SOMETIMES YOU WIN, SOMETIMES YOU LEARN [Poker Strategy]

- February 26, 2017

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  • Nice Video Flixx, here's a couple of thoughts:
    1) As you say, people struggle on studies and reaching higher thought process. A short example to illustrate what I mean by taking the A5ss hand:

    A)"Call pre seems standard", "Call pre seems loose"
    Whereas it's fine to have these thoughts at first when you learn poker (or ingame when you basically have 10 seconds for each decision, it's definitely not where you want to go in 2017 when reviewing hands. Games have developed and it's possible to do better than that.

    B) "Our equity is ?% vs his range preflop and with our pot odds we need 34% to call. If ? is > 34% and we don't "underrealize" equity postflop, we should call here.

    I hope it's clear that B) is more relevant and it's telling us exactly what we have to do next to find out what the better decision is. There's really nothing you can do guys beside going into the LAB, take out Equilab/OddsOracle/Solver to get an accurate answer. Empirically, you can also filter through large databases.

    2) I like that you mentioned that it's important to accept that 1 hand in isolation never matters, especially in a cash games.

    3) Whether you call or fold A5ss on the river does not matter nearly as much for your overall strategy. There's only 1 combination of that exact 2pair, whereas if you called the next hands slightly below that [A2cc,A2dd,AJo,A9o], it starts to matter much more because it's such a large part of your "get to river range".

    You have better hands in your range (KJs, AQ,TT,ATs), so it's not a tragedy if you fold this one if your opponent is underbluffing. Given the river size(66%) &board texture (2 flushdraws to protect against), I think ruling out AK/a weaker "value-shove" completely would be a small mistake for unknown villains and not blocking any heart/9 while blocking some sets and better 2pairs would lean me towards calling.

    Andreas Froehli Poker - 9 months ago

  • wenn Du ihn preflop reraist zb auf 90 oder besser hast du fold Equity aber in 70 Prozent der Fälle wirst Du mit einer schönen Hand wie k j s gekallt.

    Sebastian Wolf - 4 months ago

  • More videos like that !! Please!😊

    ch - 9 months ago

  • in the video... you say you have clients. Please send me some info. Im interested. Thanks

    MARCELO ANDRES FLORES - 9 months ago

  • Thank you . today I lost 10 dollars of my bankroll. I on micro stakes. I am so tilt .... I have 100 $. I Will watch your challange vídeos.

    WtfmanLol PT - 9 months ago

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