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Fast Track Poker No. 8: Putting It All Together (hand history review)

CLP_CraigCLP_Craig Posts: 775Administrator
edited April 2018 in Fast Track Poker Videos
In this module, Ki Lee will go over hand histories in detail from a technical perspective. They will be examples of how to put together everything we learned in this curriculum and applying them in real life.

Module Posts at 11 AM PST.

http://www.crushlivepoker.com/curriculum/putting-it-all-together-hand-history-review
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  • BrittGriscomBrittGriscom Posts: 22Subscriber
    edited October 2018
    Pio has J7o without a diamond as a check on the flop. Are we betting it because Francisco's range is so wide?

    If we check on the flop and Francisco bets, I assume we fold?
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  • KiLeeKiLee Posts: 266Pro
    Pio has J7o without a diamond as a check on the flop. Are we betting it because Francisco's range is so wide?

    If we check on the flop and Francisco bets, I assume we fold?
    Yes, this is an exploit on a very dry board facing a villain with a very wide range. I may elect to bet close to 100% here. And if I did check and he bet, yes, I would fold
  • Capitawn10Capitawn10 Posts: 2Subscriber
    Thanks Ki, awesome videos. In the 3bet pot against Chris where the solver suggests a lead strategy on the Tc turn, what would be the optimal sizing? I’m assuming somewhere between 1/3-1/2 since we wouldn’t need to go that large due to our range advantage but not sure. Cheers!
  • DiegoPokerDiegoPoker Posts: 21Subscriber
    @Ki Lee @Bart
    From the FT video 34, with the monochrome flop, I would like your opinion on how does the A♠️ in our hands, influence our c-betting frequency? Do you prefer to c-bet A♠️A♥️, or A♦️A♥️, on a J♠️T♠️2♠️ flop?
    And to expand beyond this specific example: when c-betting out of position, or in multi-way scenarios, or even betting on the turn, what should be our priority? Value, protection, or pot-control?
    For example, in your hand (14:03) the solver suggests that V should donk-lead with much higher frequency with the AJo that don’t include the A♠️, obviously for protection. On the other hand the solver suggest (14:42) that hero must bet turn only the AA that do contain the A♠️, that are the ones that don’t need much protection. Isn’t there a contradiction? Finally the solver suggests (14:45) that when hero is thinking of turn betting the QQ combos, holding the Q♠️ is indifferent!
    Finally, if I am not mistaken, Bart now prefers to c-bet on a monochrome flop with over-pairs that include a 1-card flush draw, because they have higher value. He mentioned that he was playing the opposite strategy in the past.
    So is our priority value, pot-control, or a need for protection of our hand?
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