A Balanced Perspective of Augepaul: Part 4

  • Fixed-Limit
  • FL
  • $3/$6
  • Shorthanded
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Boomer continues his review of Augepaul's session.


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  • fitzinator18


    Enjoy the latest from Boomer!

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  • Pulow


    i really liked the series.

    12:30 A9: i think you got the action wrong. we got c/r on the flop, but you analyse as if we got called and then check the turn ?
  • Boomer2k10


    Yeah looks like I messed up on that one and I apologise for that

    That said at least the analysis is ok for that situation :)

    In terms of this hand as a whole that would make A9 much more attractive as a folding option because it'll be lower in our range as we will have folded more hands before the river (although not many more as the vast majority of our range here has either a gutshot or overcards etc).

    The pot is also a little bigger. So we'd be inclinded to fold a little less.

    If we examine our whole range we're still continuing w/ K9, KJ and A7 to the river so it's still very close to a call but much further towards a fold that it would be in the situation I analysed :)
  • Boomer2k10


    Obviously if we assume our opponent has a very definied range for x/r'ing as most will then exploitatively we can dump the hand here
  • wuerstchenwilli


    I defintily call KQ in 28:00. And fold maybe A2 or so. The A is a Bluffout for us whereas we shift our range and are better balanced on the river.
  • Boomer2k10


    Hmm, usually I'm not a fan of bluffing w/ nut no pair but it's certainly worth considering

    I'll have another look at it and see what I come up with :)