Is This The Perfect Poker Trap? Explained (thoughts before every move) with Example

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    • SDK1987
      SDK1987
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      The perfect trap is a little bit too much, but you're line looks fine to play 2 pair like this against a unknown.

      Cheers,
      SDK1987
    • crazydonkcrazy
      crazydonkcrazy
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      Joined: 12.11.2015 Posts: 41
      Thank you for your opinion. I appreciate it.
    • crazydonkcrazy
      crazydonkcrazy
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      I am not using HUD(I do not use any poker software) while playing POKER.
    • crazydonkcrazy
      crazydonkcrazy
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      Additional information about video:
      - Q: Did my smooth call allowed him to hit a straight or flush on the river?
      -A:I think it was very low percentage that he would have straight or flush option on turn (reasons are mentioned in video). Even if he would have this option (I was very doubtful), I was willing to take a chance of that happened (less then 20 percent to complete straight or flush on river; allso, I was allmost sure that he does not have this), because possible reward was very big(him "bluffing" on my 2 pairs).
    • crazydonkcrazy
      crazydonkcrazy
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      INFORMATION THAT IS MEANT FOR EVERY VIDEO that I posted: I have provided very in-depth explanation. My thinking time in the video is less then one second for every move. How is this possible?
      I have played alot of HU games(Hypers). I can do very quick decisions but only if I determine how my opponent is playing(his ranges,...) If I do that I am playing allmost automatic - less then second before my move(I have played alot, so I have experienced alot of situations like this; and most of the time results of situations are the same,...). But If I want to explain this to other poker players, I must write better explanation why I did every move(and I must write alot more - especially If i want to make videos that are understandable for begginer poker players). In the video I put thoughts (briefly explanation). And then I put better explanation (alot more written) in additional information if I think that some sentence or move in the video needs additional explanation ( or if someone ask me for better explanation). I am doing everything allmost automatic in reality (becouse of reasons mentioned above plus some more).