Coaching with lnternet

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Internet shows us part of a coaching session with a student. Discussing how the replayer is good for learning purposes and proceeding to look over some student selected hands and give his analysis.

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hand history review Multicoach

Comments (18)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from Internet!

    As always feedback and suggestions are appreciated!
  • fitzinator18

    #2

    I thought this was really good, kept my attention throughout and was very interesting, seeing spots I see regularly appear was great, very nice job.
  • matusko

    #4

    Nice video, a few thoughts:
    H1 88: Rly dont like the turn c/r w 88, i think you get jamed on a TON by a good player, since you are not reping much(u dont have 33,44, TT is 3Bet pre, so ur repping exactly QT and maybe some Qx flushdraws-altough i would think you would want to have most of those in your calling range) and seems like a pretty obvious spot where his barreling range is wide. Why not call?

    H3: dont like the check/shove, u never get called by worse imo unless hes rly terrible. Just c/c and mostly c/f river at nl100.

    H4: very rec. player dependent, dont think you can fold vs most

    H5: If you are raising KJ, isint your calling range becoming superweak?
  • iambanker

    #6

    Good job guys, interesting thoughts.

    88: agree with matusko, dont like x/r for reasons mentioned above, definitely just calling

    AKo (SB): you said you dont like calling, it means that u r just 3bet/folding on SB? cause I think that calling hands like QQ/AK is very good option vs some tighter opponents against we dont have clear value 3bet (5bet jam) and 3bet might be sometimes overplay (mainly on nl100)

    55: I think that jamming is rly bad, cant see worse hand which call except mby 44. why not bet T btw? Hands like Axd (both SB/BTN) would call and BTN doesn't have lot of flushes (~6c?) But x/c seems fine by default.
  • mbml

    #7

    AA hand vs 50/21 aggro fish on JJ2ssKs:

    I think calling is by far the best play on the Turn. Fishes are bad, and they don't care about stack sizes, even with 1/3 pot left they will still continue with their bluffs.
  • matusko

    #8

    totally agree with mbml on the AA hand
  • serverm07

    #9

    OMG this is the best birthday present ever, how did PS know to release this on my bday? I'm pumped.
  • serverm07

    #10

    Ok feedback:
    I think hand 1 is just taking kind of long and I also wish you would talk more about what range you would continue with by raising/calling+plans for turns and what hand you think is "close" but +EV to call with given what assumptions you guys make or what hud stats or reads you have.

    -Hands taking slightly too long but not super terrible, I just want to learn more haha.
    -Would be nice to hear about roughly what your range would look like in the particular spot and some plans for later streets
    -More stuff on sizing, if you think its correct to split range would be cool if you mention that and why.
    -Overall good video as usual.
    -I think the last KQ hand opened up my eyes a little bit, cus I thought it was a marginal but +EV bet and you suggest check. Would be cool if you mentioned whats your bet/check range is on that board please.
  • Sneijder1091

    #11

    Pls more Internet vids!
  • lnternet

    #12

    #4 matusko, H1 88:
    do you like check/raise/call turn? If he jams all his draws that should be good :)

    We have to bluff sometimes to balance the value raises we got, unless you are very certain he simply doesn't fold enough.

    #6 iambanker, AKo (SB):
    I would 3bet or fold SB there, yes. I don't think having a calling range is impossible, but it is difficult. If you call there preflop your range is fairly transparent along the lines of (AQ+,99-QQ,AJs,KQs) and villain can play very well against that postflop IP on 3 streets.


    #10 Thanks serverm. Last hand KQ on monotone:
    Only bet hands that are value bets, like pair+fd minimum. Bluff with good draws (nut or second nut fd) and then some non-fd, preferably straight draws if possible, offsuit overcards otherwise.

    Check back nut blocker nuts, like top2 flush, top1+top3 flush. Check middle set. Check all med strength hands like KQo and medium fd/medium pair hands. And check pure air give ups.

    Roughly like that.
  • Flowjob

    #13

    a lot of good, clear thoughts - but you should be a lot more clear about some plays and not always say that basically any line is fine just to not be too harsh to your student.
  • S70B56

    #14

    The starting felt like you are on coke :)
  • AggroNitt

    #15

    Nice thoughts. More Internet vds!
  • LemOn36

    #16

    #13 well it' grey area, but in them spots id like more analysis and looking at ranges a bit closer
  • mbml

    #17

    Is this a new video or a re-release?
  • pennyyy

    #18

    Internet ftw
  • EverSteel

    #19

    Hey internet,

    that's a good vid, but in the last hand, how does KQ differ from AK/KJ? Are there reaaly such hands in the shoving range that KQ beat but AK don't?
    He should reasonably only turn into bluff or shove such hands that any Kx beats.
  • lnternet

    #21

    @19
    on the river we represent mostly KJ,AK and Kx 2pair for value. Against that range, he can value shove starting at K8. K8s is very unlikely, but him shoving a split for value is totally possible. So KQ has more equity against his value range than AK.

    Against his bluff range they are all equal, yes.

    In total then KQ should be slightly +EV call and something like KJh should be break even call and something like KsJs should be slightly -EV call.

    You could argue he bluffs with some QJs,QTs hands, so we don't like to bluffcatch with a Q in our hand. But he shouldn't bluff Qx I believe.