200NL Zoom Live Session with Oblioo

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Our Diamond Coach Oblioo takes to the NL200 Zoom tables on Pokerstars explaining his thought process as he plays.

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Comments (19)

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  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi Everyone

    Please enjoy the latest live offering from our Diamond NL Coach Oblioo

    If you have any questions or comments for Dustin please leave them below
  • DrDunne

    #6

    that Q8s hand at the beginning where you checkraise and barrel off you say "on this runout we can shove". what is it about the runout that makes you want to shove? it's not like any overcards to the flop came out or any scarecards for his Tx hands. what runout would you not want to shove on? because all i see is a blank turn and blank river :D ty
  • oblioo

    #7

    #6: What I meant is that I believe with this hand we can be shoving on most runouts, however I'd likely give up if the board paired because it reduces nut combos in our range.

    Let's say we take this line for value with 22, 77, TT, T7s, and AA. That's 18 combos, so we should probably have about 10 bluff combos in our river shoving range, and the bluffs that we're generally going to be getting here with are gonna be non-SDV FDs (without two overs), i.e. Qxhh and Jxhh, in addition to the occasional QJss, KJss, etc.. I think we can prob include Q8hh as one of those 10 combos, especially since I'm folding J6s- and Q5s- preflop without reads.
  • TancoKK

    #8

    #2: from where did you take that picture?
  • learnfriend

    #9

    imo, sample under 500k hands are ...meh
  • Loruk

    #10

    can you explain your hud?
  • pleno1

    #11

    I really liked the video and Oblioo is a boss, however if you ever quickfold q7o on the button again, Im going to open a can of whoop ass on you!

    Ha, just kidding great video, I liked all thought processes.
  • w34z3l

    #12

    Thanks, enjoyed the comments about timing tells.

    At around 20:10 mins with the J5s --> You say you lead flop but looks like you actually raised vs min-lead. Was this intentional?
  • oblioo

    #13

    #10: I discussed most relevant stats when they came up and I think I've discussed it in a previous vid; I have all kinds of stuff in there like floating stats, fold to raise by street, etc.. PM me if you want more specifics.

    #11: thanks :P

    #12: Oops apparently I forgot the action from 2 seconds before ha sorry. Yes I still like my raise--the min-lead looks weak and we have backdoor equity.
  • instaflip

    #14

    great video dustin. liked it very much as always. power pokerrr =)
  • TBoombastic

    #15

    Nice Video Dustin. I like your Card layout. Where did you get this?
  • oblioo

    #16

    #14: :)

    #15: It's all part of the Pokerstars software; I'm not using any mods. This deck was certainly new since the last time I logged in though.
  • double2

    #17

    Great video,

    min 7, Qh8h hand, what is your cbeting range on this board, give or take?
  • oblioo

    #18

    #17: Thanks, good question. Readless, I expect most players to bet this board when checked to the majority of the time, so I don't like to have a super wide cbetting range. That said, some players will check back some 7x and A-high hands sometimes, so my value cbetting range may look something like: T8 to KT (I'd prob c/c with AT) and JJ-KK. Then we can throw in air hands that are not quite strong enough to c/r or c/c with, like Q8 with one heart, and other stuff with backdoor equity and blockers (for example Q8 blocks QT, Q7s, T8s, and 87s).
  • double2

    #19

    #18
    Regarding same hand, are you planning to ship vs a 3bet with those kind of hands you're c/raising, like this one, Qh8h? Subsequent question, do you have a c/r/f range?
  • oblioo

    #20

    #19: People will not usually 3bet flops, especially in position. If it does happen though, I would just call with most of my continuing range unless I had specific reads that made me want to 4bet.

    And yes I have a c/r/f range--I might c/r KJ with one heart sometimes, which I'd fold to a 3bet, and some suited spades air.
  • double2

    #21

    #20

    What I notice when I go for c/r flop in these kind of spots is that I'm getting called flop and re-raised shiped on blank turns which really sucks.

    Example:

    Poker Stars, $0.50/$1 No Limit Hold'em Cash, 3 Players
    Poker Tools Powered By Holdem Manager - The Ultimate Poker Software Suite.

    BB: $214.82 (214.8 bb)
    BTN: $126.89 (126.9 bb)
    Hero (SB): $104.25 (104.3 bb)

    Preflop: Hero is SB with Kc 4c
    BTN folds, Hero raises to $3, BB calls $2

    Flop: ($6) 9c 3c 8d (2 players)
    Hero checks, BB bets $4, Hero raises to $12, BB calls $8

    Turn: ($30) 5h (2 players)
    Hero bets $24, BB raises to $95
  • clawindsouza

    #22

    In the 5c4c hand in the beginning you said that you plan whether to make it a 2 street hand or a 3 street hand.

    What would you flop bet sizing be if you had AA there? Also with 5h4h. I'm guessing with AhKs you'd play the same way as above right?
  • oblioo

    #23

    #22: With AA, I'd go for 3 streets if I had the ace of hearts, and 2 streets if I didn't. 54hh and AhKs yes, same way as above.