Red Line rampage - Printing Money Preflop

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3betting and 4betting more is one of the first thing you can do to increase your red line. w34z3l explains in this video how you can expand your 3bet-ranges IP/OOP , squeezing IP and also how you can adjust to play vs 3bets IP/OOP. After showing the theory our coach will show you the practice in a database of one of our users. Red Line Rampage - the thread

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3bet IP 3bet OOP 4bet Database Review Game Plan HM2 Ranges red line squeezeplay Theory Video

Comments (24)

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  • Svinhugg

    #1

    Another brilliant video. This is just the areas that I need to improve.
  • Crrrrrrr

    #2

    So you make the first video silver and then gold? ='(
  • Prodigy237

    #3

    So disappointed... Posted my Homework #1 and waited all week for the next vid & can only watch the first 4 mins!!!
  • treeonealpha

    #4

    great series... well worth the investment
  • teddypoker

    #5

    @Crrrrrrr, Prodigy237
    This all series was created to be published for Gold status, as a bonus for you we lower the level of the first video to Silver
  • Laci24

    #6

    Thank you for the vid! :) Nice stuff.
  • Saangalo

    #7

    Please don't hate me:

    http://www.pokerstrategy.com/forum/thread.php?postid=1972302#sthash.S0esJ9JG.dpuf

    Anyway the video is awesome I can barely wait to get into my database a little bit deeper!!! ( Watching the video I've already found some pretty bad folds that I did for 3bets '-')
  • ConteCaly

    #8

    beautiful video... a very great work
    ty
  • andreis1985

    #9

    After this vid increased WWSF and now holding red line above zero, distance is only 4k hands though.
    I always thought that my problem is postflop play, but after this vid I realised, that there is so much space for improvements on preflop as well, amazing! Looking forward to see new videos.
  • LuciBlink

    #10

    nice .. do you have something simillar for biger stakes?
  • w34z3l

    #11

    #10 you could check out the later episodes of evolution of poker series if you are interested in game theory
  • w34z3l

    #12

    Thanks for the feedback all
  • allihate

    #13

    nice :)
  • slovi3

    #14

    Really good video just like series! I watched first two and soon I will watch third part with blind efficiency!

    Learned a lot, become more agressive and i can feel the difference on better. I improved a lot with my red line and I can tell that opponents have hard time with me on the tables :D

    Keep up with good videos.
  • buschips

    #15

    Keep up with the good videos. Really like your stuff.
  • silvy187999

    #16

    sorry in english is not my favorit here.
  • pearlamb

    #17

    Aceitando todo tipo de ofensas e indiretas que venham escritas em notas de cem.
  • bbaass

    #18

    Please let me HUD as in this video. Very competent HUD. I really liked, but I did not find it.
  • JackPot11

    #19

    коммент для билета... без обид ;)
  • peethimself

    #20

    Great as usual.
  • mlatasrb

    #21

    Hi, in the beginning you said that OOP A9o is much harder to play because if we have no info on villian's barreling frequencies, and he starts barreling, it is a tough spot for us. I think if you hit Axx with A9o, it is very easy to play. We always have (at least should) have info, if population is agressive with 3 barrels. Since for limits 2-100 NL, population is very value heavy when 3 barreling, then we have easy call flop and turn and call river. If villian is agro, again easy call down. If we have 0 info really, dont care about population reads, we have call down, since it is good blocker. Off course it is still big advantage IP, just wanted to say that it is not tough to play high top pairs OOP on any limit.
  • mlatasrb

    #22

    Regarding your strategy to 3bet IP broadways. The downside of such strategy is that in total you can defend less amount of hands e.g. BU vs CO, because you 3bet hands that can +EV flat CO vs BU. If you would 3bet hands as e.g. 85s and similar that likely cant flat +EV, but you cold call hands as A9o, KJo, QJo, then you obviously defend more hands preflop +EV. Now the question is, are you winning so much more money when 3betting with QJo, KJo, KTo, A9o, comparing to e.g. 85s, 75s, K2-K8s, so that it is more profitable to 3bet broadways and defend less amount of hands preflop vs open raise?
  • mlatasrb

    #23

    You mentioned 41:03 that 4betting SC would be ok because board coverage reasons (doesnt apply for low limits). Why does it apply for higher limits? Anyway such low board as you mentioned 754, occur very rarely, so even if we dont connect with the board, we still have in 4bet range big range advantage, that it doesnt matter if we dont hit low board, since our opponent also doesnt hit it.
  • vikash62004

    #24

    i applied value betting i.e 3 bet or 4 bet preflop to after the flop but i am still losing money in omaha HI.