Continuing Speeding with Shevtshenko

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Description

Shevtshenko continues his NL100 Speed Review on Ipoker sharing his thought process.

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Comments (11)

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  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi Guys

    Please enjoy the latest video from Shevtshenko

    If you have any questions or comments for the coach please leave them below
  • Shevtshenko

    #2

    In case you hadn't noticed, my private coaching thread is up.

    http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?threadid=269130

    I hope you enjoy the video!
  • gadget51

    #3

    don't know if it would work for everyone, but I hovered the HD icon, changed it to 1080p and the quality was a lot better.
  • jachis

    #4

    Changed to 1080p and quality is good.

    I feel like you could go a little bit faster , but I really like how you go over all options and explain which and why is the best.

    Keep these vids coming!
  • jachis

    #5

    I cannot fond the hand where you were in the blinds, defended K7o and donked out on something like 964r.

    Do you use a donking range in your games?

    Lately im experimenting with this and it seems like it works very well. I try to donk out hands with quite a little equity and non SD value.

    Also what do you think about a line when defending blinds to ch/c Flop and Donk turn when improved some equity?
  • Shevtshenko

    #6

    @jachis

    I'll try to be a bit faster next time but not going to promise anything, since I want to get everything said rather than try to go faster and then miss something that makes a difference.

    Yes, I use donking ranges, especially multiway I think it's necessary to not always check to the raiser.

    There are some spots where c/c, donk is the best line but personally I find that pretty hard to balance in most spots. Usually my range for taking that line is pretty narrow, hence I don't like it too much. Also, it sucks to donk turn with strong draws, since the times you get raised it sucks hard.

    Actually talked with pleno1 regarding this during the weekend and he uses it way more than I do. It would take me a decent amount of work to include that into my ranges and remain balanced, so it's not exactly on the top of my list in things to improve on.
  • Arara

    #7

    Nice vid, since I am playing Speed on 770 at lower limits. :-)
    For the quiz; Even though it is unlikey, I am placing my bet for villains hand on A5. (Yours was AA)
  • millionaire

    #8

    The video is pretty good but could you please stop playing around with your pokerchips in front of the microphone in future? Cheers ;)
  • millionaire

    #9

    the
  • Shevtshenko

    #10

    @millionaire

    First of all, are you a millionaire because of poker? If so, i'm going to put this comment into my cv :D

    It'll be tough to not touch the colorful chip stack when making videos but I'll promise to try hard.

    Just recorded a video, and I think I did a decent job regarding not shuffling the chips too much. Only a few shuffles and random chip drops to be expected.
  • mlatasrb

    #11

    I usually don't like to criticize, I liked your comments, but I stoped watching the video after 13 min because you talk so slow. I know that you wanted to explain everything in detail as you said, but imo, you big % of your talk is e.g. turn is K of diamond, I have 2 pairs now and he is betting big (we see all of that ourselfs so no need to say it imo). Probably I am too unpatient, and the video is Gold so I didnt learn anything new within those min. Will you be making some platinum or diamond videos in ipoker? I hoped you dont my comment personal, just wanted to give a feedback, so hope it helps you to improve your videos.