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I don't know payouts either but will have to guess this is an ICM fold so it is interesting to hear Daniel say slam dunk call. So I think it is a good question which I am also interested in hearing some feedback from Daniel on.

Aug. 23, 2019 | 8:27 a.m.

fold pre and probably never 4bet. MP's flatting range is already pretty strong which makes villains 3bet even more value heavy IMO. Flop just has to be a fold multi way, I don't want to see a x/r here either. We have to be significantly more careful in these multiway pots and even more careful when they're 3bet pots. Heads up this is even a fold in a 3bet pot OOP. River we just can't bluff here. MP is not calling light after you call flop bet. Props for posting this hand and facing the criticism, its a great way to improve.

July 16, 2018 | 6:15 p.m.

this hand is totally skewed, the AK from SB. Something is wrong here, OTT according to "line" we check 57.35% not 95.52, but I think this is for IP player when we check but im sure the range you seeing is from IP player not our range for turn strat. Can you confirme this? or im I wrong? Ye you just by mistake you talking about our strat for turn in IP range and not on our range, the percents are right tho.

March 29, 2018 | 4:10 p.m.

I disagree with the lead on the 66 hand. I think by cheking you get alot more value then donking in this spot. When we lead into 3 other oop we are repping a prettu strong hand like a small flush or a set, what hands do you lead here as a bluff? By checking we can check raise or check call, i think we shouldn't have here a leading range at all.

Sept. 10, 2016 | 4:48 p.m.

Comment | K Z commented on Pio Solver Hand Review

It would be interesting if you use more sinzings, I think in the first hand your bet size on that board against is range and beeing oop, is alot better just bet at least 1/2 pot or 2/3 pot, I think if you put 33 55 67 pio would choose bigger cause against is range he is almost never folding this board. But yeah as you said this video is for you to see whether to bluff or value bet.

May 5, 2016 | 2:48 p.m.

Ty sir! one more questions we should allways consider the eff stack size right? not our actual stack size right?

Feb. 24, 2016 | 1:26 p.m.

one question Tyler. I did come in one of my spots that we have 100% equity, and it gives me -4 something. This means we should always check?

Feb. 23, 2016 | 2:07 p.m.

36:10, K7o > J8s, what do you think of your opponents give up on the river? Is this not the best river for him to bet again as a bluff?

Nov. 15, 2015 | 5:51 a.m.

ThatIsLuck, what a guy, lol!

Cool vid, thanks.

Nov. 19, 2014 | 9:07 a.m.

Defending 72o on the BB listening to Eminem, love it, haha!

Nice to have you back doing vids Jason, look forward to seeing some more soon.

Thanks guys.

Nov. 19, 2014 | 7:55 a.m.

Audio is slightly poor but vid is still watchable. I've no problem with the amount of tables. I agree with previous comments, the more tables the better, as long as we pause and discuss certain spots. Sign up smokrokflock RIO, would like to see more vids from this guy. Ty.

Nov. 10, 2014 | 7:38 p.m.

49:16 - KTo is a snap from BB versus LJ 5.5bb jam.

gg Elio

Nov. 1, 2014 | 8:33 p.m.

Comment | K Z commented on What's Holding You Back?

Class vid, ty.

Oct. 17, 2014 | 1:16 a.m.

32:03, I calculate the EV of 3b jamming here is just over +1bb, did a calc on HRC. Its only an estimate and I did not adjust the nash default range but its gonna be kinda close to this. So my question is do you think risking 50+bbs to gain approx 1bb is worth it?  Could be convinced otherwise but I think we can find better spots. Maybe you can run it in HRC and see if you find this jam to be more profitable than I do. Looking at my findings I would be more comfortable with 1010+ AQs+ in this spot. Am I missing something when I do my calcs?

Thanks for video, I enjoy all your vids.

July 27, 2014 | 1:48 a.m.

Interesting, enjoying it as I do all of your stuff, please continue.

July 13, 2014 | 3:54 p.m.

Comment | K Z commented on Scoop $27 1r1a

20:42, nh

25:13, My question is what is the bottom of your 3b/c range here? Would you consider flatting versus a tight opener? If we are UTG+2 would you ever consider folding this spot? Whenever I get this spot I am never too excited, I know I'm gonna be flipping quite often and can also be easily be dominated versus villains 4b range, like he is not looking down at 77 or 88 and auto 4b jamming. For all these reasons I have recently started flatting 99 in this spot but that could be bad, it flops horrible etc. Just a couple of words on this spot in general from you would be appreciated.

29:01, lol at 93o hand

Thanks for vid.

May 22, 2014 | 12:19 a.m.

