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Actively playing Poker Versus Maniacs (novices, undesirable gamers, fish)





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24 comments

  1. Or pocket fives…

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  2. Mann.. I feel like I'm so used to getting beat by KK and AA that I'd be sooo hesitant to call an all in on the turn, how is that possibly a snapcall?

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  3. fuck this video

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  4. So, "how to play against maniacs"???
    Instead of explaining this, you just showed a ~useless hand.

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  5. there´s too many draws that he could complete on the river, I would have tried to stop him on the turn with a shove or something like that

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  6. That was a weird gamble by utg1. His bet on the turn only made sense to me if he hit his trip 5s and was trying to trap the opponent. Due to the 21$ bet on the flop it wouldnt seem wrong I think. But as it is, it looks like he was just to unexperienced of a player (or maybe he was salty or whatever reason) to let go of AK and just got super lucky at the end.

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  7. Weird title – villain is NOT a maniac

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  8. wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too much poker splaining. just get to the point and stop trying to analyze every possible situation because in the end you didnt even have an idea of what he had anyway so all that talk was for nothing

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  9. He should have shove all-in after flop!

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  10. He should raised all in after the flop and the other weak player with the Ace would have folded

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  11. If he jams he gives the other guy terrible odds at a A or K so he has any brain he folds

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  12. this is what happens to me, like.. a high percentage of time. I bet on all streets, idiots pay and get saved by the river.

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  13. My logic would be if I think the raise is too big for me to lose that much money I can fold without a possibility to put my stack at a disadvantage. If you have chips you can always come back. If you blow your chips you can't bet anymore. I would rather lose a hand and wait for a better hand when I feel that my cards are so strong that I can't help but win. I would rather lose with trip 3's (222) than lose with two pair. I am more likely to throw it all in there than with a weak pair.

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  14. Villain smooth-calls a preflop raise with AK and you call him a maniac? Any self-respecting maniac would have 3-bet huge…Villain was not a maniac, title of video is misleading…

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  15. Sooooooo basically, you have no or very little idea what your opponents have? It took 8 minutes to say, mmmmaaayyybe!

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  16. Great starting hand but not if you don't make a flush draw or pairs. I would have limped. I would have bet the pot bet with just a pair of Q's and there is a flush draw that I would want to kick out. I would have bet the pot again on the turn. The all in if he held out till the river would now concern me but I probably wouldn't let it get to that. This all being said I try and write my response before we get to the end as I see each step.

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  17. The $25 bet by the villain on the turn to many players looks weird but it was simply an attempt by them to dictate the price of seeing the next card. Which the Hero obliged. That typically happens when the villain knows the hero will bet the turn but theyre trying to peel off without having to go all in. You have to shove to the $25 bet on the turn. Just calling allows the draw to see the next card at their price. Not good.

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  18. Yep this is why playing aggressively is better, force folds.

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  19. The 25$ bet was not weird. I'd put it on a play or probably a tell that is called a blocker bet. the villains strategy of wanting to see the river card. In identifying this situation the turn should be bet large. Many times villain has cards higher than the queen AK in this instance, a six outer twice.

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  20. Nice hand review dude!

    I literally lol when I saw villain's hand at the end! Ha ha ha ha.

    Thanks for taking the time to explain the thought process!

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  21. Thank you for helping me with my poker game! In between rolls right now so off table training it is! Can't wait to play with you!

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  22. With what was on the table, I would have made him go all in.. But I have a feeling he would have called it and it would have been a bigger loss. So .. You did alright Gareth 😊

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  23. Can’t put people on ranges if they are just any two cards. You just have to play your hands

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  24. omg dont play this hand with your low bets…just bet every turn 70% of Pot

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