Sunday Night H.O.R.S.E Tournament - Part 2

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RainManTrail takes us through his first H.O.R.S.E tournament on Full Tilt Poker. Part 2 continues where the first part finished off.


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  • EuanM


    Enjoy the video and please keep the comments in English!
  • Arcanis23


    once more a great vid. keep up the good work
  • DustyMonk


    @25:30 You complete TsJcTc UTG then go on to describe it as an awful move (due to nearly everyone else showing paint).

    Is that move so bad in a loose-passive low stakes cash game (stud hi), where the antes are 0.1BB and the BI is 0.25BB?
  • MarcPS


    really nice video once again.

    good to see that there's hope for us all ;)
  • RainmanTrail


    @3 Yes, this move is bad in any game. If the game were very loose passive, you could get away with limping this TTJ, but I'd be looking to fold it if there's much action at all behind you. With 4 overcards left to act and 2 missing antes, this is an easy fold in a normal game.
  • dumBBass


    Hello, thank you for another great video.

    I am FLHE noob, but @7:45 you had A5o in SB and player went all-in with 1BB and you folded. Is it not a raise for value and isolation?
  • RainmanTrail


    @6 His raise here was in mid position and we certainly could take a shot here if we want, but we aren't gaining much, we are probably coin flipping it at best and dominated otherwise. If it were later in the tournament where busting a player was more important I think this would be a fine reraise. As played, I probably didn't even notice that he was almost all in. Raising in that spot is fine, but missing the opportunity isn't really missing much value at all and mainly adds volatility to our stack.