Thank you Tyler! I think that exploit can work very well indeed vs this player type
Jan. 18, 2019 | 4:11 p.m.
Just fabulous! we only got to see a handful of hands but you go so deep with them that there is so much value here. Talking about exploits, reexploits etc etc Thank you!
One question about the Q3o hand , first hand of the video
How will you approach this spot vs a loose recreational player who is willing to float these boards with a very wide range vs these small bets. I guess it really depends what villains tendency are. My concern vs those types is that I end up cbetting and then check/folding turns too much
Jan. 18, 2019 | 11:20 a.m.
Alright so yesterday I tried this out and I must say I found myself being able to sleep much quicker! I did 30 min before bed no screentime and some light exercise to get the blood flowing. Then I did some meditation technique focused on breathing and labeling thoughts. I realize the problem is mostly that I allow myself to wander off into thinking way way too much when trying to get some sleep. I have to get used to still the mind and enjoy the silence. Words are very powerful indeed, peace, calm worked for me as well as well as silence, bliss, tranquil, relax, enjoy.
I will keep practicing and think it can only get better from here, Thanks again!
Also I'm looking forward to try your guided meditation when it becomes available!
Jan. 12, 2019 | 1:44 p.m.
Thank you for this great series;
39min, Table 3, AcKs we XC XC XX on KcTh3c Qd 4c
What if Anzar would bet this river ?
Would this be a good hand to x/raise bluff ?
On the one hand it seems to be great combination since we block AJ,Axcc combo's. Trying to get villain to fold KQ,KT ? But we see villain xback a set so he's probably not betting those then either. So then a x/raise would probably be bluffing with the best hand , although i'm not sure where the bluff from Anzar would come from. What are you thought about this spot when we would face a river bet ?
Jan. 12, 2019 | 1:34 p.m.
Woah so I take it the people who played this bot get their money back like stars gives money back to players, oh wait this is ACR
Jan. 10, 2019 | 10:15 p.m.
Lovely video as always! Thanks a lot!
Sleep is really important thing indeed, one thing I only notice is that sometimes its hard falling asleep. Especially after a deep run or you are full of ideas after working on some strategy stuff. The things you mentioned helps but do you have any other techniques to fall asleep quickly when you need to ?
Jan. 10, 2019 | 10 p.m.
Little complicated but interesting idea. I think a MU staking deal with a few adjustment can be good to solve the issues with the traditional system tho.
1.) performance based splits,this is where its 50/50 for the first x amount of $ then 60/40 for the next x etc
2.) Pre net winnings profit splits. This is for when stakee is in MU for example 25% of future in MU winnings will be split and 75% go's to paying of the MU. This insures that stakee get's paid for playing well. It will be easier to handle mentaly. Obv this only works with winning players. Lets say month 1 stakee is in debt, month 2 is a profitable month, for this month 25% of winning get split 50/50, and rest 75% go's to paying of the MU.
Dec. 22, 2018 | 2:40 p.m.
Awesome! Impressive results sir! Merry Christmas!
Dec. 21, 2018 | 7:59 p.m.
Awesome Podcast ^^
01:10 – Remko recaps the Day 1 action of Super High Roller Bowl V, going over the bustouts and big stacks heading into Day 2.
03:32 – The start of the interview with Phil Galfond.
4:20 – How does Phil Galfond balance all the things he has going on in his life right now? Does he miss playing, and can he still keep up?
7:43 – Can Phil Galfond still measure himself against the best in the world if he put his mind to it, and is GTO play making poker not only harder to beat but also less interesting to watch?
13:03 – What does Phil Galfond think that needs to happen in order for online poker to flourish again and for Run it Once Poker to be a success?
17:45 – Can Run It Once Poker save high stakes online cash games?
22:00 – Phil Galfond shares his thoughts on the influence of training videos on the online poker landscape.
26:32 – Phil Galfond’s rise through the ranks and how different things were back when he started playing, and who had the most influence on his game?
29:20 – Tom Dwan: The most creative player Phil has ever played against and talked to.
32:55 – What was the X-factor that turned Phil Galfond into one of the best players in the world?
36:02 – When did Phil Galfond reach his peak versus the rest of the field and what it was like playing the biggest stakes in live games?
39:40 – Was live poker intimidating at the same big stakes he was playing online?
42:30 – Phil Galfond’s first WSOP bracelet win: Was it a big deal to one of the best online cash game players?
44:30 – How did Phil’s family deal with their son choosing poker as a profession, and what was it like to have money at an early age?
47:30 – Phil Galfond on Mixed Games.
53:55 – The landscape of live mixed games, the big bet mix, Bobby’s Room and why it has lots of room to grow.
1:01:30 – Poker is gaining popularity again lately, what’s Phil Galfond’s take on it and how will he reach a large audience?
1:06:30 – Phil Galfond’s outlook on 2019.
Dec. 19, 2018 | 12:17 p.m.
27:10 64cc on Qs3s2c , what do you think about x/r ?
How do you construct your xr range in that spot ?
I think this is one of the hands we could x/r because of the bdfd we can barrel additional turns + our gutshot equity, I also think that BTN could stab this one wide but I don't play these games so idk really.
Dec. 16, 2018 | 2:04 p.m.
Awesome mate! Indeed you can find a lot of good idea's in these books on how to think about fear.
As for your situation it can be hard finding the balance how to spend your time and I suggest to look deeply and pick the right balance that you are happy with.
Dec. 15, 2018 | 10:25 p.m.
3:14, KJss on J98cc is there not a case to be made for protection betting ?
You say you cant get weaker to call but perhaps TT esp with a club or AK with a club could call ?
6.40 77 you go for 25% rvr bet, could you explain the idea behind that a little bit ? Do you aim to get AK to call ? Or do you want to block villain from making a bigger bet ?
Dec. 15, 2018 | 7:19 p.m.
If you have this often it could come from the conscious or unconscious pain you experience from losing pots or getting bluffed. In that your brain associates folding these kinds of spots as losing or getting bluffed and as painful so you get the incentive to do avoid this and do something else which would be calling off. This is of course tricky because at first glance folding loses you the pot so its easy to associate that with losing, but I'm sure you understand that poker does not work that way. You'd need to rewire your brain by re-associating folding these kinds of spots with making correct decision and +EV decision compared to calling. I suggest to challenge yourself to fold these kinds of spots for the duration of a week for example, knowingly that you might overfold some spots but just fold and then see if you experience any better results after that period you can go back into stationing if you find those results to be better (: