C3rqu3ira Review with AaronLambert - Part 2

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  • $75
  • Fullring
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AaronLambert makes a review of a tournament played by PokerStrategy.com memer C3rqu3ira in the hand replayer format for the purpose of in-depth analysis.


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  • EuanM


    Enjoy the second part with AaronLambert & C3rqu3ira as the hand replayer tournament review continues!

    Please leave any thoughts or questions for Aaron below.
  • underdogggg


    nice vid. well explained. the hero should be ''small balling'' more when he was 15bb+ imo . but nice video. tnx
  • Annuit20


    The first who use my Layout, *megusta*
  • madein1984


    12:31 this should be an easy call in my opinion. We get 1:1,936 on that call, so we need 34% Equity to break even. Against a 75% range we have a flip, against a 50% range we have 43,4%. Against this range we have 34%:
    I don't really see how this could be a good fold.
    Anyways, nice vid and good explanations!
  • zaboo


    #4 +1 !!!!!!!!
    if he is a NIT, he shoves 22+,A2s+,K9s+,Q9s+,J9s+,T9s,A2o+,K9o+,QTo+,JTo
    and we have 36% so considering ICM (around 1.2 bubble factor) it may be a bad call,
    but otherwise...


    Nice vid as always
  • zaboo


    14:50 44+,A2s+,KTs+,QTs+,JTs,A7o+,A5o,KTo+,QJo is quite nitty shoving range for him and we still have 45%
    we have M2.5, the pot we are fighting for is M6 = M2.5*2 + M1
    M2.5/M6 = 41.6666% we need for breakeven chip EV call

    enlighten me if i m wrong
  • zaboo


    Ok, now I get it, it's FT :P so bubble factor ~1.5 and it's a good fold with 44
  • AaronLambert


    @4 and 5 from a pure chip EV standpoint I agree that this is a snap call. If I had say 25k in chips I would be getting it in here with no problem.

    The issue lies in the fact that we would lose future fold equity on a shove if we were to call and lose in this situation. Maintaining fold equity at this point is vital and in order to really consider calling here we would need to know we have a better than slight EV call here.. so lets say he is shoving around 50% and we have 43% equity (9% equity over the needed 34% to break even) I call here but I don't think he is that wide.

    So in retrospect I still like the fold :)
  • Anonym92


    min33 k9s: i would at least defend k9s passive. its just a bu min raise and k9s has acceptable
  • Anonym92


  • AaronLambert


    I think the table dynamics should make the k9s a fold here. If we haven't been playing back on the button raise then I would like a shove in this spot but I wouldn't be trying to defend here by flatting with our stacksize here.
  • fruktpuff


    One minor comment, around 10-11 mins in, you're saying something along the lines of "if this guy here shoves, then he'll call, and if this guy here shoves", the actions are irrelevant, but your mousepointer doesn't seem to be captures in the recording, so it's a little hard to spot which ones in situations like that.
  • AaronLambert


    Thanks for the input When I said this I was referring to the person who the action was on at this moment.

    So I was talking about the SB shoving and to see if the initial raiser would have called because he has a similar stack size to the hero.

    I'll try to remember this for future videos to avoid any confusion and thanks for your comment!