johnnyrocket1 playing 3/6 - Episode 2

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johnnyrocket1 brings you some 3/6 action on PokerStars.

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Comments (15)

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  • CBFunk

    #1

    Enjoy
  • flushtrain

    #2

    nice one
  • lisiarz

    #3

    what is the program you are using?
  • Boomer2k10

    #4

    @07:00

    You think we could have a hand more like 77 here? Seems more likely a hand that's going to want to protect itself on the flop and when it sees the Q shut down.

    I mean either way your play is great I think but was just thinking about your "shouldn't fold a T" comment and thinking a low-mid PP could make some sense with how he played it, esp since he went for value when you checked to him twice so the vast majority of 3/6 regs in your spot are not going to have a T or better there becasue they'd more than likely just bet it on the river.
  • taschendamenfalter

    #5

    thx for that one johnny!
    nice (wtf- :))lines, very good explanations
    plus i like that you doin' your notes in the vids - helps me alot

    please some more on this limit
  • belik555

    #6

    good video
  • taavi1337

    #7

    nice one, your videos get better and better imo :)
  • Kogtistiy

    #8

    Some questions for Johnny from Russian community:
    1) What does your nickname "p12resh04" mean?
    2) Earlier you said something about your own preflop charts - could you upload them?
  • overson

    #9

    could you start using the equilator and equilab?
    Also, what would you do @7:00 if he bet the flop?
  • johnnyrocket1

    #10

    lisiarz, it is camtasia studio
  • johnnyrocket1

    #11

    boomer, spot on, great point

    thank tasch, notes are a massive part of my game
  • johnnyrocket1

    #12

    thanks belik and taavi, i'll try making another one soon

    overson, i'm not sure what this equi-stuff you are talking about is, please inform me, i only see the JJ hand at 7:00, which hand are you referring to?
  • overson

    #13

    http://www.pokerstrategy.com/software/
    on that link theres the equilator, which is an advanced poker stove, and equilab is scenario analysis

    the hand i was talking about is QAQ @27:00, so if he bet I think you would check raise and he would fold those type of pairs possibly by the river? If not and you call and he fires the turn, whats the plan? it looks like an Ax pocket pair or some air to me. I would probably fold.

    I think you missed value,1-2BB, with JJ @7:00 by not raising the flop. You got 3 additional big bets on the river, but if you raised you would get more than 3.
  • donjunior

    #14

    #8
  • Kogtistiy

    #15

    Another question:
    " 13:30 and further, AQ on the River. You say that you have to beat 60% of his range to justify a bet. Why 60% and not 50% or 66%? What's the math behind this? "