WCOOP Main - Part 2

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Chenny8888 will use the Hold 'em Manager 2 re-player in his latest video series, to conduct the review of his play the main event of the WCOOP, into which he entered via satellite. The second part will continue the re-player review of the tournament, thoughts and commentary bring provided by our tournament expert chenny8888 throughout.

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Comments (10)

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  • EuanM

    #1

    Enjoy the second part of the WCOOP review with chenny, and don't forget to leave your thoughts and questions about the Video!
  • Sevuninhooo

    #2

    it stuck 00:16
  • ruuuic

    #3

    fine here
  • smokinnurse

    #4

    stucks first but now it works
  • smokinnurse

    #5

    n1
  • kriim

    #6

    nice video!

    wouldnt you consider c/r the river?
    I guess villian is folding/not betting 88/99 anyway / or is not coming to the river.
    so on the river he has maybe AJs; QQ+ for value considering his pfr. and maybe sitting there with AKs/AQs (with a FD on the turn). I cant think of more Hands he could have here considering his tightness.

    He will fold AK/AQ and maybe AJ since your line looks really strong.

    He will bet all his overpairs again if you check and maybe his busted AK/AQ. We can erase AJ from the equasion because I believe he will fold it to a bet some of the time and will check it behind some of the time because there is like nothing he can get value from and also he is very tight and might not even have AJ in his opening range (Im not sure here).

    With your overbet your practically just betting vs QQ+, but if you check you could get him to bluff some of the time and still let his overpairs bet.

    Or am I wrong here?
  • chenny8888

    #7

    @6: please let me know what time you're referring to! I have not a clue which hand it is lol
  • gehtduer

    #8

    hey, nice vid,

    in the last hand i dont like the overbet on the river... everthing hand he has is always a bluffcatcher and i think its to tough to call 12k into 8 there(also given stacksizes) and heel be able to make herofolds whereas if u bet 5-6k, helll snap AJ, QQ+ and maybe even worse.
    i think if he folds a big pair, its wuite a disastr for u becoz u could have gotten a bet for sure.

    would like to hear your opinion?
  • chenny8888

    #9

    I feel if i hadn't overbet before (i think i had at this point though?) then you are right. With these bets it's important to think of how often they call each betsize. If he calls 5-6k 100% of the time with his range (and we have value), then he needs to call 12k 50% of the time or more for us to make a profit. I feel if it's our first overbet he will call the 12k less than 50% of the time, and if it's our second or third or whatever overbet (provided we didn't show down the nuts last time), then we'll get a call much more than 50% of the time. Now I'm not totally certain whether we had overbet prior to this, but to me it looked like a good spot to rep a hand like Q9 or 98 for air and Tx+ for value.
  • kriim

    #10

    sorry I also ment the last JT hand.