Like in title Playing mostly 500nl and then 200nl when games are bad.
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April 1, 2021 | 12:35 a.m.
The problem Felipe is that your'e trying to exploit something that you don't know exists. You're assuming hes checking all his 9x and playing a balanced check raise strategy. But when you think about it its actually reasonably likely that your opponent leads 9x often as your range looks capped at AJ/AQ so he doesn't want to risk it going c/c.
I think this is just a spot where we should try to play gto and definitely have a vbetting range on the river and just respond by calling down with an unexploitable frequency against a check/raise. It's just too tough to soul read this spot imo.
Dec. 18, 2015 | 1:29 a.m.
Hey Brian, just thought id say that I feel the zen poker website is a little cluttered. It wasnt very smooth to navigate for me.
Feb. 5, 2015 | 11:03 a.m.
I havnt watched this video yet but I think tyler is the second best nl instructor we have behind sauce.
I think the reason people have reacted negatively to this video is because the earlier zoom series that tyler did was pretty kick ass for the most part.
I think the best vids tyler does are live play with a crev breakdown of an interesting spot at the end of the vid.
Oct. 10, 2014 | 1:05 a.m.
Im 3betting a more linear range vs this villain in this spot so i guess that makes AK my go to bluff hand. However I want to look at this spot as more of an exploit and my question is do you guys think this villain is likely folding enough of his range on brick rivers? Is this the type of villain that you would look to punish with 3barrels and get out of line against on low boards when his range is capped?
Aug. 15, 2013 | 8:25 a.m.
What do you think about barreling off this hand vs a weak looking reg with low wtsd? I think its probably an exploit as we have turned diamonds to bluff with but villain looks like the type to fold most of his PPs on a lot of rivers. My read on villain is purely stat based so i would like your opinion.
Would you jam any river once you bet the turn or would you only do it on 9 or higher?
Villain 22/18/raise btn 48%/fold v 3b 56%/fold v cbet 43/wtsd 22/wwsf 43% - 8k hands
Aug. 15, 2013 | 12:24 a.m.
Our hand seems pretty strong but this particular villain isnt getting too out of line with 3bets & he hasnt been barreling the river much over a pretty small sample. He needs to be getting out of line frequently on a river that doesnt seem to get bluffed a ton by the population. I also dont think we need to call all our KQ combos to be unexploitable in this spot.
Would you ever fold
Villain 28/21/3bet 8%/3bet vs btn 10%/cbet 65-57-33/wwsf 47 - 2.1k hands
Aug. 15, 2013 | 12:13 a.m.
Villain 26/20/3bet 9%/fold vs cbet 45/wwsf 48 - 1k hands
Whats the sizing plan here on brick rivers? I feel like bombing turn and river folds out too much Kx and isolates us against flushes.
Were basically targetting 3 combos of KTo and 2 combos of TT with a diamond. I think any weaker hands are folding to most betsizes.
Also, would our plan change when BB is a fish?
Aug. 9, 2013 | 12:02 a.m.
Wondering if this situation could be a spot where we want to overbet our whole range to simply win the pot more?
We get to the river with alot of strong hands but villain will also show up with KT KJ AQ given his line. Would it make sense to turn our weaker sdv into a bluff and overbet the river with our whole range?
If this doesnt make sense could someone briefly explain where i missed the point.
Aug. 8, 2013 | 11:31 p.m.
villain 48 / 30 / 3bet 17 - 50 hands - fish
My experience is that fish are bluffing alot when they donk shove Axx flops in big pots but since this is a 4bet pot, im readless on the fish and he only made it half pot, i think its pretty close?