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Your videos have always helped me so much more than anything else.

March 9, 2021 | 1:10 a.m.

This sounds great! I'm definitely interested.

March 8, 2021 | 2:34 a.m.

I don't understand it all just yet, but I do love the info you put out. Thanks man!

Feb. 25, 2021 | 5:55 p.m.

Comment | Flight_Risk commented on TPGK in mwpots

Wow. This shows me I've got a lot to learn. I would've thought a fold pre was too nitty. Looks like I need to actually do some work on my preflop calling and 3! ranges.

Feb. 25, 2021 | 4:14 a.m.

Comment | Flight_Risk commented on TPGK in mwpots

I would've thought this is a hand you have to call down with... depending on villain-type (and river). Couldn't villain be doing this with a worse ace a lot of the time?

And I'm asking genuinely. I'm a terrible player getting crushed in the micros. So definitely not trying to say I'm right here lol

Feb. 24, 2021 | 3:08 p.m.

This is great! I've been looking for more live poker content. Can't wait for the rest of the series. Thanks man!

Feb. 14, 2021 | 3:41 a.m.

I'm not real great with HRC but I'm going to try and figure this out. I'll let ya know what I find. Hopefully in the meantime someone with more experience with come by.

July 6, 2020 | 4:45 p.m.

Yeah I agree, AJo is just not a great hand. Especially in this spot. But I think it's very "cuspy". It very easily could be the best hand here. I generally do fold in this spot but lately I've been wondering if I'm giving up too easily.

I do like the idea of mixed frequencies. That's something I haven't thought about or studied much. Seems like it would make life a little easier.

July 3, 2020 | 11:40 p.m.

Yeah I could've probably found a better example hand. I can definitely see myself folding here but I'd love to know how to figure out the EV of calling vs 3betting, etc. Maybe I can just run the different scenarios in HRC.

July 2, 2020 | 2:21 a.m.

I've been working on 3betting in my game lately. But I'm having a hard time in certain spots. For example,

UTG 60bb opens 2x
Hero UTG1 30bb AJo

Calling here seems like a big mistake. However, I don't know if I like a 3bet either. But the real problem is I don't even know how to go about figuring it out. I feel like I'm missing some fundamental part of the game that I overlooked early on in my studies.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

June 28, 2020 | 11:35 p.m.

Is there some common understanding of what the pio colors represent? I don't use it but a lot of the videos here do. Without knowing which color is raise, fold, etc, I'm kinda at a loss.

June 22, 2020 | 3:31 p.m.

I found this video at the perfect time! All your stuff is so helpful. Hopefully I can get your new course soon.

June 17, 2020 | 7:40 p.m.

Comment | Flight_Risk commented on Level 2

Congrats! It's so cool that you get to spend all this time with your new baby. I play MTTs and I've been at it for about a year now. I can't offer much advice but I will definitely say BRM is crucial. It helps you stay sane when things aren't going quite right. Also, come up with a schedule for your play time and study time. It helps a lot to have this organized.

Oh, and believe it or not, Metallica's Enter Sandman will put any child to sleep almost instantly. I stumbled onto this by accident when my son was a newborn. Obviously don't play it loud. And if you can find the instrumental version (no lyrics) that's best. It has a classical sound almost like a lullaby. My son slept 8 hours every night from the time he was like 1 month old. Never had a problem getting enough sleep.

June 2, 2020 | 8:33 p.m.

You are getting odds to call but you're also losing equity for every player in the hand. Multiway I think I just let this go after the check-raise. I don't know what the buy-in was here, but a check-raise is usually very strong, especially into multiple people.

We're hoping to hit a flush here, that's our best outcome. But the way UTG is playing it might not even be good. Now, that's not likely but it's absolutely possible.

Multiway pots are hard to play, and even harder OOP.

Of course it's easy for me to say all this after the fact. In the moment it's harder to find that fold. The pot is big and it's just a few more chips every time there's an action. So you decide to throw in the extra... a few chips here, a few chips there.

Before you know it you've put in a third of your stack on a draw.

I do it all the time.

You hit a Q, but like the flush it may not be good either. And then the non-diamond A on the river. Ouch.

So what happened?

May 29, 2020 | 2:53 p.m.

Comment | Flight_Risk commented on Video suggestion

Not sure if these is exactly what you're looking for but I enjoyed them. Worth a look at least.

YugiohPro Reviews GodNemes1s 1

YugiohPro Reviews GodNemes1s 2

YugiohPro Reviews GodNemes1s 3

YugiohPro Reviews GodNemes1s 4

May 28, 2020 | 3:12 p.m.

I know this video is a bit older but since I've started working on my 3betting I come back and watch this video once a week. I really struggle with 3betting so this helps to kinda 'recenter' myself and reminds me of the basic stuff I need be thinking of instead of overthinking things as I tend to do.

May 26, 2020 | 6:54 p.m.

Well he's tagged now. And I'll definitely be squeezing a little more outta him from now on since I know he'll pay up.

May 24, 2020 | 3:20 p.m.

Ok, well I feel a little better. I was starting to wonder if I should've waited and assessed on the turn. Thanks!

May 24, 2020 | 3:19 p.m.

Hand History | Flight_Risk posted in MTT: What could/should Be done differently?
Blinds: t1,250/t2,500 (9 Players) UTG: 77,915
MP: 78,406
UTG+1: 54,300
MP+1: 39,696
MP+2: 126,768 (Hero)
CO: 61,069
BN: 24,110
SB: 14,697
BB: 22,820
Preflop (3,750) Hero is MP+2 with A A
UTG folds, MP calls 2,500, 2 folds, Hero raises to 7,500, 4 folds, MP calls 5,000
Flop (21,000) 6 9 3
MP bets 10,500, Hero raises to 119,018 and is all in, MP calls 60,156 and is all in
Turn (210,674) 6 9 3 8
River (210,674) 6 9 3 8 4
Final Pot MP+2 wins 0 MP wins 162,312
Villain Had the 7♠ 5♠

May 24, 2020 | 5:55 a.m.

