Database Doctor - Part 1

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In this new series Bogdan takes the role of the Database Doctor. He will review entire databases submitted by Pokerstrategy users and reveal mistakes and improvable spots in their games.

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Comments (16)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the video and please keep the comments in English!
  • roopopper

    #2

    Great vid !!!
    This is really helpfull thankyou!!!
  • Toshinger

    #3

    Thanks Bogdan, very nice analysis! Looking foreward to the next one!
  • weedo25

    #4

    My roll doesnt like 4bet bluffing ;)
  • Sosen91

    #5

    Nice Non SD winnings , How you made it?
  • Agiz19

    #6

    ...i hate stats :o otherwise nice vid
  • Phil29599

    #7

    i have a question about the 1st 2 hands, which could be 3bettet (Ako and AJo). i dont understand the reason of 3betting here, because both hands would be played in position aganst solid TAG´s. so if we just call we keep dominated hands in his range. and if we hit an A we can be paied of from a worse one. and if we 3bet we just isolate us against JJ+,AK+ !?
    i understand if we dont have position against those guys, but with position i would always call.
  • BogdanPS

    #8

    The first 2 hands are the QQ from UTG. And after we have the suited aces.

    At what time in the video are these 2 hands?
  • Phil29599

    #9

    ahh forget those hands sry.

    i ment the hands, where we sit in the CO and we face against one raiser.

    at 54:40+
  • BogdanPS

    #10

    If you look back at the filter I set up and what I was referring to you'll see that we were looking at hands that we folded and should consider at least a 3-bet.

    For example with AKo we fold the hand so the suggestion was to at least consider calling or 3-betting. 3-bet should not be the standard but if you are folding, 3-betting should be the better option.

    Same goes for AJo.

    As far as calling to keep ranges wide goes, I agree with that but every situation is different and we have to look at position, players behind, etc. For example playing AKo in MP vs 3-4 people (both behind and in front of us) is not my idea of fun.
  • Heffron89

    #11

    Great video Bogdan!
  • yomatiyo

    #12

    Nice video, a litle bit repetitivous (io no hablo español jaja), but nice anyway.

    Btw, I WILL NEVER SURRENDER
  • EverSteel

    #13

    Hello Bogdan,

    45:30, I agree with the opponent's range, but we can even check/call his shove against KQ + missed FDs

    Board: Jd Tc 2c 9h 2h


    player 1: 65,000% AcQc, Ac8c, Ac7c, Ac6c, Ac5c, Ac4c, Ac3c, KQs, 8c7c, 7c6c, KQo
    player 2: 35,000% QcJc

    this means we lose money by check/folding, doesnt it?

    ty!
  • BogdanPS

    #14

    @Eversteel: I'm assuming this was for part 2 which I just replied to.
  • gp00053

    #15

    I'm half way through this series and can't believe how great and informative it is. If you haven't watched it you should. I have learned a great deal on how to take advantage of HM. and the first vid has helped my game
  • KKNgroup

    #16

    After watching How to do session review video, I chose to watch this next.