Saying Farewell to Chart Poker - Part 1 (dubbed)

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $100 - $200
  • Shorthanded
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This is a dubbed video from the german community. In this Video Series our coach KTU will show you how to get away from simple Chart Poker. He shows how to adapt on certain villians and how you include that in your overall gameplan. This Videoseries will be a mixture between theory and hand review!

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  • DanielK

    #1

    First part of the Saying Farewell to Chart Poker series. Its originally from the german community. Enjoy the video and please keep the comments in english.
  • vhallee

    #2

    Great video! p0rkus, my good man, please accept my honest congratulations for that fantastic English accent.

    Judging by it, you're dubbing this video from a ski resort somewhere in the Alps, drinking red wine and smoking on a pipe, sitting in a comfortable chair on a bear skin, next to a fire place, wearing one of those bathrobes like Hugh Hefner wears.

    I wish you dub more videos and drown in panties - you sure deserve it, sir!
  • MJPerry

    #3

    I second vhallee's comment, what-what? Jolly good show, old boy!
  • JollyRoger183

    #4

    Very valuable video for all poker variants! As you said, many players don't really have a solid gameplan or even lack the skill to create one and just want easy fixes for the problems they run into. I never played NL myself, but am very interested in the next videos as well!
  • JollyRoger183

    #5

    Ich Idiot... die Serie ist ja auf deutsch schon komplett draußen ^^ nice dubbed version though :)
  • EuanM

    #6

    KTU, very enjoyable and useful video, many thanks!
  • Mopenza

    #7

    rly gr8 video, looking forward to see next parts.
  • TetraQuark

    #8

    I think this might show up to be one of better series on PS. GJ!
  • Mark1790

    #9

    Very good, look forward to the rest of the series.
  • Davidbzr

    #10

    Im gonna try to answer the excersises.

    1. The value is hidden in the passivity of the fish, and his willingness to call. I can draw easily and make him pay if I hit, or I can profitable bet a TPBK if catch. I prob won't be doing much c bet again this. The downfalls are in a 3bet preflop by the blinds, a better TP by the fish or draw, and I prolly will make my isolation very obvious and good aware regs behind me could 3bet me light, making it an exploitable move.

    2. I can open, the value there I think is when I make a draw and the semi fish has something, and in his call and fold flop, I can c bet almost every flop and make profit. Porblems will be a 3bet preflop, a raise flop from the fish when I have a draw, a double board when I have a flush and the fish showed aggresivve.

    3. I think if im not wrong this is the "switching mistakes theory" from NL HOLD'EM THEORY AND PRACTICE. If I'm playing against a guy HU who will call always and never bet, no exception, I prolly will be doing a lot of -EV moves like shoving TPTK in the river, checking AA till river, etc. Sometimes we need to make little mistakes so the other player makes a bigger one. I think is about that...

    Good video.
  • pleski27

    #11

    great video.
  • veriz

    #12

    Good work. :) Great watch!
  • 1984ioc

    #13

    great video
  • Zolt4n

    #14

    Fantastic video, really enjoyed every minute of it! Thanks
  • luizsilveira

    #15

    I'm having high expectations towards the next! Great work!
  • Angelcards

    #16

    exercise 1:
    I can make money out of the fish if I flop a nice flush draw that hits later street and I can still make money on a TP.... this said it affect my game plan in the way I won't be able to make money out of this hand often regarding the fishes profile.... this is why I think a better hand would be better to do so when you know Villain is going to limp call wide
    ex2:
    I can Cbet any flop and get the pot or get some nice draw too. affects game plan: you need to get out of the hand if villain doesn't seem to give up or gets agressive
    ex3: to balance your game? to show that yes I do 3 bet with A2o or something like that?
  • Angelcards

    #17

    by the way, great vid and great dub. thanks
  • SPeedFANat1c

    #18

    1 question, I think we can add one more line - if fish calls a lot preflop and on flop, then he still has weak range on turn, so if he folds often then we can barrel turn.
  • p0rkus

