How selective do we need to be with suited Axxx (nutsuit) when we RFI in the CO? It's one category I didn't see covered in the video. I think it's probably a leak of mine that I open too many disconnected Axxxs without enough high card value. Any rules of thumb that could help me?
June 9, 2021 | 9:58 a.m.
I used to be a decent winner at 100 and 200pl online a few years ago. I took a complete break from poker to follow other opportunities, but feel like getting back into some low stakes action and hopefully work back up to a place I can make a little side income. I've been completely out of the poker loop for close to 5 years and I'm sure the games have become less and less attractive over time. I'm fully prepared to be completely out of my depth if I were to jump straight back into 100pl so I plan on starting super low (10pl) and seeing how things go. So my question is: would anyone be able to recommend a particular RIO video maker or a video series that would be perfect for getting a player like me up to speed with the current game?
I'm also thinking about starting on RIO poker since I hear Stars basically did away with rewards and honestly I just want to support RIO as it's trying to do something great for the game. If you have any thoughts on that also I'd love to hear them.
Thanks for any advice!
May 3, 2019 | 2:02 p.m.
Since the hand converter doesn't want to hide names, I'll link instead:
Being fairly new to 200nl zoom, I don't have any particularly valuable info on either villain.
I opt to 4bet both spots because of the min open in hand 1, and the smallish 3bet from the CO in hand 2, leaving me to believe both could be 3betting with a wider value range.
I don't really have a clue how to proceed when called on either flop. I feel like in both spots betting only gets called by better, and checking turns my hand face up.
I'm guessing my range is strong enough that I should just c/f these hands, as it's hard for me to show up with worse. Maybe that's totally dumb, let me know