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Garrett Adelstein is at it once more, this time on Dwell At The Bicycle in a $twenty five/50 sport that is participating in pretty big. He defends his big blind with a questionable hand, but gets just the runout he was hunting for. Andy is not positive what to make of it when Garrett starts off checkraising and bombing the river. Must he stick close to with his top pair?

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38 comments

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  2. i like your shirt. I can relate to it.

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  3. 16:45 Notice that Garrett proceeds to take a bite of his spaghetti. I believe the noodles were al dente. Sauce–also, marinara.

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  4. haha doug giving garret the donk no respect. Is garret not busto yet ? he sucks so bad. Definition of Bad Reg.

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  5. 18:03 love how gman is just casually eating

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  6. I had never heard of you Doug before finding your channel and now i watch old episodes (aussie cash game etc) and see you all the time. I find your channel entertaining and your sense of humor is priceless! cheers.

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  7. Anyone want to help me out with a situation i recently ran into at my last session. I have about 350. UTG has about 40, person to my right has about 100. The rest of the table has stacks ranging 70-500 even mix of shorter mid and big stacks. Blinds 2/3. Im 3rd to act from the BB and I get delt QQ. The 1st person goes all in, 2nd person calls. I raised it to 80. The whole rest of the table folded except the 2nd position. Was that a good play or should have I just called to try and get more people in the hand?

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  8. Garret giving away his hand by eating lol

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  9. "He should call 40% of the time"
    So fucking wrong it hurts, just shoot the commentator

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  10. LATB would actually be a good lil poker show if it wasnt for horrible announcers !!

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  11. Called me out at the end there. On the edge of my seat.

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  12. From one former fat kid to another, you're lookin good man.

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  13. More great analysis thank you Doug Polk!

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  14. Polker News idea. I think ppl would like to know more about Molly's Game.

    I think Toby Maguire is player X but that's about it.

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  15. Yabba Dabba Do

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  16. @8:18 “he looked at the dealer and said raise.” Nope he never looked at the dealer. That would be too strong

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  17. Who’s that weird ugly bag of aids with the camo hat on @:10?

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  18. Lol @ these titles. Awesome

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  19. Does that guy have a really small head or are those really big glasses?

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  20. Could you please put the pot size in the title and the thumbnail. I think, the channel could benefit from it.

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  21. Video starts at 2:26 after upswing poker ad.

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  22. As Garret, what bluffs do we have on the turn here? I often don't like raising against good players in this spot, because I feel like it's hard to balance. Typically, I'm going to raise a strong draw on the flop, and this turn usually won't change the situation much, so a 2bet here looks really strong and unbalanced.

    I guess we could consider a 2bet with like, Ah4h, 3h5h, or AhTh sometimes, but again, it seems so much better to do this on the flop, since we can more profitably get those hands in on the flop if we need to. I guess 3s5s is an option?

    My other problem with raising turn here is that we're not gonna get another street of value on the river most of the time, I think. I guess this again makes the case for raising some weaker draws like 3s5s so we can barrel river to balance things out.

    EDIT: Although I guess I didn't take the fact that we're so deep into consideration. We're pretty much never getting it in on the flop, so I guess it's fine to save a lot of our aggression for the turn here, especially since our bigger implied odds can make up for the fact that we only have one card to come.

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  23. Acting very quickly tends to indicate the player didn't have much of a decision to make, especially when you're playing with inexperienced players. On average, I wouldn't expect Garret to show up with a hand like Ah4h here, because we'd think he'd at least take a second to consider a raise. A 2 totally makes sense (this player may never raise a 2 in this spot), as would a weak Q.

    In any case, I agree that we shouldn't place too much weight on this. Live reads should only be considered a secondary source of information at best, and are typically only useful in marginal spots when you've observed a player for a long time and have a lot of confidence in what you've seen. A hard-and-fast rule like "reacted quick so they never have a two" is dumb and worse than useless; it's actively harmful. Players do weird things all the time, often without realizing it, and might change their plays and reactions based solely on external factors like being bored, hungry, tilted, distracted, etc., so placing too much weight on any given action is going to get you into trouble in the long run.

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  24. so lemme get this straight small size raise is 3x (150) and a BIG raise is 3.5x (175). come on doug they are virtually the same sizing. garrett will have any 2 rags in the bb here

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  25. I don't agree with Doug regarding the speed of the call. Especially in live settings, when someone has to call and has people behind, if he/she has a monster or is very weak – it will take longer. A fast call usually means mid strength automatic decision, like a heart draw or a weak queen (no reason to fold, no reason to raise on the flop, just call fast)

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  26. Doug says that he would fold Kings here and call Aces…that makes no sense whatsoever

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  27. One of your best videos Doug. Keep it up!

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  28. Weird that they'd talk about the speed of the call as a tell but not the eating after a massive overbet. I know Doug focuses more on GTO play than live tells, but damn that is a pretty big tell in most cases. Given that you already can be folding a lot of hands given the overbet and that AQ is right on the border, I'm letting that live tell lead me to a fold there.

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  29. Received the 1100$ as requested, thanks Doug.

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  30. 9:40 you dont even recycle! bad doug!

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  31. A good exemple of why GTO line is just to be taken as theoric information in live.

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  32. He called because he thort the guy was busting a move.

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  33. Quote of the video “the speed of a Call does not mean shit”…. hilarious…

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  34. Lol the garbage bag…

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  35. such an easy fold, adelstein is in the big blind… range easily smashed that board against hj open.

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  36. Not a good river call for the main reasons you outlined Doug…he doesn’t have to call with many hands, and yeah that overbet size is just massive.

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  37. Dougie, my dude, can you make a video on your top 5 crypto currencies for 2018?

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  38. You know what costs me a lot of money??? Playing Doug Polk heads up. ㅠㅠㅠ

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