W34z3l's W0rksh0p: 4NL Session on Revolution

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W34z3l brings us another live session playing 4nl on the Revolution network - as he looks around some of the other rooms with tracking from Pokerstrategy.com. He discusses his thoughts throughout.


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  • fitzinator18


    Enjoy the latest from W34z3l's W0rksh0p!

    As always please leave any feedback in the comments section below!
  • Kris6


    Congratulions for the video, W34z3l!
    At 20:31, if on the river it was not 6s, but a heart card, you put the villain all in?
  • andi2k3


    nice video! thx
  • w34z3l


    #2 I would still bet for value after villain checks. However I would strongly consider folding to a river donk-shove from villain.
  • luckyfoxcub


    nice video with clear explanations, thank you!
  • niceup1


    nice video, nice thoughts incl. explanations ty
  • sleep99


    nice vid.
  • w34z3l


    Thanks all for the nice comments.
  • Laci24


    Hi w34z3l!

    Nice video. :)
    36:32: one limper + one minraise, I think that your 3bet is small. + this spot was on 176bb deep...
    I decide min. 10bb 3bet in this case.

    another spot from the video: Imo is good isolation raise with KJ against fishy player. I saw that you fold this.

    I really like your explanation. :)

    Thank you!
  • w34z3l


    #9 36:32, Villain has a high Ft3bet, I prefer a smaller sizing to encourage him to continue with wide range.

    KJ, not sure exactly where you mean, but you might be right.
  • Goingunder


    I can't see folding villain ever in that Kqs spot on the button ( 3bet -flat-float)I think his range is too strong... and as someone used to say...trying to bluff people off their overpairs is just burning money in the long term, so.....OMG he really folded...
  • w34z3l


    #11 - It really depends who you are bluffing. Some regulars will fold everything but sets in that spot, and villain looked like he might be that type. It's mainly fish you don't want to bluff off made hands.

    At higher stakes it's a standard shove vs a lot of villains because they will have a wider 2nd barreling range - also the texture ran out in a way that light 2nd barreling hands are more likely than usual.

    As acknowledged in the video, I prefer flatting, but we have so much equity that we hardly need any fold equity for shoving to be profitable; both options will be +EV.
  • alcrisus


    Nice vid, great explanations!
  • Tombic


    Very good and clear reasons for making moves. Easy understandable english also.
    Great video

    In hand KQs 25min, would you call second barrell in case you hit K or Q on flop? I always run in trouble in such spots on turn.
  • ManiaculDinamovist


    Why not second barrelling with 92 on A79 board? It was obvious that the opponent had some hand like K10suited or maybe other weaker flushdraw hand? He may still have some good equity even without hitting the flush on the river, that's true, but wouldn't it be more profitable to bet for value on the turn too?
  • ManiaculDinamovist


    w34z3l At that hand KQs, I don't dislike the turn shove, you couldn't just call there, even with implied odds, because a hand like AK that the opponent might have had would have checked the river and you would have checked behind also if you would have missed the river. So if he is second barreling light, it would rather be +EV to shove than to flat call the turn.
  • KKNgroup


    I want to watch all W34z3l`s videos before boot camp on 18th of August. Very informative.
  • iva123


    It was interesting to see how the field today at this limit. I must say, the level rose