W34z3l's Walkthrough Graduation - Live Zoom Session

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $10
  • Shorthanded
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In the last part of his walkthrough series w34z3l is going to put the theory into practice with a two table zoom session on NL10 at PokerStars.

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Comments (16)

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  • darkonebg

    #1

    Enjoy this video!
  • andiofwbafc

    #2

    Looking forward to watching this as usual :-)

    Shame it as come to an end.

    Thanks so much for improving my game Weazel !!!
  • redrawstump

    #3

    I think I missed the episode of your series where you learn to run better than God. Was that one of the gold ones? ;)

    P.S. I think you missed that you river a pair table 2 @39:00

    Big ups for the series btw, really enjoyed it, v. grateful you took the time.
  • LeonMar

    #4

    This is by far the best series of videos for micros I've seen since I joined this school. I really apreciate the effort. The way in which you organized the contents and the clarity of your explanations make every video extremely useful for those trying to learn and improve. Thank you so much, Weasel
  • kingreigns

    #5

    as far as cold calling from the blinds go,what is a good rough percentage?or whats the average gap between vpip and pfr from the blinds?
  • Goehri1991

    #6

    no 3b/ft3b stats in your HUD?
  • fortunewheel

    #7

    why are u playing 10 nl???? just play 25 nl. 10 nl is ridiculous for a ton of reasons
  • Smertvich

    #8

    Liked this vod much!
    Noticed you don't balance your open sizes from any positions. 3 bb with stronger hands, less with weaker. From what limits such balance would matter?
  • aafrancis

    #9

    very good video!
  • Laci24

    #10

    Thank you for the video!
  • 1ubermensch

    #11

    At 6:29 you are dealt AcQh. CO opens to 5x, you call in the button, and the BB call. The flop comes 6h 10d Ah. BB checks, CO checks and you raise for 2/3 of the pot. BB calls and the CO folds. The 10h cames on the turn. BB checks and you again raise 2/3. I'm wondering what would you do if he reraises you? Wouldn't the best play be check, because he could have hit the flush (something like Jh9h or 8h9h) and he wouldn't fold AK anyhow?

    Some other thing I was wondering: I watch a video of you playing zoom (wich was great by the way), and you made a lot of pot control with small CB with backdoor flushes and straights, and in this video you simple keep on Cbetting 2/3 the pot, not mixing it any time. Why would you do that?
  • Yoshimitsu77

    #12

    great vid
  • J4bb3rW0cky

    #13

    great 4mins, shame it cut off, lol
  • WhiteWalker

    #14

    Just got silver, shall be ramping through this. Mainly for the theory but I've heard good things.
  • mattyvx

    #15

    19:00 table 1 we bet 80% when we turn our hand into bluff on 4 flush, it's unlikely the guy has an ace (bet's flop), unlikely has a jack (bets turn) so whilst from a theory point of view we might want a big betsizing as we are polorized he's never calling without a heart there so do you think we can half pot bluff to fold 22/77/88 or whatever he's folding?
  • modeob

    #16

    I have view al series in a week, its awesome all kind of stuff that i learned!!! Iam from spanish comunity iam gratefull to visit this section!! Thanks a lot w34az3ls !!