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32:00 "2,5% times six, someone is going to have a top hand 15% of the time" - although in this particular case the correct % is close to what you said, this is absolutely not how the probabality works.

Hint: if you were talking about 17% range instead of 2,5%, would that the probability of someone having a hand in that range is 102%? :))

Oct. 1, 2017 | 10:37 a.m.

Hey Nuno, interesting video! I am HU a newb and I was happy to see that I would play a lot of those spots in a very similair fashion.

12:43 - K7o - isn't this hand simply too good on A94o to fold even vs a 2/3 bet? It feels to me like we are folding way too much here. Are we calling worse hands that have better potential on later streets? Like, are we calling K2-K5o over K7? How about hands like T8dd?

18:55 - J8 - I prefer checking over betting. We do have some SD value and have an easy x/call. I think we have plenty of bluffs to choose from like non-spade J, 9x and random undercards with a spade. We just might be overbluffing here, especially since we'd 3-bet pre- a lot of the combos that make up the value range Where am I making a mistake in my reasoning?

Sept. 8, 2017 | 8:43 a.m.

hey Felipe, very interesting video to say the least!

I would like to ask you about the hand no. 3, you are saying there that a hand like A5ss is great here for a check-raising range because we are not blocking QJ/KQ/KJ hands that he is gonna stab a lot there and fold to a check raise. Well, since we are ahead of all these hands + having him on dirty outs with our FD + having a redraw if he pairs up on the turn, isn't A5ss in this spot a hand with which we would prefer for the villain to continue (either call down or check-shove turn for instance) and NOT fold him out on the flop?


Aug. 28, 2014 | 5:22 p.m.

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