Poker Winning Hands

Poker Ranges Stated





In this movie I breakdown how to look at a poker hand making use of ranges and how that has created in excess of the yrs. I no for a longer period only imagine about my hand vs. my opponents hand, but now look at the ranges of fingers we could both equally have in that spot. I touch briefly on counting combinations and their value in identifying ranges. At last, I converse about how blocker’s improve the achievable combinations an opponent could have. Coming before long we are going to launch some are living fingers I not too long ago performed and dissect the ranges.

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38 comments

  1. Negreanu rules!!! 2004 to 2010 . i am an old schooler haha

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  2. Thanks pal, would love to see more videos like this. Much appreciated.

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  3. Thank you Daniel, you are the best.

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  4. I'd love to see a blocker video produced with terrific examples. I think I have a good concept of this but would like to see how the high stakes player employ these tidbits.
    For example I had KK once and felt as if I had AK blocked off on a King high straight board (so I thought) but of course my opponent had Ace slick. What spots should I value my blocking potential and when do you think card removal plays an important role?

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  5. Thanks for that kind of video Daniel, that's really good for us to get little tips from you!

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  6. Finally a new video one of many people that i look up to. I watched the video but i think all that combinations that u said and other players do nowadays about blockers in NL holdem, i wont still try it most of the time when i play because dont get me wrong it does help sometimes but it does confuse my analysis about what other opponent they should have on their hand because i see how they play at the pflop, flop and so on, so i really need to go with my read and trust my instinct (most of the time it works but sometimes it doesnt). I always welcome new information i can get because it does help me to think what other players think when they play there hands but i still always play my own style in different players i encounter. (it depends on there table image and how they play then i will adjust how i play) Thanks a lot Sir Daniel and one day i can meet u again then we can do small chit chat again. Best of luck and keep grinding like always Kid Poker or King Poker.

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  7. Daniel if u can do a video on blockers and how to play it to ur advantage I would be grateful. Will be watching all the future videos anyway. Thanks πŸ™‚

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  8. Hey d neg wold searis master master of all poker I've never played hockey in my life and I will beat u ,it's a free roll mf

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  9. Hey daniel. Awesome video! I wanted to reach out to you about a concept I had. 1. It may help with your AQ situation that i recall you bringing up on a PAD ep. 2. It tightens up small ball but gives really nice range each hand you play.

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  10. All the way from Winnipeg watching …. love the video

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  11. hi Daniel, you mentioned you wanted feedback on how well people understand what you're putting down. Personally, this video felt a little abstract. I like that you had an example hand (JJ v. ??), but at times it felt like you were only following the example hand loosely. It would be a lot easier for people to understand if you followed the hand from beginning to end and had graphics to go along so we have a visual narrative to follow as well. Of course breaking down an actual hand and showing clips is always super helpful, but i understand it might be time consuming to find and edit the right clip, so maybe just a hypothetical hand will do. Either way, taking us through the hand with graphics, and using that as a grounding line for discussing the concepts you want to share would make it easier to follow. Looking forward to the next one!

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  12. Looking forward to these videos. This is the facet of my games that needs the most work so I definitely appreciate you going over this.

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  13. Thanks Daniel, great video.

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  14. How BIG is your MICROphone Daniel?

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  15. How does the way you address an opponents range change when you are playing against a less experienced opponent or more experienced opponent?

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  16. Ew… Gross.

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  17. My man, Daniel, lower the gain wheel on the backside of the mic just a little bit πŸ™‚

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  18. Just looking at this video makes more sense on how you are able to call out your opponents hands specially. You are truly an amazing poker player and thank you for your insight.

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  19. My favourite player ! No one takes a bad beat like Daniel and that's to be respected (Helps when you have millions in the bank true true) We don't need haters !!!! My favourite hand year's ago before i watched much poker was 6/9 now i like to play the 10/7 and make a kidpoker joke (Its fun and brings the table brat into play) I won 1 of my biggest pots with a bluff against pocket kings after i called out his hand and bet the river. Daniel if you get the chance on T.V please try it πŸ™‚ 2382… πŸ˜‰

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  20. Love this, always wanted to see how exactly a High level pro player thinks about a hand and makes decisions at a table.

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  21. I am digesting it in such a way that i feel that i am really getting it

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  22. DNeg, I’ve been waiting for you to do something like this for a long time. Can’t wait to see future vlogs.

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  23. Welcome to the future Daniel, glad to see you getting your study grind on! πŸ™‚

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  24. Excellent video. Thanks!

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  25. Love this….perfect level and explanation.

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  26. thanks daniel

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  27. Hoping to see Dnegs out school Polk with the new high end breakdowns!

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  28. Great video! Thanks Daniel.

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  29. Great holdem advice from the fellow Canadian!!

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  30. Daniel. Great video, you are explaining this perfectly. Keep these more detailed ones coming! The "math side" of poker is the most exhilarating part of the game for me along with taking that risky call or bluff. Keep these quality vids coming!

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  31. You should do a MasterClass

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  32. oh what a scientist

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  33. Your shirt nearly matches your wall. Nice upload.

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  34. Great Daniel, continue this!

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  35. Hey 2018 it's just in time x)

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  36. could you do a video about blockers??
    great btw πŸ™‚
    looking forward to see the WSOP videos

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  37. thanks for this Dan, i can honestly say, im a much better player now after studying some of your videos! you doing anymore vlogs on wsop? hope so. God Bless you and your family Dan

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  38. awsome I hope you start breakdown hands

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