Leakfinder - Part 4

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $100
  • Shorthanded
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Description

In his Leakfinder SSNL series TwiceT reviews and analyses member videos and gives suggestions on how to mix up their game. In this 4th part, he reviews Becks' play on NL $100 SH on PokerStars. Hero's play is already well developed and definitely a very good example on how to play on NL $100.

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Comments (14)

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  • Parabolod

    #1

    инетерсно =D
  • Becks777

    #2

    QQ hand was kinda f$%
  • Becks777

    #3

    QQ hand was kinda ugly. Remember i told u in our priv. coaching i folded QQ in a 3bet pot as overpair ;).
    The reason i 3bet was because he calls 45 % to 3bets but i guess i have to reduce the number since he is raising from MP and not from BU where he will call lighter IP. That was the mistake i made in the hand.
    Postflop i just saw JJ that was worse than my hand. Plus he will have strong draws when he c/shoves. It took a while but i folded :).

    Btw. variance is raping me atm so it maybe will take a while until our next coaching.
    For all u guys who are trying to move up to midstakes and are looking for a coach i can only recommend TwiceT. Great Coach and great Person.
  • mbml

    #4

    45 min hand Table 4, 3bet QQ: I think it's close and could go both ways. Though I think the AA/KK is way rarer than you think.

    Pot odds: 73/200 = 36.5%
    Equity of QQ vs JJ/TT/88/77/AsKs/AsQs/AsJs: 38.2%

    If I added one combo of QQ and one combo of AA (given how rarely he will flat KK/AA), the equity should drop a little and be almost neutral EV.

    I think he is definitely check/shoving with overs+FD despite him seeming a little passive.
  • mbml

    #5

    And i agree he probably check/calls 99 so we can eliminate that, maybe he might not call with AJs preflop but if that's the case he might not call 77/88 as well which would shift the decision towards calling.
  • mbml

    #6

    Oh realised I could add a single combo of AA by typing something like AcAh

    equity of QQ vs QQ/JJ/TT/AA(1combo)/AsKs/AsQs: 49%

    add 88 and we get 41%, add 77 too and we get 37%

    Still close, but I think this is the worst case scenario and calling is slightly +EV?
  • MITStudent

    #7

    TwiceT is in da house :D
  • luvmeluvme

    #8

    very nice video.
    when will the next german part of leak finder series will be published?

    (published? can you say it that way? :D )
  • TwiceT

    #9

    i think its super close, leaning towards a fold. i dont think 77 and 88 is in his range too often. also i doubt such a player calls KK and AA pre. so i think we are up against TT, JJ, (QQ) almost always. sometimes he also calls AQs, KQs, AKo pre, but since we have QQ, not many combos left.

    however, i think the mistakes starts pre and we cant make up with this mistake post.
  • fragmacc

    #10

    His range here is so polarized, I mean if he has TT he is not generating that much fold equity here with a shove, is he? If he has AA or KK its the same, he has a draw like 100% here or JJ/99 because he is fine of getting the pot right here and in the worst scenario has outs against QQ+.
  • AceOnRiver

    #11

    hm u kinda tell the autofold story in every video u make ^^
  • wHizard82

    #12

    #4 if u cross out the 2nd will, yeah.

    nice video again, nice explanations. but, i also like it when ur videos are longer than 1 hour because there is so much to learn for me.
  • Valhalli

    #13

    You said you would attack some boards with 33 (8:15). What better board can you expect than 442? Even after a donk bet, i mean, what does he represent?
  • JohnyC1337

    #14

    #13 332:-P