25 Comments

  • AAMinge

    December 20, 2013

    bet is obv a cbet.
    I have few questions, remarks:
    a) why is AKs in our prerange but not AKo?
    b) I dont think bad random villains are aware of ur BU flatting range
    c) assuming I am wrong with b): why should villain contibet his UTG raise
    with KK here? Plz exlain. If villain, as you indirectly argue, is aware of
    a wider BU calling range, and he knows that he represents a tight range.
    Why should we expect a bet with nuts here? Is flop dry?
    d) When you recommend call for setvalue, plz also discuss implieds from
    stacks. E.g.: if effective stack is 10bb here, you’d never call for
    setvalue´╗┐

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    December 20, 2013

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  • Harry Jones

    December 20, 2013

    Some people love to slow play their flopped sets, so if he hit kk he might
    not bet. Giving up the lead is pretty suspicious, he’e either trapping or
    giving up on his hand, and after such a big lead (5xbb) I would be really
    worried about kk and ak. I would personally check here and avoid being
    check raised, with intention to call on the turn where he might try to
    bluff if he has nothing and if he does beat us then we don’t lose quite so
    much

  • surreysteve

    December 20, 2013

    Basic principles OK but thats about it. “Beginners” a) Don’t always 5x
    raise with top hands b) “Beginners” have no concept of ‘pot control’ (as
    mentioned in video). More likely 5x raises are often used by very average
    players to take a pot down with a hand they feel vulnerable eg 22-88 and
    AJ. The only weak player here would appear to be the author, putting in
    nearly half the pot to go set mining (12%) when a fold is obvious. Surely a
    half decent example could have been constructed?

  • TheUSAHunter

    December 20, 2013

    I love you

  • Dani Yoksa

    December 20, 2013

    this means NOTHING in online poker, so many donkes and so much riegged
    sites u cant read shit

  • TheUSAHunter

    December 20, 2013

    Answer: 3-bet?

  • Luke Bodom

    December 20, 2013

    It was a joke, because he’s so talented lol. Like how the commentator said
    ” only daniel negreanu has access to the players whole cards “. Was said in
    that sort of nature.

  • greenbeanvideos

    December 20, 2013

    it is possible. the dialogue is simply to illustrate what type of thoughts
    you want to be having to be a good hand reader.

  • riedstep

    December 20, 2013

    I think a check there equals kings. At least at 1 2 tables it does.

  • zennegen1

    December 20, 2013

    depending on the skill level of the player, they might realize that you
    might value bet on the flop simply because they have position (this is all
    assuming this is heads up play), therefore extracting more value for their
    hand.

  • John Cope-Flanagan

    December 20, 2013

    Not every card, not even remotely close. He can guess the opponents cards
    sometimes, he’s good at it, or just really lucky, but it’s probably like
    1/100 hands he actually guesses his opponents exact hands.

  • 10lies1stun

    December 20, 2013

    I do this a lot,checking the nuts has offered me way bigger pots,I like
    them to re raise Eachother and I will only call,I ll re raise the river or
    go all in since I know they won’t fold once they put so many chips in the
    pot. After,my bluffs at river will work too since they don’t wanna get the
    same bad beat like before.lol

  • jaredjric

    December 20, 2013

    is it possible for the villain to check on flop if he has KK? why would u
    rule out KK??

  • tfcowner

    December 20, 2013

    have you heard of set mining? if the players stacks are big enough and your
    opponent has one of those big hands you could have awesome implied odds,
    enough to make your money back for the times you miss if you run it
    infinitely

  • NewSchoolPOKERstrat

    December 20, 2013

    Although it would be kinda bad depending on stack depth u can’t rule out kk
    when fish checks, it’s a c bet if he leads which I think mostly he does w
    all but QQ,JJ, and maybe KK. I’ve always bets the rest of his range
    including random air

  • zUnseen

    December 21, 2013

    if i had kk and a k came out on the flop i would check to get my opponent
    in a trap… just saying

  • Chris Wilson

    December 21, 2013

    I would think KK or AK is more possible than QQ or JJ with the check.
    Although AK and KK, and possibly KQ is in our range, there are about 17
    (and probably much more) other hands we could have. The villain should bet
    QQ or JJ for information, to see if we have a King. With no draws, if we
    call they could assume they’re beat and fold the turn, losing the minimum.

  • kira-ann smith

    December 21, 2013

    Continuation bet

  • Chris Williams

    December 21, 2013

    It’s very unlikely he has KK checking the nuts on the flop unless he is a
    fish thinking he’s trying to trap you, it’s likely he was scared by the K
    and has QQ or JJ. Raising UTG and then checking K high flop is very fishy
    if he has AA or KK. A good player would continuation bet.

  • Lucian Irescu

    December 21, 2013

    c-bet:)

  • achraf frioui

    December 21, 2013

    its just impossible dude because u can have any 2 random cards

  • tiago279

    December 21, 2013

    the player flop k k k, is slow playing ur 2 2 2 . there was no problem of
    str8 or fush in th flop and he just check to induce a bet of u

  • Joseph Green

    December 21, 2013

    Continuation bet

  • achraf frioui

    December 21, 2013

    lm gonna check my KK 4 sure, if I flop a K in a safe board (u should of
    gave more details about the 9 and the 2 and ur self as well) since u just
    call the preflop raise then lm gonna check my KK and let u catch up

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