Thanks. Nice, I’m glad we agree because you are a coach.
I want to try to save up 20,000 to 25,000 from online poker and then do 2-5 live at the casino.
If you or anyone else does not think 20,000$ To 25,000$ is a big enough bankroll to play 2-5 live let me know.
I am assuming after a year of study and playing a lot, I will be able to beat 2-5 live for 30-40,000$ in profit.
May 5, 2021 | 8:12 p.m.
I need to get this correct:
Jonathan little says a pretty solid/ good 10$ an hour 1-2$ live poker player needs 7500$ in their bankroll to play.
I am assuming he is not adding in 6 months worth of living expenses right?
Because he only says big blinds in the article.
He doesn’t mention living expenses.
Hopefully I am correct. I don’t want to waste months away since casinos let you play on your phone and IPad at the casino now.
Cliffs : Do we need 7500$ to be a live 1-2 pro
Or do we need 7500$ plus 6 months worth of expenses to be a live 1-2 poker “pro.”
May 4, 2021 | 2:08 a.m.
That was a gutsy turn barrell with middle set lol on the scare card 7 multi ways at 16 minute mark. 2 points about that as this video was great for my current poker environment.
One of those stacks is also a double stack once the 7 hits the turn.
Can this be an automatic check with a hand like QQ if one of the stacks is a double stack also?
This would be easier to double barrell the 10-10 on a more pro day right/ a non weekend?
I have heard that if you are new to a stake, that playing with a double stack is bad. Lets say I move up to 50 NL, soon, and I get a double stack.....can it be fine to leave yourself with a double stack on the weekend to generate more action, especially at your normal stake?
Nice comment on database vs pio importance also. Thanks. It gave me a lazy day Monday study idea. At 19:57 i think we could turn our hand into a check raise bluff but we probably want J-x to bluff more so we can unblock Q-x;. If this sounds horrible let me know. I know youre future ev is massive here so its obviously ok to pass it up.
Thanks if u get time 2 answer, nice video.
March 6, 2021 | 5:54 p.m.
solid video with good insights. Would you say opponents still slowplay sets on 6-3-2 at like .25 and ..50 ignition zoom when you squeezed the 89ss?
What program do you use that allows us to see the opponents whole cards after the hands are played of course??? Message me if you feel like sharing and you dont want to post on forum. You can reply here too ha.
I know OPM used to work but it stopped running. Really liked the check after 3betting qk on q-j-9.
Cant always do it, but it also lets us realize our domination equity range vs range interAction wise in these no HUD and no screen name games.
i LIKE THE 2-4-5 check too because villian will float us light alot.
March 5, 2021 | 8:43 p.m.
Ok thanks for the quick response man. Good advice. I play in weird games though ha.
Ignition poker 25 and 50 NL. Kind of soft games, but there are no usernames so players do deviate from normal and they can over call quite a bit.
March 4, 2021 | 12:05 p.m.
Hi Henry. Nice video; I am wondering...sure it says to range bet AQo on 8-5-3 rainbow, but at a lower stake than 1-2...like .25 and .50...and especially right now during the pandemic....do we lose more EV by range betting at lower stakes?
Its fine if you cannot answer....the games are very good right now, so my study time is lower and my grind time is high.
March 3, 2021 | 4:10 p.m.
Mods, if this is not allowed just message me.
Jan. 24, 2020 | 2:05 a.m.
Good Video...How did you get the hole cards shown for Ignition? There used to be a program called holdem manager or something that allowed us to see them when watching replay.
Send me a message if you do not want people to know it.
Oct. 9, 2019 | 3:39 p.m.
If our equities are so good on ace high boards here, then why do you guys think Pio solver is telling us to only cbet aj2ss, a97 rainbow and a54 rainbow 52, 32 and 59% ? The ranges in the doc and in pio are very similar.
June 1, 2019 | 9:57 p.m.
Nice video. If you care to elaborate: On 9-4-2ss do you agree more with your assumption that our check raise should be higher, or would you tend to side with the solvers check raise range in a harder game like 2-5 zoom?
Also, in this spot, it would be more important to throw in check raises with cards under a 9
May 22, 2019 | 10:45 p.m.
If you feel like elaborating, can you explain a little more about in hand one on why your KJ, which blocks villians blufffs of course, is a better hand to bluff the river with than a busted flush draw?
May 16, 2019 | 6:55 p.m.
NH. As played i think this is more of a river sizing question, I think 14.5 bb river bet is better with more history and maybe 9k-11k is better with less history depending on interaction intervals but its a nice question to ponder.
On the turn, we are supposed to barrel here 60%. I think you made the right play and bought the showdown correctly. Vs the sb, thats where it can be more of a check as their range is alot more linear.