No Limit Beginner Course - Introduction into Post-flop Play (2)

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In the second lesson of The No Limit Beginners Course, Confidant91 presents following topics: hands strength on the flop, how to play different hands and special rules that apply on these stakes. At the end of the lesson he puts theory into practice by playing 2 tables at NL2 Zoom poker on PokerStars.Dedicated forum thread: No Limit Beginners course with confidant91

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Comments (17)

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  • Tredix

    #5

    A simple and solid game is enough to crush the lowest stakes and move up! Nice play dude. Thanks for this video. Very nice.
  • necroholic

    #7

    thanks
  • edwinplaya

    #11

    Ok
  • Nyamsaa

    #12

    ok
  • danyclub80

    #13

    thanks
  • simson500

    #16

    Great stuff, I have been watching such a beginners course for the first time and I like it. Its not just theory, but it is also put into practice.
  • arjenbdl

    #17

    Very good course for beginners. looking forward for the next coachings.
  • MrBaikal

    #21

    Very good for beginners, maybe next time 4 tables - more action
  • Tedinka91

    #23

    ок
  • Zugwat

    #25

    A simple and solid game is enough to crush the lowest stakes and move up! Nice play dude. Thanks for this video. Very nice.
  • FlyingDutchm1n

    #27

    Hi Confidant91! Could you please elaborate on the hand around the 58:47 mark? In the ensuing discussion, you say you should call there but I would never call there. Could you please tell me why this 2 pair is a call with only 4 outs if we are up against a flush? Villain completes SB preflop, then donks 2bb OOP then calls on two-tone flop, then check-instaraises you all in? Why would you say afterwards you should call there, especially if you did actually NOT call there in the video when you had the choice? Confusing to me. Thanks for answering
  • Stojan24

    #28

    Hi Confidant91 and thanks for great coaching!

    I have one question regarding pre flop action on the second table (38:25 min). You had A9o on the BT. MP2 limped and you raised 4BB+one big blind for the limper. As per 1. lesson this is green hand and rule for the green hand says:

    You don't play these hands anymore when a player has joined the hand with a limp before it was your turn.

    Please advice if this hand should be raised PF or no. It might be that I didn't understand properly pre flop actions.

    Thanks!
  • royalfx

    #29

    one of the most important parts of game.
  • svonja

    #30

    A simple and solid game is enough to crush the lowest stakes and move up! Nice play dude. Thanks for this video. Very nice.
  • confidant91

    #31

    hey guys, glad that u like the course so far. If u have any questions pleas post them into feedback thread of the coachign since i am checking that thread everyday so u will get faster response.

    FlyingDutchm1n: that hand is pretty close, since we are getting really good odss i dont mid even a call versus some fds or he can turn some third pairs into bluff whatever. Hovewer i got little bit confused during that situation because i would usually not bet the turn but i wanted to follow our beginner strategy completely so i bet there and got into weird situation. Thouse spots would happen time to time since when i grind by myself i would take soem more advanced lines sicne beginer course is ery simple strategy which is fine for micros but would not work on higher stakes so tiem to time it is hard for me to switch from my normal game to beginner one so sorry for making u confused.

    Stojan24: As i already mentioned is that my normal game is little bit different to what i teach in this course since i play differrent stakes.

    Ocassionaly u wil se those thigns in game such as min raising btn which happens to me quite often and it is because those plays are completely unconcious for me so if i dont pay full attention during the coaching on game, for example when i r to explain some question from chat my game can get little bit different to what we try to teach. If u are a beginner u can just simply follow are hand chart and fold since u are right and it is in green range, hovewer as we get into some later coachigns u will se that we can iso raise pretty wide range, but u need some experience for that.
  • BRYANHN

    #32

    I have been watching such a beginners course for the first time and I like it. Its not just theory
  • kerith

    #33

    I love the practical part, so informative to hear the thought process