Grinding Midstakes - Part 4

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $400 - $600
  • Shorthanded
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The fourth and final part of Somnius' Midstakes Grinders series on Unibet is full of commentary. When the action slows down, there's plenty of food for thought about how to reach your poker potential and break out of the negativity surrounding the state of today's games. Of course, there's plenty of strategy to decipher as well.


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  • CBFunk


  • Jonas


    Nice video!
  • i5bet72o


    i have a question about the equity gap comcept
    Since u said u r never NOT getting it in, if he improves u r getting with almost 0 equity.
  • Somnius


    #2 - to make this play you have to be able to fold when that happens, which of course then means you have to be confident of his range on the flop. it's not a play I'd do a lot, especially oop, but I just like to show viewers their options to get them thinking, so they're not just clicking away mindlessly.
  • Shevtshenko


    3:45 with KK. Even though the things you said make sense, what other types of hands are you doing that with? I've seen that line a few times from villains and it looks a lot like exactly what you had to me. I don't think it looks at all like a fd, someone might think that it looks like T9, which obviously isn't good for us in that spot since we don't get any value from Jx and we'll almost never induce a flushdraw to shove over since we look so nutty. So overall don't really like the play.