Poker Winning Hands

How to Read Poker Gamers – Assessing Hand Ranges





– In Episode Two of Income Activity Procedures at $10NL, we seem at analyzing hand ranges. Owning an exact hand assortment examine on your opponent will make it possible for you to make optimistic anticipations performs.

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36 comments

  1. raising hands like this is not so good. We're behind the range of our opponent and they will adapt and won't be folding that much. And raising on pure bluff is always a bad idea

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  2. Do this strategy all day and you will bust your bankroll. The fact that this worked in 3 examples, doesn't mean that this is a good strategy.

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  3. Good example of weak strategies all around from the pre-black Friday era….those were the days.

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  4. What a idiot !! He play on jokerstars , where all is totalu RIGD , he talk abot some kind of stratagy ???!! MUHAAHAHAHAHAHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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  5. lots of dry flops

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  6. point 10 nl!!!??????

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  7. 8 min – "I can't really lead out because it looks too weak. If I lead out it's going to look like I have 9s….." 

    Did you even look at the flop bro?

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  8. It seems to me if i were playing you(lag)who's playing numerous hands i would 3bet all my KQs/suitedAce/10J etc ip on the 797board pre,so that beiing said you should bet out the flop to get some value on the drawing hands!!!

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  9. lol, you have AQ utg and get 3 bet, you say his range is AA-TT AK, AQ, maybe AJ.. you then say "I can out flop him 40% of the time, if not I can outplay him"  Wow you sure are a turd….  to think that you can outplay him with what is at best a marginal hand vs his range when you are out of position is just dumb.  I stopped the video right there and am not gonna bother to see what you do, you should be learning more and not trying to teach

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  10. how to never win at poker ever…..awful just awful just a heads when playing those stakes your betting for value only those guys are as dumb as you are here and will call you down with any pair…."i can get him off jacks here" lol  sure u can 

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  11. Does this idiot realize what his perceived range is?  He thinks ppl will fold huge hands because he checks a flop and then raises later.  They will have to think he's slow playing.  Idiot that's why slow playing is done you fking idiot

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  12. first of all, i really do not like how you do not cbet in position on the first flop. in reality you should be cbetting there most of the time. It seems like in most of these hands you try to represent something by check raising, or flatting and "planning" on raising in later streets. I like how most of your hands you play on the button but the one hand you played out of position with 797r flop you said and I quote "if I put a check raise in here I might be able to get this guy off of jacks or tens." Thats a joke right?

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  16. I agree. Assuming that NL10 players think on a level sufficient to make these plays profitable in a long run is too optimistic since most NL10 players are like "Me has overpair, me shoves" :P, even if it is 99 on a ragged board.

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  17. Why is there percentages next to every player?

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  18. ROYAL FLUCH lol

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  19. what software u use to make that odds and pot calculations?

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  20. 6:50
    What if he checkraised? Would you fold?

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  22. Really like the video. Have to agree I think the final hand was a bit tight. I understand what you are saying about shipping it with premium pre…but he doesnt get the chance to. He 3 bets you pre…he cant go from 30c to $10.

    Thing is your line is so strong, it really is hard to jam it against you. The range you represent is v strong. I guess it would have to be a decision based on your style of play as well.

    All in all, very good vid…your game is tight man, looking forward to more vids.

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  23. I just don't understand turning a long term profit on the last AQ, your gonna get in behind so many more times out of position for a big pot. Yeah it worked but so does a 7-2 raise on the button. I'll take my late poisition rags over that move and profit more any day, come play $2-$5NL live.

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  24. eaxctly! your thinking is good man, perhaps its time to move up to another levels, i dont think you can apply your strategies to thos eplayers on such small stakes…at the same time, since youre able to think about the game, i wonder if youre beating those kind of stakes and did this video for beginners, or maybe youre not a winning player cause this simply cannot work! keep it up man gl! x

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  25. I checked the Fubusama pokertableratings page and it is losing at – 7.3BB/100 (which is over 14 big blinds per 100 hands) for 15000 hands, which is exactly what I expected to see after watching this video

    A solid win rate would be +4BB/100 at NL10.
    You are one of the fastest losing players on the site and should be watching videos instead of making them.

    This is awful poker. You can trick the donkeys on youtube but you can't trick any regs

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  26. 2h4h vs a shortstacker wtf, calling this with people behind you opening the door for a squeeze play. This is horrible poker. In every ''training video'' people pick hands they end up winning but long term these are very -EV plays against their ranges

    4c 5c 7h is far from a dry board and saying you can grasp an UTG raising range from a shortstacked donkey at NL10 is complete BS

    Become a bluefire member and watch proper videos instead of making these

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  27. I totally disagree with the AQ hand post flop. Pre flop is wp in position indeed.

    Check back flop okay but saying you can still credibly represent QQ+ here.. come on. Those hands want 3 streets of value from smaller pocket pairs and bet the flop 95% of the times

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  28. I was thinking the very same thing. This is NL10, you cannot give your opponents credit like that. Some of the moves worked but almost always the reasoning behind them was totally wrong. A nit 3-bets your utg raise and you call with AQo, that's extremely unprofitable no matter what. His range there isn't nearly as wide as you said, it's AA/KK usually but this time you got lucky and he had AK which he folded. Overall very bad advice for someone wanting to beat nl10.

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  29. the first hand was good with the analysis of his flatting range for the most part. but raising the turn and assuming he will fold out everything…err….i think he wil even flat AK AQ when he sees a gutshot on the board with his 2 overs . so i doubt you really fold out anything…its 10 nl

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  30. you play just 1-2 dolar you must play 50-100 dolar but you have not a heart:)

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  31. very nice video love the way you approached every hand

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  32. What kind of poker tracker r u using nd what would you recommend for a micro-mid stakes cash game player?

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  33. yeah without doubt that is one of the best ive seen im definately not going to miss another

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  34. So helpful btw great vid

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  35. What's 14/13?

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  36. @ObitwiceWC3Wow exactly

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