eulalie

Last Activity: 9 months ago

  • Join date: October 25 2013
  • Post count: 7
  • Thread count: 2

eulalie commented on: Iveyleague security warning.
9 months ago
This is still the case by the way.
eulalie commented on: Iveyleague security warning.
9 months ago
I was about to re-subscribe but I'm getting the following warning from Chrome:

Your connection is not private

Attackers might be trying to steal your information from iveyleague.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). NET::ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID
eulalie commented on: WSOP $3,500 GTD Part 2
12 months ago
Hey man, would be good to see more of the live tells videos - there's already a lot of mid stakes MTT content online, but your live videos were definitely adding something new, hope there's more to come!
eulalie commented on: Videos won't load.
1 year ago
I hadn't but I did and its working now - thanks!
eulalie commented on: Videos won't load.
1 year ago
Hi,

I can't get videos to load the last few days, the loading symbol comes up but they never start. I've tried google chrome and IE. Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks.
eulalie commented on: Sticky: About Ivey League
over 3 years ago
Originally Posted by Pittza

Will zaza be replaced by someone playing the same stakes/making the same kind of videos?


I am also curious about this. Zaza made by far the best 6max NL videos, it'd be hard to think of many people who could replace him. Are there any plans in place?
eulalie commented on: High Stakes HH Review
over 3 years ago
38.36

T8s on AJ9Q flush hit on turn. How do you feel about donking on this turn?

Since this is a good card for us and not a great card for him, I feel like he will be checking back this turn a lot to realise his equity, but of course he bets every hand that beats us, so checking doesn't seem like a great option with our hand. At least if we bet we get him to put in some money with one card flush draws and Ax type hands that would be happy to see a check.
eulalie commented on: High Stakes HH Review
over 3 years ago
At 8.40, hero 3bets A4s vs CO, and the flop is T83 with a flush draw. You say that this flop is dry enough to cbet, which I was surprised by. I would have thought that almost all of CO's hands here will call at least one street. We may fold out a few pocket pairs and KJ/KQ, but that's not much given how little equity our hand has when called - there are very few good turns for our hand and it will be a difficult board to barrel on with little equity.

Is my understanding of ranges in this spot off here? I get that we should have a bet once and give unimproved on the turn range, but it seems like we will already have plenty of hands that do better on that flop, which makes me think that A4s with no backdoors is a perfect candidate for just check/folding the flop in this spot.
eulalie commented on: Checking Ranges
over 3 years ago
great video, more of that sort of stuff please