10NL SH Hand History Analysis - Part 1

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $10
  • Shorthanded
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Description

Bogdan reviews some 10NL hands posted in the forums.

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Comments (11)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    The latest from Bogdan, enjoy!

    As always feedback and suggestions are appreciated!
  • Yordi85

    #2

    15 mins is great because 80-20% rule 1hour play + 15 mins video fits the best :-D
  • ArmyChief

    #3

    well done Sir =)
  • Sinnology

    #4

    Nice video . Thx a lot

    Can you pls share how to get those range distribution screen on equilab?

    thx
  • Bedoze

    #5

    Pretty good info and well explained! Nice vid!
  • BogdanPS

    #6

    Thanks guys :)

    @4: around the 13:30 mark my cursor is right on top of the range distribution icon.

    It's the icon between your range and your equity (the 3 colored circle).
  • atllas20

    #7

    Nice vid, but I really don't like those 15 min vids
  • mkapt

    #8

    Bogdan, don´t you think that by putting him all-in on the flop generate more fold equity than we want?

    Ok, he calls with Jx anyway, but I don´t think he´s calling our shove with his drawy hands so often because our shove is really strong.

    I mean, even in a scary turn (as this very one) we have decent equity against his range and we can put him all-in anyway.

    Thanks in advance.
  • fortunewheel

    #9

    I hate these short videos. Just when u start to enjoy it it's all over. And bogdan i'd love to see you play yourself in a live session on zoom for example
  • BogdanPS

    #10

    @mkapt: do you really think that a 29 BB shortstack fishy guy will fold anything he likes to a shove on that flop?

    I really doubt it and have rarely ever seen them fold it.

    But if you have reasons to believe he would then raising small and playing the turn is still fine.
  • moneymakerzzz

    #11

    Great video, got me thinking about posting my thought process when posting my habds.