Another great video!
I was curious about how much of a range or nut advantage we actually have on the last hand. Our opponent will have all the sets assuming he slowplays AA sometimes, nearly all Axs, many larger offsuit Ax, and all the Axs 2 pairs as well.
We don't have nearly all the Ax combos he does, we don't have 22 and depending on how polar our 3bet strat is, we may not have A9s.
It feels like we don't range cbet here. Perhaps we cbet more polar and for a larger sizing.Thoughts?
Sept. 17, 2019 | 1:29 a.m.
Great analyses chris.
At 31:00 you advocate overcalling with 2nd pr and a gutter. With 2 opponents and the sb calling the cbet and with a flush draw out this seems to diminish our eq so wouldn't folding be a bit more prudent?
At 38:30 if the checkraiser were a more solid opponent how do you proceed with the nfd? If we jam assuming the check raiser never folds and the cbettor alway folds, we don't quite have the eq unless we are 100% certain our ace outs are also good.
Sept. 14, 2019 | 1:48 a.m.
At 40:10 we cr k5 on kk8 then cc the T on the turn. If we are sure enough in worse hands calling us on our flop cr then i don't understand the cc on the turn. If we had bluffs here we should want to barrel them, so why not barrel this hand that we were sure enough to cr the flop with? K5 doesn't seem strong enough to want to cr the flop a lot especially if we don't want to barrel for value.
Sept. 4, 2019 | 11:22 p.m.
Does it ever make sense to chk back flop some freq in the last hand as we have some sdv and we keep worse kx and qx in and let opp bluff sometimes on the turn and river?
That last hand seemed more of a leveling "princess bride poison cup" old school hand rather than the gto battle one would expect at those stakes.
Aug. 30, 2019 | 11:29 p.m.
Excellent video. Well put together and easy to understand the concepts you are presenting.
I feel video length should be as long as you need them to be to present the concepts you are trying to teach. It should be fluid and not some forced hard number.
Aug. 20, 2019 | 12:11 a.m.
Great video as usual daniel. At 26:30 facing a hj open we have qtss on btn with 27bb. You say we could sometimes rip here. Can we ever have a normal 3bet/call and 3bet/fold rng with 27bb? It seems like this would give us greater flexibility as well as protect our stack rather than just a call or jam strat.
Aug. 9, 2019 | 11 p.m.
You talk about simplifying and not.having a cr rng as the pfr oop when very deep. At what point do you feel it is proper to incorporate a cr rng? 150bb eff? 100bb eff?
What if we are ultra deep, like 400bb,.can we reinstate a cr strat?
If we rng chk wet boards such as in the first hand and we don't cr at deeper stacks, then how are we playing hands like gutters with a bdfd and similar hands with no sdv where the only way to realize eq is to play aggresively?
On the. 2nd hand, if we have atcc are you still cbetting with the intent to get it in, or possibly incorporate a cr?
July 23, 2019 | 10:50 p.m.
I just meant similar to this video but taking a larger sample of a session and running through it in a replayer so we get a sense of overall strategy from different positions. The replayer allows for you to be more thorough in your analyses rather than a live session where you have to speed through your thought process. I hope that makes a little better sense.
July 23, 2019 | 9:28 p.m.
Excellent video and presentation. Instead of live sessions, perhaps you could take a session already played and go through it in a replayer to break down situations in more depth. Or perhaps take a live session in a replayer and filter for pots over a certain size or hands played oop.
July 23, 2019 | 5:51 a.m.
Excellent video as always. I think your pacing is great as well as you are allowing yourself to be thorough in your analyses and not worrying about ripping through as many hands as possible. It's also easier to have bb displayed instead of actual stack sizes. Thank you Daniel for all your great work.
July 4, 2019 | 12:02 a.m.
This was an excellent video and really helps to visualize and put in to use the spreadsheets from the other videos. Continuing this series would be great.
Definitely looking forward to the oop vs cold call video first though. I think oop as pfr can be difficult to play and anything you can provide on that would be huge. Thanks Mark.