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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: 12507 PokerListings
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: 62699 The Poker Bank
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: 9681 Poker Statistician
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: 3281 The Poker Guys
Set mining in poker
 
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This video is about set mining in poker
Views: 2341 PokerBrainiacs
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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Views: 1564 PokerStars School
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: 1443 CardPlayer
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: 704 IntelliPoker.pl
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: 992 IntelliPoker.pl
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: 227 SmartPokerStudy
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: 99 SmartPokerStudy
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: 731 CardPlayer
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: 908 IntelliPoker.pl
Poker NL5 set mining
 
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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: 886 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: 676 IntelliPoker.pl
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: 122793 The Poker Bank
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: 390 IntelliPoker.pl
Maria Ho’s Analysis Folding 10’s With a Set
 
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In a big hand that was later streamed online, viewers saw Maria Ho had 10’s and flopped a set. Her fold left many questioning her decision. Maria gives her analysis on the hand. --- Latest Poker News at https://www.pokernews.com ---
Views: 36383 pokernewsdotcom
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: 729 CardRunners.com
When flopping a SET gets you in TROUBLE!
 
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Views: 76436 PokerXpress. Net
Poker Strategy -- Playing Small Pairs With Mike Watson
 
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Card Player TV catches up with Mike Watson to discuss how to play small pocket pairs, beyond just trying to flop a set with them.
Views: 1110 CardPlayer
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. For access to exclusive Poker Guys freerolls and other tournaments on Nitrogen Sports Poker Room, use this link to sign up: https://www.nitrogensports.eu/r/632610 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: 9091 The Poker Guys
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: 13381 The Poker Bank
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: 594 Gary DeVries
Sky Poker Strategy - Flop Odds in Poker
 
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If you want to know how often you flop a set with a pocket pair, or how often you'll land a flush draw with your suited hand, this is the video for you. Stuart Rutter runs through some of the most interesting stats and tells you why flopping a flush really is a lot harder than you think!
Views: 2028 Sky Poker
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
What Is Poker Equity & How Does It Work? | Advanced Poker Strategy
 
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This video is about poker equity, what it is, how it works, and how it can be used to make better poker decisions. Equity is a pain to grasp, especially for those unskilled at math. For me, anything to do with numbers or percentages, calculating equity versus ranges, etc. is extremely challenging. Fortunately, there is still a way for us non-math geniuses to use equity to our advantage and that's what this video is about. Article Version: https://automaticpoker.com/strategy/understanding-poker-equity/ Additional reading on this topic Basics of Equity and more: https://automaticpoker.com/how-to-play-poker/basic-fundamentals/ The definition of draws: https://automaticpoker.com/poker-basics/draws-defined/ Online poker tools: https://automaticpoker.com/resources/ C-betting strategy: https://automaticpoker.com/strategy/continuation-bet-frequency/ Levels of poker thinking: https://automaticpoker.com/strategy/poker-thinking-levels/ For those of you who have not had the pleasure of trying to figure out this equity business, lets define what it is. Equity is any player's chance of winning a given poker hand by the river. Once you get to the river, equity no longer matters since there are no more cards to come and the winner is already established. Put another way, equity is how much of pot is owned by each player on the current street. Basically, your chance to win were the money all-in right now. If there are two players in a $10 pot and each has 50% equity, then each "owns" $5. If they got all-in a million times, no one wins, no one loses. Now determining your approximate equity takes a bit of practice, but isn't as hard as it sounds. I am including a link to an article I wrote that covers the basic fundamentals of poker, including equity. If you are unsure what we are talking about it, go check it out before continuing. One way to use equity is to try and make sure you get all-in with more equity more often than your opponents do. That's the obvious answer but there's so much more to it than that. Just knowing your exact equity, while helpful, is only one tiny piece of the puzzle. The type (emphasize) of equity you have also influences how profitable your post-flop lines will be over the long term. All you need to be able to do is understand that there are really only two types of hands with any value after the flop. Either you have a made hand and connect directly with the board, or you hold a draw, which needs specific cards to come on the turn or river, in order to improve. For the purposes of this video, let's talk about made hands or draws that have a lot of equity versus ranges but aren't the nuts. More specifically, common made hands like top pairs or common draws like flush draws or open ended straight draws. Once you categorize whether you have a made hand or a draw, we can optimize our lines based on how the equity of each type of hand changes as streets progress. Put simply, made hands tend to maintain their equity very well over multiple streets while draws tend to fluctuate drastically.. either your draw gets there and your equity increases goes way up, or your draw doesn't get there and your equity goes way down. So, let's redefine made hand and draws based on the math of the equities: Made Hand A hand with stable equity with the progression of streets and variable equity across ranges. Draw A hand with variable equity with the progression of streets and stable equity across ranges. Overall, understanding how equity works in poker all comes down to the relationship between how made hands or draws play out versus opponent ranges. Among the concepts you must master to win at poker is to develop our sense of how to approach post-flop play using equity and ranges as a tool to optimize your lines based on the information at hand. By adjusting your lines according to the makeup of those ranges, you can maximize your profit while also simplifying the decision-making process. Note: I do not claim ownership of any video content shown in this video. The content is only use for educational purposes.
Views: 3867 AutomaticPoker
Raise Or Limp-Behind With 88? | Preflop Strategy & Range Quiz Part 4
 
