w34z3l's Academy - Squeezing

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Description

In his newest Poker Academy video, w34z3l answers the three most important questions regarding squeezing: why should you use this play, when to do it and what ranges to select. Dedicated forum thread here

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IP Notes oop poker academy Position Power Equilab Ranges squeezeplay strategy Theory Video w34z3l

Comments (13)

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  • IvicaIliev77

    #1

    Thanks for Power Equilab presentation - video was nice too :)
  • lolMK

    #2

    Ty academy , nice
  • Zenetti

    #3

    dear weazel
    thank u for the solid stuff, but
    i am not able to find the mentioned thread in the forum, please put a link
  • rangeer

    #4

    Is this newest Power Equilab downloadable for free, or is it commercial product? It looks very good, so does the video. Thanks
  • w34z3l

    #5

    #3 link should be above the comments somewhere
  • w34z3l

    #6

    #4 power equilab is commercial, but there is a free version of equilab with less features. You can find them under the tools sections here at pokerstrategy.
  • LemOn36

    #7

    great one thanks
    had no idea that tab even was in power equilab :)
  • elo3200

    #8

    Great video!
    Almost everything seems clear after watching it. I have a question though. You said about squeezing oop with low fold equity preflop that we should avoid squeezing hands such as KJo (high equity hands with low flush and straight potential). Lets imagine you are the BB against MP: 46/26 fish and BU: 50/7 fish. Both have fold to 3bet around 20%. Lets assume their fold to cbet is around 40%. How do you approach such situation? Should we tend towards squeezing polarized? What if we are 70bb or 50bb deep?
    I understand that playing against recreational players is a wide topic, but i feel you could discuss it just a little bit more in your video.
  • kingbencool

    #9

    nice vid! thx
  • ma1abar

    #10

    ty
    had no idea that tab even was in power equilab
  • w34z3l

    #11

    @elo3200 - Assuming we have opponents who simply don't fold preflop OR postflop then we usually have a pretty decent argument for simply squeezing a merged value-range and avoiding any speculative hands. So polarizing is something we frequently do against regs but doesn't always make sense vs fish.
  • mattyvx

    #12

    snowie seems to overcall super nitty compared to this?
  • ConteCaly

    #13

    great video... ty