Action Session at NL100

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Our coach hizintak presents another NL100 video, where he played on 4 tables facing many interesting decisions. Don't forget to check other hizintak's productions


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  • darkonebg


    Enjoy this video from hizintak!

    If you have any questions - don't hesitate to ask them here!
  • GingerKid


    Not much action besides stealing blinds. I like more zoom videos.
  • GingerKid


    Also for a very few interesting hands you had, you didnt explain your decision much.
  • bingedrinker


    is it the redzill4 from highstakes back in the day?
  • LemOn36


    Finally a non-zoom video, I like!
  • LemOn36


    You barrel 81% pot on the river on river King against a reg. What's your thought process behind this.
    do you use the size with all made hands (including TT etc.) as well?
  • LemOn36


    again not you opt to 156% overbet
    - how do you choose these sizings with your range
    When there's a range asymmetry and you should have a range advantage and he is pretty capped do you overbet everything vs this reg in that spot or do you just exploitively target his range, vbet regular size with say KJ and overbet a bluff like that in the same spot, I assume first time for the first time vs him?
  • LemOn36


    4:47 "here I think bottom of our range, we can bluff"
    By that you mean you can bet 100% your air right on the AJXs when you bet UTG.
    Again why choose 80% cbet size, and do you do it with all your hands?
  • LemOn36


    9:38 you open 44 under the gun
    you got like really nitty tables now as Ginger kid pointed out you just steal blinds most of the time.

    How do you feel about the idea of making PF sizes smaller on such tables (and opening range even wider) even 2.5x or less UTG- is that a good idea or do you keep 3xing because they fold too much to that and you print money and don't want to make it smaller and make em notice even more?
  • LemOn36


    wow now you cbet 50% vs a reg

    there's a lot of shenanigans with sizings in your game, even vs regs I'd really like you to elaborate on that or even make a separate vid
  • LemOn36


    Ive seen Uri now you say ATo is a standard open UTG
    why is that I prefer all AXs and 78s+ over that hand
  • LemOn36


    lol and now you 2.17X QQ UTG with nits what are this really :)
  • LemOn36


    28:45 you say the 9279 turn is not a great barrel card for him
    I mean I don't think you call T9s or A9s pre when a nit 3bets you right?
    So he should have a lot more AA KK in his range and this should be a pretty good close eyes 3 barrel with good blockers like KQ for him no?
  • LemOn36


    37:33 pretty sure he had TT bro with the flop sizing and all :P

    Anyway thanks alot for the video and if you find time to answer questions - sorry for spam. I very much disagree with GingerKid, there's abundance of 6max NLHEzoom videos on literally all training sites now so please stay away from zoom. You seem to have an exploitive style with the sizings etc so it's more suitable for this.

    I'd love to see you play NL50 or NL100 deep tables next, didn't mind at all when you started tables and played HU with regs either. Thanks
  • hizintak


    Thank you for all comments and questions:)
    The 96 hand I think we have a very big range advantage by the river so we should bet all of our range pretty big, I would though if I have a read on somebody choose a more exploitive sizing with diffrent parts of my range. That being said it's not out of the question that I have sizing leaks myself :(
    87s hand again I think we have a range advantage so we should choose a bigger sizing, and I don't cbet all of my air there, but I think hand has just about enough equity to bet.
    Regarding opening sizings I think I've said it in previous videos but if I didn't I'm sorry, I just vary sizing based on table composition, so if I have a short stack to act behind me my opening size will be smaller. If we want to open wider for whatever reason it seems like a good decision to make it with a smaller size.
    QQ hand I think we have a narrow range to begin with, especialy if we sometimes 4b QQ+,AK, and bluffs, and we don't have that many 9x combos, but they are still a bigger part of our range than his. I think also assuming a nit has KQ there or just closes his eyes and triples it idk how good of an assumption that is. That being said I'm very unsure of the way I played this hand, I guess though this will often be the case when playing a bluffcatcher :(
  • waldemarovic


    Very good video.. Thany you. God luck