when i say he always has AK here, its a simplification of " when i saw a situation like this my mind and all the intuition i get thank to my experience tell me he always has AK here."
I totally agree with you, say " always or never" in poker is a bad statement.
I promise you that I dont think like that .)
True, if he never calls AK, bet is useless. Play on NL100 mosty in winamax, and it s a field I assume some people of theme (weaker reg) are gonna call me.
Also , in he multiway pot, when you have JJ, you told us its boarder and it can be mixing by calling and folding.
But with the range we squeezed here do we have a worth combo of this ?
JJ is 2outers , not clean, 1 guy left behind us, blocking vilain s bluff. Seems to be a really terrible call, without the fact that people tent to underbluff in multiway pot (espcially on this kind of situation, when spr is around 2.
am I misunderstading something ?
Didnt said in my last message, but really like your video, not particulary this one, but some of theme are better than 80% NLHE elite content imo.
Sept. 10, 2019 | 4:30 p.m.
Against weaker regular in 4bet pot, at 11:30 , why you only play a block turn and x river strat ?
The way he played his hand just tell us he has AK all the time, dépending of his 4bet frequencies with AK, but why you dont jam QQ otr ? He Always has AK here.
I know it seems im RO, but since a review those lines in my database, Im taking a very agressive line and shoving JJ+ . Never see a vilain call me with AA,KK when I identified him like a weaker/abc regular.
What do you think of it ? Of course if he never calls AK, our play is bad, but sometimes see regular who are leveling, and think it seems a weak play because they have a range advantage blabla..
Sept. 10, 2019 | 8:08 a.m.
Woops, I forgot the turn waw the As,
so its the same question if there was a K or a Q or any other card(not coutain 6,9,J,A), and suppose that you are Always checking this hand.
Should you bluff ? What about frec etc...etc..
Sept. 1, 2019 | 5:56 p.m.
I really enjoy your content , thanks !
Dont check pio, but 65s 67s or A6s seems to better combo for bluffing than QTs just for RRE issues (range removal effect).
I noticed that you dont 3bet 87s, and i think its the same thinking process for both 67s and 65s, (or maybe you 3bet those for board coverage ? It doesnt seem very good at those position but i can be wrong).
So, do you bluffing A6s in this spot or checking for sdv ? At a certain frequency ? OR depending on nonblocking BDFD or stuff like that ?
My english is always improving :)
Sept. 1, 2019 | 5:28 p.m.
Jeff_ Someone who has poker for his own activity and live thank to poker.
We already know that 15% of poker players are winning, but how many are pros ? That the question ?
Aug. 28, 2019 | 11:21 a.m.
Hi, I'm a french poker player, and I'd never find this information yet.
Does someone have an estimation ?
Pro player in highstackes vs midstackes ? MTT vs cash game ? live online ? Are there more Professional for 5/6 years ago than nowaday ?
Or is it too hard to estimate that ?
Aug. 19, 2019 | 7:49 p.m.
Nice vid, Patricn I really like your content.
Agree with the comment on Snowie Content, it would be great to have review on it, or compare certain play with Monkey or PIO.
Also, it seems you have a good approach of poker, show your mistakes (ATs) at thr beginning of your first video shows us you are not a coach affraided to show his mistake.
Hope you understood my thought. Im french and ... english is improving ;).
Aug. 17, 2019 | 7:09 a.m.
Yes , i thought about it. Didnt finish what i wanted to say
When you look into x/r turn, its really often 3rd paired instead of 2nd pair..
In this spot , think that block 44 i more important than Q9 with a 9.
I Wasnt see BTN defending range.
As you surronded it, with a lot of 9x combos we dont have a "clean" dp is the other reason, and maybe the only one.
9T, 9J could be drawdead on
It could explain why we prefere to call K4 than
J9. You can be dominate, and you have reverses implied on a J, T, and all that stuff. OTR.
Also, you dont block a lot of value hand, and block combos of KJ, JT, J8 which can double barrel on the turn.
Even if we touch our K OTR and JT makes the straight, we still beat a lot of hand and dominate some of them.
Like Q9, Q4s, or KQ.
So the K when we have K4 for instance is cleaner than a J when we have J9.
If you look your defending range on a bb 3rd barrel, or reaction against a check you willl see a raise with some 4x hand, which are gonna be our bluff river most often.
Also, not calling 4x hand on a blank turn makes our ranges to strong and unbalanced river. Because we prefere to bluff 4x than JT T8 etc... For a question of removal effect.
Hope my english is in improvement.
Aug. 11, 2019 | 5:13 a.m.
(Hi, Yolan from France,)
What is the PF range for BB ? 3bet Q4s Q9s at some frequencies ? Dont think it changes a lot but it can explain that.
I see what you mean, I already look a spot btn vs bb , x flop , ovb2x pot bb and BTN only makes a play with 3rd. paired (raising a lot)
In your spot I think its because unlock potential 9x which have incentive to raise the flop (but I dont think its that).
The main raison for me is that 4x blocks more nuts combos (3combos of 44) which are gonna play agressive most of the time after a x/r OTT and OTR.
Q9 has less incentive to play aggressivly on later street than 44, because it blocks more 2barrels, 3barrels calling range.
99 shouldnt be often in the bb range (3bet pre),
What do you think of it ?
Aug. 10, 2019 | 10:41 p.m.
Others questions, at 18min, we see BB 5bet shove TT+ agaisnt Sb 4betting range and 77,66 at some frequencies, when I worked with preflop snowie range, I noticed this, can you explaij why the solver choose 77,66 to jam and not 99 or 88?
Do you think that include more on low sc one or 2 gappers like 56s 45s 68s when we are more deep (200bb deep for exemple) is a good strategies ? How our 3betting range impact ? when we are polar ? linear. ? Because of deeper we are, the more boardcoverage is important.
Aug. 8, 2019 | 9:49 p.m.
Thank for the vid ! Always a like !
I have an idea for a potential interesting video.
- How to react against big ovb ? Bb vs btn for example,
I ran some sim and I notice a lot of interesting spot when bb ovb 2x turn on certain types of run out vs x flop Ip.
Also, quick guide of when we have to bluff small pp to be balance in 3bet pot, OOP and IP.
That are some ideas, hope your understand my English!
Aug. 4, 2019 | 11:38 p.m.
On my top 10 videos RIO this year. Very condense and understandable. Great job !
For resume, as we already know and as you showed in the vid, the more more the ev difference between IP and OOP is higher (and better for IP obv) , the more IP player wants to polarized his bet and have a very decent frequencies of big bet, .
What is the limit of the ev advantage here for you ? : In a sense of What is the maximum sizing does PIO could do OTT during restrain a balanced strategies (2,5x 3x pot ?). Is it a question which depending almost only on SPR ?
A Young French Player ;)
July 8, 2019 | 10:18 a.m.
Hey ! Thanks for this vid !
i have a question for you :
(1st table, 37:00) As deep as you are (140bb), do you think raise 5x AQo in the bb is really good ? Because I think that when you are deep here, facing an open from the bouton you have more incentivies to develop a raising range witch doesn't contain a lot of unsuited combos.
I Don't know how do you construct your range but I presume that you have a polarised strat in the bb againt BTN, but is it more profitable to just have Ako on offsuit combos, and keeping AQo in our Calling range ?
A message from a Young French Poker Player ( an excuse for my English) :D