Crushing NL200 Zoom With ilares (7)

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Our coach is showing you how to be "crushing" NL200 Zoom. Enjoy the live action!

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  • IvicaIliev77

    #4

    QJ hand, ubet turn:
    Can you give complete range vs range analysis in this spot with reason why ubet is +EV?
    I don't like it as much because you said that you are calling vs xshove turn expecting NUTFD of a sort. What about hands that crush you such as 65s 76s 86s A6s JJ+. There is far more combos of hands that own you in that spot facing xshove vs hands that you actually beat. Finally, I feel that when you look at your complete defend BTN to 3bet range in this spot, you are practically forcing yourself to turn strong showdown value hand into the bluff by doing that.
    Just my 2 cents - would love to hear your take on it.
  • ilares

    #5

    @4: which moment in the video please?
  • adrenalinua

    #6

    Sunday Sessions HEROoooo
  • IvicaIliev77

    #7

    @5: 0:51 time. I can't watch whole video just 4 minutes of it due to bronze status restriction.
    Look forward to your range break down in that spot.
  • GingerKid

    #8

    3:00 JQ hand, I like flop size and call, turn i would play similar size and call, river I think it is a huge overplay. You put villain on Jx range, so if it is really so you have value shove, but somehow the range is unrealistic, it should also contain some of the JJ, QQ+ value hands and if it does, you don't have value. The line is totally non standard, so it is very hard to put villain on range, which is why I would tend to bet smaller on river so that you have value bet vs different range assumptions and not only vs one specific which contains only weak hands.
  • GingerKid

    #9

    3:00 JQ hand, I like flop size and call, turn i would play similar size and call, river I think it is a huge overplay. You put villain on Jx range, so if it is really so you have value shove, but somehow the range is unrealistic, it should also contain some of the JJ, QQ+ value hands and if it does, you don't have value. The line is totally non standard, so it is very hard to put villain on range, which is why I would tend to bet smaller on river so that you have value bet vs different range assumptions and not only vs one specific which contains only weak hands.
  • ilares

    #10

    @1: yes we can check turn our QJ, but i don't want to give a free card to a flush draw that did'nt shove turn, i want him to believe he has some FE on me, on he can shove his flush draw
    we lose vs 65s 76s 86s A6s JJ+ anyway that will bet on some river, maybe less, but note the fact that this hands will probably bet on the turn
    i don't transform my hand into a bluff here
    but you are right, checking turn is fine, i have enough strong hands in my range to defend
  • ilares

    #11

    @8: yes it's quite thin on the river, but i don't expect KK,AA to play like this, he has some traps, but yeah we can check behind or b/f a tiny amount