Midstakes Madness - Live on NL200 Zoom

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Join the midstakes fun with Lackoo as your guide - his special webinar will this time focus on live play on midstakes zoom tables and all the hard spots that can come out of it.

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Comments (12)

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  • nguyenduccuong230690

    #1

    xem rồi
  • WillSagui

    #2

    Good!!!
  • tetalima

    #3

    very good :)
  • grindertico

    #5

    Hi Lacko sorry about my english im from costarica.
    At the minute 5:43 you have 66 at CO there is a recreational player at the big bling and you or,
    then at the flop qqk yo dicide to check behind, i dont understand a lot theat check behind because
    you can protect a lot of times your hand without giving free equity of 7,8,9,t,j,A that is a LOT of equity
    for 2 streets ( because if you are bluffcathching) 1 street you have to give a free turn and a free river), so i think, oh! probably he is checking that hand because he want to bluffcather 1 street
    but you fold that hand!! why???
  • Lackoogcb

    #6

    Hey grindertico!

    Against recreational players cbetting half pot almost always fine. When he has a high fold to cbet stat then you definiately have to bet, but in this case I just dont know that if he folds a lot or not. On KQxs flop I don't like betting withouth equity, he will call any gutshot (AT, J9, T9) any flush draw, any straightdraw, any pair and I cannot really improve, so I choosed to check. I'd agree bluffcatching once on a safe turn, but on a jack I just don't think I can call, specially twice.
  • grindertico

    #7

    ok thanks :)
  • 27os

    #8

    hi lacko,

    hope u still in here.

    at 43:39 u shove TT in SB over the cold4bet from BB, whats ur range and whats u think his looks like? u only have a valuerange for shoving?
  • Lackoogcb

    #9

    hey 27os!

    I don't have a big sample and information about him to create a precise shoving range, but in general (based on population tendencies and personal experiens) I assume an avg reg at 200 would bluff 4b something like: AQo, AJ, KQ, KJs, some of them do it too often (all Axs, all broadways), some of them too rarely. And for value: TT+, AQs+, so I think considering my FE TT is a clear shove. I'd probably shove 99+, AQ+. I'd agree with flatting 4bet with TT and using a mix strategy, flatting JJ, AQ, some scs and sometimes aces too.
  • JackPot11

    #10

    Хорош!!!
  • kacsa1st

    #11

    cool vid :)
  • Tightfold

    #12

    in 17:45 i think you missed a lot of value on the river. he almost never has better