A Little Review: fruktpuff - Part 1

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  • Fullring
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Description

psigrind feels the pressure during the JonathanLittle review, as he discusses the plays made at the 275 Euro "Steps" tournament in a Hand replayer review. This is a freezeout tournament with eight seats to a live event.

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Comments (26)

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  • EuanM

    #1

    Enjoy the review from JonathanLittle & psigrind! Leave your questions for the coach below.
  • CAZcadeur

    #2

    horrible
  • CAZcadeur

    #3

    grow some balls
  • CAZcadeur

    #4

    jeez, how can u guys let someone like JL let review such a muppet's play ...
    *speechless*
  • CAZcadeur

    #5

    plz no more parts - JL deserves better than this
  • taschendamenfalter

    #6

    release the series as silver and it makes sense
  • Xenomystus

    #7

    i don´t know what your problem is? it pretty much doesn´t matter how bad he plays as long as JL gives a good explanation how (and why) he would play in these spots or in general... the only problem is that we propably won´t see any unusual play/postflop spots with this player which are worth a discussion...
  • luizsilveira

    #8

    Wow, I had never seen anyone playing like tnat. And I thought I played too tight.

    Problem for party II is: if you fold every hand there is not much of a video.
  • nylmka

    #9

    The tightest player. How can he send you his hand history? Big balls, obviously not playing xD
  • JonathanLittle

    #11

    When I first started playing, I played super tight. If I didnt have someone look at my game and let me know I was playing way too tight, I would not be where I am today.
  • taschendamenfalter

    #12

    #11 right, when you were a beginner. the series makes sense but def. not gold-content (not your fault)
  • bj355

    #13

    I suggest the guy you are reviewing play craps instead of poker. He will lose less money that way.
  • CollinMoshman

    #14

    Nice video, really liked the discussions of ranges and blind-on-blind aggression.

    At 16:45 what do you think about min-3betting to 500, clearly commits us against initial raiser and discourages multiway, but lose a bit less if shoved on?
  • CollinMoshman

    #15

    Nice video, really liked the discussion of ranges and blind-on-blind aggression.

    At 16:45 what do you think about min-3betting to 500, commits us against inital raiser and discourages multiway but lose a bit less if shoved on?
  • Alla57

    #16

    Hello
    I've been watching your videos for some time now and they have really improved my game.
    Could I ask you to send me or post somewhere on the forum some of your hand historys of 20$ or 50$ tournaments to try to improve my game at different stages. Since you don't really have a lot of full sesion reviews.
    Would really appreciate that!
    Hope I'm not asking too much.
  • Alla57

    #17

    Email: bcherk@hotmail.com
  • smokinnurse

    #18

    pfff - waste of time
    that's not worth it
  • Tillit

    #19

    I like this video. As he would play nearly every hand a bit different its great learning effect as your forced to relight the hand from differnt angles.
  • Mark1790

    #20

    I liked the video (not the play!)
    Coach explained things in a clear and concise manner.
  • JonathanLittle

    #21

    Collin, I think min3betting in that spot is perfectly fine as long as players dont think you are only doing it to lose less when shoved on.
  • Gerovit

    #22

    Come on, like you are all super pros, give him a break he probably played with scared money to get to the event (which he succeeded)and he wants to learn.
    Anyway its not up to you to judge hero's play that's why it's called "Little review" and not CAZca or whatever review
    Great review with great coach.
  • Rolo23

    #23

    Great video, I think it's good that Hero plays so bad, that way there is a lot to learn for beginners MTT players who might have similar tendencies as Hero!
  • Rolo23

    #24

    Great Video, I think it is good that Hero plays so bad, as that way there is more to learn for beginners MTT players who might have similar tendencies as Hero!
  • runetubAAonly

    #25

    Agree with Rolo23, alot of us are not pros, and are kind of fine with not going pro, but still want to improve our game.
    I REALLY like the fact that we are going through the whole hand history, makes it easier (for me anyway) to keep up, and gives a greater perspective.
    Thanks alot
  • thesundancekid

    #26

    lol i have looked at the 1st hand and that will do me clearly PS is weak,


    p.s JL is a legend
  • pblankfield

    #27

    Watching this kind of plays make my guts aches. It must be quite an efort to keep being pro with commenting.