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How To Setmine Preflop | Poker Quick Plays
 
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This poker video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com Too many players make the mistake of setmining too often preflop. In this video you will learn what to consider BEFORE calling that small pocket pair. SplitSuit teaches us to consider stack sizes, who the open-raiser is, what our position is, and who the players left to act are. These are all very important but are often times overlooked by newer players. Use this video to get rid of -EV setmines in your game and increase your winrate. For more information on playing small pairs preflop check out this free video on ThePokerBank: http://www.thepokerbank.com/videos/splitsuit/baby-pairs/ ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 71973 The Poker Bank
Poker Science: Set Mining
 
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Professor Colin G. West explains when and why you should set mine, and when you just can't. Written by Colin G. West. Video editing and title animation by Aly West.
Views: 3798 The Poker Guys
Poker Statistics: Set Mining Odds
 
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Calculating the set mining odds required to play small pocket pairs profitably against certain ranges of hands. Finding a magic number for the odds that you should look to get, if you are purely set mining. Poker Replayer – http://www.pokerhandreplays.com/ PokerCruncher Expert – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pokercruncher-advanced-poker-odds-calculator/id294379237?mt=8 Pro’s on Set Mining – David Sklansky – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg2LOTRFXJo Andrew Robl and John Turner – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLR52ztK5Z0 Poker Bank – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzhEUQYGqpc Gavin Smith – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqnjasWRKjc
Views: 11298 Poker Statistician
Set Mining 101 - Poker Strategy Power Moves
 
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For more original poker content head to http://www.pokerlistings.com/ Set-mining is a powerful poker strategy move that you learn in just three minutes. It's great for beginner and intermediate players because it takes a lot of the guesswork out of playing low and medium pocket pairs. Set-mining refers to calling a raise with a pocket pair, with the main intention of trying to flop three of a kind. A set is another name for three of a kind and when you flop one, it's an opportunity to get paid big. The idea is, if your opponent raised with a big hand like pocket aces, it's going to be really tough for them to fold on a board that looks so safe. Set-mining is great for beginner and intermediate players because it makes your decisions on the flop really simple: If you don't flop a set you can shut down, if you do, try to get paid. When you get more experienced you'll realize that just because someone raises, it doesn't mean they always have a premium hand. And when you start calling with pocket pairs in position you'll learn that you don't always need to flop a set to win the pot. Sometimes your opponent will have raised with two big cards and will miss the flop completely. When you're in position with a pocket pair you can make your opponent fold overcards by betting, or get to the river and showdown the best hand. Follow PokerListings.com for more original poker content: ★★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PokerListings ★★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BattleofMalta ★★ Instagram: http://instagram.com/pokerlistings#
Views: 16721 PokerListings
Tony G vs Hoyt Corkins set mining strategy
 
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Set Farming - Poker Strategy
 
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How To Play Poker - Successful Set Mining
 
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Poker NL5 set mining
 
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How to win with small pocket pairs in poker?
 
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➤ Skype for our lessons or if you have any questions about us: academymanager3 How to win with small pocket pairs in poker? You may ask how difficult can playing small pocket pair be? You try to enter the game for cheap, wait for a set on a flop and grab the entire stack of your opponent. But it’s not all that simple. Before training may our trainees made serious mistakes while playing small pocket cards from twos to sixes. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Academypoker... Instagram: https://instagram.com/academy_poker Telegram: https://t.me/AcademyPoker
Views: 21 AcademyPoker.eu
3betting, Cbetting and Set Mining | Poker Q&A #209
 
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I answer 3 questions about studying and playing 3bet pots, improved cbetting through better understanding of range/board interaction and set mining. #poker #3bet #cbet Visit this episode’s show notes page: https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/qa-3betting-cbetting-and-set-mining-209/ Thank you so much for watching this podcast episode. If you’d like more audio goodness (including 2 weekly episodes that won’t appear on YouTube), subscribe to the Smart Poker Study Podcast in your favorite podcatcher. Please subscribe to my channel and ding the bell to be notified every time a new video hits the airwaves. Get more poker study and play strategies: http://www.smartpokerstudy.com Check out my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NrKcqv Support my show on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/smartpokerstudy
Views: 227 SmartPokerStudy
How To Plan A Poker Hand (Advanced Preflop Strategy) | SplitSuit
 
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"Preflop Planning" full video download and extras at: http://www.thepokerbank.com/videos/splitsuit/preflop-planning/ "Planning" is the next big step up from basic starting hand selection when it comes to preflop strategy. • Starting hand selection = choosing to play hands that are generally profitable from certain positions. • Planning = thinking about all the possible outcomes of different plays based on your starting hand, players left to act after you, logical reactions from them (and how you'd react to those), and position... then making the play with the set of greatest +EV outcomes. Planning obviously takes a bit more effort than straightforward starting hand selection, but that's why it's a more profitable approach to preflop play. Furthermore, with practice the entire process will become instinctive anyway. Preflop planning is basically a more advanced (and more profitable) form of starting hand selection. So instead of just looking at your cards and position, preflop planning includes thinking about how the hand could play out in different situations, and whether you can profit from those situations. You could just call it "thinking ahead", but hand planning and preflop planning are the more commonly used terms. Although this is titled as Preflop Planning, this video could easily be described as a video guide to playing before the flop in Texas Hold'em. SplitSuit covers all aspects of preflop strategy, including; opening, cold calling, set mining, raising, 3betting, 4betting, and there's even a dash of 5betting. All of these topics are covered using actual hand histories in the hand replayer. Released: 08 August 2011 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 134205 The Poker Bank
Set mining in poker
 
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This video is about set mining in poker
Views: 2376 PokerBrainiacs
Strategy: Set Mining with Jon Turner and Andrew Robl
 
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Card Player TV caught Jon Turner and Andrew Robl discussing set mining.
Views: 1495 CardPlayer
Floating the Flop to Bluff the Turn – Poker Strategy Power Moves
 
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For more original poker content head to http://www.pokerlistings.com/ Spend three minutes right now learning to float the flop in order to set up a sweet bluff on the turn in the latest Poker Strategy Power Moves video. Good fundamentals are important in poker but there are tons of special poker moves you can use to win more money. These days when a player raises before the flop, you can count on them making a continuation bet on the flop almost all the time. Because most starting hands miss the flop about two out of three times, you can catch those players continuation betting with really weak hands. Floating refers to calling their continuation bet on the flop with the intention of winning the pot by bluffing later in the hand. To float the flop successfully, make sure to remember these three things: #1 – Floating the flop works better when you're in position because you can pick up on your opponent's weakness if they check to you on the turn. #2 – This move is designed for heads-up pots so don't bother trying it if you're up against more than one opponent. #3 – You'll win more pots with this move if you use it against weaker players because they're less likely to bet again on the turn and the river. To float the flop successfully it's really important to know your opponent. Look for players who are opening a lot of pots and continuation betting every flop. A lot of players know they should be aggressive but have a hard time going beyond a preflop raise and one continuation bet. Follow PokerListings.com for more original poker content: ★★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PokerListings ★★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BattleofMalta ★★ Instagram: http://instagram.com/pokerlistings#
Views: 12102 PokerListings
Set mining in 3bet pots | hand history review
 