Comment | K Z commented on FTOPS Main Event (part 1)

Enjoyed this vid, watched this live when all of you were pretty deep all the way to the 3 way chop. Really looking forward to the rest of the series, thanks for sharing.

April 24, 2014 | 11:24 p.m.

25:07 - JJ hand on AQx is interesting and I personally always like checking back IP on one over card boards here but with 2 over card boards and the likelihood villain is gonna probe/lead turn and its usually difficult to know where we are at as was the case in this hand I think a small cbet is just an easier way to play the hand in this particular spot given stack depths and value of chips etc. I am not 100% sure what the best way to approach this spot is, just some thoughts.

34:22 - We make a x/r with top pair when we peel BB with A8, one off exploit. I find this spot tough because as you say when we call there are just so many bad turns which we have to x/f. I think I do normally just call in game and usually do pretty bad in these spots. Curious what your preferred line is here if the flop is rainbow?

38:44 - K9s, You said it yourself, 3b versus some and fold versus some.

48:50 - We ISO 88 versus EP 8BB raise, just curious what hands if any do we like flatting here?

Thanks for vid.

April 21, 2014 | 2:46 p.m.

I enjoyed this and looking forward to watching the next one, thanks!

April 15, 2014 | 3:52 p.m.

I have been using this app quite a while now and love it. I have never used FGS and am still a bit unclear on this topic. What I have been trying to work out since I have been using HRC is how much of a +cEV edge we should want at different stack depths. For one example: If villain is shoving NASH from CO for 10bbs when we have BB who has less than 10bbs covered from SB we can call 20.4%, 22+ A2s+ A7o+ K9s+ KTo+ QTs+ but 22 is only +0.02 cEV so I would say I would fold 22 because I can find a better spot than risking 10BBs to win 0.02. This leads me to question open jams, 3bet jams too and what type of edge do I want when taking these into consideration at different stack depths, 10, 20, 25, 30 BBs for example. I think the easy one is when we have 10 or less BBs that any edge is sufficient. Thanks for vid.

April 15, 2014 | 7:48 a.m.

Hey Nick,

1. Cool

2. Yeah, looking back at this, I think your sizing on flop is good, for some reason I thought it was more at the time, I would personally bet slightly less but I might even prefer your sizing, sorry for wasting your time on that.

3. Would be a bit closer for the stakes I play I think but obv with dynamics between you two and the fact you think he reshoves hands we dominate plus all the other reasoning you gave I am admittedly wrong here again.

Thanks for taking the time to respond all the same, much appreciated.

April 6, 2014 | 3:38 a.m.

109s hand imo 1/10th of a BB is not enough of an edge to want to take for risking this amount of BBs, there are better spots to invest our chips I think.

26:00 - Sizing is too big on 992 imo, I would want to cbet flop less with my value and bluffs here but I like the turn sizing.

31:09 - KQo call to SB rejam for 15bbs, I would fold, I think if we are CO or BU and our opening range is wider again I might call, deffo calling if we are BU. My thinking is that to make this a good call we need him jamming some stuff we dominate like QJ and Q10s, not only do we block them hands but I think when we open HJ villain is more reluctant to rejam these hands. We need 41% equity here and I am not sure we have this tbh.

Thanks for vid, enjoying the series.

March 24, 2014 | 5:08 p.m.

What do you think you are beating in the 77 hand? How is this your fav hand? You are surely being sarcastic. Seems not good to me.

Immediately afterwards K10o open jam for 20bbs is WTF? And I personally do not like the 3b jam versus utg with AJo but I am not sure of the dynamics versus this player so it might be alright but it does look like you were kinda tilted in these 2 hands tbh.

88 hand I fold to the EP 2b personally but not sure if that's good or bad!

Thanks for your videos, I have enjoyed the series so far and these are the only hands I was not too keen on, glgl.

March 19, 2014 | 7:48 p.m.

I would like to think if he does have a flush draw on flop he will not just call every street and make a move before this. I like the open pre, I continue 40-55% myelf on flop and turn and on river I bet small for value plus to try and induce a bluff and call, all because I think he would be making a move with 2 diamonds on this flop which could so easily have missed us. It is a FT, he should be a thinking player. If his line is call call with a flush draw heads up here, its a bad line imo, he needs to c/r flop with a flush draw in this spot I feel.

Jan. 12, 2013 | 10 p.m.

3b Shove, when we 3b anything else with this stack size we are very face up and saying hey I have a monster, when we shove we look weaker and may get called by pairs and some other hands we dominate, worst case scenario there is a 33% increase to your stack without seeing a flop.

Jan. 12, 2013 | 8:56 p.m.

We want to induce with AK here, deffo opening 2-2.5x pre, when we shove we fold out hands we dominate that can 3b us!

Jan. 12, 2013 | 5:02 a.m.

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