Weekly Poker Hand #212

It is made clear why bluffing in an inopportune situation is not a good strategy.

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7 thoughts on “Weekly Poker Hand #212”

  1. Thanks for sharing JL. All of this was very helpful , much of it affirmation today for me, which at 75bb effective…is encouraging. The Deep Stack training has really helped me fix DAY 1 leaks in my game. I look forward to playing hands post C-Bet. Which book did you cover “Minimum Defend Frequency”. I have all your books on Audible now. Really working in detail sifting through SHORT STACK CHAPTERS. JL-TPV1-CH12 40-27bb & JL-TPV1-CH13 27-15bb. Since you recommended all-in or fold poker at 12bb or less I’ve decided to first focus my 12bb-5bb study using your floattheturn.com push/fold App which is amazing. Having option up to 10-Handed / up to 20bb / Adjustable Ante / Table Tightness/Looseness Adjustment. Really helpful to see which hands you add add (while maintaining some balance) as you move closer to the BB. I’ll go back & review JL-TPV1-CH14 after I’ve memorized the charts on these 8 very important DAY 2 stack sizes. I also like that you show in your app the CALL an ALL-IN ranges right below. Very convenient.
    Keep Up The Good Work JL.

  2. my ? is on the flop what is jd 10d js5d2h equity your poker logic is excellently but you never say what the equity is so I will flop equity is 40% range on turn with 10s equity is now 70% range river is 6s giving 65% range hero play using POE would bet flop 60% of pot make pot size bet on turn and bet 60% of pot no poker guesswork only play equity

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