caught up on your journey.
Feb. 8, 2021 | 3:34 p.m.
Rough Start to the New Year
January was my worst month results-wise in a very long time. I lost a little over 5k. A good chunk of these losses were in PLO, which is a game I am new to, so that is kind of to be expected. On top of that, I also have been playing Mid-Hi MTTs and losing a bunch there as well.
However, despite having a bad month, I kept up on study and studied more in January than I have in a long time. I got in 40+ hours of focused "lab work" type study and that doesn't include passive RIO video watching in bed, reading some poker books/articles, podcasts, etc.
My ego caused me to play higher stakes PLO than I should probably be playing (I took shots at $2/4 - $5/10) but after losing a couple of buy-ins there I quickly moved back down to $1/2 and plan to stick there for this month.
It kind of feels like I am just getting punched in the face every time I play a session of PLO, but honestly, I've never had this much fun losing before. Because I am fairly new to the game, I am learning a ton and applying huge upgrades to my game every single session.
I decided to give PLO a real shot because it has become obvious to me recently that the MTT grind I was on is just not sustainable and is not going to continue to work well with the demands of my day job. I am getting a huge promotion this month, and will have a very difficult long-term project to complete. I can't be getting 3-4 hours of sleep on week nights and logging on to work late any more.
I have invested a lot of money into improving my game and start MTT coaching with Matt Hunt (S4Y) this week. My plan for February is to split my study time about 70% PLO, 30% MTT, and get in as much PLO volume as I can, while playing 1 MTT session per week (usually this will be Sunday).
I hope to get close to 40k hands of PLO in this month, and if I am not beating $0.50/1 and $1/2 PLO over that sample, or at least feeling like I have massively improved my game over that sample, I will give up on the PLO experiment and go back to all-in on MTTs, which have been a stable income source for me for a long time.
My processes are good, I am studying in an effective way every single day, and review hands after every session. As long as I am able to trust the process and continue with what I am already doing, and I avoid self-sabotage and playing too high, I think it is very likely that I will figure out a solid winning PLO strategy and have the capacity to consistently execute that strategy.
Very excited to see how my year in poker unfolds, and the bad start is just a small bump in the road. LFG!!
Feb. 3, 2021 | 4:06 p.m.
Following and looking fwd to more posts! Very new to the PLO streets coming from MTTs. Thanks for sharing your ideas here!
Feb. 3, 2021 | 3:51 p.m.
Agree with Thallo- and if SPR is low enough that BB can XR and get it in in a single raised pot then I don't think you can ever fold, they would have to be the world's biggest nit shortstacker. I kind of feel like the profile you could fold against almost doesn't exist.
Jan. 25, 2021 | 4:02 p.m.
I recently dove into PLO and have been studying PLO4 preflop ranges. I find myself playing more PLO5 than PLO4 lately at stakes from $1/2 to $3/6. I was wondering what general preflop range adjustments should be made in PLO5?
Are there perfect rundown hands that become better than AAx hands? Like is something like 789TJds superior to AAx? In spots where we get it in pre, compared to getting to flop with a med-high SPR with these two types of hands?
Any other general advice on preflop appreciated. I find myself feeling a little lost with how I should approach Preflop 3bet/4bet spots with AAx hands with 5 holecards. Also double paired hands. The other classes seem fairly intuitive but these ones are giving me some trouble.
If there are any vids you can recommend on this that would be great too!
Jan. 25, 2021 | 3:59 p.m.
Thanks man that makes sense. Is like 1/3 a good size here? I assume we continue vs a pot size raise if we use that cbet size? Probably in an aggressive fashion?
New to grinding the great game and have only studied preflop so far.
Jan. 22, 2021 | 5:14 p.m.
Hello. Curious if I should be checking this flop. My bet/call vs a range of 8xxx is a -EV punt. Should I be preferring to XC this flop blocking the 2? Is my BC fine? Note CO is a passive rec and BTN is LAG reg.
CO limp, BTN 3x, we 3b POT in BB, both call. Then we Bet-Call flop in a spot where I think I punted.
Blocking the 2 seems useful, but having NFD, what else is BTN jamming if not 8x (and sometimes they have quads)? Having to bet-fold makes me think that cbetting is an error.
