Playing Suited Connectors

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Description

Splitsuit dives into some Suited Connector hands and ways in which we can play these often trickey hands

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Comments (21)

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  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi guys, please enjoy the latest video from Splitsuit

    Any questins or comments please leave below
  • MoneyStef

    #2

    Great video. I really like the way you explain the reasoning in detail and with math. Also the way you connect the decisions on all streets, explaining way it is a bad play preflop, because it will get you into trouble on the flop or turn. Hope to see more videos like this!

    Question: I think the 65s squeeze in the big blind (around 23:00) is a very bad play, because open raiser is not fullstacked and probably fishy, so I expect to be called quite a lot. Do you agree, or do you like the squeeze? Is the best play to just fold?
  • ruuuic

    #3

    loved the reasoning, ty
  • SplitSuit

    #4

    Thank you guys =) I think the squeeze could go either way...I could like it with info but without info I think it's a little optimistic.
  • chrisal

    #5

    n1
  • NinoSoldado

    #6

    Great video!!
  • SplitSuit

    #7

    thanks Nino and Chrisal!
  • chrsbckr75

    #8

    brilliant
  • kacsa1st

    #9

    good job!

    waiting 4 other ones ;)
  • retic

    #10

    great 1 !
  • SplitSuit

    #11

    Thanks chrs, kacs, and retic =) There should be another video released soon, so keep an eye out for it!
  • bencb

    #12

    Can you tell me where i can download the Fold Equity Calculator ?
  • pforce1

    #13

    Enjoyed your thought process a lot, thanks for this! Conclusions for me: the math aspect in such situations has to be second nature. Any resources you would recommend?
  • SplitSuit

    #14

    bencb: I use this one: http://www.fpppro.com/fecalc/index.php
  • SplitSuit

    #15

    pforce: check out Qtips book called "Poker Math That Matters", it breaks down poker math in an awesome way.
  • fmobil

    #16

    Great vid SplitSuit, thx :)
  • SplitSuit

    #17

    you are very welcome fmobil!
  • x3mwisp

    #18

    Hi. The 34s hand on the turn "17:55" risk/(risk+reward)=66% this means that we should be good at least 66% or that he should be folding 33% of the time for us to be profitable. Am I right?
  • x3mwisp

    #19

    I meant continue - Yes you're right - he should fold at least 66%. Ignore my comment :)
  • x3mwisp

    #20

    By the way very good video. When I was learning this concepts - there weren't videos like this that explain all that well. Especially I like the fact that you explain we should be thinking about all the options and how to estimate them.
  • SplitSuit

    #21

    @x3mwisp: thank you. I think everyone should work to explore more options than just the "default line" in an effort to find more ways to exploit players =)