Texas Holdem

Texas Holdem: Poker Event Tactic : Thieving Blinds Poker Tactic in Texas Holdem





Master the stealing blinds method for profitable Texas Holdem poker tournaments in this no cost poker tutorial films from our specialist card game participant and specialist casino gambler.

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44 comments

  1. much of this is true as far as i've learnt. I don't get why so many people dislike.

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  3. Does anybody know where this dumbass plays cash games? This was completely unhelpful….I kept waiting for Rick Astley to interrupt

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  4. what the fuck lol…

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  5. Oh hello! Have you thought about the book How to Shake the Online Poker Money Tree ? I got some very helpful tips from it and totally dominate now and kick butt multi-tabling with no fear.

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  6. what the fuck is this shit

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  7. this video is pretty funny

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  8. pokerschool dr. fish :p

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  9. Horrible

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  10. @burrirlo in soviet russia collect traps you

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  11. OMG, He looks like a profesional Bingo player, not a poker player

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  12. this guy dont know how to spell pojker

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  13. bet he dont win alot of tournements terrible

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  14. you suck

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  15. 4 times the big blind WTF? I love it when huge fish think that they know something about poker

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  16. ok those look like checkers and not chips…get the fuck outta here noob

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  17. lol these videos are hilarious….they are so terrible.
    this guy doesnt know the first thing about poker…

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  18. My God! Stop posting videos. You know shit about poker. If the blinds are substantial there is more to it. People will defend their stacks with 7 4 os against AA if they are short stacked; they still have a 38% chance heads up. Anyone reading this wanting to steal DON"T BE PREDICTABLE. Steal from the high jack or earlier. EVERYONE KNOWS THE BUTTON WILL TRY TO STEAL!

    P.S. If you insist on watching this nit's video. Let me know where you play poker 🙂

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  19. They are experts but the key word is village!!! They are experts in a village, their the best poker players out of a village of about 12 people.

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  20. looks liek garfield lol

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  21. not a great strategy really… basically people should just go all in with 78 so is it?
    no.1 tip for short stack strategy that most people know, UTG raises are most effective and if pulled off effectively will cover you for the next time you're on BB. Any ace you should push and any pocket pair. Short stack is usually considered less than 10bb,. Depends how big the blinds are,if you're 2nd chips leader but have only 20bb, then shoving shouldnt be an option, only online that happens in turbo tho

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  22. All the negative comments are stupid.

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  23. nema sta stari

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  24. Agreed, there is no way back if you go all in,sometimes better to live ot fight another day

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  25. I don't see why people need to take what's already obvious and meticulously explain it.

    This is what happens when you take a simple game and make it professional.

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  26. i'm a fan of betting half stack instead of all. it's implied that you're committed and will be all in after the flop no matter what drops. going all in looks weak and makes people wanna call.

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  27. what the fuck

    terrible explanation wow you're bad.

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  28. Search "Poker Strategy" on Krustbox (dot) com

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  29. I want them to think just that. Only putting half the stack in looks weak – so they think I'm probably strong and really want to be called! It all just depends on who you are at the table with and what your reputation is.

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  30. i need help finding a good place to learn to play video text pictures something

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  31. couldnt agree more

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  32. Once you get down to less than ten big blinds you have an unplayable stack and have to make decisions that are somewhat out of the ordinary. The good thing is that you will be tend to be called by someone who has a mediocre holding themselves because a) they really want to get you out and b) because they assume that your decision could be based on a weak holding.

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  33. i did this strategy, i was in the DEALER position, i had 3k chips (it was in the second table on a tournament and i had the minimal stack lol) then i got a good hand: pocket nines, the blinds were 400/800 and everybody called 800, and i went all in with 3k chips and no one called =) we were 9 players and i got 6400 chips. nice strategy! =) i got lucky no one had good hand =)

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  34. yeah for anyone watching this i'd also say players need an "all in or fold preflop" mentality when they get to at least 10- BB's – some players go all in or fold under 20 but basically you can't get so low that you have to double up multiple times to get back in the game

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  35. I get it! if you have nice shades it means you can play…lol!

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  36. Sorry, guess you hit a nerve and it got under my skin. You're right, my manners need some work as well.

    Peace!

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  37. Dayum, you're right, I didn't read your comment properly, for which I apologise! And yes, that was a stupid conclusion.

    Just please don't call me an idiot and discuss my alleged 'no manners' after all the time I spend on here defending my intelligence and my countries' mannners (compared with the USA's manners). WP UL.

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  38. Wow you sure are good at jumping to stupid conclusions. Who said anything about wanting people to fold when I actually have Aces. We are talking about being blinded out and having to either double up by getting a playable hand, or taking the dead money in the pot (Antes) and the blinds to give you time to play tight.
    Did you even watch the video or are you too much of an idiot to actually read these comments in context? Typical UK no manners BS – UK WAS known for being polite – what happened?

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  39. You mean you want people to fold when you have Aces? That's absolutely pathetic.
    You show strength by folding instead of going all in with a short stack, because your table image becomes tight, especially since you're under pressure to make a move. Idiot.

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  40. yes but if you don't go all in with such a small stack you show weakness and are almost assured a call, which you ideally want everyone to think you have AA and fold. The all in will get you better results in this context in the long run I do believe.

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  41. I wanna be Gus! 🙂

    I was reading some comments on how to play flopped trips in early position, and Doyle Brunson said that you should be leading out, because your general style of play should be aggression. This hinged on one of the biggest rules of NL holdem, to make it very hard for your opponent to put you on a hand. If you are mainly betting your hands according to their strength, and checking allt he time when you miss, so easy for an opponent to adapt…

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  42. raise 4/10 times and you will dominate!

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  43. you can still steal the blinds without going all in. if you raise it would be just about the same as going all in but without a risk of losing all your chips. please dont listen to this guy

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  44. yeah fair enough, I get your point now.

    Raising so much that you create an impression in your opponent that you raise with nothing is never a bad place to be. Just as long as you know when they no longer respect you.
    In general though I push til they push back. It depends partly on the opponent, structure, stacks etc, but mathematically aggression is better in NL holdem cos it's so hard really to hit a hand.
    If you're up against noob calling stations then maybe not though.

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