NL1000 with insyder19

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $1000
  • Shorthanded
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Watch some hot action with insyder19 on NL 1k with 2 tables on Full Tilt and 2 tables on PokerStars.

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Comments (73)

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  • Huckebein

    #2

    Enjoy!
  • Partychris

    #3

    First
  • Rothko

    #4

    #3: Fail.
  • zorroxzunder

    #5

    warum english? deutsch wäre für alle beteiligten besser gewesen
  • bloodmoney87

    #6

    lol...kriegt diamond content 4 free und hat immernoch was zu meckern :facepalm:
  • derMarco

    #7

    n1 thx

    Aber warum englisch? Wäre Mandarin nicht besser gewesen? oÔ
  • Saruniks

    #8

    is this diamond concent? thanks, this is so helpful
  • stylus20

    #9

    hat wohl nen grund warum ihr bronze seid...

    fand das video ganz okay, war leider nicht allzuviel action aber das kommt bei live videos vor. werd im diamond forum noch nen ausführlicheren comment abgeben da ich vorallem zu der KJo 4bet-call hand ne frage hab.
  • mjsa111

    #10

    #9: fail

    war kein live-video
  • faiser

    #11

    Is that a pic of you dog? cool dog.
  • Genius91

    #12

    #6
    word!
  • HeilLoki

    #13

    Wie's halt Bronze-Leute zusammenbringen, auch bei Gratis-Diamond-Inhalten noch zu meckern.
  • Schebek

    #14

    nice br
  • HeilLoki

    #16

    KJo-Hand: "De Kwätschn is ..."
  • thorandtroll

    #17

    nuncecapiscionamazza!
  • h0m1e

    #18

    wow great video,never seen a video above NL50 before, interesting thought process
  • RaisyDaisyyy

    #19

    GAIL, ty ps.de and a happy new year :D
  • lsunsk

    #20

    please more live one
  • ViviMaus

    #21

    Thy for free diamond-content :)
    just one thing:
    around 44:50 wrong calculation, you play only for $1290 (-Rake) and not for $2028. So you need 60% Equity.
  • TheDuke0o

    #22

    lol @ yamchae multitabling NL1k
  • ViviMaus

    #23

    oops, me too. Shouldnt drink and calc. Didnt put final pot in calc, will be $2065 (-Rake), so 37,5%
  • CraZyNeX

    #24

    @#21 we need 60%? seriuosly? lets go HU ...
    no srsly, in the worst possible spot u need 50% ! never more.
  • nuback

    #25

    Do anyone knows which stat program is he using?
  • zoli777

    #26

    good video, but I wont understand that 2 all in call with TT and JJ :P I m little to know why u did it :P on nl30 SH where I am there is a little bit loose against a full stack :)
  • deghos

    #27

    N1ce video. thank
  • MichaelGotAA

    #28

    Thanks for access to a diamond video PS. Any chance of a Full Ring Silver or better video being made available for a week some time in the near future? There hasn't been any new Full Ring videos for bronze in some time. Thx
  • Huckebein

    #29

    @28: There is a video today on FR Rushpoker ;)
  • alejandrosh

    #30

    first
  • obacht

    #31

    <3
  • simoska

    #32

    hi ive one question... why do you 3bet so big? dont you think this makes your light 3betting less profitable?
  • MichaelGotAA

    #33

    @29 I can't find this new Full Ring video u talk of. The newest Full Ring Bronze video I can find is dated 17th Aug - Microstakes Maniac Pt1. I would be gratefull if you could point me in the right direction.
  • Falco35

    #34

    Hi insyder,
    interessante Einblicke for me als max NL50 player! Unterschied: anscheinend sind Villains hier öfters bereit auf bestimmten Flops zu c/r. Wahrscheinlich als Bluff. Denke man könnte ab und zu auch mal Re-Raise Bluff spielen.
    Anyway thanks for content
  • insyder19

    #35

    thanks for the feedback.

    #32

    give me an example in the vid so i can explain better.

    happy new year everyone!
  • Tolledo

    #36

    just THANK UUU
  • FlunckyJack

    #37

    very interesting!
    voice's good, too,
    nice present ;)
  • pokerjan

    #38

    Thx for the Video
  • pastisa

    #39

    ty insider19 gl
  • ViviMaus

    #40

    @#24 read #23 and his calc still wrong
  • LucaLives

    #41

    THANKS TO SHARE :)
  • Bluffinmachine

    #42

    Lol correct me if I am wrong but I think that the coach can't really do equity maths. In this spot he just needs 27% equity!!. The video was so good but when it came to 0;45 i was like what the... correct me if I am wrong insyder But I dont think so ;>
  • Bluffinmachine

    #43

    Sryyy ! really sorry I didnt notice that he has much bigger stack than the other guy. Very good video ;)
  • Danieluq

    #44

    sicko dude! :x
  • Endurx

    #45

    stacking off with JJ and TT on possible nits with 100 hads sample i dont like this sorry
  • simoska

    #46

    #35 4:15 your 3bet size is 4bb, well i think its okay to do it with your good hand, but then again at this limit people arent so stupid and they will notice your 4bb value 3bet and 2.5-3bb bluff 3bet. If you decide to 3b bluff with 4bb or more it has to be successful more than 70% of the time to be profitable.
  • Shujee

    #47

    About your question, FullTilt.it hasn't been launched yet, so italians are still playing on FT.com as they always did.
  • Xenomystus

    #48

    @46 its not depending on the hand its depending wether he is in position or out of position. Additionally its depending on the effective Stacksizes.
  • insyder19

    #49

    Exactly,

    if you are IP you can 3bet even smaller than 3x just because you have such a huge advantage playing IP and playing 3bet pots OOP is just way more tough.

