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Crush Live Poker Video. 309: A Hero's Perspecitve Part 1"

Bart HansonBart Hanson Posts: 6,152Administrator, LeadPro
This week Bart takes a look at hands from a certain perspective whilst blurring out the hands of his opponents. David Tuchman will pick up Part 2 in the following week.




  • AmurAmur Posts: 17Subscriber
    Hi Bart, this is a great idea to block/do not show your opponents hands - this is the real way how we play poker live,we do Not see theirs hands and we have to make the right/best decision fast in real time. This is the Best way to make the videos. I hope you'll do it every time. Thanks again.
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  • AlduneAldune Posts: 55Subscriber, Professional
    Hi Bart,

    Last hand with Q2s : I don't see a river bet here, you never mentioned what we might get called by? You said you liked a 300 bet but a jack surely is folding every time in this spot? I believe there is a much greater likelihood that BTN bluffs than either SB or BTN calls a bet. Do you think that this is not the case?
  • Bart HansonBart Hanson Posts: 6,152Administrator, LeadPro
    Remember, Peter was the preflop raiser and check over called the flop. After Jerry checked the turn through I think there is way more value in betting for value then checking. Jerry isnt bluffing the end after he check backed the turn in my mind.
  • DoubleDipDoubleDip Posts: 1Subscriber
    edited August 2017
    First time on this site, but damn these videos are so hard to follow! I don't know the players names/nicknames, and I can barely see the table to see the blinds/button, I have to replay the video like 3-4 times to figure out what's what. Maybe some kind of graphics on screen would help. The content is good, once I figure out what's happening.
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