Climbing the stakes - Part 5

  • Fixed-Limit
  • FL
  • $5/$10 - $10/$20
  • Shorthanded
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In the fifth part of his series, Opabumbi plays FL $5/$10 and $10/$20 short-handed tables.

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Climbing the Stakes series Session Review

Comments (9)

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  • tomzyb

    #1

    Poor presentation, like 90% copied from Part 3
  • schirm

    #2

    first
  • spriteA

    #3

    Thank you for your video. Very interesting :)
  • woodiss

    #4

    At minute 31 you say: if a 6 or 8 comes on the River, we drew out on 22,33,55. But doesn't have 55 the higher two pair then?
  • drcollosso

    #5

    I've got a question concerning the last example hand.

    Let's say the board comes Q53. I'd prefer to call the flop and c/r the turn than because most players will bet the turn for a free showdown and I don't fear a check behind on the turn like on the A53 board. I often have the feeling that players call down there marginal hands if I 3bet the flop but fold to a c/r turn.
    Do you think, this is a viable line?
  • opabumbi

    #6

    @2 yeah my mistake, agains 55 a 5 or 8 is no good

    @3 this is viable, but makes your bluff more expensive ;)
    My oppinion: if he has a hand he is willing to fold somewhere, he is folding regardless wether you 3bet den flop or cr the turn. If he is the typ of player who calls down any pair any way, he will call down to a turn cr as well. And of course agains air, it does not make any difference.
    A 3bet in position is getting called down lightly, but i think if you play oop it doesn't matter, because you (I) will play a Q TT etc the same way.
  • drcollosso

    #7

    Cheers :)
  • Charlemagne

    #8

    nice one) ty)
  • chesterAAAAK

    #9

    easy and impotant things... thanks man! :)