W34z3l's W0rksh0p: Interpreting Common Lines

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
(31 Votes) 8354

JOIN NOW TO VIEW THE FULL VIDEO

Free membership

Join now
 

Description

W34z3l brings some empirical evidence as to what recreational players turn up with when they take some common postflop lines such as min-betting and raising rivers.

Tags

profiling reading thematic video Theory Video

Comments (26)

newest first
  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from W34z3l!

    As always feedback and suggestions are appreciated!
  • mbml

    #2

    great video

    I think you may be the first guy who bothered analyzing fish lines with such depth and presented the info in a video
  • pleno1

    #3

    One of the best vids I've seen. Very very good.
  • DrDunne

    #4

    really interesting video. thanks a lot! as a standard i tend to be more inclined to treat mindonks as a check and so i make my standard cbet and it seems pretty successful, and i know that's pretty normal for many players to do which means that a lot of the time villain will be folding those weak pairs/draws. if the donk bet is a decent size then i tend only to raise it with a top pair/draw. imo the bigger the donk bet, the more likely we are to be called if we raise so we want to be doing it with good equity. i really think we'd be losing value if we stopped raising the mindonks though..
  • w34z3l

    #5

    #4 You should still be raising pretty often, but not as often as you'd cbet vs a check. Min-betters usually always have some form of equity and will not be folding as often as a checker. The value of bluffs/semi-bluffs goes down.

    Treating a min-bet like a check may not always result in the best play, but will be good in a lot of cases.
  • ionutd

    #6

    Awesome vid, great job weazel! This is what pokerstrategy needs to promote and come up with..
  • imfromsweden007

    #7

    Yeah, very nice series this.
  • taschendamenfalter

    #8

    very nice vid. clear explanations
    but officials:
    its about analysing common lines on the micros, so why is it released as gold?
    it would help users playing on the micros, which are usually silver-max.
  • mholy

    #9

    Your Khi flush hand at 16:10 is not second nuts... But yeah, awesome vid, keep it up ;)
  • w34z3l

    #10

    #9 Yeah, I figured ^^ I ignore quads / straight flushes.

    Easy to disregard hands that have only 1 combo. K high flush is effectively the second nuts for all intents and purposes.
  • atllas20

    #11

    awesome.
  • Farmarchist

    #12

    Nice vid weazel, really clear and one of the best vids out here for microplayers. Clear voice, to the point etc etc. Well done ;)
  • tatisan

    #13

    Great video! On the first type of hands, the river raise, the filter should be "bet raise OR bet call".
    Bet raise actually means you bet and you raise. Obviously when you raise his river raise, you will make him muck all his bluffs. If you add "bet call" on the river you will get a lot more hands and i'm pretty sure not all of them will be strong.
  • feursturm

    #14

    @ 6 +1
    @ 8 +1
  • w34z3l

    #15

    #13 Nice one, thanks for the info =)
  • RasTweet

    #16

    Great video w34z3l! I have one little problem though. People also fold a lot as well when they minbet. It's a bit player dependent but a lot just minbet/fold. And because you are filtering for saw showdown you'll never see them fold.
  • Mantelo

    #17

    @16 agreed. And I think it is also related to all 3 analyzed aspects. The only way You could see opponent's air hands is when You have some marginal hand on Your own and can't value bet.
  • MrDRED

    #18

    super video !
  • coldchurch

    #19

    This video is about microstakes, but is not for Silver members? Strange.
  • AlexPipko

    #20

    Why did u filter "bet raise" hands? Those are the hands that YOU bet, get raised, and reraise yourself. What about the hands you just called with?
  • gavinonymous

    #21

    Very useful video, thanks!
  • ConteCaly

    #22

    beautiful video...

    truely good made with clear and whell understanding things...

    thank you so much, you're one of the best coach that i have ever listen to

    -ps- sorry for my english
  • KKNgroup

    #23

    Was nice watch!
  • a7jesus

    #24

    Really really good material, very useful, thx a lot for the video
  • Laci24

    #25

    Really good vid! :)
  • nickycakes

    #26

    Really helpful. Didn't know anything about HM2 filters other than date range before. This will definitely help me out later when trying to improve my game.