Tune up - Part 4

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Enjoy some more fine tuning from Somnius in part four of "Tune up"


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  • EuanM


    Enjoy the final part from Somnius! We welcome your feedback & comments!
  • z1pz0r


    1st hand c/shove is terrible against fish since balancing is not important against fishes (d'oh).
    Didnt watch the rest.
  • shipit2menow


    i really didn't like how you played these hands either, besides the last one.
    you isolate yourself very often against a super strong range by overbet-shoving. it's also hard to balance. good opponents can exploit this very easily.
    i guess these plays can be somewhat relevant against fishy players since it's fairly unimportant to balance against them and they tend to overplay medium strength hands in such spots.
    but overall: why not just use smaller sizing, let our opponent play with a wider range and therefore allow him to make mistakes rather than giving him only 2 options, fold or call.
  • Nikinho9


    i think somnius didnt play these hands himself but is reviewing hands played by his students
  • Somnius


    Sorry for the late replies.

    #2 - I can understand why c/shoving may seem unreasonable. It may not have been the most EV play. Definately not horrible. Has some merit, just not the most profitable line.

    #3 - Please provide specific hands.