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I show you how to filter in your PokerTracker 4 database for set mining hands where you called the 3bet. This is an eye-opening filter that may show you where you're making mathematically incorrect calls preflop with small to medium pocket pairs (22-99). This video is a companion to MED Monday episode #37: https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/blog/minimum-effective-dose-monday-podcast-episodes/ Thank you so much for watching. Please subscribe to my channel and ding the bell to be notified every time a new video hits the airwaves. Get more poker study and play strategies: http://www.smartpokerstudy.com Check out my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2NrKcqv Support my show on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/smartpokerstudy
Views: 411 SmartPokerStudy
Why you Need to KEEP THE BETTING LEAD in Poker
 
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In this video New Team Gripsed Pro Alex Fitzgerald aka Assassinato breaks down why keeping the betting lead is so essential to win at poker, and how Sorel Mizzi used this tactic to become a pokerstar. Learn more from Alex: http://www.gripsed.com/alex 👍 More Info Below 👇 Watch Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU8gUF2oIRQ Poker Master Fundamentals Program ► https://www.gripsed.com/store/the-poker-master-fundamentals-program Poker Master Complete Program ► https://www.gripsed.com/store/poker-master-program --------------------------------------------------------- Full list of topics discussed in this poker training video include -Weighing cold calling vs 3-betting (maintaining the betting lead… and what happens to win-rate!) -Everyone who plays enough poker will get the same hands, whoever makes more money off them wins! -LEARN THIS 95% OF POKER PLAYERS DON’T MAKE MONEY, so avoid the typical and trendy plays (losing) -Most players are in the card room to gamble, they aren’t playing to win, they are playing to BELONG -If you’re playing to win… you’re not playing to be liked… and your approach is going to be very different -The negative freeroll of raising as a bluff when playing for your EGO… -The negative freeroll of folding… it feels like losing when you never get to show your hand -CALLING IS THE ULTIMATE FREEROLL… when you lose you muck… when you win you get validation -Most players play: Minimal risk to look stupid, and maximal opportunity to look cool! -Why people make massive losing EV play of calling 3-bets oops… “they wanna play” -How to use your filters in holdem manager to analysis your own database -Every thought you have in poker has the ability to ruin you or make you king -Modern day poker vs past day poker… and why it’s time to get into poker analytics if you wanna win --------------------------------------------------------- Learn more about Alex’s 1-on-1 Coaching ► https://www.gripsed.com/alex-fitzgerald/ Learn more about Master Tournament Poker in One Class ► http://www.gripsed.com/mtp Learn more about How To Think Like a Poker Player ► http://www.gripsed.com/htt Learn more about Master The Flop ► http://www.gripsed.com/mtf --------------------------------------------------------- Get a Free 30-day Trial of Pokertracker ► https://www.gripsed.com/software/pokertracker/ Get Your Free Poker Training Bundle ► http://www.gripsed.com/free Get Your Copy of Flopzilla ► https://www.gripsed.com/software/flopzilla/ --------------------------------------------------------- Learn How to Use Flopzilla ► https://www.gripsed.com/strategy/how-to-use-flopzilla-effectively How to Use Flopzilla In-Depth ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0_9ZZa22pM --------------------------------------------------------- Join Team Gripsed ► http://www.gripsed.com Subscribe 4 Free Videos ► http://bit.ly/gripsedsub --------------------------------------------------------- Get Closer to me and the team with daily updates! Follow me on Instagram ► http://www.instagram.com/gripsed Follow me on Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/gripsedpoker Like our page on Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/gripsed ---------------------------------------------------------
The Breakdown: How to Fold Out a Set
 
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An insane hand happens on Live at the Bike. Grant and Jonathan break it down. Live at the Bike YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/LiveattheBikecom Live at the Bike website: https://www.liveatthebike.com Suggest a hand for the Breakdown on Twitter: @2PokerGuys or on our website: ThePokerGuys.net Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes: goo.gl/jh8ltP Subscribe to the podcast on Android: goo.gl/jNc78M Podcast on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-594538171
Views: 9735 The Poker Guys
Poker Strategy: Bet Sizing lesson
 
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From a $5-$5 NL game a player raises with 52 and hit trips on the turn on an ace high board vs another player with AK. His bet sizing is too small and doesn't set himself up for max value. ►►► Keep learning with me! https://goo.gl/4AZAZ9 - sign up for my poker training & improve your poker strategy quick over on my site! Use the code YTCRUSH for the first month free. Find more of Bart Hanson’s Poker Training at: ► https://www.facebook.com/CrushLivePoker/ ► https://twitter.com/CrushLivePoker ► https://twitter.com/BartHanson ► https://www.instagram.com/bart_hanson/ ► https://www.instagram.com/crushlivepoker/
Views: 10284 CrushlivePoker
Paul Phua answers your poker strategy questions
 
