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Weirdest PLO Hands – Bankroll Problem Recap!





What is up fellas? Right here are some of the weirdest PLO hands I’ve played through the $1k to $10k obstacle so considerably. Coming again from my trip to Greece tomorrow and coming again to critique some significant stakes hands and bankroll building.

Poker can get fairly crazy sometimes and I can convey to you from expertise this will not only occur at the minimal stakes. Hope you fellas take pleasure in this motion-packed online video. GL at the tables!

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21 comments

  1. Hello , how far are you in your challenge so far? i was thinking it s really difficult to live from poker unless you can afford and reach very high limits/ Tbh i was excpecting you to do this sucess this challenge within a month and now i realize how hard is becoming online poker.

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  2. you should literally never be folding the ace high flush there at that stake level. you are giving ur players to much credit. come on man. way to nitty…..

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  3. first 10 seconds? where do you see the nut flush? i dont see the 7d8d in your hand?

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  4. Probably call the A high flushes that have a blocker to (any of the) straight flushes and fold the ones that don't on the first hand. Don't think this specific combo can be a fold.

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  5. Not streaming directly upon arriving from the airport. No passion confirmed ! 😉

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  6. R we having a stream today?

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  7. So, show of hands: credit for SF blocker bluff with 7D, or just 2nd nut spewage? If it's the former, it's an impressive bit of know-thy-customer. Slow clap.

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  8. Jnandez87 I love you but I wanna slap you for making them folds. I woulda called even if my bankroll was $500

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  9. You lvl you self so mutch for this limit

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  10. Wow…did that first guy ever show you the bluff? I'm shocked to see you fold that one!!! You really put him on the straight flush huh? Fuck I wish I knew what he had now I'm racking my brain trying to think lol

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  11. A K 7 2 this is the best possible hand in omaha hahaha…also u guys talk about one hand for about like minute. in omaha when u have blockers ,and the other guy obviously bluffs u ,sometimes u do the instant call. Could u add this snap calls to your videos ? Thank u JNandez ,we luv the shit u post. Much love and peace

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  12. I think there's a good chance that bet was a bluff. A snap call with the straight flush on the turn would be an even bigger level. A rec would Hollywood there. Also they immediately knew you would wondering whether it could be a bluff. Also picked a card on the only possible combo he could have there. Maybe offer the guy an incentive to show the screenshot. Pay for info, after all

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  13. that first hand where you folded the nut flush was the sickest fucking fold I have seen in my entire life. You are one sick fuck, jnandez.

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  14. what HUD are you using on partypoker?

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  15. I get the logic behind folding the ace high flush but this is low stakes, the guy could easily be turning sets into bluffs, overplaying K/Q high flushes and just going crazy. I happily go broke to the river pot bet.

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  16. lol the last hand tilted those guys to mars I swear lmao

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  17. I'm curious. Im super new to PLO. I see your playing .10c/.20c to bring $1k – $10k. Did you give yourself a timetable that's reasonable to hit this mark at those blinds? Seems very low stakes, but then again I dont know much PLO

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  18. Very reasonable folds imo. Sure sometimes like this you look stupid but overall low stakes players dont try to many banzai moves in big pots.

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  19. i don't understand how you fold the nut flush on a board that isn't paired kinda ridiculous imo folding the a boat hurt me even more wtf

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  20. Luckiest nit ever.

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  21. JNandez, what would you say your %chance of losing (as in negative net profits) over the course of the entire bankroll challenge so far? If I am winning at 10BB/100 in PLO and Holdem, are my percent chances of losing over the course of x amount of hands the same or is PLO easier to lose in? It is an interesting concept to me that PLO can be so much more swingy than NL yet edges can be way bigger. Thanks for the vids 🙂

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