FTOPS Main Event - Part 2

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Watch Jonathan reviewing his play in the FTOPS Main Event. In the second part he gets into some interesting stealing restealing 3 and 4betting action.

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Comments (9)

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  • LX4DR

    #1

    1
  • smokinnurse

    #2

    thx, nice vid
    and very aggressive .... but isnt it pure spew in 40:00, shoving 85bb with 57o BB vs SB open?
    with what kind of decent hand you would also do so?
  • smokinnurse

    #3

    *sry, was in 22:20
  • rahabq666

    #4

    n1
  • Grinder23

    #5

    2#

    look at eff. stacks.
  • pKay

    #6

    Mhh, thoughts on KK:

    I think your argumentation here is way out of line!

    Imo the only Argument for this bet on the flop is the lack of skill/information/balls to go for one of the almost always more profitable lines of cb, call, fold, or cb call call (with a little bit regards to timing and betsizing)

    Essentially its just the fear of checking back, then calling down 2 bets for your entire stack, being beat and then saying "gosh, had I just bet, he would have checkraised and I could have folded"
    AND ALSO AT THE SAME TIME THE SAME FEAR of 'never knowing' for the line: checking back, calling the turn, foling to rivershove and thinking "maan, he would have folded the bluff, if he had a bluff, had I bet the flop"

    Its basically the same argument used both ways and at the end resulting in the worst option which is imo betting the flop.

    ------------

    ASIDE from that:
    Isn't the flopbet a little bit too big?
  • smokinnurse

    #7

    #5
    true ;-)
  • nutsflush

    #8

    Very nice VId, thx for that.
    I really like the style.

    regarding the KK:

    "Imo the only Argument for this bet on the flop is the lack of skill/information/balls to go for one of the almost always more profitable lines of cb, call, fold, or cb call call (with a little bit regards to timing and betsizing)"

    For me too, the flop bet is just weak, sry. It's way too big for me and I would cb. And probably call him off, considering timing, and villains betsizes...
    If I bet, then sth like 6-8K...
  • JonathanLittle

    #9

    With the 75, my opponent only has 20bbs or so, so my push isnt for 85bbs.

    The KK hand is simply a terrible spot. I think a 6k bet almost induces him to push with a wide range, which is bad for me if I plan on folding. Checking back is probably a better line then not folding but that still results in losing to random hands like Axs from time to time. What line do you guys think is optimal?