insyder19 vs. elephant - Part 2 (insyder)

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insyder19 played a challenge against russian coach eleph on the NL1k deep heads-up tables. In this unique series you can learn from the commentary of both coaches. In this part insyder shares his thoughts about the second part of the match.

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Comments (14)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the next episode of the insyder vs. eleph match with insyder's commentary!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • D4niD4nsen

    #2

    its gonna be leeeeeeggendary
  • Bjoerniboy

    #3

    geil ! genau richtig zum süppchen schlürfen <3
  • Bjoerniboy

    #4

    /edit LOL RUSSISCH?
  • Bjoerniboy

    #5

    ah nvm.
  • FishermansFriend

    #6

    ;)
  • TeddyTheKiller

    #7

    Min 25:30 top left, would you not bet Ahigh for Value for the most Part on the Flop, so its kinda hard for you to rep Ahigh on the River?
  • xxxserjogaxxx

    #8

    kinda cognitive, thank You.
  • bigfish777

    #9

    Hi Insyder,

    ich finde deine Videos echt lehrreich!

    Ich würde mich freuen, wenn du zu diesem Teil eine HM-basierende Analyse über elephant vornehmen würdest. Als Schwerpunkt:

    -weak spots und adaption
    -ungewöhnliche/alternative lines
    -3bet pots

    wäre super!
  • bladoeltiempo

    #10

    ohhhhhhhh =O
  • sapheal

    #11

    Insyder,

    Ich auch finde diese Videos fantasthisch. So viel information
    uber verschiedene Spots und sehr akkurate Analyse.
  • shaddiii

    #12

    @insyder

    Around 18:20 with the KT Trips - do you think just calling is better with his boat than raising you? I wondered a bit about that spot.
  • SiMoNsayZpkR

    #13

    @#12:
    I thought the same.
    iam am very confident villain left out value there by not C/R AI. Hero would have to crying call here with KT because.
  • SiMoNsayZpkR

    #14

    ...because villain might perform that move with weaker holdings / hands that he turned into bluffs.