Do you play with a short stack or against players who don’t buy-in for full stacks? This episode was meant for you! Doug and Ed sit down and discuss short stack play, how hands quickly shift in value once stack sizes change, and how to visualize short vs deep play.
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Sit down in any live poker game and you’ll see a variety of bet sizes ranging from super small to absurdly large. Doug Hull and Ed Miller dive right into a discussion about pointless bet sizes including preflop opens, raising over limpers, and postflop sizes like the over-pot CB and the small donk bet. Learn how good players visualize these sizes and why you may not want to implement these sizes in your strategy!
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Since we are in the midst of tournament season, it’s not shocking that we’ve been getting a lot of MTT questions lately. James “SplitSuit” Sweeney sits down and answers some common tournament questions about things like chip accumulation, hand reading, differences between cash and MTTs, etc. If you are playing MTTs or are thinking about playing more of them – make sure to listen to this episode first.
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Every poker player has leaks in their game – some are big, some are small, and some are very specific – but we all have them. James “SplitSuit” Sweeney breaks down a model for finding and fixing your leaks to help you constantly grow as a player. The FLASHED model is all about Finding leaks, Listing them, Assessing, Studying, Homework, Executing, and Demoting each leak you spot.
If you are serious about improving, you may want to listen to this episode twice!
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