Jan. 22, 2021 | 5:17 a.m.
I am new to PLO and going through the FTGU PLO Course here on RIO. It is great so far.
You should definitely start with studying preflop ranges, and spend a month+ on that before moving on. Just having rock solid preflop ranges will give you a big edge over the pools at lower stakes. Always pushing equity in postflop scenarios will go a long way.
Also, play less study more :)
Having a little degen in ya could be an asset for PLO if you can get it in line and construct better habits and routines :)
Jan. 16, 2021 | 2:39 a.m.
IMO it can’t be detected, but also is not a good way to maximize winrate. For one thing, hard to pick up on nuances, sizing and timing tells, reads, exploits if you are not hyper focused on the tables and distracted by the solver.
Furthermore, in most games, we are better off deviating from GTO in the majority of spots. I’ve not used vision but does it handle multiway? Many pots in my experience are multiway, so that would be out.
People are free to use it while playing (ethical considerations aside), but IMO it would be impossible to reach a state of flow and play in a way that maximizes winrate doing this. Vision seems like a great tool for off the table study, but does not seem optimal to use in real time.
If I knew every reg in my games were using vision while playing, it would not deter me from playing in those pools. I would prefer them not to be, but majority of winrate comes from VIP’s anyway and i would like my side playing with full focus over being distracted by looking up optimal solutions in game.
Jan. 15, 2021 | 8:38 p.m.
Hello I am also interested in some study partners. Successful at Mid - Hi MTTs and transitioning to PLO lately, playing PLO200 at the moment. Currently working through the FTGU PLO course and plan to go through all of Tom Chambers content after that, doing a lot of manual math/Excel work before I dive into solvers. I want to get my "hands dirty" and do a lot of manual work so I can deeply understand the math and blocker effects before I get into solvers. Thx!
Jan. 15, 2021 | 3:13 p.m.
In this hand, UTG is running 61/18 with 45% limp and 3% 3bet over 87 hands.
I have seen them overlimp MP vs a UTG limp and then flat my CO pot size 3bet with AAQ5 single suited.
I cannot get the "pretty" hand history option to work no matter what I try to do. Hopefully this is clean enough:
iPoker - $2 PL Hi (6 max) - Omaha Hi - 6 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 4: http://www.pokertracker.com
BB: 117.65 BB
UTG: 538.42 BB
Hero (MP): 296.99 BB
CO: 36.74 BB
BTN: 29.67 BB
SB: 100 BB
SB posts SB 0.5 BB, BB posts BB 1 BB
Pre Flop: (pot: 1.5 BB) Hero has Ah Jd As 5h
UTG calls 1 BB, Hero raises to 4.5 BB, CO raises to 16 BB, fold, fold, fold, UTG calls 15 BB, Hero raises to 65.5 BB, CO calls 20.74 BB, UTG calls 49.5 BB
Flop : (169.24 BB, 3 players) Qd 6c 5c
UTG checks, Hero bets 167.24 BB, UTG raises to 472.92 BB, Hero calls 64.25 BB
Turn : (632.21 BB, 3 players) 6h
River : (632.21 BB, 3 players) Td
So I think that I played the hand fine, but just wanted to check- mostly flop action.
If we assume the short stacker who 3bet ONLY has AAxx, therefore meaning the 2 other Aces are dead, is my line fine given that assumption? I think many players here are only 3betting AA, and I am interested in a "worst case" analysis.
I did my own work on the hand and found the following:
If we run HU equity for preflop for just myself and the deep whale, and enter the other 2 Aces as dead cards, my equity preflop against the hand they showed up with is 60%, and it is also 60% against a range of top 5% of the deck with the other AA dead. Against top 2% my hand with AA dead is still pushing equity.
On Flop, with AA dead, my hand against 5% has 57.17%, and against 2% is 46.57%
Preflop seems OK, but hypothetically if we KNOW the short stacker has AA, should we do anything different? Same question for the flop play.
I feel like SPR is low enough that We should be doing fine enough hand vs. range to just pot flop and stack off. Getting folds is a good event, as any small backdoor equity we ever manage to fold out seems good. We also get calls from hands like QJKXcc that we are behind (especially assuming the other AA are dead), but have enough equity against to stack off.
