Introducing Stasia42

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Stasia42 is introducing himself and talking briefly about various topics, such as zoom vs normal tables, Linear vs Polarized ranges and finishing with an interesting hand on NL500.

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Comments (21)

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  • darkonebg

    #1

    Enjoy this introduction video and leave your questions in the comments below!
  • Stasia4242

    #2

    Hey Guys,

    Video is aimed for players without basic Theoretical Poker Knowledge, let me know what you think and if this Vid had helped!

    Available here for any question or comment...
  • dan1802

    #3

    nice video,
    but why are you against run it twice?
    other coaches told me its good to keep the variance lower.
  • AggroNitt

    #4

    Nice Vid!
    Whats ment by montenegro Crew??
  • NijeVaznoKoSam

    #5

    This vid is awesome! finally I could understand what it mean to have a polarised range. thanks for it!
    Your explanations are really good and meet the exact point. Can't wait for next ...
  • Stasia4242

    #6

    #Dan,

    I think people play differently VS me Pre-Flop because I run it once + you want to reduce variance if you are not properly rolled for the stake, so better solution would be going down the stakes and climb back better, fitter, more productive :P
  • Stasia4242

    #7

    #Agrro - Pro players from MonteNegro that study poker through PokerSnowie software, that tries to play GTO, and make very weird moves + sizings...
  • Stasia4242

    #8

    #Nije - Boom!! Hear that @darkonebg,

    Let me do beginners Vids plspslpslpslsplps :}
  • ssiversen

    #9

    Brilliant video!
    Lots of highly usable info. In your opinion Stasia, at what stakes should you start applying a polarized 3bet range? I thinking a polarized 3bet range may not be relevant in the micro NL 6man zooms?
  • ArtySmokes

    #10

    Nice video. I'm looking forward to more like this.
  • KingKas

    #11

    From now on I only play naked. I'm naked right now.
  • Stasia4242

    #12

    #SS - tx man!

    Generally speaking, Polarized ranges should be applied VS specific opponent types, without any regards to stakes (IMO)...

    VS weak players, that tend to call too much, thus giving you sufficient value for your strong hands, no need to play aggressively with weak / speculative holdings.

    What you can do VS those players os to expand your linear range, for example if your opponent opens too much from EP and does not fold to 3bet, rather than 3betting him with 42s, you should 3 bet him with KTo, A9o etc.

    The only player types you should use Polarized ranges are good thinking players (exist in each and every stake) that think about what hand u might have, and versus easy-to-fold-to-3bet players, where SC are optimal because of their rare frequency, giving you good bluuf-ratio, not too much, not too little.
  • Stasia4242

    #13

    # smokes - more are coming!

    # King - naked is the BoMb, who needs these clothes anywayzz
  • redrawstump

    #14

    http://m.youtube.com/?#/watch?v=1bGh3Am0iXk
    ^these guys need to watch yr vid
  • Michaelph23

    #15

    Nice video Stas. First time I hear from someone that folding KK is best.
  • Jeroboam

    #16

    Toda Raba!
    Nice presentation of the 2 types of game.
    Also +1 to your thinking process: Range reading, decision
    Hope watch your videos soon
  • Liquor1

    #17

    nice vid, thanks!
  • Jevons

    #18

    Love it! Can you tell us more about yourself? What do you do to become such a good player? Are you grinding up from the micro stake? What are the important factor to help you improve, and so on. Like to hear more about you. Thanks a lot!
  • Stasia4242

    #19

    @michaelph - KK is the NUTZ :P

    @Jero - BeKeF! :}

    @Liquor - Thank U

    @Jevo - Read a LOT of Theory, grinded 200nl, Thinking about RANGES mmm :]
  • JackJarbas

    #20

    Nice video. I liked the comparison with the zoom tables.
  • Stasia4242

    #21

    @Jack - Zoommmmming >> Being Normal (Tables)
    :P