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Crush Micro Stakes Tight Aggressive Poker Series – Episode one





Printed on Mar ten, 2016

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43 comments

  1. ahahahahahahah

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  2. No offense really, but im not intefested in what uve been up to. Just get on with it, i apologise for my add

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  3. 3bet A9s how do u fold that? With only 6 players? Range is Way too nitty… Bored. at those stakes?

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  4. This may be completely pointless. But in hold em, as in life u want to do EVERYTHING in moderation. Not too much. Not too little. You can play perfect, get it in good. And still lose. U can suck out on people. The way this guy is playing imo, is too tight. If u only bet when u have a good hand, that hits. Its too ez for ur opponents to fold. I can also say this as a fact. When u do actually have a solid starting hand, and smack the flop or the turn gives u the nuts, when u get no action there. Thats waaaaaay worse imo, then getting called on a bluff because it happens so rarely. U have to be aggressive and buy pots. When u steal pots from people, they will want to call u more and more. And the one time u want to get called, u just might. Thats my time. Thank you

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  5. the majority of site that offer microstakes you will find players who love action and simply do not want to sit around and wait for range hands. you will see people calling 3 bets with the bottom of their "range" it is much harder to deny equity

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  6. you also have to realize that playing a tighter range may limit the amount of larger pots contested, but variance will usually be a bit lower. also be aware that you are trying to make money from people who are worse than you.

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  7. you have o start with a TAG style and adjust to the table. the mistake in thinking which doesnt really apply to zoom poker is to adjust to your particular table. there is not 1 strategy that is best all the time. however, your foundation strategy should not change

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  8. allot of these comments are form people who dont understand how microstakes really works. it is not a game were a lot of people are bluffing. it may seem that way but its not. people are more apt to call proflop with a much wider range than optimal but they are less willing to multi barrel bluff you a high percentage of the time. many may c bet as a reflex move but most wont take it multi-streets. the best way to play micro is from a pure TAG value position. it is also a numbers game and pushing your equity when you have the best of it. bluffing, while it has its place, pure bluffs rarely do.

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  9. What is that app that tells you the odds? someone knows?

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  10. Good vid. New player. While listening with the vid behind my table I'm playing I have been able to effectively implement some 3 bets raising my stack about 15%. Thanks. I'll look for more. Subscribed.

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  11. I found my range wich is looser than yours but still very conservative to be too tight online, most people open rediculously wide so its profitable to loosen up slightly.

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  12. Why do you have zero balance in your ranges?

    When you talk about villains I believe you inflict your own ranges onto them when they are by far wider.

    To play this style you would not only be the nittyest at the table but you'd also be an easy read and rarely paid off by players paying attention.

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  13. I thought this was very interesting, will watch the rest of the series.

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  14. Nananoko?

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  15. When I saw the 'hero fold' on the turn with the set of nines I was skeptical, but when I saw the open fold of KQs from the small blind "because the CO opened to 4x" that clinched it for me. Glad your strategy is working out for you…

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  16. Thanks! Just starting out in poker and this is a great help.

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  17. Enter here https://t.me/pokerstudygroup

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  18. super nitty! jk… but… i did wanna point out.. you mention how our positional advantage is minimized because of the calling station nature of our opponents. well. wouldnt that also apply to us.. therefore. we can help nullify their positional advantge by proper bet sizing, value betting etc. maybe KQs would be a call? i dunno though

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  19. YOU SHOULD BE RICH BY 2345

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  20. What are you doing with the tan hands over on the right in each opening range? Are those mostly fold but sometimes raise. Do you limp with these hands in loose passive games? Also, what HUD are you using? Mine doesn't show win odds, which would be very nice.

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  21. OK I feel stupid asking this but I really want to know. You raise preflop with good starting hands and then when the flop is not friendly you just check and fold to a bet. You kind of just give up. Why isn't it better to limp in and then bet the flop when you hit and also on the occasional bluff? That's what I do and yeah I'm probably not maximizing my potential profits from that raise preflop, but I'm also not losing money when the flop comes up rags. I mean Im still new to poker but playing passively preflop and aggressively post flop seems "right" to me. Opponents will think they have a read on me, that I only bet the flop when I hit, but I still throw in some bluffs on the flop and get folds. And another thing…if I just limp in preflop and someone else raises, I just call the raise and see the flop. Because I figure most people would raise this hand anyway preflop so calling a raise is like I raised it myself right? I dunno just my thoughts don't make fun of me people lol

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  22. For all of you that interesting in microstakes, honestly, what you need is FISH. In a country with high EDUCATION INDEX, you will rarely find fish since most of them are well educated and taugh not to burn to much money. Can you imagine, a country with low EDUCATION INDEX ( and that low education index is fake….actually, their index are lower than that ), 250 m population, no tax for online poker, 20 thousand players every days, 4 thousand at lowest hours, it is a really big pond that full of fishes. Yes, some of them say that they are good in poker, but what prove you are good or not is your end result. If you can get 1000 US $ – 1500 US $ a month for 4 years consistently, is it good or bad? It is not a big wage in country with 51000 GDP per capita, but it is a very big wage in a country with 3600 GDP per capita.

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  23. What software is being used at the top of the screen, the green rectangle showing pots odds ect? Thanks

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  24. how do you get this pot odds and EV stats up there? I use pockertracker but my Hud doesnt have that .

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  25. Where can i get these baords to download??

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  26. I play on ACR and people use HUDs. Also, they dont offer zoom/zone poker. Would your starting hand charts still apply to standard 6max at ACR?

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  27. Where is the calling range for BB?

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  28. Do you have a facebook and where did you get that equity thing at the top of your tables on bovada/ignition..

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  29. 18:18 fold KQs vs open raise CO. It's no call? sry i speak bad english.

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  30. You have the discipline , I haven't seen you utg+1 Barrel to exspoe your fish . You play to tight u dnt make money . U should raise your stacks asap because u wouldn't have no problem surviving.

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  31. Nice guide. Is there any way for me to download the charts?

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  32. no offense, but can you show us your winrate and prove that it's a profitable strategy to learn from?
    So far, I think the video was great, thanks for the upload! I'll finish all the series soon

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  33. why is your sb range smaller than your button range?

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  34. You open JTs UTG but not QJs?

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  35. What about BB? Do you play it like SB Opening and same for Open Calling?

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  36. I'm wondering how you're folding the Ace-rags from late-position and feeling it is profitable?
    Aren't you losing a big sum of $ that would've been coming from the blinds? (Who as you mentioned; "People over-fold on zone-poker.")
    Thanks in advance for the response! Hope you're running better. 🙂
    Helpful video, thank you.

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  37. Think your playing far to nitty tight. Don't fold A5s and 3 bet with crap hands and blatantly bluff other players off there hands. And chuck that tracker thing out the window. You will go on massive down swings if you play to tight.

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  38. Can you tell me what the equity calculator/HUD is at the top of your tables? green band across the top?

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  39. whats the difference bt your Tight Aggressive and a nit.

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  40. What poker tracker is that?

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  41. are any shortstack players at the micros competent?

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  42. Hi there, firstly thanks for the free knowledge, it really helps a lot. I'm pretty new to this so sorry if it's a bad question haha but when it comes to the calling chart, what happens when you are in the big blind position?…..also when you have these hands for the opening chart, should you check, call or raise with them?

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  43. I'd like to see you run a video that's not zone poker, you did the micro stakes zone series which I watched, and even in that series you said that you recommend new players not playing zone because you made like 4x less money per hour.

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