Justin Pechie

Last Activity: 5 months ago

  • Join date: October 25 2013
  • Post count: 10
  • Thread count: 9

Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $162 Part 1
over 2 years ago
Thanks for the feedback and glad you enjoyed it.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $22 Part 4
over 3 years ago
Justin continues to review his The Big $22 tournament hand history he recently played on Stars.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $22 Part 3
over 3 years ago
Justin continues to review his The Big $22 tournament hand history he recently played on Stars.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $22 Part 2
over 3 years ago
Justin continues to walk us through his The Big $22 tournament hand history he recently played on Stars.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $22
over 3 years ago
Justin walks us through his The Big $22 tournament hand history he recently played on Stars.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $162 Part 4
over 4 years ago
You do bring up a good point. I think I use too many absolute terms when I'm really implying the majority of cases and not all. I don't think he should be peeling nearly as wide as you do but he definitely should have some sort of peeling range. With that being said, against a random in that spot I expect it to be either a pretty poor peel or a good unknown player with a really strong hand way more often than it's a good player peeling a small, profitable range of hands. Not only because of the ratio of those ranges but also because a random in a field this big is way more likely to be a mediocre/bad player than a good player that I've never heard of. Thanks for the posts.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $162 Part 4
over 4 years ago
There are cases when you can defend this stack to a cutoff open but not with the image I had. If someone is opening somewhat tighter I think it's better to flat something like T9s than Jam it but with my stack and my perceived loose opening range I should have enough hands that I'm folding to his jam that should move near 100% of his flatting hands into his shoving range. You are right though that there are going to be some non-nutted hands in this range in this spot sometimes but they should be rare enough that they don't affect my decision making.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $162 Part 4
over 4 years ago
Thanks, glad you enjoy it.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $162 Part 4
over 4 years ago
In part 4, Justin uses his hand reading skills to analyze his opponents' ranges & shows how to size your bets when barreling three streets.
Justin Pechie commented on: The Big $162 Part 3
over 4 years ago
It all depends on the thought process of the players at your table. You can usually play a more exploitable style at low stakes because the players there aren't adjusting much but learning how to adjust your game to exploit the players around you is a skill that will help you at all levels.