Yourdoompoker JSfan Review Nl400 - Part 1

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In this video, YourDoom makes a sessionreview for the lucky winner of a Diamond contest. The review is made in the replayer format, where hands from JS1 / JSfan are analysed in-depth for the purpose of improving Hero's play. Watch as JSfan plays against a tough regular and YourDoom takes the plays apart. Stay tuned for another Diamond contest from YourDoom coming soon!

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  • EuanM

    #1

    Enjoy the userreview from YourDoom where the winner of a Diamond contest was the lucky participant in an exclusive session review with Ryan!

    We look forward to hearing your Feedback & Comments!
  • RandomGenerator

    #2

    in the first hand, why do you think that the villain would raise T7o for value on flop?

    would you raise it for value yourself in this spot? Which worse hands would you expect to get called by?
  • RandomGenerator

    #3

    on the river you're saying that this is a super easy call against his possible holdings.

    I just don't get it. On the river we beat only a bluff. Very rarely he would bet with a weaker ten like KT ot JT.

    But his betsizing is just screaming that he is going for a thing value.

    So in his river bet range there's very little worse hands that would bet this way and a ton of hands better. Why is this a super easy call?
  • barbeysize

    #4

    n1 but not for platinum+. there is no that good content here. pretty obvious conclusions - don't put wide rage on nuts, don't play cbet c/f in 3bet pot often, don't play fold and fold only after check with initiative, balance your c/r range, don't 3pl barrel on wrong board.
  • z1pz0r

    #5

    because he bets all better hands on turn (or so any decent player does)
  • z1pz0r

    #6

    #4, he reviewed the hands that JSfan sent him that's why the content is pretty basic.
    Yourdoom, I'd much rather a session review.
  • Duziks

    #7

    First hand is pretty worthless because you see a 6 max player play heds up
    and his understanding of hu range
  • RandomGenerator

    #8

    #5, so you really think he is bluffing there more than once in 4 times?

    btw, as the showdown showed, he didn't bet a better hand on turn.
  • yomatiyo

    #9

    AQs, why not ch/calling? if the reg is so agrresive, we can expect him to rep the flush and hopes that we ever never has the flush (HU situation). In a 3way, I also belive that ch/r y better than ch/c, cause he is not gonna rep so much against two people, and cause we need to defend our draw.
  • dhw86

    #10

    i am diamond and heard of it the first time.
    next time please make a post in the german forum as well :)
  • z1pz0r

    #11

    %8 I expect him to be valuebetting worse much more than one in 4 times.
  • z1pz0r

    #12

    #8*
  • YourDoomPoker

    #13

    Hey Random!

    #2. It's impossible to generalize what the villain will do in a HU dynamic as HU play is much more player dependant than 6-max. But having said that, given an aggressive dynamic I may certainly be raising any Ten in this spot for value and to protect my hand as I don't want a free J,Q,K, or A to turn and potentially take the lead. But no, I do not think that ALL regs will raise the very worst Tens in their range in this spot, but I included them for the sake of the approximation.

    #3. I see a lot of players make a thin value bet here with a weaker Ten. No one is really repping a Queen in the hand, he may easily take this exact line with KT,JT to try to get value from smaller pairs.

    I actually would find it less likely that most players have a queen in their hand here, checking back the turn like this, and again, we only have to have the best hand 25% of the time in this spot to be good. All things being equal w/out some kind of super sick read a river laydown w AT here would be horrible.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #14

    Hey z1pz0r!

    #5 + 6. Both good and correct comments. I can only control the analysis in this video.

    What I recommend is applying for (and winning) my next HH review. Then YOU will select the hands :)

    If you'd like to see a hand that I myself selected for analysis, I have a free instructional hand on "How to play baby pocket pairs" on my Facebook page right now! (For Likers only) :D

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  • YourDoomPoker

    #15

    Hey yomatiyo!

    Nice thought, but I would hate a xC in this spot. We have a huge draw and we are OOP. We must use the value of our draw combined w the massive fold equity that we have to play aggressively in this spot.

    The problem w xC here is what if he's bluffing w 33, we miss the turn and river and his 3s scoop the pot over our AQ high. Or worse, he has JThh, turn bricks, it goes x-x and he rivers a free Jack. What's our plan at that point? Bluff the river (repping nothing) and hope he folds? It'll be easy for him to make a light call on the river given our weird line.

    After the x and the button bet, RAISE is the only option here.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #16

    Hey dhw86!

    That's up to the big wigs at PS.com but I'll mention it to them :)
  • IronPumper

    #17

    Min. 10.30:
    What you would do vs. a turnbet?
    The Q improves for sure Villain`s Flopraisingrange and there is one further street to come - so a call would look to me tbh pretty marginal - what you think about it?
  • YourDoomPoker

    #18

    Hey Iron!

