Weird lines in MTTs

  • MTT
  • MTT
  • $55 - $525
  • Fullring
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Description

John Little reviews some hands from mid to high stakes MTT's where either him or the opponent played a hand in an unconventional way. He shows how reads and history can lead you to make more profit by not picking the standard line.

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FullTilt hand history review thematic video Wierd lines in MTTs

Comments (12)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the new JonathanLittle video!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • Raiden1905

    #2

    fürst
  • D1verS

    #3

    джонатан, ты супер про!!!(честно)
    но где евульп???))
  • D1verS

    #4

    sorry to #3.
    jonatan, nice play,very much you help
  • Tillit

    #5

    wierd is weird
    no really, its weird
  • itSmIn3z

    #6

    Hey Jonathan, there is a nice program on this site called Equilab. I think it is way better to do equity-calculations and similar stuff. Would be nice if you could work a bit with the program and use it the next time instead of propokertools...
  • intothejungle

    #7

    1st hand, would you consider JsTs, Js7s, QJ?
    75o, JTs UTG, JTs vs 75s - I'm pretty sure I've seen them in some other video of yours :)
    Also, what do you play these days? I don't see you in OPR. Do you play live?

    And another question - I haven't seen you take/have notes on any of your opponents. For the higher buyin mtts, where the fields are smaller, you'd meet the same people, or am I wrong? I watched this guy "illegit" on pokertube and that's his biggest advice - take notes on people so you can better play against them, and assign them ranges when they playback. What's your stance on notes?
  • bonebt

    #8

    #7
    +1
    at 4:00 min when villain shove on Tc9h7s Qs you dont have JsTs & AsJs &JQ in villain range which imo r very very likely hands + some KQ hands
  • bonebt

    #9

    31:00
    that JTs when you call 3 bet and thenover shove on flop with OESD
    imo with those stack sizes and SPR donk bet ~ 1700-1800 and calling a shove looks stronger and increase our fold eq
  • androniks

    #10

    Very, very useful video.
    Like all JonathanLittles VOD!
  • xWoodayx

    #11

    I have to say that i like your videos THE MOST! actually, im quitting or pulling forwards most of the videos when coaches are talking like an hour about a hand or a spot in which it is pretty clear what to do. but your videos are really interesting and nice! you got a nice voice to listen to too, only the volume in the last video could have been a little bit higher. but nice job!
  • JonathanLittle

    #12

    7, I think he could for sure have all the hands you listed although I think most of them will generlaly be discounted, as I think he would probably not push those. Also, if they are in the range, they only make up a small percent of it so ignoring them wont make the calculation too far off.

    I play mostly live tournaments. I think taking notes is very necessary. I use holdem manager for general stats and take notes when I see something that stands out in my opponents game.

    9, I think donking like 2/3 pot has some merit although I prefer to just put a lot of pressure on my opponent as I would rather have him fold AK than bet it himself when I check to him or just get silly and jam it in over a donk because he thinks donks are weak.

    Im glad everyone likes the videos. Email support and let them know what else you would like to see.