Leakfinder: $215 Sunday Warmup

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  • $215
  • Fullring
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Description

Katie looks at the early stages of the sunday warmup, analysing the hero's play throughout.

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Equity hand history review Leakfinder PokerStars

Comments (10)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from Katie!

    As always please leave feedback and suggestions below.
  • beertie1

    #2

    @34:10 its a 5bet shove? hero rais. he 3bet. hero 4bet. he 5bet shove
  • KatieDozier314

    #4

    @beertie1, yes, villain 5-bet shoves, thanks for pointing this out :)
  • taschendamenfalter

    #5

    @34:10 would have been interesting to see the hand before in total where villain doubled - maybe hero has seen that villain might be very light
  • AceSteph

    #6

    17:00 if villain donkshoves river I guess we have a fold, right? On what river cards are we folding to a donkshove (heart/ten/king/ace)? I suppose we would be calling on all blank river card.
  • AceSteph

    #7

    24:10 let's say we cbet 360 and get raised. What range would you put villain on? How would you play hands like AQo or QJ after the raise?
  • KatieDozier314

    #8

    @taschendameenfalter: That's a good point, in fact when I play and notice a big allin early, I try to take a note if the player had a very surprising holding. So in future I will show more of the significant confrontations even where Hero is not involved in the hand. :)

    @AceSteph: on the 17:00 hand, if Villain shoved the river we'd be getting about 3-1 to call; there are enough busted draws that I believe we'd be good at least the required 25% to profitably call it off. On very bad rivers though like Kh/Ah we could definitely fold to a donkshove.

    On the 24:10 hand, if we bet 360 and got raised, the range I put him on would of course depend heavily on stats but would be roughly diamond draws, KQ, 55, JTs, KJ/KTs, possibly AK, or even mid or top set if he has an extremely low pre-flop 3-bet% after a significant sample. If I were playing this hand and had AQ or QJ, I wouldn't cbet OOP here against all players types and instead sometimes take a check/call line instead. If I did cbet though and got raised I'd fold unless Villain is very aggro since we wouldn't have great equity against his raising range and are OOP.
  • AceSteph

    #9

    okay, thank you :)
  • KatieDozier314

    #10

    @AceSteph: Thanks for watching and for your interesting questions :)
  • MrTrocks

    #11

    good vid. wait for part 2 :-)