NL100 Zoom Review with Shevtshenko

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Shevtshenko takes us through a recent NL100 Zoom Session he played on PokerStars

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PokerStars Session Review Zoom

Comments (9)

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  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi All

    Please enjoy Shevtshenko's latest video

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

    #2

    Hi,

    thanks for the video!

    some thoughts:

    -first hand (A3s): I don't really like the explanation of the small Turn raise-size; he plays 54/31 over the first few hands, so I think you should just go for more value instead of "feeling out" if you are beat by one of the very few combos which can be discounted too (I agree) because of his weak sizing.

    - third hand (AQo): I would raise more on the Button with a loose fish in the big blind (2,5-3x). You talk about getting value on Turn+River (I agree with your sizings there) but why not start preflop? :)
  • Tim64

    #3

    Thanks, Shev; lot's of good stuff here. :)
  • Shevtshenko

    #4

    Hey WerPix,

    I could have raised a bit bigger on the turn, you're right. But I don't think that a large raise is best here - our equity vs villain's turn betting range isn't so good that a large raise is the best option. A bit bigger sounds good though :)


    Raising bigger pre is certainly fine.I personally like to raise a wide range on the button in this situation and don't want to vary my raise size.

    Thanks for the feedback guys!
  • Example666

    #5

    Thanks a lot! Very nice vid, the blinds war is very interesting!
  • NeiWu1984

    #6

    Thanks Shev, learnt a lot
  • imperfetto

    #7

    Shevtshenko, liked it, but very few hands on opponents.:)
  • x3mwisp

    #8

    (27:00) i think you can value bet 2 streets. he seems like a recreational player so J9/J8s and AT/KT might call you on blanks + on the turn you get value from some draws if he's a passive fish. River is close. he's repping fullhouse/bluff. Result oriented - you should probly fold, AJ being bottom of your calling range.
  • x3mwisp

    #9

    (31:00) I think with Q:d you're better floating and raise like Q9 with no :d. And on turns that don't improve you - you can still raise. Makes sense to attack turn cause your range doesn't end up being that loose. After the 3bet i think clicking back is best cause it's like bottom of your range.