Caught between a Rock & a Deepstack

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Description

In Jonathan's new concept video, we are taken through a specific selection of hands played deepstacked, and / or particularly interesting spots that Jonathan encounters during his MTT endeavours.

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Comments (12)

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  • EuanM

    #1

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

    #2

    1 day to late, but ok, quality is more important i guess ;)

    nice vid like most of the time...
  • vidrata

    #3

    Nice video!
  • luizsilveira

    #4

    Very nice vid, 5 stars; audio is a bit too low though.
  • JohnMcCl4ne

    #5

    nice video, I really liked it and definitely learned something !
  • zarsky

    #6

    The most informative and useful MTT videos on PokerStrategy IMO. Thumbs up, Jonathan!

    In previous vid you asked if we like the format. So I think the format is absolutely great. Many more interesting spots per hour, comparing to live play or even session analyis, plus it's easier to understand due to similarity. I love this format.

    Keep up the great job!
  • guzik710

    #7

    Liked the video, it would be nice to know what each tourney is for a bit more info.
  • NatRPheM

    #8

    I really love your video`s and learn quite a lot from them. T

    hey are actually the reason I play on some of these sh*tty sites to earn enough SP to watch them since I am not tracked on Pokerstars.
  • JonathanLittle

    #9

    Im glad you guys like the video. Thanks.
  • matel17

    #10

    How do you calculate those numbers(44%, 60%) at 4:20?
  • JonathanLittle

    #11

    44% comes from there being 4700 in the pot plus his 11300 bet, so we end up with my call of 11300/(4700 + 11300 + 11300) The second 11300 comes from the amount that will be in there when I call, meaning we need to win around 41% of the time. I was slightly off with 44%.

    The 60% is basically a guess, as you cant know for sure how often you will win but you can make an educated guess based on the range you assign him.
  • Rolo23

    #12

    the 77 hand does not make any sense without reads in my opinion.