Blind Battles - Re-steal

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $10 - $100
  • Shorthanded
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Description

In the launch of the new miniseries, 4ertik explores the methods behind successful Blind Steals. In this episode the focus is re-steals; protecting your own blinds from people who employ the strategy displayed in 4ertik's first video.

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Bankroll Building Blind Defense Blindbattle preflop series Steal Theory Video

Comments (16)

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  • EuanM

    #1

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

    #2

    It's 6-max,not FR....
  • Doty

    #3

    nice video thx a lot ;)
  • BillyTheGoat

    #4

    #2 Doesn't matter, the examples are always with players only from late position. 6max is just faster to get the needed examples.

    Nice video!
  • DavidGarban

    #5

    Nice video, liked it, learned new things, found it interesting ;)
  • siweq86

    #7

    where is the 4ertik' video from practice
  • Pascal

    #8

    the two videos got mixed up
    practice is the next part and will be released next week
  • MagnumLemon

    #9

    Great Video. It gave me some inspiration for future blind defenses. Thanks a lot!
  • Lirik10

    #10

    Nice video, thanks! A question from practice: what is the best strategy if you are in BB and in SB there is a guy with almost 100% ATS from SB (and almost 100% contbet if BB calls)?
  • p0rkus

    #11

    4ertik:

    Every opponent is different and has there own leaks: some will fold a lot when 3bet, some will fold a lot when cbet in a 3bet pot, some check/fold too much in standard pots, some fold too much when their cbet is raised in a standard pot, and some fold too much when you float them.

    Every opponent has their own weak points and thus there is no one concrete strategy - check their stats and play as optimally as you can ;)
  • JHTAN

    #12

    let say Hero in BB VS BU(unknown).
    BU open raise to 3bb and Hero calls with AJo. Hero missed on Flop, so, Hero c/f or c/c once then c/f Turn?

    thanks
  • Tosh5457

    #13

    @#10 If he folds well preflop you want to 3bet a lot of hands. If he's not a fish you can also call alot and floator raise some flops.
  • c0wking

    #14

    This is the best video I've seen, although my sample size for watched videos is quite low atm.
  • Fil1987

    #15

    Hey, but there's something wrong. In case that a player rarely folds preflop, but folds a lot in 3bet pots.

    According to this we cbet for 3BB?! Who's gonna fold a cbet of 1/4 pot-size...

    Pot is 19,5BB so let's cbet for 12BB and we have to get 51,85% of FEq.

    And about 3bet range - I guess that 3betting A2s is way better than 86s, cause we have a blocker on his calling or stack off range..
  • Bzzz2906

    #16

    And what we do with AQ when villain 4-bet ?
  • Farmarchist

    #17

    Where is the QJs? neither at 8:00 or 11:00.