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Poker Vlog Episode twelve: Just One more Session – two/3 NLH





Hand replay and investigation of a $two/$3 Are living Poker overview from Saturday May twentieth at seven Mile Casino in Chula Vista California. Not the most thrilling or interesting session just about every played, just played the hands I was dealt.

Hand 1 (JJ) – :seventeen-two:31

Hand two (AA) – two:32-4:30

Hand 3 (AJo) – 4:31-5:55

Hand 4 (33) – 5:fifty six-seven:55

Hand 5 (J9s) – seven:fifty six-eleven:39

New music by BENSOUND 
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24 comments

  1. The manner you used the phrase referred to being recognized not bad luck. Listen your fairly new, I like you (not a troll) but how you say things matters. I would advise you to rebuy if the game is good, bad beats are a part of poker. Stay humble young man.

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  2. Your due? What is it you have accomplished that someone should recognize you for it? Arrogant statement for someone who won't rebuy when you take a beat. 12 vlogs and you deserve something? For what buying a camera?

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  3. Cool vid, based on previous hands, I expected the in line guy in the last hand to flip queen 10 and expected a 8 to hit the river lol

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  4. How much do you tip in these stakes?

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  5. shoot it, hahaha. dumb and dumber

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  6. My suggestion on using "Share my pair" cut out the animations and sounds, just take screen shots after the animation is complete an use that. I think it takes away from the video, it was kind of annoying but you can certainly get around that.

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  7. great vid. Love the analysis at this level. It has really helped my game.

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  8. how do you keep track of the hands played including the opponents stack size??? For a long session I am sure that is a lot of note taking…

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  9. Nice solid straight forward content once again. On the QJ hand I think a case can be made for both raising and calling. Sounds like your intention was to get the other player to come along an overpair is what we're mostly targeting, and I think a call does that better than a raise. Assuming they're not a complete spewbot, it's tough for a mediocre player to continue with an overpair with all that action ahead of him, you do benefit from protection as you said with a raise and being heads up, but I think the long term profitability is still there to call imo.

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  10. Well done Sir 🙂
    I was wondering if you can cut down through the animation of cards being dealt. I know I am being nitpicky but otherwise, the Vlog is perfect! Wish you good luck m/

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  11. I like the other hand replay because its easy to see the bet sizes with out audio.

    Also, I like a small bet around 40-50 into the side pot with the aces. Could induce. Love your videos, keep grinding. Gl

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  12. This is a really fantastic vlog. You've got something really nice and original going here. The last thing youtube needs is another guy copying Neeme who is himself copying others. Great stuff!

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  13. good vlog.

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  14. g1

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  15. I think Jonathan Little uses this same hand replayer… pretty good player, I like it!

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  16. Great episode to say the least. Right down to the point with in depth analysis. I like the new software as well. I have to say that you move along so fast that I don't dare get distracted or I'll be rerunning the episode.
    It's good to see a growing list of vlogs with different approaches and yours is one of my favorites.

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  17. Enjoying the winning streak!

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  18. Great session man!! Like the new software!!

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  19. share my pair is good software and looking froward to more hand breakdowns,.. new sub and enjoy your thought process do far…

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  20. nice video.

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  21. Well done sir – important to show the "less exciting sessions" as you put it. It was extremely well done & very useful

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  22. Love the way you played AA against that specific opponent. The J9 is a toss up between calling and raising. Both have merit. Count me in the group that likes Share My Pair better.

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  23. For the second hand, I like a really small bet ($50 into a $350 pot) to give the other player what he thinks is a good price to call. Regardless of how the board runs out, your stack is going in anyways.

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  24. sharemypair I like it. keep up the vlogs thanks

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