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Paul Phua’s followers sometimes ask his advice on poker strategy. Watch this video to discover Paul Phua’s answers on everything from pocket pairs and suited connectors to bankroll size. Where do you get your advice on poker from? Paul Phua: Well l can tell you, over the course of my poker career – it’s eight years now, you know – nobody really gave me advice on staying calm, or not tilting. They know l might be better than them in that department! But l do get a lot of tips, l learn a lot from asking players about certain hands. And with a few – one or two – closer ones, over drinks sometimes we would talk about poker strategy in our game. Are there any poker videos you would recommend? Paul Phua: The one that is very fascinating is the WSOP Main Event, you know? You can learn a lot from watching the pros play those hands. Sometimes l watch it and, say, “Oh yeah, l have encountered a situation like this before, and l played that hand badly, l should have played it this way!” Also, you know, you have videos on cash games on YouTube, on certain channels or on certain poker sites, which are very useful, like ‘Poker After Dark’ in the US. I myself find it very helpful. It helps with my game, a lot. And now some questions asked by your followers. How do you play small pocket pairs? Paul Phua: I would not give a certain set of patterns to play that style of hands, you know. Generally people go set mining with a small pair, but sometimes if you are on the button and the small and big blind are amateur players who you think you are superior to, you can raise with a low small pair, too. Even in the cut off. It all comes back, for me, it all comes back to who am l playing against. If I play against a pro l will not raise pocket fives in this spot. But if l play against an amateur player l might raise with pocket fives in that spot. Under the gun with medium suited connectors, what do you do? Paul Phua: l would say 99% of the time it’s either raise or fold for me. But l would go… most of the time l would raise, l would open with that hand. Also it depends how many handed game it is. Let’s say it is a 10-handed game, a nine-handed game, it’s all right to fold 8-9 suited under the gun, sometimes. So would you ever limp UTG with medium suited connectors? Paul Phua: You see, nowadays, the modern game is such that you don’t find many people limping in early position, you know, it’s either fold or raise. The game has evolved to that stage, and l think it’s right, you know. If you limp in and then there’s two callers, it’s like 90% of the time someone behind will make a big raise, and you cannot see the flop. Which is like wasting money. Is there any way to tell from a raise whether a player has AK or a big pair? Paul Phua: If you play against a pro, never try to guess their hand by their stack size. They mix it up so well. But if you’re playing against amateur players, usually their stack size will give you a hint of what their cards are, you know. Like for example, Ace-King they raise 5X of big blind, or of someone else’s raise. With Aces they will raise 3X of big blind or someone else’s bet size. And if he has Kings, he tends to raise 4X. If he has Aces he tends to raise 2½ X or 3X. In those situations against amateur players, you know, you kind of get a guess of what their card is by their bet size. Should you play more tightly on a limited bankroll? Paul Phua: If you are good, you know, and if you have a small bankroll, l think it’s wise to ask people to stake you, so you have a bigger bankroll. Because with a small bankroll it’s very hard to play the game. In certain situations you are pressured, where you can’t play your normal game: you should call but you fold it, because you have not much bankroll left. My advice is try to get a sizeable bankroll for certain games. Then, when you have the amount of bankroll you feel comfortable playing – let’s say three buy-ins instead of two, all right, and 10 buy-ins instead of five for a short-deck game, you know. I think to be comfortable in the game is very important, and that is when you have a nice bankroll. And if you are amateur players and the money is very important to you, l would advise not to play the game anymore, until you have learned the game from some pros, to a certain level where the pros say, “Ah, now l think you can beat most games!” That’s my advice. For more videos with me subscribe to my channel and watch: https://youtu.be/AquTZZVNsI4
Views: 11951 Paul Phua Poker
Poker |  Set Mining cz. 1 | IntelliPoker.pl
 
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Analiza rozdania, w którym zawodowy pokerzysta, zajmując korzystną pozycję, próbuje trafić seta przeciwko graczowi LAG. http://www.intellipoker.pl Nasz pokerowy serwis szkoleniowy umożliwi Ci opanowanie gry w pokera od podstaw. Nasze kursy pokerowe stopniowo wprowadzą Cię w teorię gry, a zdobytą wiedzę możesz sprawdzić w praktyce, grając w PokerStars na prawdziwe lub wirtualne pieniądze. Szkoła pokera mieści się tu: http://psta.rs/1MKgq6r
Views: 1015 IntelliPoker.pl
Strategy: Amit "Amak316" Makhija On Set Mining
 
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Amit 'Amak316' Makhija discusses playing small pairs in a no-limit hold'em tournament with Card Player TV.
Views: 738 CardPlayer
Poker | Set Mining cz. 2 | IntelliPoker.pl
 
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Analiza rozdania, w którym zawodowy pokerzysta wykonuje niezbędne obliczenia matematyczne, na podstawie których wykonuje swój ruch. http://www.intellipoker.pl Nasz pokerowy serwis szkoleniowy umożliwi Ci opanowanie gry w pokera od podstaw. Nasze kursy pokerowe stopniowo wprowadzą Cię w teorię gry, a zdobytą wiedzę możesz sprawdzić w praktyce, grając w PokerStars na prawdziwe lub wirtualne pieniądze. Szkoła pokera mieści się tu: http://psta.rs/1MKgq6r
Views: 911 IntelliPoker.pl
MITpokerclass 2013 Lecture 2 (Part 1)
 
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Course homepage: http://web.mit.edu/willma/www/2013mit15s50.html Summary: Continuation Betting, Fundamental Theorem of Poker, Flop Analysis, Implied Odds, Set Mining, Bluffing with Draws, Counting Outs, Giving Up a Bluff
Views: 10730 Willmasaur
Flop a set of Jacks? | Red Chip Poker
 
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http://redchippoker.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=269 Over at Red Chip Poker forums a question was asked about how to play when you flop middle set. Could this Red Chipper done better?
Views: 1527 Red Chip Poker
Poker Training Videos: Episode 1: Crush Cash Games Series
 
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Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. Would you like to have access to my exclusive video vault? 20 exclusive, FREE videos just waiting to be watched. Simply join my newsletter http://www.enhanceyouredge.com/newsletter/ and you will instantly receive access! ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... Poker Training Videos: Crush Cash Games Series Follow along with me as I play four tables of 6-max $1000 ($5-$10 blinds, considered high stakes), $600 ($3-$6, considered medium stakes), and $400 ($2-$4, also considered medium stakes) no limit texas hold ‘em. In my training videos, I break down and share my decision making processes. I discuss numerous poker concepts in this video series, including: 1) Fold Equity. Fold equity is the percentage of hands in our opponent’s range that he will likely fold to our bet. This can be determined by his bet-sizing, his perceived range, whether or not his range is “capped”, the strength of the “line” he takes throughout the hand, previous history with your opponent, etc. 2) How to create dominant positions pre-flop. A dominant position is one where you either: a) Have position on your opponent with a hand that has his range dominated. i.e. You hold a hand like AKs when his holdings are likely to including a lot of Aces with worse kickers. b) Have position on your opponent with a lesser hand than his range but with a good handle on his postflop tendencies and betting patterns. In this way we are able to exploit his weaknesses and overcome the deficit created by our weak hand. c) Be out of position vs. our opponent with a hand that must have his range dominated. This includes slow playing your big pockets pairs, calling OOP (out of position) with AKo, AKs, AQo, AQs, etc. 3) How I use my blockers to correctly time my raises and check-raise bluffs. A blocker simply means a card that reduces the number of combinations of value hands our opponent can have. For example: We have KJ on a Q82 rainbow board. We block KQ, QJ, and KK … all hands our opponent needs to have in his range to be able to continue if faced with resistance. If our opponent only bets ½ pot (a betting pattern tell), we can use this information to either check-raise or raise him with improve fold equity. 4) How to determine when my opponents are three-betting me light (with weak hands or the bottom part of their range). The good players recognize when your range is weak and will attempt to exploit you by re-raising you with weak hands pre-flop. In order to combat this, we must recognize these scenarios and re-raise them with even our weakest holdings. 5) When and when not to set-mine. Set mining means calling with a pocket pair preflop with the hopes our opponent has a big pocket pair, making a set, and taking his whole stack. 6) Plugging pre-flop leaks. What questions I ask myself before making a decision preflop that may put me in a vulnerable position farther down the road. 7) When I give up after raising preflop (multi-way action, board texture, etc.). There are some continuation betting situations where my implied fold equity does not merit wasting another bet in order to win the pot. 8) How to play blind vs. blind scenarios. I enjoy limp-raising preflop from the SB (small blind). I also like to call raises from the BB (big blind) and outplay my opponents postflop using their tendencies and board textures against them. 9) How I induce light squeezes from short-stacks with hands that have their range crushed. Short stackers generally want to get their stack in the middle preflop. Their skill varies greatly, with some professional short-stackers and some who are just taking a shot at a limit above their bankroll. 10) On what board textures my opponents are likely to be waving the white flag after raising preflop. I show you how I exploit my opponents on certain wet (and dry) board textures. 11) How to play when our “range is capped” or vs. an opponent who has “capped their range” (“Capped range” simply means the possible ceiling of the range of hands someone could be holding i.e. one pair, two pair, straight, set, overpair, etc.) ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... If you missed it, here are three of my most popular episodes: Episode 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Wd5QWxJX4 Episode 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELSOGye_SI Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 5810 Brad Wilson
Set Mining
 
