Trouble Spot Analysis: Attacking the Flop

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Skodlijivec continues his trouble spot analysis series with a look at attacking the flop

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  • acerbikas

    #1

    3JT8 hand:

    MMkay, if we are to follow the advice of doing the same when we do hold the nuts, are you raising the monotone flop when you have it? It might even look more bluffy to raise OTF than OTT, so when you do bet your 3pair, if you get called, you may have a rather annoying turn/river decision.
  • coldchurch

    #2

    Nice vid, Skoddy!
  • MrTrocks

    #3

    min 5 we flopped middle pair not top pair :-)
  • dude1990

    #4

    One of the best videos until know, with a lot of routine and very good explanations
  • Skodljivec

    #5

    #1 you don't get called there that often, and when you do you can decide to either barrel or just give up. When a fish calls giving up is fine. You can also c/r turn. You can experiment on the lines for sure there.

    #3 i'm deeply sorry for that mistake :):)

    Thanks for the feedback guys!
  • Anarkii14

    #6

    thx very much, very good vid. I have to start to using it. :)
  • LagFM

    #7

    Hi Skod,
    at 16:00, you're trying to guess the equity we have.

    I checked to make sure with Equilab:
    with our hand on this board, against AAxx, we are at 36% equity. So slightly higher than you would have thought.

    Great videos :)

    So I guess this semi-bluff is then even more interesting.
  • avivstars

    #8

    Great vid
    tnx
  • MrTrocks

    #9

    min 37 would u bet turn if villian calls?

    very nice vid btw
  • MrTrocks

    #10

    sry min 27
  • MrTrocks

    #11

    fuuuu min 22 lol the JT38 hand on 3TJsss sorry for they wrong comments
  • Mack0

    #12

    min 23, JT38 hand:
    1. Would you consider this a good x/r spot if you didn't have two pair or a set?
    2. Would you barrel any cards on the turn besides J or T?
  • Mack0

    #13

    3. Could you elaborate (probably in some of your next videos) on choosing the right sizing for your bluff/semibluff raise? In the beginning of the movie you suggested raising about 3x and in some of your examples you decided to raise for pot. I"m wondering about your thinking process and what factors you take into account when choosing your sizing when bluffraising.