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  • Криптовалути

    dean - - BG - генерален

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    Здравейте, Доста на брой покер играчи се интересуват от блокчейн революцията, но информацията на български за това как работи Биткойн е оскъдна. Споделям с вас сайта, който създадохме за да ви даде добра представа по темата, тъй като е важно да се информираме, преди да инвестираме в каквото и да било, още повече в бъдещето на криптото, което все още е нещо съвсем ново. - Какво е Биткойн и как работи. Биткойн майнинг, халвинг, ETF и др. - Как работи Етериум и ревю на подбрани перспективни крипто …

  • Hypnotix poker blog

    dean - - BG - блогове

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    Well done, good work!

  • Hud

    dean - - EN - Strategy & Hand Discussion

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    It works the other way around. Most nits have low W$WSF. And redline aggressive guys have higher number. Basically the more you fight for pots the higher the number.

  • You have polarized size usually for nuts and bluffs (potential nuts) and it’s a little non standard to use on 4-card straight board. It’s ok. Not necessarily bad. 2) i like going big with nuts on the river. Down to probably KQ although it blocks calling range a lot. But then to have FH - do you overbet JT/99 on the turn?

  • Problem here with J on the river after we OB turn is that we end up not having any other value hand than KQ and that might lead to BB call off with most bluffcatchers like trips and OP. You can also use a smaller size on the turn then OB jam river might also include your FH in line. Now he has more trouble calling off as light.

  • Daddy is Home

    dean - - EN - Blogs

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    Wtf the lost germolch a4938fcf4848ac1df28edd9209b777c9.png

  • What is your turn bluff range after skip XC this flop in MW pot?

  • People will show up with bluffs like Ax, KQ, QT type more often than not. One should 3bet way looser preflop if they know they will get folds from all bluffcatchers to 3barrel even in some spots. This can be easily one of them. On the other hand if you have a strong population feeling that a spot is underbluffed just fold JJ yes. But not sure about this board being one of them.

  • Folding river means guy has no bluffs because this is around our strongest non-nut range. If you believe it's true then folding is good.

  • Mono boards - you don't really need to put them into one size category. F.e. A92/K82m and T87/876m will need different sizes and freq. 1/3 is fine for your range on this board. 60% not particullary bad for this hand. Often seen mistakes from NL50 players - using 50% or 67% sizings most of the times. Try to get more complex with bigger and smaller sizes as well.

  • Daddy is Home

    dean - - EN - Blogs

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    I am in Kyiv now and my guess is it could quite accordingly match as one of your next stops.

  • Preflop 3bet is good. Call 4bet - easy. Flop - on this board where OOP has more nuts in their range, I wouldn’t expect that people check to XF. MP will have like 2.5% 4b range without any personal info. We will more often see slowplayed nuts or check to XR. Do we need protection? No. Just check is good. You can check behind your entire range here. Not much reason to bet. Turn tiny size is usually a value bet, rarely flop give ups will go 1/3 turn as a bluff. I’d fold (as played also fold river) …

  • AK Play MW?

    dean - - EN - Strategy & Hand Discussion

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    Preflop hand goes well for a 3bet. Flop call is fine. Turn - if we have a calling range COvUT, it will be built mostly by PPs and broadways. We fold all the PPs on the flop and feels like we have better hands to defend there on the turn, not sure if this one gets there. Given people tend to barrel more conservatively 3-way, I’d prefer folding vs 2/3 turn, although calling is obviously not terrible.

  • Daddy is Home

    dean - - EN - Blogs

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    Game getting easier - first sign you’re getting a better player

  • This is definitely too nitty to not vbet KQ on the river. Vs 20/16 guy on BB, maybe.

  • BvB srp A5o

    dean - - EN - Strategy & Hand Discussion

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    Yeah, you might have a fold on the turn since you have probably enough better hands to defend. But river should be a clear call with all 2p+ hands given all draws miss he should be easily turn big chunk of them into bluffs.

  • 3bet Pot Problems

    dean - - EN - Strategy & Hand Discussion

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    Flop you have huge range advantage so you can bet small with high % freq. This hand betting big makes it worse blocking his calling range. Just bet 1/3. River if you want to go for stacks just XC, he can bluff hands like JT/AJ but hands that will call you off are not as many. Sizing plan confusion - try to plan it in advance. If you bet flop small you will avoid having much trouble with that.

  • 3bet On Turn spot

    dean - - EN - Strategy & Hand Discussion

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    Flop - you have nuts in those wide ranges spot BvB. Just cbet for value. Turn - you have nuts again - bet big for value. Like 80% at least. The bigger the better. 3-bet - you mostly get called by better hands for this huge size. You don’t want that. If you want to charge him then raise him smaller. Just calling is fine too.

  • Messed Up(?) Spot

    dean - - EN - Strategy & Hand Discussion

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    Hi, Hand - you don’t have to necessarily bet on the dry board bottom pair with best kicker. If you bet then 1/3 will be enough. Range - on this board you have decent range advantage and can cbet without much to worry about. River - he unlilely has Kx calling flop, nore many 2x hands defended vs 3x. Tx doesn’t go this big for value on the river then you have a reasonable spot to be happy to bluffcatch. This hand is a decent candidate.

  • It's fine to turn some stuff into XR bluff on the turn, but you have enough of hands without this significant SDV/bluffcatchers that play well with XC. If you are afraid your range is faced up and won't resist much to a 3rd bet then just start by XC flop with some over pairs and TP hands as well to balance.