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Uncler Slacker talks Set Mining in Texas Holdem Poker while VDOGchuck plays the Monday Night Tournament. Join VDOG and play for free!
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Odds of Completing Your Hand in Poker
 
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Poker | Set Mining cz. 6 | IntelliPoker.pl
 
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Analiza rozdania, w którym zawodowy pokerzysta wyjaśnia jakie czynniki należy uwzględnić przy próbie skompletowania trójki na flopie. http://www.intellipoker.pl Nasz pokerowy serwis szkoleniowy umożliwi Ci opanowanie gry w pokera od podstaw. Nasze kursy pokerowe stopniowo wprowadzą Cię w teorię gry, a zdobytą wiedzę możesz sprawdzić w praktyce, grając w PokerStars na prawdziwe lub wirtualne pieniądze. Szkoła pokera mieści się tu: http://psta.rs/1MKgq6r
Views: 420 IntelliPoker.pl
Poker | Set Mining cz. 4 | IntelliPoker.pl
 
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Czwarta już analiza rozdania, w którym zawodowy pokerzysta stara się skompletować trójkę na flopie. http://www.intellipoker.pl Nasz pokerowy serwis szkoleniowy umożliwi Ci opanowanie gry w pokera od podstaw. Nasze kursy pokerowe stopniowo wprowadzą Cię w teorię gry, a zdobytą wiedzę możesz sprawdzić w praktyce, grając w PokerStars na prawdziwe lub wirtualne pieniądze. Szkoła pokera mieści się tu: http://psta.rs/1MKgq6r
Views: 690 IntelliPoker.pl
Poker | Set Mining cz. 3 | IntelliPoker.pl
 
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Kolejna analiza rozdania, w którym zawodowy pokerzysta stosuje set mining. http://www.intellipoker.pl Nasz pokerowy serwis szkoleniowy umożliwi Ci opanowanie gry w pokera od podstaw. Nasze kursy pokerowe stopniowo wprowadzą Cię w teorię gry, a zdobytą wiedzę możesz sprawdzić w praktyce, grając w PokerStars na prawdziwe lub wirtualne pieniądze. Szkoła pokera mieści się tu: http://psta.rs/1MKgq6r
Views: 928 IntelliPoker.pl
Poker Strategy: Bottom Set Faces Flop Pressure
 
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In this hand we flop bottom set vs two players who show a lot of strength. Even if we are behind we could have the odds to call, what would you do? If you want to call in with a hand or question for Bart email [email protected] during the week to submit your hand. The show streams live each Monday at 4:45 P.M. PT. right here at youtube.com/crushlivepoker/live to keep updated of schedule changes to the live stream follow @CrushLivePoker on twitter. ►►► Keep learning with me over at http://www.crushlivepoker.com/ Sign up for my poker training & improve your poker strategy quick over on my site! We have a 30 day free trial just go here: https://goo.gl/r9K1Rq or use the code YTA200 at checkout. Find more of Bart Hanson’s Poker Training at: ► https://www.facebook.com/CrushLivePoker/ ► https://twitter.com/CrushLivePoker ► https://twitter.com/BartHanson ► https://www.instagram.com/bart_hanson/ ► https://www.instagram.com/crushlivepoker/ Graphics - Peter O’Neill
Views: 4710 CrushlivePoker
Poker | Set Mining cz. 5 | IntelliPoker.pl
 
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Analiza rozdania, w którym zawodowy pokerzysta stara się w sprzyjającej sytuacji trafić seta. http://www.intellipoker.pl Nasz pokerowy serwis szkoleniowy umożliwi Ci opanowanie gry w pokera od podstaw. Nasze kursy pokerowe stopniowo wprowadzą Cię w teorię gry, a zdobytą wiedzę możesz sprawdzić w praktyce, grając w PokerStars na prawdziwe lub wirtualne pieniądze. Szkoła pokera mieści się tu: http://psta.rs/1MKgq6r
Views: 713 IntelliPoker.pl
Poker Training Videos. Episode 8: Crush Cash Games Series
 
