i have a short question about the Unselective Cbetting or merged Cbetting strategy. In the course it says on boards where btn retains a big advantage we want to bet very often with a small size. So for example on q,7,2 i would bet small with a,7 and 7,8 and q,q. and because i also bet q,q small i can then bluff catch/raise for value right? So my small sizes will be protected by also betting my very strong hands small right? But if i know villian is very sticky and nearly never folds can i then switch to exploit mode and start betting my strongest hands larger and for value?
thanks and regards, tom :-)
March 12, 2019 | 7:27 p.m.
i did read some books about poker, i used to have a essential membership on rio, i bought some courses at bpc. i was in a study group and and and. But this is the first time i really understood a lot of the concepts you did explain. I know you probably getting paid well to do it, still i want to thank you here again, i think the video course is REALLY GREAT.
Have a nice day.
Grettings from austria, tom :-)
Feb. 26, 2019 | 12:53 p.m.
Hy Steve, i was wondering if i could send you my HM2 database.
I'm mostly playing 10nl zoom now :-)
my database has around 240.000 hands
45000 hands at 2nl winning at somehting like 9bb/100
48000 hands at 4 nl winning at something like 10bb/100
38000 hands at 5nl zoom winning at 5bb/100 and
30000 hands at 10nl zoom winning at 5bb/100
also 100.000 hands an 10nl non zoom loosing at -2bb/100
maybe you are interested would be great for me to find some more leaks in my game.
thanks for all the content :-)
April 13, 2017 | 1:35 p.m.
hey phil would be great if u sometimes could let us know at which stakes you are likely to meet players that think at a certain level for example at the end of the video when u explain the concept about the 7,7,6,a hand what do you think at which stakes do people start to defent their range or even think about it. just some general assumptions would be nice. thx tom