Equity on the Flop: Finding Leaks 3

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In this video, Cornholio will look into flop situations. How much equity do you generally have on which flops? How much equity do you need to make your call profitable? How do you continue playing the hand afterwards. These questions and more will all be answered in this video. On top of that, Cornholio discusses leaks that he found on himself and other Fixed Limit players. Learn from their mistakes, and avoid these mistakes yourself.


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  • zoodevn


    im the first :D
  • MyLady17


    Hey, you know i like your Videos and i watched them all i think, BUT i don´t really like how construct this series. First of all i am not a fan of these upcoming 15 Minute Videos, this is just too short.

    The examples are really good, but it seems like you choosed the K9o Hand as example for a Hand with Showdownvalue. I didn´t really expect to have more than 20% Equity here. K-high has only very few Flops to call with the intention to call down on Blanks.

    I would enjoy a more detailled analysis with combinatorics and most important in this hand, the Equityshift on the Turn if we check/call. 9c and 7c should be pretty good cards here. Like you said, this Hand has its value on its Backdoors and possible Float OOP. But i would really like to see a deeper analysis.

    Another option is to analyse how they Equity changes if we remove for example the Tc and take a 8c of it and analyse why Equity changes the way it does.

    This is of course meant as constructive critics, hope you don´t get it the wrong way :)
  • Cornholio


    Hey My Lady,

    not at all, thank you for your Feedback!
    Its right, the Video Series is constructed differently from former Videos and actually you are among a group of playes, i think, who benefit more from other type of videos.
    In Fact, for players with this profile (like you):
    - do watch detailed theory Videos
    - are willing to put a lot of effort in learning
    - have a deep understanding for equity issues already
    these Videos can not be very effective.
    However other players (especially those who usually don´t invest effort in general theory content), can find potential (maybe big) leaks in a short time without investing much time or effort, just by listening 15 minutes and guessing the answers.
    And those might be encouranged to take more time for the topic and go in detail.
    Basically it´s for finding leaks, the series is only giving hint on how to solve them. And I agree that a more detailed analysis on a lot of things concerning equity and changing Equity would be very interesting.

    Next Videos will be different again by the way. :)