S05E10 - Answering Your Questions Part One - Poker Strategy

S05E10 - Answering Your Questions Part One - Poker Strategy
7 de abr. de 2024 · 19m 54s

In today’s poker strategy episode I’m answering questions you sent in to me. Wondering where the podcast every Sunday went? Fans of the Pod get ad free, fluff free episode...

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Ben Theriault
I know it's low limit so bluffs should be very limited but what questions should we be asking ourselves before trying a bluff on the turn or later?

Does this player ever fold turns or are they a calling stating that goes to the river with bottom pair?
Are they capped at having a very weak hand!
Can I get a fold cheaply enough to make it a profitable bet. If you bet half pot you need them to fold 1/3 of the time. 2/3 pot 40% folds. Full pot 50% folds. Etc.

Cason K
Difference in deep stack and normal

Deep stacked poker played well invokes every aspect of poker. Value, calling odds, bluffs, tons of pressure and most importantly big mistakes that cost big.

If you only have 100bb and make an error for your stack it’s not that catastrophic. But if you are 600bb deep and make the same error it’s a crazy bad error.

Large Pocket pairs go down in value. Hands that can crack big pockets pairs of people who can’t fold go way up in value.

There is far too much involved in good deepstack play for me to cover in a an episode of the podcast

Tyler Westra
Knowing when to call it a day. Run bad etc. minimizing those drawdowns.

You should leave any time you are tilted and making bad decisions. Even if you have only lost one buy in.
I personally have a 3 buy in loss rule. But during bad downswings I may make it two buy ins. I’ll also play shorter sessions.
As soon as you have lost a couple sessions back to back you should be sharing notes on hands with another winning player. The more we lose the worse we play. We need independent eyes to make sure we aren’t now playing bad as well.
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