User Review with Daniel & BogdanPS - Part 1

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BogdanPS looks at a video from Daniel for the purposes of a sessionreview. Daniel is a part-time poker player with a focus on quality as opposed to quantity, a style which the coach himself encourages. Bogdan will go through each of the hands in the video for discussion, while going in-depth on plays at interesting spots.


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  • EuanM


    Enjoy the debut of the user review with BogdanPS discussing the plays made at TitanPoker!

    The subject is part-time poker player, Daniel - who will be the beneficiary of the comments made in the Video!

    Thank you for your efforts and contributions folks, and please do leave your thoughts and questions for the coachn!
  • Workafrolic


    Great video, I'm looking forward for the next part.
  • worldanizer


    too much micro management for micro stakes. Just play more hands, wait for good spots, and value town your way up.
  • BogdanPS


    @2: Thank you.

    @3: I agree that while there's a lot of micro management the idea, at least the way I see it, is to get into good habits. And work hard to make your life easier as you move up.
    After all hard work is the key to success and not simple volume. Quality is almost always better than Quantity.
  • Heffron89


    Bogdan, please make more videos I love them!
  • worldanizer


    @4 this is something I've been thinking about recently, what you think would be a good volume/month (for an aspiring player that wants to learn and move up) 15k or more like 30k? thx.
  • BogdanPS


    @5: Thank you. I will.

    @6: It all depends on how much time you have available in a week. Someone that has 40 hours will play a lot more than someone that has just 10 hours. I would recommend a good mix of play and study (70/30 ratio or even more study time). How much time do you have each week, and what games do you play (and how many tables)?
  • M1rCea


    1st of all, thank you very much Bogdan for your analysis.

    Wow, weird laidown at the end there when I rivered the flush. I think my main mistake was that I didn't consider that he limped pre and his river shove to my overpot bet made me always put him on the nuts.

    Looking forward to the next episodes
  • worldanizer


    I try to play 1h30 everyday 18 tables. My objective is to achieve 30k/month. Party poker is super fishy, I've been able to maintain a winrate of > 12ptBB/100.

    Hence my first comment. There is so much easy money at micros (as long as you play enough) that I don't find the need to micro analyse each villain like you show in the vid. I might be mistaken.
  • William340


    I only play 3 or 4 tables at a time, but I do not spend as much time w/ notes/hand review while playing.
    I do mark big hands for review an then take notes for future when I do my post-session review.

    the flush laydown was definitely strange. it raises a few questions:
    if you would not show down your flush, how did you ever get to the river? what were you hoping to hit if not the flush draw?
    and if you were afraid he had a bigger flush or a boat, whey not just call his small bet instead of min-raising?
  • cifol


    cant fit to screen :(
    please make 4:3 or 16:10
  • EverSteel


    Hello Bogdan,

    14:00 on 14th minute, why do we play for stacks with top pair?