Should we do anything else on this flop? Is checking back and seeing a turn a better option?
Jan. 15, 2021 | 2:19 a.m.
No i think you are right. It probably is not worth the hassle and there are probably better ways to study. It’s just that most of my winrate comes from these weak players and i am trying to squeeze every ounce of efficiency out of my strategy against them. Honestly solvers may even be overkill against these guys, I dunno.
It’s kind of shocking how many players with these types of stats i have been encountering, even at stakes as high as $500 BI.
Now it is of course also important to balance that with studying our strategy against regs, and there is where i do think Pio study has some value. They are not playing anywhere near GTO either, but i still think we can learn some game tree fundamentals and deploy those and they can help us exploit better.
It might make more sense to just play around with a tool like CREV or Power-Equilab or something vs fish, and that is what i am already doing. Just thinking if we can leverage pio in a useful way but maybe not.
Jan. 8, 2021 | 2:54 p.m.
Haha thanks. Yeah I am very familiar with Nick Howard and the PD mass data methodology but I don’t really see how that can be applied in MTTs. We can’t buy HH’s and i have yet to find a way to pull in clairvoyant MTT HH into the software used for MDA. you are probably right that there are a lot of assumptions holding me back. It’s not like i am not exploiting fish and winning at a high rate against them- I am. Just looking to take my study to the next level
And maximize win rate as much as possible, and I don’t really think grinding solvers using GTO inputs as a baseline is the best way to do that- but i am very open to the idea that I could be dead wrong.
EDIT: to say it another way:
If someone is playing 38/4, and you open MP and they defend CO, does it make sense to take the GTO preflop range for CO defense vs MP and plug that into PIO to study how to execute against them? To me the answer is a very clear No. So, if that is true, isn't that kind of the same thing as putting in a more accurate preflop range, then clicking buttons in Pio to get to river- to study how to play river vs them? My assumption is the range Pio has them getting to river with will be very far off from the range they actually get to river with, in the same way the range they get to flop with is way off if we just plug in a GTO preflop range for a 38/4.
Will my assumption of what range they get to river with be perfect? Hell no. But I am pretty confident it will be more accurate than the range pio thinks they get to river with. And if that is the case, why not just run the sim from river to begin with, using the range we assume? Especially if we feel good about our flop and turn plays and feel that they are pretty straightforward, but just have questions about the optimal sizes and frequencies to use OTR?
Jan. 8, 2021 | 1:05 a.m.
If we assume BB calls your river jam with only KK+ and AK, that is 6 combos that beat you and 9 combos that you beat. Therefore, well over 50% of your opponents calling range loses to your jam on the river and it is a good jam.
I like your line and while raising earlier streets is probably reasonable, I think the call down line and delaying your raise to river is also fairly reasonable.
BB has a narrow ish range and we don’t get them to pay off with that many hands unless they are going to heavily over value Top Pair (which is certainly possible).
Your play is fine and raising earlier streets would also be fine imo
Jan. 7, 2021 | 9:20 p.m.
I think any HUD stats and reads you may have on the 4bettor are very important here. How soft both your table and this tournament are is also a factor. If you can realize large edges in a lot of situations, this is just a fold. In general i would estimate we are up against a strong range no wider than JJ+ AK, and against that range our equity is not great.
Jan. 7, 2021 | 8:30 p.m.
This is excellent advice and resonates so so much. Your posts and recent CPG podcast interview were very insightful and just wanted to thank you for putting your message out there.
I am an MTT grinder and have a job, but have learned the hard way how true all of this is throughout my career. I’ve joined virtually every training site that has ever existed, participated in forums, tried to make sense of solvers, etc.
The “sky is falling” mentality has been the standard line for several years now, and it’s total bullshit. Last year was my best year ever in poker, by a large margin, and it was a year where i had no active training site memberships and spent maybe 10 hours in a solver. I started to develop my own study routines which made sense for me, and stopped consuming the same content everyone else is passively consuming. In my opinion, games have gotten better, and it’s easier to make money. The sky is staying put :)
Jan. 7, 2021 | 8:15 p.m.