    Well, again these HU spots are impossible to generalize since I have no feel for the opponent, the dynamic, the gameflow...but in general my first instinct would be to call and xC river vs. many aggressive opponents. Our hand is just so strong and what is he really be repping w a flop R and turn bet on that board? QT? If he even raises that on the flop. So it's either a set, QT, T8, a slowplayed big pair, a bluff w two overs that hit the Q or air. So given his entire starting hand range, in an aggressive dynamic, it's probably air.

    Vs. a nit though, I may fold.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #19

    Hey Iron!

    Well, again these HU spots are impossible to generalize since I have no feel for the opponent, the dynamic, the gameflow...but in general my first instinct would be to call and xC river vs. many aggressive opponents. Our hand is just so strong and what is he really be repping w a flop R and turn bet on that board? QT? If he even raises that on the flop. So it's either a set, QT, T8, a slowplayed big pair, a bluff w two overs that hit the Q or air. So given his entire starting hand range, in an aggressive dynamic, it's probably air.

    Vs. a nit though, I may fold.
  • texaslimit

    #20

    I rarely play NL,liked the video tho.
    my question is:
    2nd Hand,SB-AKo 3bet; what about a chk/raise AI turn?Isnt it a good way to balance for hands like 9Ts for example or anything we 3bet from SD without showdown value and c/f?
    Or is it just too face up?
    Especially if we get floatet some too,I feel like its a good spot to go for it.But Im not sure, so I rather ask : ).
  • Xenomystus

    #21

    the 50$ bet at the river in the last hand was not a bluff it was a small valuebet in the hope that villain can´t fold his weak one-pair hands... i think.... same thing at the turn, that is why he bet so small...
  • Fox128

    #22

    @yourdoom: AQs hand: I read your comments. So you DO actually want them to fold their JThh!!?

    Sry makes no sense to me: You say you don't wanna see him hit a jack/T... (which he won't bet for value anyway imo)... that's one side. But what's with the 7 outs for a nice flush over flush?
  • Fox128

    #23

    T9s blind v blind Hand:

    On 2Q7-3s-A

    Wtf, I think we have a pretty mandatory 3barrel here!! If we don't bet this run-out, we have like no bluffs here ever. I mean the only bluffs we have are BDFDs - most of those were nutflushdraws and just rivered an Ace (which I'd definitely bet for value against his obv SD-value which is Qx like 70%+ of the time).
    We also have lots of two pairs, sets etc. I'd also bet KQ for thin value there.

    I'd bet a different size though.
  • Anonym92

    #24

    love ur vids!

    but i really would like to see a full session-review next time :)
  • jimmy99x

    #25

    would like to see the rest of the session
  • YourDoomPoker

    #26

    Hey texas!

    Yes, a x-Shove on the turn is a fine line as hero could easily be taking that line with a big pair as well.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #27

    Hey Xenomystus!

    I think you misread the board. We are playing the board so the river bet can't be for value as 100% of hands have us tied or beat.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #28

    Hey Fox!

    AQs: Well, if I knew that he had JhTh for certain (which I never will ofc) I would still raise. All we have is A high, so to overcall here vs. two players would be horrible. No matter what they have they have outs and can have up to 4 live cards. And it's unlikely that he is going to bet turn into two players w air here anyway.

    Plus if Villain 3 has 65ss, 86ss or any 7xs he's never folding anyway. The only possible smaller spade draws that we are in danger of folding out are 98ss, T9ss, JTss, J9ss, and T8ss. These 5 holding account for 0.38% of all starting hands. So in other words, he probably doesn't have that.

    So to answer your question, no I dont want him to fold JThh, I would like him to 3Bet bluff with it or float it, but I still have to raise as giving JThh a free card in position (plus another player a free card as well) is the worst thing we can do here.

    T9s: I disagree. I don't believe anything is mandatory in a blind vs blind (or HU) hand. What exactly are you repping with a river bet here? I don't see many hands this TAG calls this flop and turn with and then folds this river. He should know that the Ace is a card that people like to bluff.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #29

    Hey Anonym92 and jimmy99x!

    Request granted :) Parts 2 and 3 of this review will be available shortly.
  • YourDoomPoker

    #30

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  • EuanM

    #31

    The video was downgraded to Gold for your viewing pleasure, check out the second part also available in Gold!

    http://www.pokerstrategy.com/video/22833/
  • zephyro3

    #32

    ATo: my first impression is that I really don't like a flop reraise, basically because I think we'll be in pretty bad shape against villain's continuance range. You're reraising for value so I'd be interested to see what range you think villain will continue with and what percentage of it a reraise actually gets value from.

    As an aside, I really hate the phrase 'betting to protect my hand' because for most people it seems to amount to bluffing with the best hand, which is obviously nuts. It'd be great to see a mathematical analysis of the optimal line when we have a vulnerable but likely best hand that we think we cannot bet for value.