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Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. Would you like to have access to my exclusive video vault? 20 exclusive, FREE videos just waiting to be watched. Simply join my newsletter http://www.enhanceyouredge.com/newsletter/ and you will instantly receive access! ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... Poker Training Videos: Crush Cash Games Series Follow along with me as I play four tables of 6-max $1000 ($5-$10 blinds, considered high stakes), $600 ($3-$6, considered medium stakes), and $400 ($2-$4, also considered medium stakes) no limit texas hold ‘em. In my training videos, I break down and share my decision making processes. I discuss numerous poker concepts in this video series, including: 1) Fold Equity. Fold equity is the percentage of hands in our opponent’s range that he will likely fold to our bet. This can be determined by his bet-sizing, his perceived range, whether or not his range is “capped”, the strength of the “line” he takes throughout the hand, previous history with your opponent, etc. 2) How to create dominant positions pre-flop. A dominant position is one where you either: a) Have position on your opponent with a hand that has his range dominated. i.e. You hold a hand like AKs when his holdings are likely to including a lot of Aces with worse kickers. b) Have position on your opponent with a lesser hand than his range but with a good handle on his postflop tendencies and betting patterns. In this way we are able to exploit his weaknesses and overcome the deficit created by our weak hand. c) Be out of position vs. our opponent with a hand that must have his range dominated. This includes slow playing your big pockets pairs, calling OOP (out of position) with AKo, AKs, AQo, AQs, etc. 3) How I use my blockers to correctly time my raises and check-raise bluffs. A blocker simply means a card that reduces the number of combinations of value hands our opponent can have. For example: We have KJ on a Q82 rainbow board. We block KQ, QJ, and KK … all hands our opponent needs to have in his range to be able to continue if faced with resistance. If our opponent only bets ½ pot (a betting pattern tell), we can use this information to either check-raise or raise him with improve fold equity. 4) How to determine when my opponents are three-betting me light (with weak hands or the bottom part of their range). The good players recognize when your range is weak and will attempt to exploit you by re-raising you with weak hands pre-flop. In order to combat this, we must recognize these scenarios and re-raise them with even our weakest holdings. 5) When and when not to set-mine. Set mining means calling with a pocket pair preflop with the hopes our opponent has a big pocket pair, making a set, and taking his whole stack. 6) Plugging pre-flop leaks. What questions I ask myself before making a decision preflop that may put me in a vulnerable position farther down the road. 7) When I give up after raising preflop (multi-way action, board texture, etc.). There are some continuation betting situations where my implied fold equity does not merit wasting another bet in order to win the pot. 8) How to play blind vs. blind scenarios. I enjoy limp-raising preflop from the SB (small blind). I also like to call raises from the BB (big blind) and outplay my opponents postflop using their tendencies and board textures against them. 9) How I induce light squeezes from short-stacks with hands that have their range crushed. Short stackers generally want to get their stack in the middle preflop. Their skill varies greatly, with some professional short-stackers and some who are just taking a shot at a limit above their bankroll. 10) On what board textures my opponents are likely to be waving the white flag after raising preflop. I show you how I exploit my opponents on certain wet (and dry) board textures. 11) How to play when our “range is capped” or vs. an opponent who has “capped their range” (“Capped range” simply means the possible ceiling of the range of hands someone could be holding i.e. one pair, two pair, straight, set, overpair, etc.) ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... If you missed it, here are three of my most popular episodes: Episode 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Wd5QWxJX4 Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 1291 Brad Wilson
Playing Top Set: Fast Or Slow? | The Poker Bank
 
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This poker video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com Hero raises UTG in a 6max game with KK, gets 2 callers, and finds a surprise King on the flop. SplitSuit explains what line he would take and how to best maximize the value of this hand against two weaker players. ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 3566 The Poker Bank
How To Beat Your Friends at Poker - Common Poker Player Types
 
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Winning at poker is always fun but there's nothing quite like crushing your friends in the weekly home game. For more original poker content go to http://www.pokerlistings.com/ In this video we'll explain the five common player types you'll meet at your home game and easy-to-follow strategies that will help you beat them. From ultra-beginners to wannabe poker pros, we'll show you how to crush them all. First of all, every home game is going to have at least one ultra-beginner. These players might never have played poker before and if they have, they barely remember the hand rankings. To beat the ultra-beginner it's way more effective to make a medium hand or better and bet every street against them. Ultra-beginners will often call without really understanding what they're doing so bluffing them is always a bad idea. One step up the ladder is the poker beginner. Beginners know the hand rankings and understand the mechanics of the game but haven't learned any real strategy. The best way to beat beginners is to steamroll them with constant pressure. Try to force them out of every hand they're in but be ready to fold your hand if they start playing back at you. Next up is the intermediate. They've learned some poker strategy and will most often be using a very ABC, tight-aggressive style. Intermediates usually still play too tight, however, so it's still okay to put lots of pressure on them. Another common character in the home game is the wannabe poker pro. They're probably the most experienced players in the game and they desperately want everyone to know it. You can use their ego against them by making a good hand and playing passively to give them the opportunity to bluff off their stack. Last but not least is the maniac. This character doesn't really care about winning or losing. All they want is action. Against the maniac you just have to make a good hand, get it in and hope not to get unlucky. Check out the video and memorize the common player types and how to beat them and you'll be crushing your next home game in no time. Follow PokerListings.com for more original poker content: ★★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PokerListings ★★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BattleofMalta ★★ Instagram: http://instagram.com/pokerlistings#
Views: 107359 PokerListings
How the math works for flopping a set in poker
 
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We cover how the math works for flopping a set in poker
Views: 646 Gary DeVries
Poker Training Videos. Crush Cash Games: Episode 40
 
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Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. Twitch.tv/enhanceyouredge Twitter: @enhanceyouredge Would you like to have access to my exclusive video vault? 20 exclusive, FREE videos just waiting to be watched. Simply join my newsletter http://www.enhanceyouredge.com/newsletter/ and you will instantly receive access! ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... Poker Training Videos: Crush Cash Games Series Follow along with me as I play four tables of 6-max $1000 ($5-$10 blinds, considered high stakes), $600 ($3-$6, considered medium stakes), and $400 ($2-$4, also considered medium stakes) no limit texas hold ‘em. In my training videos, I break down and share my decision making processes. I discuss numerous poker concepts in this video series, including: 1) Fold Equity. Fold equity is the percentage of hands in our opponent’s range that he will likely fold to our bet. This can be determined by his bet-sizing, his perceived range, whether or not his range is “capped”, the strength of the “line” he takes throughout the hand, previous history with your opponent, etc. 2) How to create dominant positions pre-flop. A dominant position is one where you either: a) Have position on your opponent with a hand that has his range dominated. i.e. You hold a hand like AKs when his holdings are likely to including a lot of Aces with worse kickers. b) Have position on your opponent with a lesser hand than his range but with a good handle on his postflop tendencies and betting patterns. In this way we are able to exploit his weaknesses and overcome the deficit created by our weak hand. c) Be out of position vs. our opponent with a hand that must have his range dominated. This includes slow playing your big pockets pairs, calling OOP (out of position) with AKo, AKs, AQo, AQs, etc. 3) How I use my blockers to correctly time my raises and check-raise bluffs. A blocker simply means a card that reduces the number of combinations of value hands our opponent can have. For example: We have KJ on a Q82 rainbow board. We block KQ, QJ, and KK … all hands our opponent needs to have in his range to be able to continue if faced with resistance. If our opponent only bets ½ pot (a betting pattern tell), we can use this information to either check-raise or raise him with improve fold equity. 4) How to determine when my opponents are three-betting me light (with weak hands or the bottom part of their range). The good players recognize when your range is weak and will attempt to exploit you by re-raising you with weak hands pre-flop. In order to combat this, we must recognize these scenarios and re-raise them with even our weakest holdings. 5) When and when not to set-mine. Set mining means calling with a pocket pair preflop with the hopes our opponent has a big pocket pair, making a set, and taking his whole stack. 6) Plugging pre-flop leaks. What questions I ask myself before making a decision preflop that may put me in a vulnerable position farther down the road. 7) When I give up after raising preflop (multi-way action, board texture, etc.). There are some continuation betting situations where my implied fold equity does not merit wasting another bet in order to win the pot. 8) How to play blind vs. blind scenarios. I enjoy limp-raising preflop from the SB (small blind). I also like to call raises from the BB (big blind) and outplay my opponents postflop using their tendencies and board textures against them. 9) How I induce light squeezes from short-stacks with hands that have their range crushed. Short stackers generally want to get their stack in the middle preflop. Their skill varies greatly, with some professional short-stackers and some who are just taking a shot at a limit above their bankroll. 10) On what board textures my opponents are likely to be waving the white flag after raising preflop. I show you how I exploit my opponents on certain wet (and dry) board textures. 11) How to play when our “range is capped” or vs. an opponent who has “capped their range” (“Capped range” simply means the possible ceiling of the range of hands someone could be holding i.e. one pair, two pair, straight, set, overpair, etc.) ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... If you missed it, here are three of my most popular episodes: Episode 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Wd5QWxJX4 Episode 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELSOGye_SI Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 470 Brad Wilson
Verneer Crushing The Micros: 2013, Part 5, 04.17.13 CardRunners
 
