Back at the tables - with Uri Peleg

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Motivated by a promotion on PokerStars Uri Peleg decided to play a session at 4 tables Nl100 Zoom and share his thought process. He will focus on playing a solid game to show you that at this stakes crazy plays have no place here.

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HM2 live play PokerStars sixtabling Zoom

Comments (12)

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  • JohnyC1337

    #1

    Hi nice vid but I have several questions:

    6:45, AQ hand: would you c/r 6x OTT? As played would you mind c/shoving river with AdQx or some other blockers vs unknown regular or its unnecessary on nl100 and you wouldn´t do it without good reads?

    24:30, 44 hand: A5s+56s = 8 combos, 22+33 = 6 combos so we dont want to stack off... but we have 59% vs this range because only vs straights we have about 34% eq and vs other sets we are HUGE fovorites... so? I woud 3bet top set in this situation because nobody at nl100 will fold weaker sets right OTF.

    27:00, TT hand: I dont understand your bet sizings... its like you are never b/folding turn with huge pot in the middle and only 40 bucks behind... I would go for 2 streets or 3 streets smaller.

    35:25, 68o hand: I dont like turn float+bluff river... I think the majority of players would percieve this like you turned FD and will bluffcatch OTR when draw misses. I dont know how would you play weaker TX, A9 type hands... if you would play it the same then I think its ok. You can also be c/shiped as a bluff because your range is capped. But I think it wont happen a lot @ nl100.

    38:20, QQ hand: You say villain wouldn´t have floats... so why bet with QQ? You have problem only when king hits the board later and you can only get value from worse hands on one street. I would rather cbet TT/JJ which need more protection. You also can bluffcatch one or 2 streets (villain dependent) when you checkback this flop. The only downside I see is when turn comes J/Q and we dont get value from 99/TT/8x and mby we will get bluffed if we are not capable to call T+R.

    49:30, TT hand: rly nice hand, I didn´t expect fold by villain OTR after his turn call... OTT I dotn´t think he is calling worse hands than flushes and mby set of kings? But I would assume he cbets KK OTF. So I thought he will never fold OTR. Btw. KJo/KQo is allso possible for him to have OTT.

    PS: I like this 4 tabling more action vids:) Looking forward to seeing another one. GL & HF
  • tatartom

    #2

    7:30 A4s hand, how do u see his range? imo on Qx, most of his Broadways hits and I do not like ur line cos very few worse hands play c,b,xb

    Ps: I really like your thought process, but most of the videos is too slow, and sometimes long translate simple play. 4tbs zoom is best combination quality of your movies and action.
  • Zatox11

    #3

    Yeah finally an Uri Peleg video again. Hope there will be some more in the future because I really like your playing style and how you explain things.

    However I think that four tables of zoom is a bit too much. Two zoom tables or four regular tables should be optimal for liveplay.
  • sirrybob

    #4

    JohnyC1337:
    6:45, AQ hand: would you c/r 6x OTT? As played would you mind c/shoving river with AdQx or some other blockers vs unknown regular or its unnecessary on nl100 and you wouldn´t do it without good reads?

    Would I checkraise 6x on the turn? Good question. I wouldn't mind raising or calling and probably mix it up a bit based on villain's sizing.
    The smaller he bets the more I take QQ/KK out of his range and raise.

    24:30, 44 hand: A5s+56s = 8 combos, 22+33 = 6 combos so we dont want to stack off... but we have 59% vs this range because only vs straights we have about 34% eq and vs other sets we are HUGE fovorites... so? I woud 3bet top set in this situation because nobody at nl100 will fold weaker sets right OTF.

    Good to know (i didn't equilab it ingame!) but i am worried when you say nobody at 100nl will fold a set on the flop... 22 seems like a super trivial fold here
    and you never know what people fold when they do. But if you are sure then maybe putting in more money is better.

    27:00, TT hand: I dont understand your bet sizings... its like you are never b/folding turn with huge pot in the middle and only 40 bucks behind... I would go for 2 streets or 3 streets smaller.

    The problem is the baord is very connected on the turn. Going too small gives villain odds to call with his entire range. So I think shoving is ok
    and this size is ok. And whether I am never betfolding... trust me I am ;)

    35:25, 68o hand: I dont like turn float+bluff river... I think the majority of players would percieve this like you turned FD and will bluffcatch OTR when draw misses. I dont know how would you play weaker TX, A9 type hands... if you would play it the same then I think its ok. You can also be c/shiped as a bluff because your range is capped. But I think it wont happen a lot @ nl100.

    You may be right. To be honest I would mostly bet backdoor flushdraws on the flop, and I would play hands like 93s,35s,55,44,A2 like this for value
    even if I don't slowplay Tx, so I think my range is overall going to be fine here.

    38:20, QQ hand: You say villain wouldn´t have floats... so why bet with QQ? You have problem only when king hits the board later and you can only get value from worse hands on one street. I would rather cbet TT/JJ which need more protection. You also can bluffcatch one or 2 streets (villain dependent) when you checkback this flop. The only downside I see is when turn comes J/Q and we dont get value from 99/TT/8x and mby we will get bluffed if we are not capable to call T+R.

    Yeah I agree, bet here with QQ seems bad.

    tatartom:
    7:30 A4s hand, how do u see his range? imo on Qx, most of his Broadways hits and I do not like ur line cos very few worse hands play c,b,xb

    I would guess people will call on the flop with hands like A3s,A5s,KJ with a club,JT/T9/KT with diamonds, KTo with a club and JTo with a club if they have those. So villain should have plenty of hands to bluff with. He also
    has all flushdraws! Look at villain's betsize and I think you would have to make some pretty strong assumptions about his range to find a turn fold.
  • Diorama

    #5

    I like ur accent, lol
  • lreedul123

    #6

    nice video
  • MiStrZZZPupil

    #7

    One of the best vids so far. Gonna watch more of these vids for sure!
    Thank you!
  • Barbosafred

    #8

    boas pessoal
  • alendelon911

    #9

    good
  • guenni187

    #10

    only Black and in english no sorry not for me.
  • NUBKA

    #11

    cool
  • Andrew29

    #12

    по буржуйски да еще и статуса не хватает((