    SO if you have someone whos bad enough to call every 3bet and then fold postflop you can exploit that and risk very little when facing a 4bet.

    Against fish with smaller stacks you can even 3bet a bit bigger than a minraise just to isolate them. they will call very loose and c/f most flops.

    however OOP, you really dont wanna give the player IP good pot odds and pot to stack ratio postflop to call your 3bets too loose and be in positino the whole hand. You could probably do it if you only play super premium hands when you 3bet because then you also want them to call as much as possible given you pretty much get it in on most boards postflop. But if you 3bet wide incl 3bet bluffs with hands such as 89s you want to 3bet bigger OOP than IP to first of all have FOLD EQUITY preflop as well as not give your opponent too good of pot odds to call preflop with the position advantage.
  • Ranuli

    #50

    Ongame pls
  • Paisting

    #51

    very good stuff thanks :) that lololololololologuy is reid young
  • busfahrer09

    #52

    lohnt das video?
    oder random NL1K vid?

    thx.
  • simoska

    #53

    #49 thanks, I get it now!
  • Sacrifice51

    #54

    Good Stuff Man!!! Gr8 pleasure to watch your play!!!
  • GtMars

    #55

    What is SQ in holdem manager?
  • insyder19

    #56

    Squeeze %
  • Sacrifice51

    #58

    LOL hat wohl nen Grund warum ihr Diamonds seid ?! Ich wars auch schon oft genug...
  • SuperiorLuck

    #59

    I know im noob but... whats the point of playing a strategy if in 1hour i could only see you losing money? There was no profit from the time you played even tho you defend you made the best decisions. What are you exactly teaching? I dont get it sorry. Even if its on the books that you should do this or that with "x" hand and in the "y" position, poker evolves and you cant really base your moves on statistics and poker books. If you have QQ on late position, someone raised before me and i re-raised before you, you will fold. Thats when you start losing money and i win. Those strats works only against ppl that follows them, but if i have my own strat im unpredictable.
  • oxhal87

    #60

    Don´t like who he analize the hands, and in many cases he´s a lot of loose, im not an expert but simply i don´t like
  • NeilSimpson

    #61

    obviously im not a high stakes player....but isnt it obvious in the jj and 1010 hands that villain has a bigger pair?surely u shuld be 4 bet folding those 2 situations?
  • Tens69

    #62

    anybody please tell me
    in 00:27
    what he say wild ???? hand to
    get into someother stuff like how to handle down things and over ???? strategy
    and 09:58
    you cant do this as much any more
    ????strategy should be as soild as possible

    thank you
  • StabiBossa

    #63

    ty interesting
  • gedavaca

    #64

    ty for show us how you lose your money... i hope that isn't the way we have to play! really :) no ofence
  • hansbans

    #65

    Alot of fish in the comments :)
  • Reaching4Zen

    #66

    I lol'd at #59 giving poker advise to 5/10 players when he's most likley a losing 2nl player.
  • Falco35

    #67

    Hm,
    insyder
    Dont you think JJ vs the Nit is a bit to optimistic for Calling a 5BetShove?!!
    ALso the TT spot is very close.
    Okay, I dont know dynamics at NL1k but i think its to loose.
    I know youre playing a lot of HU and so youre maybe a little bit looser. But also in HU Games TT sometimes isnt a clear Broke spot.
    ???
    Comment please!
  • Falco35

    #68

    Even if we get the odds vs JJ+,AK, Range I dont think these Nits are ever 5BetShoving AK here. And without AK the Range has us Crushed.
  • anDre86

    #69

    where can i get your hud layout?

    btw: great video!
  • ThatstheTonyG

    #70

    das englisch tiltet mich.

    "on sääääää lääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääääft"
  • ThatstheTonyG

    #71

    @ 64: He won a million playing poker.What did you win in your career?
  • luizsilveira

    #72

    With that Smitty picture could you actually see the dog?

    That might actually be a good villain diversion technique...
  • theproksa

    #73

    lawwwwwled at tthetonyG
  • Dodozz

    #74

    perfect video, i really enjoyed watching it
  • sliumpupumpu

    #75

    Total fish- betting big, when he have it, betting little when he haven't. People starts free betting all hands, you should play a little tighter when it happens. It's like not you coach, but we have to teach you.
  • Zakumii

    #76

    LOL @ #59 #60 #64 and #75

    Total fish yeah? That's why he's won hundreds of thousands of dollars in PROFIT and you're probably stuck playing 5NL and are a break-even/losing player.

    Don't try and give a pro tips, it's pathetic. You the only thing you could teach him is how to be a fish.

    GTFO