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I would like to see some top players come together and provide a 1 hour video that helps SSNL players, who know some basics have their ABC profitable games, but are looking to take their game to the next level.

Say you had to start over as a successful player now at highstakes, you could play a few hours every day, but you only could study for 1 hour a day, what would this hour consist off, what would the ingredients be, would you spend this whole hour going over your own game and working on balance and where you aren't playing well, would this be 30mins that and 30mins looking at your opponents and analyzing them looking to where you can set up your range better to play better against them? I am just looking for some kind of structured approach, you hear everywhere study, analyze, watch videos, sure but what would you think work most efficient towards a great poker player if he had only 1 hour to spend on studying each day. 

This would be a great 1 hour video!

March 15, 2014 | 8:05 a.m.

Please change your mind and do this:

Say you had to start over at low stakes, you know your ABC stuff, but you only had 1 hour each day to study and improve your game. What would this 1 hour look like? I would get an elite membership if that video was made!

March 14, 2014 | 4:52 p.m.

This has probably been asked a lot already, but why can't we see results from coaches who produce videos? 

Jan. 18, 2014 | 4:14 p.m.

Thanks again for chipping in on my thread! Nice post Zenfish, I definately felt the trade off in the situation, and sure every action has merits. Like I leaned more towards flatting because all players behind we're fish, but at the same time, if they like their hand they will cold call the 3bet anyways. So I think it is probably better to 3bet in this spot in the end, since my point of isolating the regular. The move might be an isolation move in a vacuum, but obviously if there are loose players behind who just cold call your 3bets, there isn't much real isolation going on there. So that works against the point of isolating a regular with fish behind, and it goes against the point of flatting to keep the fish in. Conclusion for me personally: 3bet for monnies and honeys!

Jan. 17, 2014 | 8:13 a.m.

Thanks for replies guys, much appreciated. I am only 3k hands into PLO so very new to the game, at the time I was playing the hand I knew preflop was a standard 3B, but when there we're 3 fishes behind me I didn't see why I should 3B isolate a regular and potential push out fish with a hand that plays great for a multi-way pot in PLO. 

I do agree that betting the turn myself is better, at the time I wasn't sure if I could really value bet my hand there. I see people checking down with 2pair a lot on 25 PLO zoom.

Conversor use is just the one from RIO.

Thanks again!

Jan. 15, 2014 | 7:42 a.m.

BN: $24.39
SB: $30.81
BB: $16.61
UTG: $26.63
HJ: $25
CO: $51.97 (Hero)
Preflop ($0.35) (6 Players)
Hero was dealt 7 A K A
UTG raises to $0.50, HJ folds, Hero calls $0.50, BN calls $0.50, SB folds, BB folds
Flop ($1.85) 2 9 Q (3 Players)
UTG bets $1.77, Hero calls $1.77, BN calls $1.77
Turn ($7.16) 2 9 Q 4 (3 Players)
UTG checks, Hero checks, BN bets $3.12, UTG calls $3.12, Hero raises to $19.34, BN raises to $22.12, and is all in, UTG folds, Hero calls $2.78

Jan. 14, 2014 | 9:12 a.m.

Great video. Liked the pokerstove part yeah, even though it is kinda boring but very important as well. Looking forward to part 2 

June 26, 2013 | 12:06 a.m.

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