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Start working through the live poker workbook and improve your preflop AND postflop lines today: https://www.splitsuit.com/hand-reading-poker-workbook-live-players/ Part 4 of this 10-part series looks at this quiz, testing your ranges & preflop aggression. If you have not taken the quiz yet, start here: https://www.splitsuit.com/preflop-range-quiz/ This video deals with 2 questions: 1. What range does a TAG limp behind with from MP? 2. Is it better to raise or limp behind with 88? SplitSuit starts by looking at the TAG's limping range. On average, players thought this was a roughly 20% range of hands, and Split agrees with that. After laying out the entire hand and discussing where hands like 99, AJ, and A2s tend to go - Split looks at the line we should be taking with pocket Eights. And while 78% of players got the answer correct, 22% of players still wanted to limp it. Remember, aggression is a good thing! **IMPORTANT LINKS** * Punishing limpers with large raises: https://www.splitsuit.com/punishing-limpers-with-large-preflop-raises * How does the workbook work: https://www.splitsuit.com/how-to-build-poker-ranges-with-example * Set mining with small pocket pairs: https://www.splitsuit.com/small-pocket-pair-strategy * Adjusting to players who react to your aggression: https://www.splitsuit.com/making-adjustments-in-poker-after-reaction-to-aggression
Views: 3772 The Poker Bank
$50 12-Game HU w/ Reg., MTT Psychic Set-Mining & $90Mil Glitch-Pot
 
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Enjoy! 22:15 Called my shot on set of deuces . 25 $mBTC = $50USD when played.
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Poker Strategy: How To Play A Monster Draw With A Player All-in
 
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When facing a bet and an shove in front of us, what should we do with our massive draw? 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: 1768 CrushlivePoker
Mining Claim in Nevada - Lower Mattress Claim Set
 
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The Mattress Set placer mining claims secure the alluvial gravels down wash from an auriferous Tertiary gravel deposit and highgrade bedrock gold-silver veins Including the Poker Game Mine and the Silver Princess Mine. The claims are located at the eastern portion of Slate Ridge, which is well known for high grade lode gold and silver deposits. The claims are split into the upper and lower mattress sets. Both sets offer an ideal small to large processing plant activities. We suggest picking up both claims sets, acquiring a Notice of Intent permit and start your mining project. You could be up and running within a month. For more information on this claim visit our website @: advancedgeologic.com
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: 10616 Willmasaur
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: 7958 PokerListings
Poker Training Videos. Episode 6: Crush Cash Games Series
 
44:04
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 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELSOGye_SI Episode 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_OnPZx2aA
Views: 2492 Brad Wilson
Poker Strategy: Aces Gets An Ugly Runnout
 
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In this hand we get to four bet aces, but get a not great flop and a bad turn. Can we just fold our hand on the turn, or do we still have to call? If you want to call in with a hand or question for Bart use the number 323 348 1281. 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: 2591 CrushlivePoker
Semi-Bluffing With OVERS & GUTSHOT | SplitSuit
 
12:10
See what goes into making the RIGHT play with gutshots: https://www.splitsuit.com/poker-gutshot-strategy Should you semi-bluff with two overcards and a gutshot? Should you just call it instead? What even goes into determining these answers? SplitSuit breaks it down through the lens of an interesting hand from Alex's $1/$2 home game. Most players in this game overvalue their hands, which complicates things when he flops an big gutshot in a 5-way pot. Split focuses on 3 major things: 1. The preflop isolation size is too small 2. The flop CB, while standard in a HU pot, is not great in such a MW spot 3. The turn check/shove is likely worse than just check/calling Tools like Equilab and SplitSuit's EV spreadsheet are used to take a big-picture look at the turn line. Yes, the $30 bet on the turn looks weak, but is it really going to fold often enough to make our shove good? Or, should we call getting 4:1 - even OOP and with only 1 card to come? Let's break it down... *NEXT STEP* The One Percent course takes a frequency-first look at building ranges and a strategy that your opponents simply won't beat. This is the foundation of understanding GTO vs exploitative lines, and will help you protect your own ranges while also pummeling the regs in your game: https://www.splitsuit.com/the-one-percent-course *RELATED LINKS* EV Spreadsheet: https://redchippoker.com/free-poker-ev-spreadsheet/ Isolation Raise Sizes: https://redchippoker.com/attacking-limpers-podcast/ MW C-betting: https://www.splitsuit.com/cb-in-multi-way-pots How To Use Equilab: https://www.splitsuit.com/equilab-poker-software-video
Views: 5273 The Poker Bank
Poker Training Videos: Enhance Your Edge presents Poker VIP episode 3
 
30:12
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: 894 Brad Wilson
Poker Training Videos. Episode 9: Crush Cash Games Series
 
35:46
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
Views: 1300 Brad Wilson
Poker Training Videos. Crush Cash Games: Episode 32
 
34:17
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: 1625 Brad Wilson
Poker Training Videos. Episode 20: Crush Cash Games
 
32:02
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: 819 Brad Wilson
Hand Reading in poker
 
48:17
This video is about hand reading in poker
Views: 27875 PokerBrainiacs
Poker Training Videos. Crush Cash Games: Episode 28
 
29:42
Full information about this series in the description bar! For additional content, check out www.EnhanceYourEdge.com. 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: 785 Brad Wilson
Poker Science: What can we Learn from Poker Artificial Intelligence?
 
05:42
Professor Colin G. West explains just how good Poker AI has become and what we can take from it to outplay our human opponents. Written by Colin G. West. Video editing and title animation by Aly West.
Views: 2486 The Poker Guys

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