Advanced Flop Betting in 2017 - PokerSnowie Session (2)

  • NL BSS
  • NL BSS
  • $50 - $600
  • Shorthanded
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In the second part of the miniseries about evolution of flop betting, oblioo plays a live session against PokerSnowie. If you missed the first part, you can find it here.

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Comments (6)

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  • roflnub

    #1

    I dont know whether you talked about it in earlier videos, but did I understand it correctly that you limp your entire SB Range BvB?
    Also regarding this and the previous video: You say that with high advantage we bet high frequency and low % of the pot, but dont we want to get the pot to grow that it is big enough to play for stacks on the river if we bet 3 streets, if we dont overbet on turn/river it will be difficult to play for stacks with 1/3 Pot bets on the flop if I am not mistaken? If so, how do you play turn/river in the case of a high advantage hand, when you are at the top of your range?
    Regarding the series: Liked it a lot, seems like I need to get pokersnowie. Please do more of these in the future.
  • Zolotarsp

    #2

    Great vid, thanks Dustin! Definitely interested in more of these, with all kinds of different scenarios. 2-3 in-depth analysed situations per video work perfectly imo.
  • oblioo

    #3

    #1: Without reads, yes I tend to limp my entire range SB vs BB. In regards to your other question - this is No Limit, so what do you have against overbetting turn/river? "How to play turn/river" depends on the board, my hand, positions, SPR, etc., so I can't really answer that question in a general sense!

    #2: thanks :)
  • Sacrom

    #4

    Great vid, thanks !
  • TakingAShot

    #5

    Extremely high quality video with some of the best material on using Flopzilla + Snowie together. Powerful stuff, no doubt.
  • suitedaces1701

    #6

    Hopefully I'm not too late here lol
    I'm thinking of a btn 2.5x open vs bb defend spot
    9h5s4d
    We have nut advantage in snowie, but I'm wondering how you'd justify the pot size recommendation.
    Before this video, I'd think of every hand and place them as check/bet, but adding "betting small when ahead and increasing the sizing the stronger villain's range becomes" to the thought process, makes poker a much nicer game to solve :P
    That being said, would you think that we're not cbetting 90% of our range (no need to cbet Ax imo), so we can polarize? That we only get 4% folds in snowie, so we polarize?
    Or only: we get no folds, so our value range gets much more value when betting big, and we have enough bluffs to balance.
    Thanks for the videos!