Hey this format of in depth analysis of a few hands are quite good. More. Thx.
April 8, 2019 | 5:52 a.m.
Thx for the video.
35:00 A2h hand ... looks like PIO neither has much of a raising range on flop nor turn. Even though A2 unblocks most OOP bluffs on turn.
If this is Bn 3 bet vs Co scenario .. then I think we begin to check raise more on turn with combo draw.
March 24, 2019 | 12:51 a.m.
Sauce abruptly shows more emotion reviewing 1/2 $ hitting that river straight than himself playing 200/400 $, haha.
Very good analysis throughout, I would give up this 45 combo most of the time flop or turn. If arriving river this way, overbet jam on essential blanks, A, lower card pairing. And mostly block bet if hit straight. Yeah ... definitely do not check.
Feb. 16, 2019 | 8:13 a.m.
Ur content is essentially elite man. I have a question regarding 56s,67s,78s combo. I notice they are not in the simplified, executable 3 bet range, are they just not profitable to play, even ip? Whereas we can see a trace of j8s, k8s ... this probably contradicts what population’s preference. Plz shed more light.
Obviously this series u can expand on, bn vs tighter ranges (ep & mp), oop response, squzzing from blinds etc. Theory more valuable than live play video, but takes much effort to produce. Do whatever u feel like man.
Feb. 8, 2019 | 3:17 a.m.
hey Demondoink I don’t understand why 65s,67s are good limp reraise? Dont they play better with higher spr? What would be the relative reraise and call frequency like?
Feb. 4, 2019 | 11 a.m.
More of this.
Feb. 2, 2019 | 1:37 a.m.
This hand is interesting ,., the is one of the hand where it’s hard to see getting called by worse ... particularly holding Jh, and yet it feels nasty not to throw in a bet on river ... and hoping not get raised ...
I guess against passive player who like calling more than raising ... we can be more confident to throw in a bet ... hoping for a call from Kx, and comfortably fold to a big raise.
Jan. 27, 2019 | 3:24 p.m.
It’s like to listen to a story. Haha.
One question, usually what’s the highest stake that can see daily action on ignition?
Jan. 16, 2019 | 11:45 a.m.
Very helpful. Thx
i have a problem. When I try to add “WSD % when bet river” under tournament - default .. I don’t have this stat. On the other hand when I edit this stat in cash default, there is “WSDWBR”. How can I add one into tournament HUD? Thx
Jan. 13, 2019 | 11:11 p.m.
8:00 J9d top left hand ... yeah I agree U missed a tiny value bet on river. If U used 2/3 flop cbet ... then it’s more of a check back.
13:00 bottom right AJo .. I think u played the hand extremely well ... one curiosity is how you approach AK combos on this turn and river? I would assume it’s either taking show down value by checking or duplicating AA KK region by overbettibg. Yeah how would u prefer playing AK combos? Thx
Thx for doing this series.
Jan. 11, 2019 | 4:15 a.m.
i like this format .., one thing will be helpful. Is to find a way to increase ur blunder rate? Or concentration of ur blunders. .. Otherwise ... too much time on “standard” play ...
Another format I would suggest is more collaboration ... maybe with another 200z or 500z reg ... being it RIO pro or not ... would be more entertaining. I really mostly watch videos to relax nowadays, haha.
Jan. 7, 2019 | 9:40 p.m.
yes 100bb will be really helpful.
I have pio pro but i really don't know how to run preflop sims. Something like r:0 b:5 incorrect raise sizing ... i don't even know what that means ... also i don't know how to input flop subsets either ... feeling inept ...
A general touch on 100bb scenario will be helpful, as I only play cash. Thx.
Dec. 26, 2018 | 6:32 p.m.
Hey very good video. Would love to see continues and expansions of this format.
3 questions, vs ip flop check back, oop prefer lead with small size with board changing turn, and lead with overbet on brick turn. In practice, I find people rarely fold to small turn prove size ... which gives me paranoia .. how to approach turn and river in this case? In other words, general guidelines to construct a conherent turn and river bluffing range.
2nd question we observe pattern responses from both players on brick or board changing Turn, what about River card? From what I observe, it’s very similar to turn card effect. Do u note any difference?
Also one thing u said, oop may have some river leading range on board changing river to gain some pot share back is interesting.
Last one, what are possible explanations for ip to play relatively passively with pure flush draw (non-combo FD) on turn? Equity relization is that important? Again oop tend to not check raise that much.