Thank you, I appreciate the feedback. I sort of agree with you that “just playing GTO” will allow us to crush bad players even if we do not exploit, but then again, there are a lot of spots where playing GTO as if your opponent has a good range is just torching money. Some examples:
-Preflop- ton of spots, don’t really need to name specific ones. We should deviate extremely wildly from a Monker result purchased from RangeConverter, for example.
-facing basically any checkraise on any street
(Too much value)
-facing donk bets
(Ranges are much weaker than they should be in theory)
Now, I know the whole GTO vs. Explo thing has been discussed a ton, and i tend to feel that it is a false dichotomy, and they are kind of the same thing, it just seems hard AF to effectively use Pio when dealing with volatile recs.
One other question- lets say we have a turn decision vs a fish. Would it make sense to run the sim with the turn pre defined on the board and also setting villains initial range to what he gets to turn with, rather than starting from flop and node locking flop to narrow his range to turn?
It seems like this makes a whole lot of sense to me, but I haven’t really seen it done much in videos. It would save us a lot of time and seems like a more efficient study approach.
The biggest challenge is scripting. Seems impossible to do in a way that is useful vs volatile recs. Basically every decision node would be way off from what is going on in reality. All we can set is the initial bad preflop range.”, but then pio will have us bluff catching later streets WAY too much in a lot of lines.
Sorry for the spew, thanks for your input!
Jan. 7, 2021 | 2:18 p.m.
Hand 2 AQ turn decision you mention wanting to “string villain along” with an A as part of the reason for preferring a bet, and mention he could check shove some flush draws. There was never any mention of AK in villain’s range. Are you pretty much removing that given the flop Bet-Call? That stuck out to me as a potential reason to favor pot controlling turn (we value cut ourselves vs AK). Thanks! Great format
Jan. 7, 2021 | 2:29 a.m.
I am an MTT grinder and had solid results at all stakes on softer sites the last few years. Started dabbling in PLO recently, playing 50-200PLO. Got the "from the ground up" PLO course and mostly working on preflop ranges and player profiling at the moment.
I am doing very well in MTT's and will still play them, but with a job it is very hard to balance and I am trying to transition to only playing MTT's on Sunday, and PLO the rest of the week. Would be up for some study/discussing hands!
Jan. 5, 2021 | 7:14 p.m.
Is that rake amount actually accurate? If so, this hand being a GTO open doesn't mean we should open it in an uncapped rake environment. Actually we should probably tighten significantly from GTO if we are paying this absurd rake, assuming we are playing against competent opponents. Our opponents cold-calling way too much, and folding way to little pre, is also a reason to open tighter than GTO.
However, if our opponents are lighting money on fire the open is fine. I also think betting flop to stack off is fine given reads and our backdoor equity with our good side cards. Having BDNFD and BDSD strikes me as being pretty important here, for the times we are up against a set. If this villain is going to be stacking off mediocre wraps it seems good. Checking also seems fine.
Jan. 5, 2021 | 7:03 p.m.
Yesterday, I put in a very long Sunday grind. My ABI is continuing to trend upward, and the holiday series on Bovada ended yesterday, which means lots of extra $109+ events on the schedule.
I started off my schedule with 2x 109's, a 162, a 270, a 320, a 215, and a third 109. I also played a $150 rebuy/addon on the apps and most of my schedule was north of $109.
I basically bricked everything, with just a few min cashes in my smallest events, for most of the session. I played well and lost lots of flips. At around midnight, I hit an inflection point where I was down to just 2 tables. I had to decide between just closing those out, or trying to add some additional tables.
On Bovada, there are a bunch of turbos on the schedule after 11:30 PM. After having an ABI on the day of around $200 or so, I fired some $11, $22, and $30 turbos between midnight and 1AM to keep my screen full. By 3 AM I was extremely tired and ready to pass out, but fortunately won the $33 turbo for $800, which was a very nice session saver. I still lost on the day, but winning that last small event was a wonderful feeling.
These types of "day savers" are critical to long-term success in my opinion. I could have easily waved the white flag and stopped regging near the end of a pretty tough session, especially since my ABI was $200, and the only available events left were much smaller in comparison.
Having the motivation and drive to register these much smaller (and also much softer) events on a consistent basis after moving way up in stakes, and to give them your all and treat them just as seriously as a $300, is a really important trait to have in MTTs. I can't quantify how much this has saved me and kept me afloat during downswings and when taking aggressive shots, but it is key.
