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Next months I will play NL25 SH on Pokerstars. Previous blogs: NL5 blog, NL10 Blog
Started the Challenge with a 400$ deposit and coaching by BrokeSoBroke. This is a new Bankroll Challenge from 400$ to 2000$.
From 08.09.15, I will play at least 1440 hands/working day (3 tables, 6hours, around 30k hands/month). My goal is to achieve a winrate of 10bb/100hands at NL20 SH.
Checking ranges as a PFR
How can future cards impact ranges
Playing polarized ranges
Playing linear/condensed/merged ranges
Exploiting weak players
Bluffing frequencies vs different opponents
Variables (stats, position, dynamics, history, stack sizes) and how they change our strategy
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my preparation is daily and either i get coachings from brokesobroke or i learn from videos on my own.
i moved at nl10 when my nl5 game was in huge changes. My 3bet was 5%.
At nl10 i made more costly adjustments than at nl5 but finally made it trough.
Now i have to make it trough at nl25. I can really feel the importance of money at nl25.
What i am working on:
-playing many hours without breaks so that i learn to maintain my focus for long hours.
-have the preflop learned by heart so that i use more focus on other parts of my game instead of choosing hands to play
-river call decisions (pot odds , equity exercises , 10 for each day)
-make notes when i see something weird and figure out what is the missbalance in villain range when he does that play.
Ask what is the most obvious way to exploit this?
eg: Villain called preflop with AA. => When he 3bets he does not have AA.