S05E11 - Answering Your Questions Part Two - Poker Strategy

S05E11 - Answering Your Questions Part Two - Poker Strategy
5 de may. de 2024 · 21m 34s

Answering your poker strategy questions sent to me on IG and FB part 2. Wondering where the podcast every Sunday went? Fans of the Pod get ad free, fluff free...

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Answering your poker strategy questions sent to me on IG and FB part 2.

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Jason Radiso
When SPR is close to 1 and we have the nut flush comparing jamming vs 75-90% pot bets. Some villains just are so tight and all the chips might be too much?


Jason Marsdon
Can you explain effective stack size to me

The lowest stack involved in the hand. If you have $1000 and your opponent has $250 then you are both playing a $250 stack. The other $750 in your stack is irrelevant.

Why does it matter? Hands that need implied odds. Even tho your stack may be huge if theirs is small then there may not being enough to justify implied odds

Preflop raise sizing. If a 3b will be for a large portion of the effective stack then shoving or folding becomes your only options.

John Trefly
Do you have a quick and dirty checklist or sequence to rapidly assess playing styles of your opponents? I have no trouble at all categorizing people I've played with dozens of times, but in a new venue, or facing new players, it would help to have a system.

The easiest and quickest tell on a player is to see one raise offsuit broadways or gappers from EP1 and 2

If I see someone raise QT off utg when the hand goes to showdown, I will now look to 3b them and try to play lots of hands with them heads up. Of course your position to their matters.

The other easy classification is someone who never raises preflop. Ever. You don’t need a label other than bad player. In fact we should start out labeling players and good or bad. That gets us up and running quick. Then over time more specific labels.
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