Hand Judging - Episode 3

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  • $0.50/$1 - $2/$4
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Boomer returns with yet another episode of Hand Judging. He browsed through our Silver and Gold handjudging forums and selected the most interesting hands to analyze in this video.


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  • FishermansFriend


    Enjoy the new video by Boomer!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • taavi1337


    not bad :D
  • datsmahname


    Half way through. great content this episode.
  • Pikfrik


    I hope to get the gold status one day in order to view other Boomer's videos...
  • HamburgmeinePerle



    I would check/fold the Turn against most players as we are just crushed against his Flopcallingrange. JT, flushdraws will certainly semibluff the turn, so b/f is not a good line imo, I would rather c/f.

    14:30 you say low PPs will obviously fold. So it would be good if we c/r QJ to 100%?!
  • Boomer2k10



    07:00: My initial thought was to check/fold but this guy's so passive and actually quite unlikely to semi-bluff that I think we can get away with firing again. It does put us in a difficult situation dependingo n the river true but becasue of the guy's passivity I'm willing to chance it. Vs a more aggro player you're right, I'd check/fold or potentially check/call if he's the type who can't resist betting when checked to

    100% no, becasue becasue that means we're bluffing too much but it does mean than QJ can be seen as a genuine semi-bluffing hand as even though we have nut no pair it's going to be very hard to see SD. Given the raimbow nature of the board I'm actually a little bit more likely to attack than normal as there's no flush draw to rep so it's certainly an idea to hold QJ as a semi-bluff hand. Just watch the raising %s and you'll be fine
  • HamburgmeinePerle


    absolutely great video again btw ;)
  • DianaGrosu


    dammm, i think is one of the best vid...
  • YohanN7


    First hand (QQ): The sensemoral is "never fold a big overpair in a big pot on the flop against two players". This is an example of a situation where all talk of handreading and ranges goes to the bin. Winning the pot is more important than individual bets here.

    For that matter, if one insists on analyzing the ranges , there are many hands that the opponents were perfectly justified to play that way on the flop, most of which we beat (Any two if they KNEW that there was folding equity).