Phil's Drills 1 - No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw - Theory

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PhilShaw kicks off his new draw series covering the most popular online draw games. Part 1 gives us an in-depth introduction to No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw.

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Comments (12)

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  • EuanM

    #1

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

    #2

    It will be translated to Russian?
  • iNspiRe

    #3

    №2 yes
  • SniffvsSnaf

    #4

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  • EvGalois

    #5

    Yes - is it down atm?
  • EvGalois

    #6

    Working fine now! Thanks!
  • maniac

    #7

    hey phil,

    i really liked your video, because it gave me a better understanding of overall game theory. Nevertheless I think its not erverything that straight forward ;), because this was my first vidoe of a draw game at all. According to this I think it could be nice if you give one or two examples in HH,live or replay terms. I mean i get that stuff good because you explained in detail, but its probably easier to have some. In order to picture it softer in our mind. Just a third method of visualisation your topic to the text and your voice.
    I hope you don´t get this wrong, because i would enjoy more of this stuff.

    greez
  • otb11

    #8

    You definetely have to give more examples of how a hand developes. I am not a native speaker and i just lose you. After 15 Minutes and no visual content i was out. You don`t get me excited for this game at all.
  • Anssi

    #9

    Yeah, need some HH's. Probably good to have few quick ones early to give general idea how the game plays and then have few more complicated ones in the end after all the theory.
  • PhilShaw

    #10

    Hi guys,

    the next vid will be live play trying to apply some of the ideas here, this was just intended to give a theoretical framework and there wasnt much time for anything else unfortunately.

    thanks for watching!
    Phil
  • chenny8888

    #11

    pretty amazing video. look forward to applying this sometime :)
  • jbpatzer

    #12

    I enjoyed the video, but if you stopped saying 'you know' and 'sort of' it would be 10 minutes shorter.