Out of the Blinds - Part 2

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Description

In this microeries faarcyde will focus on blind battle in deffierent spots. The second episode covers pushfold situations.

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Comments (10)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

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

    #2

    didnt see this video yet, but faarcyde, when you have time, check my comments to the part 1 , thanks=)
  • GutsForSale

    #3

    last hand, do you think we have enough equity on the bubble to risk all our chips,fold equity etc and call him with this hand?

    first part was more interesting i think, because postflop. here its just all about experience of playing and understanding of ranges different kinds of opponents=)
  • faarcyde

    #4

    @GutsForSale: It is a simple ICM math situation there, I don't think you could ever find a fold there vs an aggressive SB.

    And I shall go answer your other questions now :-)
  • ScorpionPoker

    #5

    faarcyde, thanks for your all videos. You use SNGWiz at the hands against fishes. And you use different edge 0.15; 0.2; etc. How do you choose it?
  • ScorpionPoker

    #6

    faarcyde, could you make video series about playing at the position of Big Blind. To see situations about:
    - calling/folding steals;
    - resteals with big stacks;
    - rePushes;
    - calling Pushes.
    Against regs and against fishes. It would be great!
    Thanks.
  • Tim64

    #7

    44:00 Love your comment: "this is the kind of guy who is stuck in 2007" :)
  • etnogvozd

    #8

    cool video, thx man!)
  • EverSteel

    #9

    hey faarcyde, as to feedback, some guys from the Russian community are willing to see a video on HU with 15-25BB stacks, and are also positive about recording a Nash manual.
    Everyone thumbs up your vids :)

    - dubber
  • EverSteel

    #10

    to #9 they also suggest adding another category of losing LAGs and maniacs to your classification, there are a lot of those on PartyPoker. And there is also a suggestion for more bubble SH situations as there are not a lot.