Comment | Flight_Risk commented on Getting in Gear

Well this month has flown by! Unfortunately I had a ton of travel for work these past few weeks and I'm just now finishing all that. I haven't been engaged much here but I have been lurking. Now that I'm off the road I plan on increasing my time here and on the tables.

New Study Group!

I joined a study group, which was a much needed step for me. The group isn't too big and I feel like in the short time since I've joined I've already seen some improvement. The biggest thing I've learned from the group is Bankroll management.

Until now, I've basically just played whatever buy-ins I felt comfortable with. I'd deposit whatever number I could get away with that week and just basically try to stretch it as far as I could.

I've blown through a lot of money playing that way--playing various levels with absolutely no plan. Some days I'd play $1.50 SNGs, the next day I might play $5.00 or $6.00 MTTs. Every now and then I'd join a $15 MTT. And once I inevitably lose that, I'd start playing $.50 SNGs again to build my roll and try to avoid depositing again.

I was really gambling, playing like a rec despite the amount of study time I was putting in. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot!

Here's My Plan for the Month


I'll be sticking to my bankroll very strictly. I'll play only the games I'm rolled for 100x or more. I'll even play well below that to work on my multitabling, 3betting and other things related to aggression. I'm not working on increasing aggression however. Instead I'll be working on trying to eliminate the passive areas of my game that are causing me to lose EV. Not going for thin value, etc.


Volume is the other part of my game that has been severely lacking. I realized that I've only played about 300 tournaments since October. That's not good enough. The other guys in my study team play a minimum of 250 MTTs each month. So that's my goal for this month.

Study Time

I'll be laying out a more organized study plan soon. But right now this the basic outline.
Study group: 2 hours Tuesday night & 2 hours Saturday afternoon.
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 1 hour studying RIO, videos, or reading. (1 hour min).

So that's it. Basic stuff for now but i think it's going to help a lot.

1) Only Play Games I'm Rolled for 100x or more (100x being the absolute max).
2) Solo Study sessions; videos, reading, anything poker related.
3) Volume Volume Volume

May 23, 2020 | 3:30 a.m.

Oh yeah, I think they're working on updating that soon. But for now, you just have to upload the hand as an image. Go to view "hand details" and then screenshot it with snagit, or windows snipping tool, or whatever you have. All windows PCs come with windows snipping tool.

Then when you post just post as "New Thread".

Let me know if you have any trouble with any of that.

May 20, 2020 | 1:24 p.m.

Owen Shiels I think it’s often brought up as way to build a stack early. However, now I wonder how many times I’ve misunderstood it. I definitely do it some in the later stages but not enough I’m sure.

Thanks for clarifying that though. It’s given me a little more to think about.

May 19, 2020 | 7:10 p.m.

It sounds like you know more about gto+ than I do honestly. But usually when I use it I do one flop. I’m just using it to help study my hand history. So I use the actual flop I saw in a given hand. Of course I’ll change it a bit here and there just to see how and what it changes. But that’s kinda the extent of what I do with it. So far anyway.

May 19, 2020 | 7:05 p.m.

I use it a little and I think it's helpful but it's important to node lock. I'm very new to using GTO+ so I'm sure I'm not using 100% correctly. If nothing else I'm sure I'm not getting its full potential. However it has helped me to see things from a different perspective. I think at my level though, flopzilla is just as good. But I try to vary my study time up a bit so I don't get too bored, and so I can stay on top of things for later, when I do move into the bigger games.

As far as how I go about it, I just use the cash game tab. I add the starting pot, eff. stacks, and put the rake% and cap both at 0. And as I said, node locking. GTO+ is probably not very useful to guys like me at lower stakes without node locking.

This guy on YouTube put out about 6 videos going over everything in GTO+. I found it very helpful when I first got it.

May 19, 2020 | 4:18 p.m.

I'm so glad you talked about 3betting in the micros. I can't tell you how often I've heard (at other sites) that we need to be 3bet bluffing more in the micros because our opponents "play bad and they will just fold".

Despite it not making any sense to me, I tried it for a while. Guess what? No they don't. They don't like to fold preflop. It's a common complaint for micro players.

I started feeling like I was too nitty because I've basically only been 3betting with value hands.

Anyway, I just wanted to mention that.

Going to finish the video now. Thanks man, great vid!

May 19, 2020 | 6:14 a.m.

I'm torn on the real names thing. I like it and hate it.

May 16, 2020 | 5:46 p.m.

Sizing has been an issue for me for a while. So I'm learning a lot from your vids in the MTT learning path. Thanks!

May 15, 2020 | 2:53 p.m.

Dammit LMAO. Sad part is I re-read it to make sure I wasn't being a moron. But I was running on very little sleep 2 16 hour work days. Anyway, thanks for clarifying. I'm going to sleep now...

May 15, 2020 | 5:42 a.m.

GeeTeeOh You say this is a clear fold, and this is what worries me about how I'm studying. It seems like we came up with two totally different conclusions. On top of learning the wrong way, I don't want to be giving bad advice, (although I do always try to put my "I'm a newbie" disclaimer on it.

If this wasn't a bounty would you still consider this a fold? I'm guessing you're saying it's a fold because of the bounties AND the bubble. Is that right?

May 14, 2020 | 2:19 p.m.

Thank you so much! I wish I'd known that a month ago.

May 13, 2020 | 1:15 a.m.

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