Introducing JackDanielsPT: NL600 MSS Live Session

  • NL MSS
  • NL MSS
  • $400 - $600
  • Shorthanded
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Description

A warm welcome to new coach JackDaniels as he brings us his first video. He plays 4 shallow tables of 2/4 and 3/6, discussing how he plays mid-stack strategy.

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Comments (10)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the first video from JackDaniels as he shows us Midstack strategy!

    If you have any questions please leave them in the comments section below!
  • learnfriend

    #2

    i have one question in a hand you played a your vid
    You bet your TQ on TQ32 , about half pot on turn
    you say, he will have no odds to play his draw
    but my question is that..if you bet bigger , he will still call . don;t u think we can win more by better bigger?
  • ilikebounty

    #3

    Same hand - what is your plan on river when flush card comes? You are still going all-in on A or 9?
  • JackDanielsPT

    #4

    first off all i think hes range its more a good queen or AT; KT then a draw just because hes really tight and any FD its very good one that he gonna stack off on the flop.
    I bet 55 leaving 104 behind, that was the same amount i would bet if i have the draw.

    #3 i guess leaving just half pot for the river im just gonna c/f if the As comes
  • RandomGenerator

    #5

    JackDanielsPT, which odds do you need to have to check/call on As in the situation that #3 describes?

    on 13:15 with ATo. what do you think about check/pushing this flop?
  • champ44

    #6

    at 18.50 shove with AQo.even after knowing ur opponent is playin good...is that right?pls explain a bit more
  • champ44

    #7

    at 7.00 on table 1 what if ur opponent raises u on turn say to 70- 85 would u still call..i know its not easy decision but sometime i fold some time i call in such positions but wanna know ur view..
  • champ44

    #8

    ty for the video..nice work..
  • JackDanielsPT

    #9

    #5 i think he always have the best hand when the As comes and he bets
    AT situation: check/pushing that flop seems ok too, but the i was cbeting a lot in 3bets pots and AT is the weaker value part of my range, so i rather do with a weaker T
  • astiastiasti

    #10

    nice one man! good job