Texas Holdem

How To Defeat Dwell Lower Stakes Poker (Dealing With Unfastened Opponents)





In this vlog, I explore the counter procedures that very best exploit loose passive and loose intense opponents. As constantly, if there are any issues or feedback fireplace away.

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  1. thx for the tips, like look left

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  2. you gave an example for disquising your hand strength against loose agressive player that creates more questions for me.. u suggested check calling to the river on Ak with optimal board on the flop.. i just wonder how you wouldnt feel insecure about the suck out that far in with just one pair. i would usually only do this with trips or better, and two pair just to the turn. do you have any advice about this concern, or did u do a video on this maybe? i definately struggle with suck out insecurity and probably give up value on high pairs and two pairs… really liking your videos btw

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  3. Best video I've seen on beating loose aggressive opponents. And you are 100% correct. LAGs rely heavily on information and perceived weakness.

    These guys are highly exploitable and unbalanced. The more even so called "good" LAGs deviate from balance the more exploitable they are. I used to be so intimidated by them and now I purposely look to play with them. They will do the betting for you lol.

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  4. Hi Nick,
    My question involves bet sizing against loose players pre-flop. I was playing a live 1/2 no limit game with 8 others at the table. There was a straddle to $5, so I raised with my AK suited to $25 under-the-gun. Everyone folds except the straddler, who calls with 34 offsuit. I ended up going all-in (after my raise, and his re-raise) after the flop, when the board came 3, 4, A. He ended up winning the hand. Should I have raised more initially under-the-gun?

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  5. a great book to check out that i bet u have come across but maybe some viewers may not have is "Playing the Player: Beyond ABC Poker" by Ed Miller!

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  6. Nick,
    Another good video. As i say, TAGS beat Calling Stations, LAGS beat TAGS, Calling Stations beat LAGS. Gross oversimplification, but has some Merritt.
    Possible good topic for a future video is how does small stacks impact your play. Also, similarly, how to understand whether an opponent is committed, which really impacts what lines you can take? These questions are important for me, because the low limit games here in southern ca don't typically play very deep.

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  7. Great video man. Happy new years!

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  8. My best friend is a loose passive player and we've been playing heads up pretty often. Been playing with your advice even before this video! Glad you solidified it for me! 🙂

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  9. good Vid. I am a loose passive player. just started playing so this helps. thanks

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  10. Excellent video. I'd like to also add that when playing the loose agressive types that more than anything you want to play the pots in position as much as possible. If that means to change seats to change the table dynamics then make sure you are taking advantage of that option.

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  11. Thanks for the video. These past couple months I have been taking my game more seriously and plan to take it to the next level in 2017 and start keeping stats on my game with poker tracker. I have been a recreational player for a couple years. Is there anything you wish you knew when you made the move from a recreational player to a player who keeps track of win/loss hourly rate, ect? I really utilize all the free content on the web that I can, any paid sites that you recommend? Thanks man.

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  12. it's still a leak of mine lol

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  13. do one on how hard it is to bluff these "stations"!

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  14. good motivation I'm fixing to go play !

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