I've seen that in 5.14 with AKo and 8.48 with KJo you double barrel 1/2 OTT, is it kind of an exploit towards the pool because not really "gto", do you recommend to use smaller bet in these spots instead of at least 3/4 in value?
Aug. 29, 2020 | 12:28 p.m.
Awesome thanks ! Do you think this is a good idea trying to move up the stakes playing zoom (I am struggling to beat z50) instead of reg tables ?
Is it possible to learn and be successful in zoom and moving up the stakes or we should hardly stick to reg tables?
Aug. 27, 2020 | 12:56 a.m.
Hi Akshar, great video, any way to get your HUD?
Aug. 21, 2020 | 7:17 p.m.
I will play this challenge on stars, z50 only 2 tabling.
The plan is to really focus on A-game, think about the hands deeply and meditate 5 minutes before every session.
I'll make some updates in this blog to track my results.
Starting BR : 2,5K USD
Here are my goals:
[ ] Increase my win rate up to 5bb/100 in 100k hands sample
[ ] Meditate 5 minutes before every session
[ ] 2 tables max of zoom
[ ] Training with aggregated reports, pio and simple gto trainer 30 min per day at least
[ ] Make a 7.5k$ BR to shot NL100
Last 140K hands played:
Recent $ graph:
Aug. 21, 2020 | 5:55 a.m.
On your post named:
"m2 - You Should Probably Stop Playing Zoom"
I mean, you said all which needed to be say.
Why people still play a HUGE amount of hands a month at NL2 to NL25 at a very small winrate or breakeven player?
Isn't more interesting playing 2 or 3 normal 6 max tables just to focus on A-game? This is more interesting to get a higher winrate, increase skill in general to reach higher limit step by step?
Even if you decrease your volume of hands played a month but gain some BB/100, is the choice not better to stop zoom?
Why everyone is making "blogs" zoom poker? I mean, 90% of the blogs I see on twoplustwo are made of zoom players.
What do you think about that?
Can we really consider climbing stakes one by one by making a less amount of hands in a month with a bigger winrate? Is it worth?
Oct. 1, 2019 | 11:19 a.m.
I'm living in Belgium and so the choice of the rooms are pretty small as we only have bwin.com and pokerstars.com which are active with a large pool of players.
Recently as you certainly know bwin (partypoker) has changed a lot of things and now the export of hand history is no more available.
All the trackers are then completely useless and the only thing we can check is our BR...
So I would like to know if you thing this is still a good idea to grind on this soft (I am playing NL10-NL25) atm.
Sure this is bad as there is no more HUD and trackers to work on my game but there's some good thing on the other part:
-Other players cannot exploit us neither on their proper HUD
-It's good to only focus on the action and to take notes, I thing this is another good option instead of checking HUD everytime
-Mayby more recreational players will come
-There's a better rakeback offer
I don't know If I should give it a try or staying on Pokerstars as always where there's no rakeback and of course pretty large pool with the HUD available
Sept. 27, 2019 | 7:41 a.m.
I just saw your results of the month so if you're playing z200, did you really lost almost 20 buy'ins in 5k hands at the start of the month?
How do you manage keeping a good poker/motivation even when being in a such downswing.
How often do you look at your results during the month?
Any tips how to keep calm when loosing so much in a short sample like this?
I'm 7 buy'ins down since the start of the month and I'm already frustrated.
my redline is anormaly tumbling down and I really hate that...
Aug. 5, 2019 | 11:21 a.m.
Could you please tell me why using HM2? Is it better than PT4 or H2N in term of stats, filter, etc...?
What BRM do you recommend playing at lower stakes (zoom 25, zoom 50) for a regular player (40 buy-ins, 50, 100?)
July 22, 2019 | 11 a.m.
May I please get any help about that?
July 19, 2019 | 1:26 p.m.
Are you talking about the 50$ "from the ground up" course?
I think I'll get it too if you're telling this is the that good :)