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Playing Good Running Better

Video by ginge | Jan 9, 2017

Richard plays 2 tables of $100 NL 6-Max in real time while playing good and running better.

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BlazeCore 1 year ago
Love your videos! You do a really good job of explaining your range vs theirs and I like how you go into what actions you would taken given certain run outs
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NewIvey 1 year ago
You say larger sizing then you bet 50%. What would be small sizing there? (Set of 99s)
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ginge 1 year ago
Originally Posted by NewIvey

You say larger sizing then you bet 50%. What would be small sizing there? (Set of 99s)

Could you give me the time stamp please
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ginge 1 year ago
Originally Posted by BlazeCore

Love your videos! You do a really good job of explaining your range vs theirs and I like how you go into what actions you would taken given certain run outs

Thanks man i really appreciate the feedback :)
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FupaFupa1969 1 year ago
Can someone tell me how they are getting the analytical data to show up? Is this an add on service? I play on PokerStars and have never seen this.
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BlazeCore 1 year ago
Originally Posted by FupaFupa1969

Can someone tell me how they are getting the analytical data to show up? Is this an add on service? I play on PokerStars and have never seen this.


http://www.holdemindicator.com/

Its a software program called a HUD. Holdem indicator is one of the most popular. I believe you also need a database like poker tracker or holdem manager to use them.

Sorry to be a bit vague but I only just learned about these recently myself. But hopefully this helps a little and I'm sure someone else can elaborate.
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BestFriendX 1 year ago
i have to say your videos covered alot! the folds u made when u had a good hand in my learning phase was impressive. and like the one hand dont know the time stamp there was 2 other plays in the hand. so the raises was called and u were right to fold. that was your best play in my eyes bc i thought u had a strong hand.

the question i have is how u used that program, there was a lot of numbers and u were able to identify them pretty quickly and get a solid read then marking the players. im sure u used some of those numbers to come up with the markings can u tell us the range in which we should use and how you came up with a way to mark those players so quickly?

also i know this is a given i guess but are u sure you need that program to play this game? or can sitting at a normal table with out zoom taking player notes be more then enough?

also do u recommend zoom? or were u just using that for the video bc its way faster? or do u think its better to stay at 1 table and getting deeper reads? playing muti hands with the same players?

also you seemed to have a lot of information on all the players. dose that come with the program or is that info you have gathered overtime? because you have played so many hands with those players? and if so how many hands do u recommend on any 1 player before the stats are reliable ?

thank you for responding if u have a chance. i play on the lower level tables 30$ or 50$ buy ins and i would say this kind of in depth poker seems would do even better at that level. is that true?

lol

Jimmy
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ginge 12 months ago
My standard c bet sizing is 33%, so anything larger than that means I have sized up.
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ginge 12 months ago
I use a program called Hold'em Manager, it tracks my hands and makes the data available that you see on screen.

The markings for fish, I just label anyone without a full stack or just 1 tabling as a fish until proven otherwise.

I only play zoom so hard to judge which one is better, I personally way prefer it.

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msandve 12 months ago
Hi Ginge,

Great video, thanks!

I have one question. At 3.04 with the AKs, you mention that there are two schools of thought in that spot. I guess you mean on whether or not to c-bet there. Could you maybe elaborate on what those schools of thought are, and why you choose to check.

Cheers!
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