Move it, move it up to the sky - Part 5

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TwiceT plays NL25 and NL50 on room Poker and gets into some tough calling spots against unknown opponents in part 5 of his series.

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Comments (26)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the new video by TwiceT!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • AcesBreaker

    #2

    something wrong with the video
    AGAIN
  • Ribbo

    #3

    Video is fine for me AcesBreaker, maybe it is slow to load for you and you're not being patient. :)

    Try clearing your cache in your browser and refreshing or upgrading your version of flash.
  • Janczarek88

    #4

    Very nice video; I like that series and your way of explaining game flow :)
  • MITStudent

    #5

    nothing is fine with the video oO? Unable to watch
  • efer11

    #6

    good
  • Damexican

    #7

    minute 3:52: why do u think its a std call? looks pretty weak to me just call AQ, cause there are many guys who can 3bet us and we will have an awkward spot
  • TwiceT

    #8

    @7: easy call imo. vs squeeze we fold. we just dont wanna isolate ourself vs a strong utg range by 3betting. let his ATs, AJo in and outplay his pockets on good boards.
    however, u could take ATo and bluff 3b vs utg here. AT is def. too weak to call. but u have some blockers + in case he calls QQ, u have some eq.
  • Zemnieks11

    #9

    at the end 'ship it' :D nice, waiting for next part
  • fusionpk

    #10

    thanks I think this definitely identified some leaks in my game, definitely too loose in MP type position, definitely setting up alot of bluff catchers on wrong type boards etc. and hero calling there value bets, also definitely trying to get more value than is possible out of my weak top pairs and isolating vs better hands, so thanks! gonna start up a session now and see if I can put this into practice :D
  • toatreffnix

    #11

    nice video, nice nonstandard spots. MOAR!
  • donkeyshot

    #12

    very good & helpfull.
    esp like the bluffcatching on the river twice. spots where i'm def weak and not thinking enough about their valuebetting range.
    this helps opening my game a bit too.
    thanks. keep em coming :)
  • Lunitis

    #13

    This was the most impressive video i ever saw here! You were trying to create an "maniac" image on purpose? For how long could you play like that!? That way your stats woulda be around 40/37 or so :O!! I think in very few time many regs woulda adapt and start 3beting and 4beting allot!
    Never saw anyone playing that agressive preflop, even in my tables is rare to find anyone playing 30/28+!
    Those bluff catchers were pretty cool :D
  • LorD231984

    #14

    nice video as always:)
    44:28: "you hit your set like a pro:ĐĐ"
    Isn't donking better if the pfr is not as agressive as ClickZbutton, i mean donking in a lot of case just not as strong as c/r and they can call it with weaker hands or can raise it, obv also with weaker, or there is a slight chance to not betting in multiway pot, and free card is obv suck for you.

    So in what spot you donk or c/r in multiway pot? It is only depend on the preflop raiser agressivity, cbet frequency, or you just balance it somehow??? I try to balance it like i donk also with sets, and also with strong draws i will go all in, and also with weak draws i just fold or call to a raise depending on stack size, actions...

    Sorry for the long comment : (

    Keep up the good work!
  • TwiceT

    #15

    @ 14: ofc its not easy to answer cuz, as always, it depends :D

    but yeah, donking is rly powerful. esp.on higher limits where ppl are capable of b/f, donking becomes an important weapon. however, on low limits ppl fall in love with their overpairs too much, so i like c/r more in most spots 2 or 3 way.
  • x3mwisp

    #16

    this guy is really good :)
  • LorD231984

    #17

    I appreciate very much your fast and complex answer, you still my favourite video producer :] Gl @ tables!
  • sykora808

    #18

    Awesome bluff catches. Really nice use of ranges and timing tells.
  • Raiozo

    #19

    why do You say: "Ok, Ladies!" at the end? :D :D where are gentleman?
  • yomatiyo

    #20

    Just amazing....

    Lol, I dont wanna have u in my tables =P

    So mucu concepts, so much undestending of every situation.. and so much teaching us

    Just amazing, I am serious, one of the best videos I have seen in here.
  • Metahand

    #21

    Like always, best videos :)
  • PtiiiPtaaa

    #22

    Awesome video! You play nice and you speak funny :D

    "I love powning Germans" <-- COME ON!:D
  • kacsa1st

    #23

    is there anything (40min,have 88 str8 on river) that can call our river bet? or what do u think he call with?

    i like the whole series!! nice vids!
  • kacsa1st

    #24

    top right (min 41 KTo) IMO betting turn and chback river is better cos as u told 77 99 can call and not much likely to have 79 with those tight stats! and he was thinking of calling on river but he was afraid of another over IMO. am i right?
  • Dodozz

    #25

    good job
  • Harnas31

    #26

    Hi TwiceT
    [36:10] QTs - I dont understand your push on river. He Limp/3bet in sb - and then call turn.
    What worse hands could call you on river?
    I see only KK.
    From what hands did you want to take value ?