    #19

    #2 :D:D:D
  • yomatiyo

    #20

    Exercise 1, we can make money whit 2 or 3 barrels, in fact, that is our gameplan, make him call preflop, call flop, and folds turn or river (it depends of boards and our reads postflop). We also have to iso big if we can, and we also have to bet big flop if we can, and in we go for 3 barrels, also turn, so we make more dead money untill the river.
    Problems?
    Dominatios vs beter Qx
    Bad understanding of how fish play several boards
    Trying to get maximum value whit, f e Q5o in QxxKx, which fish will not call river whit worst
    Trying to think that is good to hit a Q, when the real money came for bluffing him, and that is just a bonus
    regs 3beting us, awered of we iso the fish really light
    fish l/raising preflop
    HOW THAT afect our gameplan?
    if we get a lot of 3bet we have to, 4bet bluff vs reg, or iso a tighter range
    If fish starts to understand what we are doing, he might bluff us postflop sometimes
    we will have a crazy image, that we have to be awared of, and be able to managened good
  • yomatiyo

    #21

    2do topic

    We do open, we can cbet any flop and give up, and regs wont 3bet a lot lighter cause the fish is in the blind. Also if they call us preflop, fish almost allways enter the pot, and we will have a SC on a 3w at least, and that is allways good.
    Real value is in betting flop like 45% and make fish folding, and win 3.5 or 4.5bb of preflop.
    Potencional mistakes? calling 3bets lighter oop cause we belive regs are exploiting us.
    Trying to 3 barrel fish when we have a draw, when there is no real FE if he call flop.
    Dont be afared of how much (or not) regs adapt to our game and understand it.
  • yomatiyo

    #22

    exercise 3

    I think is balancing... I cant make a profit OR A4s UTG? ok... but BU now cannot callme down on 235xx 3 streets just because "I only rep OC", now I have more hands in my range and I can rep more stuffs.. and also noone will now overshove a river xxxssxsx against us cause we "almost never have the nut flush" cause now we have a lot of Axs. That is just an example...
    Also there is something of GTO, sometimes yo just cant fold your toprange on one situation, just because you need to have allways a calling range vs some villians.
    And finnaly... LEARNING!
    I know that I have missplayed NL10 and NL25... but I was LEARNING! and everyone says to me "that is no necesary on this limit!!! dont do it!! is EV-!!".
    Ok... now I play NL100 and I have been in a LOT of situation that other players not, and makeing close gameplan in a lot of situation, and EV- gameplan also, I have been able to improved my game, and they, they havent... cause they dont "try something new".

    AMAZING video dude!
  • yomatiyo

    #23

    exercise 3

    I think is balancing... I cant make a profit OR A4s UTG? ok... but BU now cannot callme down on 235xx 3 streets just because "I only rep OC", now I have more hands in my range and I can rep more stuffs.. and also noone will now overshove a river xxxssxsx against us cause we "almost never have the nut flush" cause now we have a lot of Axs. That is just an example...
    Also there is something of GTO, sometimes yo just cant fold your toprange on one situation, just because you need to have allways a calling range vs some villians.
    And finnaly... LEARNING!
    I know that I have missplayed NL10 and NL25... but I was LEARNING! and everyone says to me "that is no necesary on this limit!!! dont do it!! is EV-!!".
    Ok... now I play NL100 and I have been in a LOT of situation that other players not, and makeing close gameplan in a lot of situation, and EV- gameplan also, I have been able to improved my game, and they, they havent... cause they dont "try something new".

    AMAZING video dude!
  • yomatiyo

    #24

    (soory double post!)
  • yomatiyo

    #25

    Also future EV, and also information =P

    Sometimes we call knowing that we are not good enought (by odds), but that will give us important information that we can use later. Again, future EV, and again, image/balancing and be able to exploit our image and our villians leaks.
  • CRI4BRA

    #26

    to the coach

    why the answers on all three exercises seem pretty easy to me , and im a looser at cash game 2nl?

    can you respond to this?
  • Nivlem

    #27

    Super nice vid!
  • William340

    #28

    in ex #2, I would be worried about three regs between me & the BB.
    if they come along, even w/ just a call, I am OOP to one or more of them.
    that is not going to help me win money from the fish.
  • zgq123

    #29

    没法看啊,请版主检查
  • Roflpain

    #30

    Vid is not working!
  • druidulix

    #31

    I cant see the video too
  • AceSteph

    #32

    Great vid, great style, great content!