RukovGrind @ Bankroll Challenge - Observe & Study Your Opponents

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $2 - $10
  • Shorthanded
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Description

This is the last part of the reading & exploiting your opponents series, but this isn't the last video by Kris! The mystery hand is there for you as usual, try to guess it. Good luck!

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bankroll challenge brm challenge exploit get rich or die tryin' grind hand history review Ranges read review rukov

Comments (21)

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  • boardwaydraws

    #1

    Hope i will get a good rewardd
  • deligiozov

    #2

    Nice video
  • Endurx

    #4

    cool video, but this samples are to low, to do what you did in few hands
  • 88Aleksov88

    #5

    Cool video
  • raklica

    #6

    is very nice video i think. I wish happy dey all player. :)
  • VeniVenito

    #7

    Very very nice...
  • Maufajunck

    #8

    Nice vídeo
  • Froopmania18

    #9

    Very nice video!
  • DorinaRaiseGirl

    #10

    very nice video
  • lolosajan

    #11

    nice work!
  • la55i

    #12

    Didn't have to pee even if there were some flowing water noises :)
  • veganstyle

    #13

    I liked the video;D About zoom or regular tables dilema, I don´t know why but I do play a lot worse at zoom tables (if that´s possible haha) get bored and distracted very quickly compared to regular tables.. and they say that the fish behaves kind of less fishy at zoom..now that I´m saying that..maybe that´s why I´m even worst at zoom XD
  • ribpoker

    #14

    ANSWER TO QUIZ:
    to me it pretty much narrows down to AsQs
    Since he's a LAG, I assign him the following r/c range preflop:
    22-99, ATs-AQs, AJo(-AQo), KJs-KQs, maybe T9s-QJs
    On the wet flop he'd protect his sets and TPTK kind of hands so he'd call flop with:
    66-88? AsTs AsQs KsQs T9s, maybe some bdfd in hh
    Fortunately, hero blocks a lot of possible holdings in villains range with his two jacks
    On the turn villain calls again, so he shouldn't have T9s anymore since he should protect a two-pair on this super wet turn. He also shouldn't stick around any longer with middle pairs, so he still could hold:
    AsTs, AsQs, KsQs (but this now has aditional gutshot(+OC), so he'd probably x/r the turn)
    On the river he wouldn't turn his madehand AsTs into a bluff, so to me, there isn't really much more than AsQs in his range, by then...
  • KrisRukov

    #15

    @la55i ahhah lol
    @veganstyle - yeah this is normal. Different people like different formats ( i mean zoom and regular ). i havn`t heard ant prove that one is better then the other but definitely there are differences.

    Thank you for the comments folks. i`m glad you like my content. i am doing it all for you after all :)
    good luck
  • Nikita1972

    #16

    I liked the video;D About zoom or regular tables dilema, I don´t know why but I do play a lot worse at zoom tables (if that´s possible haha) get bored and distracted very quickly compared to regular tables..
  • KrisRukov

    #19

    @Endurx, sorry i just saw your comment. Yes, they are but i hope you understand that i`m doing most thing just to show you how i think things should be done/players should be read. I talk about the small sample size in almost all episodes
  • Lahoto

    #20

    Good stuff
  • KrisRukov

    #21

    Enjoy my Christmas episode and happy holidays
    https://www.pokerstrategy.com/video/41613/
  • ribpoker

    #22

    Is there any solution or declaration of the winner of the mystery hand?
    As far as I can see, I am the only one in these comments and in your blog who tried to answer it (#14), up to now - so I'm especially curious...
  • eXtreem84

    #23

    Good information, thanks m8
  • 1checkraise1

    #24

    nice video