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folding JJ’s pre flop with that 3 bet is a horrible play – in the
microstakes players are horrible and alot of times make dumb raises with
A-K never folding that preflop on micro
Isn’t it a good idea to place a ‘blocker-bet’ at the river situation with
the AJs? Your opponent probably puts you on a pair/flushdraw and I think
it’s very likely that he will bluff on a card like a king. Also one of your
tips was that betting at scarecards is more often thant not the good way to
play. (I’m pretty new to poker, so please tell me if I’m saying something
stupid here :p) Really usefull video, Thanks
Yes I am confused about the hand with pocket jacks as well. Reason being
that especially on a six max table there are very low chances that you are
even up against another pocket pair much less a pair bigger than jacks,
although I can see how at best you are still up against over cards facing a
13x raise from the sb…….
part 2 and 3 see on his onw page meantioned above
this is probably the best video I saw on low stakes ,thank you for such
good tips! u remove 30% of my tough spots and hard decisions if part 2&3 is
going to remove the rest of it I would kill to see. Great job and thank
you, it is appreciated .
what this guy doens’t understand he says you want to get value for your
hand he could have flush draw straight draw a pair etc. Well they don’t
call they raise these days so it puts your one pair in bad spots. I check
back and bet turn if they check again. If they fire i just all and call
river keeping pot small bluff catching or losing a small pot.
ok interesting. so what would you call/shove here? would AKo, AKs, QQ be in
this range? how would you play these here? would a 4-bet shove be
considered? i just thought it was kind of nitty to fold JJ. what is your
main consideration here. is it your holding, player type, stack size or a
combo of all. would you fold if this player had an abnormally high vpip or
you knew was a calling station or spaz fish?
Where’s part two?
A lot of donk replys on here all good spots to fold
with the A10 suited why didnt u raise at the turn or even preflop u are
placing yourself in quite difficult spots because his range is VERY wide..
and this was a example 2 barrels u call and 3rd barrel u dont know what to
do and folded thann
‘lol range of Pocket AA QQ KK JJ 22 and 7x ‘, really? if u put someone on
such ranges which i find ridiclous its btter to 3bet preflop to NARROW the
folding jacks there is lol
Dude,this vid is realy super,thank you
with pocket jj at 8 min in, wouldn’t you still call as you have position?
Excellent video – and excellent voice. In general, other poker videos speak
Great video mate, thanks
do you play at the microstakes? At no point in the video was the phrase ”
microstakes players only” used. Do you speak english? Watch the video
again. More likely you will hear “The average microstakes player”, “The
overwhelmling likelyhood”, “usually” and ” in general”. Everything said in
the video is true, for the most part. Microstakes players rarely bluff and
if they do they do it incorrectly and in bad spots. You watch free poker
training videos then take trash. Shame on you.
Good video, would like to see you finish the series
The less than full stack makes me assume the player is a passive fish. If a
passive player makes aggressive moves something is up. I doubt a
microstakes player who isnt even playing a full stack is thinking about
3betting light from out of position against a UTG openers range in order to
rep a monster. More information about tendencies vpip , calling station ,
spaz fish i would change my action. A calling station likes to call so when
he 3bets then you gotta ask yourself wh
You folded nearly every hand. Betting then folding a raise every time will
lose you a lot of money in the long run. I don’t know how many times I’ve
raised preflop, c-bet and folded on the river to a reraise. I lost a lot of
chips this way, bad play imo. You need to fold sooner than later, don’t
chase and bet bigger to steal in most draw cases.
I sometimes would Jam my JJ over his 3bet but I wouldnt think it would be a
overly profitable move in this situation because the hands he 3bet preflop
and are calling my shove most likely have alot of equity against pockets
jacks. The problem is the players stack size. Again this example gives very
little information about what the villians tendancies were so im just
saying how i would play this given the average microstakes player who i
assume is a fish.
The 5th card that’s dealt out is the river, not the turn.
lol 50 % of players are bluffers this is begginner info want my 5mins of
excellent material and thought processes. definately moving this over to my
favorites list to view again on future streets…lol. i play micro-stake
stt’s so the general feel and play is similar to micro-rings with the
exception of the end game which is played much differently due to icm
ranges opening up wider and not much flop play is involved. but i’m trying
to open my game up a bit in the earlier stages of these games because i
feel the overly nitty play isn’t always the best approach.
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