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Crushing The Micros: 2013, Part 5 In this episode of CTM 2013, Verneer talks about facing a three-bet from early position. Topics include small pocket pairs, four-betting, set mining, and more.
Views: 731 CardRunners.com
Poker Training Videos. Crush Cash Games: Episode 32
 
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Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. Twitch.tv/enhanceyouredge Twitter: @enhanceyouredge Would you like to have access to my exclusive video vault? 20 exclusive, FREE videos just waiting to be watched. Simply join my newsletter http://www.enhanceyouredge.com/newsletter/ and you will instantly receive access! ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... Poker Training Videos: Crush Cash Games Series Follow along with me as I play four tables of 6-max $1000 ($5-$10 blinds, considered high stakes), $600 ($3-$6, considered medium stakes), and $400 ($2-$4, also considered medium stakes) no limit texas hold ‘em. In my training videos, I break down and share my decision making processes. I discuss numerous poker concepts in this video series, including: 1) Fold Equity. Fold equity is the percentage of hands in our opponent’s range that he will likely fold to our bet. This can be determined by his bet-sizing, his perceived range, whether or not his range is “capped”, the strength of the “line” he takes throughout the hand, previous history with your opponent, etc. 2) How to create dominant positions pre-flop. A dominant position is one where you either: a) Have position on your opponent with a hand that has his range dominated. i.e. You hold a hand like AKs when his holdings are likely to including a lot of Aces with worse kickers. b) Have position on your opponent with a lesser hand than his range but with a good handle on his postflop tendencies and betting patterns. In this way we are able to exploit his weaknesses and overcome the deficit created by our weak hand. c) Be out of position vs. our opponent with a hand that must have his range dominated. This includes slow playing your big pockets pairs, calling OOP (out of position) with AKo, AKs, AQo, AQs, etc. 3) How I use my blockers to correctly time my raises and check-raise bluffs. A blocker simply means a card that reduces the number of combinations of value hands our opponent can have. For example: We have KJ on a Q82 rainbow board. We block KQ, QJ, and KK … all hands our opponent needs to have in his range to be able to continue if faced with resistance. If our opponent only bets ½ pot (a betting pattern tell), we can use this information to either check-raise or raise him with improve fold equity. 4) How to determine when my opponents are three-betting me light (with weak hands or the bottom part of their range). The good players recognize when your range is weak and will attempt to exploit you by re-raising you with weak hands pre-flop. In order to combat this, we must recognize these scenarios and re-raise them with even our weakest holdings. 5) When and when not to set-mine. Set mining means calling with a pocket pair preflop with the hopes our opponent has a big pocket pair, making a set, and taking his whole stack. 6) Plugging pre-flop leaks. What questions I ask myself before making a decision preflop that may put me in a vulnerable position farther down the road. 7) When I give up after raising preflop (multi-way action, board texture, etc.). There are some continuation betting situations where my implied fold equity does not merit wasting another bet in order to win the pot. 8) How to play blind vs. blind scenarios. I enjoy limp-raising preflop from the SB (small blind). I also like to call raises from the BB (big blind) and outplay my opponents postflop using their tendencies and board textures against them. 9) How I induce light squeezes from short-stacks with hands that have their range crushed. Short stackers generally want to get their stack in the middle preflop. Their skill varies greatly, with some professional short-stackers and some who are just taking a shot at a limit above their bankroll. 10) On what board textures my opponents are likely to be waving the white flag after raising preflop. I show you how I exploit my opponents on certain wet (and dry) board textures. 11) How to play when our “range is capped” or vs. an opponent who has “capped their range” (“Capped range” simply means the possible ceiling of the range of hands someone could be holding i.e. one pair, two pair, straight, set, overpair, etc.) ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... If you missed it, here are three of my most popular episodes: Episode 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Wd5QWxJX4 Episode 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELSOGye_SI Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 1635 Brad Wilson
Win More at Poker - Easy Strategy for Hold'em Starting Hands
 
05:22
Learn how to play all the starting hands in No-Limit Texas Hold'em and win more at the poker table. For more free poker strategy and the best signup bonuses, go to http://www.pokerlistings.com/ Winning at Texas Hold'em starts with the hands you choose to play, and how you choose to play them. As a beginner it's vitally important to have a game plan for different starting hands and with this cheat sheet you'll lean how to play the main kinds of Texas Hold'em starting hands in just five minutes. This video crash course explains everything from when to raise and call with pocket aces, when it's okay to fold pocket jacks and queens and which garbage hands deserve a one-way ticket to the dumpster. Poker is a vastly complicated game so consider this the tip of the iceberg when it comes to learning how to play all the different starting hands in different positions and situations. But, especially as a beginner, it's essential to lay a solid foundation of knowledge before you move on to fancier strategies. If you're playing in home games or low-stakes online and live, following these basic rules will pay off with more wins and less tricky situations that will cause you to make mistakes. There are tons of ways to win big pots and lots of different hands you can do it with so check out our five-minute Texas Hold'em Starting Hand Cheat Sheet video and get started today. Poker champ Phil Ivey just hit a $10 million setback in his court case against the Borgata Casino. For more poker news head to http://www.pokerlistings.com/ The Judge ordered that Ivey and his gambling partner Cheng Yin Sun repay over $10 million they won playing Baccarat in 2012. The Borgata accused Ivey and Sun of using "edge-sorting" to turn the odds in their favor and said it was a breach of New Jersey state gambling laws. This week the Judge agreed. But he also said that Ivey and Sun will not have to repay the roughly $250,000 in comps they received as a result of their high-stakes gambling. Follow PokerListings.com for more original poker content: ★★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PokerListings ★★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BattleofMalta ★★Instagram: http://instagram.com/pokerlistings#
Views: 77501 PokerListings
Poker Training Video. Enhance Your Edge: Episode 1
 