This is the second week in a row I have pushed myself to extend my session and register a handful of much smaller events at the tail end, and also the second week in a row I won one of those smaller events, padding my bankroll and easing the pain of a losing Sunday.
It's not just about maximizing Annual $EV with more volume, there are many other benefits to adding in the smaller games, even when tired or playing much higher in general.
From a life/happiness EV perspective:
I was down on the day around $1.5k before these turbos. If I lost all of them, I would be down maybe $1.6k on the day instead. This doesn't move the needle at all in either direction, so worst case scenario, adding these turbos at the end makes no difference to my happiness/momentum. However, if I pull out a win (or even top 3), that is a huge happiness and momentum boost. Therefore, adding the extra events and pushing myself is a happiness freeroll.
Not only do I reduce the amount of loss for the day, but there is just something magical about the feeling of knowing when you pushed yourself to the limit and put in that little bit of extra work, especially when it pays off in a meaningful way. I swear this $800 win felt better than some of my recent $10k scores, just because I know I could have easily skipped the extra volume, but instead I got back in the ring after being punched in the face all day.
Today I rest, but after that, I'm feeling very motivated to put in tons of lab work this week. I have lots of ideas for concepts I want to study. This week is all about preparation and training, and on Sunday it's back in the ring :).
Jan. 4, 2021 | 4:24 p.m.
Hello. Brand new to PLO, mainly an NLHE MTT grinder. I recently purchased the From the Ground Up PLO course here on RIO, but in general I am pretty clueless with 4 holecards.
Couple of questions on this hand:
-Is the preflop call of the 3b fine? Seems like we have enough equity with our hand, even rainbow
-Is the flop float out of line? It seems like this hand might actually be a decent bluff raise candidate, but also not sure we even want to have much of a raising range on this texture
Villain is unknown, only 4 hands at the table in Anon poker (Bovada) TY
iPoker - $2 PL Hi (6 max) - Omaha Hi - 4 players
Hand converted by PokerTracker 4: http://www.pokertracker.com
P3-639181YC (CO): 154.27 BB
Hero (BTN): 98.5 BB
P5-495279UG (SB): 29 BB
P1-622009YJ (BB): 309.5 BB
P5-495279UG posts SB 0.5 BB, P1-622009YJ posts BB 1 BB
Pre Flop: (pot: 1.5 BB) Hero has 8s 9h 8d 9c
fold, Hero raises to 3.5 BB, fold, P1-622009YJ raises to 11 BB, Hero calls 7.5 BB
Flop : (22.5 BB, 2 players) Qs 5d 6c
P1-622009YJ bets 14.03 BB, Hero calls 14.03 BB
Turn : (50.56 BB, 2 players) 5s
P1-622009YJ bets 32.8 BB, fold
P1-622009YJ wins 49.06 BB
Jan. 2, 2021 | 5:27 a.m.
PLO Is pretty fun
Yesterday, I played a Satellite to a $1k early in the day, and ended up winning it, so I played a session last night where I intended to just 2-table the $1k and a $215. I busted both within a few hours, and my 2-tabling session quickly turned into a full session of 6 MTT tables.
For whatever reason (probably a bit frustrated by a rough MTT session if I'm being honest), I randomly decided to hop in and 1-table a $1/2 PLO cash game while I was finishing out my last couple of MTTs. I was fortunate enough to get a god seat and this happened:
I have no clue what I am doing at a PLO table, but I ran the equities for the 3 biggest all-in pots I had in this session, and I had around 75% equity in each of them. I had a mega whale on my direct right who kept reloading, and I basically just played tight and piled money in when I had strong hands. It was a very ABC approach and I just got a dream seat I think.
Having said that, this result has got me pretty interested in playing a bit more PLO.
I think I will need to modify my "Never Play Online Cash" rule and make it "Never Play Online NLHE Cash" :)
Dec. 30, 2020 | 4:42 p.m.
Off The Gas
For the last several months, I have felt a pretty strong sense of urgency around grinding as much volume in MTTs as possible. I have been playing many weeknights, and had many nights where I didn't get nearly enough sleep. I have done a better job with balance than I have in the past, exercising more, journaling, meditating, and studying. However, I have still been pretty out of balance and pushing myself hard.
