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Old Jan 01, 2007, 9:56am   #11
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Oh btw Shads - Are you looking for ... giving advice to us, asking for opinions, asking for advice, or any certain hands you want us to take a look at?
Any of the above really, I initially made it as a general advice giving tool but if you think I could have done something differently then please say. I'm glad that you guys enjoyed it.
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 9:26pm   #12
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How do you manage to flop a set every single time you've got a pocket pair? I'm at 26:30 or something now in the video, I don't think you've missed one yet...although you did also lose two set over set situations so far.

Other than that, it's interesting and useful as always.
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 9:46pm   #13
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Me and Lee go way back...

I did flop a a fair few sets that time but a few days ago I couldn't get a set to save my life so I told Lee that I needed a favour and he sorted me out with a FSH program - a flop set hack for all you dummies, all I have to do is press tab and bingo! Unfortunately I ran into some other guys who are obviously bigger friends with Lee than I am.
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 10:02pm   #14
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They just press Alt-Tab ... works every time
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 10:19pm   #15
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How the hell can you guys download that vid? I am trying for ages now, and all I get is this "Sorry, but our servers are out of bandwidth, but if you buy an account with us for only 12.99$ you could download it, fella. ".
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 11:06pm   #16
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Could it be the wrong time of day, i.e. too much traffic so they give priority to paying members? I just clicked on the link, and bingo, there it was.
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 11:18pm   #17
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I was sad because the server limits the download speed, but I downloaded it fine an hour ago. Running comments in notepad follow:

I would be more inclined to raise the flop instead of threebet with 56s to a minraise, but I don't think I threebet preflop enough, so shrug.

I pot it with QT, because if one person calls a 2/3-3/4 bet, a flush has decent odds, plus if the cutoff calls you're OOP, and in general I'd hate to be threehanded on the turn. Probably bet/fold it.

I wouldn't open push the hand where you turn broadway and villain has runner runner flush, because I think you're splitting or beat 90%+ of the time if he calls. I probably bet half the pot and call.

I checkraise the flop with 22 instead of c/c bet turn. You're probably going to c/f if he calls your bet, right, since he's tight and could have a pp easy. OTOH if he has ace-paint c/c opens you up to a ton of cards that you don't want to see on the flop.

I'd fire with bottom set; dude isn't too likely to improve if he's missed, and he might be like "derf derf c/r AK"

lol@88. work on your set under set skillz.

I dig limping behind with A8s when the UTG open limps, and you, him, and the blinds are all 150BB deep for nut flush + two pair implied odds

open fold A7 from button?

I generally bet in bsb situations when the board shows trips.


Anyway, yeah. I thought it was generally informative, particularly regarding threebetting oop.
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 11:38pm   #18
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I dono about the broadway hand.... way it was played I think 2pair calls there. Thats actually what I put the villain on at the time... I was kinda pissed when he showed the flush lol.
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Old Jan 01, 2007, 11:56pm   #19
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How can two pair ever call there? You have to have at least an ace or a set. Raise, bet, bet, push?
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Old Jan 02, 2007, 4:22am   #20
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lol... ill look at it again... that was just remembering from watching it last night.... but I think I still like it... Ill look
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