29:45
Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. Twitch.tv/enhanceyouredge Twitter: @enhanceyouredge Would you like to have access to my exclusive video vault? 20 exclusive, FREE videos just waiting to be watched. Simply join my newsletter http://www.enhanceyouredge.com/newsletter/ and you will instantly receive access! ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... Poker Training Videos: Crush Cash Games Series Follow along with me as I play four tables of 6-max $1000 ($5-$10 blinds, considered high stakes), $600 ($3-$6, considered medium stakes), and $400 ($2-$4, also considered medium stakes) no limit texas hold ‘em. In my training videos, I break down and share my decision making processes. I discuss numerous poker concepts in this video series, including: 1) Fold Equity. Fold equity is the percentage of hands in our opponent’s range that he will likely fold to our bet. This can be determined by his bet-sizing, his perceived range, whether or not his range is “capped”, the strength of the “line” he takes throughout the hand, previous history with your opponent, etc. 2) How to create dominant positions pre-flop. A dominant position is one where you either: a) Have position on your opponent with a hand that has his range dominated. i.e. You hold a hand like AKs when his holdings are likely to including a lot of Aces with worse kickers. b) Have position on your opponent with a lesser hand than his range but with a good handle on his postflop tendencies and betting patterns. In this way we are able to exploit his weaknesses and overcome the deficit created by our weak hand. c) Be out of position vs. our opponent with a hand that must have his range dominated. This includes slow playing your big pockets pairs, calling OOP (out of position) with AKo, AKs, AQo, AQs, etc. 3) How I use my blockers to correctly time my raises and check-raise bluffs. A blocker simply means a card that reduces the number of combinations of value hands our opponent can have. For example: We have KJ on a Q82 rainbow board. We block KQ, QJ, and KK … all hands our opponent needs to have in his range to be able to continue if faced with resistance. If our opponent only bets ½ pot (a betting pattern tell), we can use this information to either check-raise or raise him with improve fold equity. 4) How to determine when my opponents are three-betting me light (with weak hands or the bottom part of their range). The good players recognize when your range is weak and will attempt to exploit you by re-raising you with weak hands pre-flop. In order to combat this, we must recognize these scenarios and re-raise them with even our weakest holdings. 5) When and when not to set-mine. Set mining means calling with a pocket pair preflop with the hopes our opponent has a big pocket pair, making a set, and taking his whole stack. 6) Plugging pre-flop leaks. What questions I ask myself before making a decision preflop that may put me in a vulnerable position farther down the road. 7) When I give up after raising preflop (multi-way action, board texture, etc.). There are some continuation betting situations where my implied fold equity does not merit wasting another bet in order to win the pot. 8) How to play blind vs. blind scenarios. I enjoy limp-raising preflop from the SB (small blind). I also like to call raises from the BB (big blind) and outplay my opponents postflop using their tendencies and board textures against them. 9) How I induce light squeezes from short-stacks with hands that have their range crushed. Short stackers generally want to get their stack in the middle preflop. Their skill varies greatly, with some professional short-stackers and some who are just taking a shot at a limit above their bankroll. 10) On what board textures my opponents are likely to be waving the white flag after raising preflop. I show you how I exploit my opponents on certain wet (and dry) board textures. 11) How to play when our “range is capped” or vs. an opponent who has “capped their range” (“Capped range” simply means the possible ceiling of the range of hands someone could be holding i.e. one pair, two pair, straight, set, overpair, etc.) ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... If you missed it, here are three of my most popular episodes: Episode 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Wd5QWxJX4 Episode 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELSOGye_SI Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 781 Brad Wilson
How to Choose Your Bet Sizing in Poker
 
04:52
In this hand review from the $300/$600 game at the Wynn Macau I share strategies you can use to optimize your bet sizing in poker. Check out the Ultimate Guide to Bet Sizing in Poker: http://bit.ly/pokerbetsizing Bet sizing is important in poker because the wrong bet size could turn an otherwise profitable play into a losing one. How would you have played this hand? Leave your thoughts in a comment below and the best one will receive a free month to the Conscious Poker Membership Program: www.bit.ly/CPMembershipYT - - - If you liked my style of analysis on overbetting, check out my FREE "Hand Range System" where you'll get access to the exact methodology I use to make each and every decision at the poker table: http://bit.ly/HandReadingSystem 🎁 Get a Free Trial of our Membership Program: http://bit.ly/CPMembershipYT 🎁 Looking to improve your preflop play? Don't know when to overbet? Get my FREE 'Quick Start Guide to Preflop Play' (which includes 10 preflop charts), where you'll learn which hands to play from which position, how to adjust to your opponents and maximize your edge. http://bit.ly/preflopcharts - - - Something you should definitely check out: The 4 Things You MUST Do Before a Poker Session! https://youtu.be/OoutXPwhhAY Top 5 Moves to Win at Poker in 2019 https://youtu.be/k7n3qoz_pqQ The poker hand EVERYONE is talking about! https://youtu.be/iXJhTo6axVk How to Put Your Opponents on a Hand Range? https://youtu.be/CsgTnasdko0 The Best Way to Get Started in Poker in 2019 https://youtu.be/zTlGuTyb0Yw Cash Game Poker Strategy: Don’t Play Your Poker Hand: Do THIS Instead! https://youtu.be/zTlGuTyb0Yw 3 MISTAKES to Avoid With Pocket Kings in Cash Games (Poker Strategy) https://youtu.be/6KzHJkGS78c Playing High Stakes Poker in Macau https://youtu.be/slCBTVU2hmo - - - On this channel I regularly analyze some of the biggest hands of poker played on high stakes cash games like Poker Night in America, Live at the Bike, Poker After Dark and High Stakes Poker or tournaments like the World Series of Poker, World Poker Tour and European Poker Tour featuring legendary poker players like Doyle Brunson, Tom Dwan, Antonio Esfandiari, Phil Ivey, Gus Hanson, Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu. I also pick hands which are sent to me from readers like yourself to give you actual feedback on your specific questions. Submit Your Poker Hands and Questions here: http://www.consciouspoker.com/HOTD ♠️ Follow ConsciousPoker on Social Media: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/consciouspoker Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/consciouspoker Follow Alec On Social Media: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/alectorelli Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alec.torelli ♠️ #Poker #ConsciousPoker #PokerCoaching
Views: 4444 Alec Torelli Poker
Poker Training Videos. Crush Cash Games: Episode 35
 