The last few months, I have had great results, and the sense of urgency has evaporated. Going into 2021, I plan to cut back on volume and increase my weekly study hours. I hope to play only Fridays and Sundays, and study consistently 10 hours per week. I have sat and thought about how much volume I want for the year, and have settled on 1200 MTTs. I think I played close to that this year, and it should be very doable with just two sessions per week. I only need 25 games per week, and on a full Sunday I usually get in 16-20 games, so adding in a Friday session should allow me to hit this goal no problem.
Now that I'm rolled, I am playing a much higher ABI than I was 2-3 months ago. I am less volume-focused and more quality and performance focused. I want to work on my game a lot and hope to integrate some upgrades in the first quarter of 2021, in preparation for making some live trips later on in the year (hopefully Covid gets resolved at some point and this is possible).
I have some stuff in the works to get more involved in the poker industry and to create some original content. Some of it will be technical strategy related, and some will be more lifestyle/logistics related. I am working on creating my own blog site where I plan to regularly write and produce videos, and may start a podcast at some point later in the year. This is something I have wanted to do for a very long time, and now that I am not obsessively grinding way too much, I have the bandwidth to get rolling with it.
The situation in the US with Covid and the economy is not good, and I am very grateful to have a stable job providing good income, but my heart is still in Poker and I still daydream about being full-time in poker very consistently. I can't rush it, and I am going to continue to grind part-time for the foreseeable future, but my ultimate goal is to be playing full-time eventually. If that happens in 6-12 months, awesome. If it takes another 5 years, that's cool too. I am pretty happy with how my life is set up currently, and there's no need to be in a rush.
Dec. 29, 2020 | 3:26 p.m.
I have put a lot of work into my game this year and had some pretty good results as a non-pro part time player. I am really interested in expanding my poker network and I always love talking hands over with people, so I have decided to offer some free MTT coaching. Below I will outline my strengths and weaknesses, and what I have to offer. I will also provide an application template. You can just copy/paste the questions at the bottom of this post into a DM here on run it once and provide your answers in order to "apply" for a free 60-90 minute coaching session. Thanks!
I play on US sites and many of them do not give a good way to track results, and trackers don't even show results correctly. I only started manually keeping meticulous records of my results in Excel at the end of June this year. My results since then in online MTTs are:
642 Games Played - $63 ABI - 114.81% ROI
I have been playing for a long time and have not had a losing year in the past 3+ years, playing almost entirely MTTs. I am bad at cash.
I have put a ton of work into preflop, and have very strong push/fold, reshove, and preflop RFI/3b/4b game at most/all stack sizes. I also believe that I am pretty good at exploiting weak opponents, and that is where most of my edge comes from. I also have worked on ICM and have pretty strong final table strategies.
Mindset/Mental game and logistics of poker - I have a LOT of experience balancing MTT grinding with very tough challenging careers. I have worked as both an Electrical Engineer and Software Engineer full-time while also grinding a ton of volume for years. I have made lots of mistakes along the way, and have learned a lot about balancing life with poker. I also take my mental game very seriously and constantly work on it. This is still a somewhat overlooked side of the game and in my opinion, the logistics and balancing act of poker with life can sometimes be even more of a challenge than technical execution at the table. I can help with that.
While I think I do an alright job of having somewhat balanced, good ranges against regs, I am no GTO wizard. I own PioSOLVER, but have put very little work into constructing GTO strategies. I lean very heavily on exploits, and cannot help you play like a computer.
I am looking to offer 1-2 free sessions to around 5 people. The sessions will be HH review an it is a requirement that you have a tracking database such as PT4 or HM2 and that you can come ready with hands to review.
How to Apply
Copy/Paste the below questions and provide your answers in a DM here on Run It Once if you are interested in this.
How long have you been playing?
What games do you play?
What is your ABI, and what have your results been like?
Describe your study process and what software tools and/or training sites you use to work on your game?
What areas of your game are you most interested in focusing on?
What are your aspirations in Poker? What are your Poker goals?
Do you play full time? If not, what else do you have going on in your life?
If selected for a free session, are you open to having it recorded and released on YouTube?
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything, please feel free to post here in the thread. Thanks!