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Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. Twitch.tv/enhanceyouredge Twitter: @enhanceyouredge Would you like to have access to my exclusive video vault? 20 exclusive, FREE videos just waiting to be watched. Simply join my newsletter http://www.enhanceyouredge.com/newsletter/ and you will instantly receive access! ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... Poker Training Videos: Crush Cash Games Series Follow along with me as I play four tables of 6-max $1000 ($5-$10 blinds, considered high stakes), $600 ($3-$6, considered medium stakes), and $400 ($2-$4, also considered medium stakes) no limit texas hold ‘em. In my training videos, I break down and share my decision making processes. I discuss numerous poker concepts in this video series, including: 1) Fold Equity. Fold equity is the percentage of hands in our opponent’s range that he will likely fold to our bet. This can be determined by his bet-sizing, his perceived range, whether or not his range is “capped”, the strength of the “line” he takes throughout the hand, previous history with your opponent, etc. 2) How to create dominant positions pre-flop. A dominant position is one where you either: a) Have position on your opponent with a hand that has his range dominated. i.e. You hold a hand like AKs when his holdings are likely to including a lot of Aces with worse kickers. b) Have position on your opponent with a lesser hand than his range but with a good handle on his postflop tendencies and betting patterns. In this way we are able to exploit his weaknesses and overcome the deficit created by our weak hand. c) Be out of position vs. our opponent with a hand that must have his range dominated. This includes slow playing your big pockets pairs, calling OOP (out of position) with AKo, AKs, AQo, AQs, etc. 3) How I use my blockers to correctly time my raises and check-raise bluffs. A blocker simply means a card that reduces the number of combinations of value hands our opponent can have. For example: We have KJ on a Q82 rainbow board. We block KQ, QJ, and KK … all hands our opponent needs to have in his range to be able to continue if faced with resistance. If our opponent only bets ½ pot (a betting pattern tell), we can use this information to either check-raise or raise him with improve fold equity. 4) How to determine when my opponents are three-betting me light (with weak hands or the bottom part of their range). The good players recognize when your range is weak and will attempt to exploit you by re-raising you with weak hands pre-flop. In order to combat this, we must recognize these scenarios and re-raise them with even our weakest holdings. 5) When and when not to set-mine. Set mining means calling with a pocket pair preflop with the hopes our opponent has a big pocket pair, making a set, and taking his whole stack. 6) Plugging pre-flop leaks. What questions I ask myself before making a decision preflop that may put me in a vulnerable position farther down the road. 7) When I give up after raising preflop (multi-way action, board texture, etc.). There are some continuation betting situations where my implied fold equity does not merit wasting another bet in order to win the pot. 8) How to play blind vs. blind scenarios. I enjoy limp-raising preflop from the SB (small blind). I also like to call raises from the BB (big blind) and outplay my opponents postflop using their tendencies and board textures against them. 9) How I induce light squeezes from short-stacks with hands that have their range crushed. Short stackers generally want to get their stack in the middle preflop. Their skill varies greatly, with some professional short-stackers and some who are just taking a shot at a limit above their bankroll. 10) On what board textures my opponents are likely to be waving the white flag after raising preflop. I show you how I exploit my opponents on certain wet (and dry) board textures. 11) How to play when our “range is capped” or vs. an opponent who has “capped their range” (“Capped range” simply means the possible ceiling of the range of hands someone could be holding i.e. one pair, two pair, straight, set, overpair, etc.) ........................................­........................................­........................................­........... If you missed it, here are three of my most popular episodes: Episode 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Wd5QWxJX4 Episode 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELSOGye_SI Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 863 Brad Wilson
Confusing Poker Hands Reviewed (INVERSE 4) | SplitSuit
 
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"Confusing Poker Hands Reviewed (INVERSE 4)" full video download and extras at: http://www.thepokerbank.com/videos/splitsuit/inverse-4/ The hand histories in this INVERSE video were submitted by a player from the ThePokerBank facebook page, just like the hands in SplitSuit's HH Review 1 video. All of the hands are from $4NL FR NLHE (the hands have been converted to show $100 stacks, but the hands were originally $4NL). As with all the INVERSE videos, there is no set theme here. Instead, all of the hand histories replayed are from awkward spots that another online player wanted to have reviewed. Chances are that you'll find some of the plays and situations familiar, or hopefully that's going to be the case anyway. A handful of topics and situations covered include: - Playing multi-way pots both in and out of position. (hand 3, hand 7, hand 9) - Playing out of position with TPGK. (hand 2, hand 3) - Getting check-raised on the flop with AA. (hand 5) - Set mining with small pocket pairs. (hand 7) Released: 19 September 2011 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 14902 The Poker Bank
Set Poker - A New Game
 
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Check out Set Poker - a new twist on a classic game: fast-paced and easy to learn, but tough to master. You play against the dealer with just three cards in your hand, but these hands can make powerful combinations. Place main bet on "Ante" and side bets on "Lucky 3" and "Lucky 6" to maximise your winnings up to 1000 to 1! Be the first to play Set Poker! Subscribe on YouTube ► http://pokerist.com/0fc Play now: ► http://pokerist.com/3ae Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/pokerist/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/KamaCasino Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/pokeristclub/ VK ► https://vk.com/pokeristclubru
MITpokerclass 2013 Lecture 2 (Part 2)
 
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Course homepage: http://web.mit.edu/willma/www/2013mit15s50.html Summary: Continuation Betting, Fundamental Theorem of Poker, Flop Analysis, Implied Odds, Set Mining, Bluffing with Draws, Counting Outs, Giving Up a Bluff
Views: 6851 Willmasaur
Poker Hand Rankings - Learn About Poker Hands Odds, Order and Probability - by Cashinpoker.com
 
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To learn more go to: http://cashinpoker.com/poker-hand-rankings.html In this video you will see specific examples which will help you understand poker hands ranking better. From these examples you will be able to poker hands order. You will also increase your chances of winning by understanding poker hands probability and odds. After watching this video you will be able to react better in different situations and win the maximum amount of money from your opponents. The link to this video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIaDmup9cM4 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn here "best poker hands", "poker hands order", "poker hand ranking", "texas holdem hand rankings" and take your online game to the next level of success.
Views: 43645 Rob Akery