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Casino Royal - Poker scene
 
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Жестокая раздача в покере
 
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How To 4-Bet For Value Preflop | Poker Quick Plays
 
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This video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com SplitSuit shows us how to value 4bet preflop. He explains that value 4betting isn't just about your own cards, rather you need to look at villain's range when he 3bets and what range he would give your 4bet action with. It's easy to understand value 4betting with a hand like AA, so he gives an example with JJ to highlight when the 4bet would actually be valuable! This framework is very similar to value 3betting. If you haven't seen it already, this video explains everything you need to know: http://youtu.be/lauHhx3m098 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
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Poker Rules | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514999-Poker-Rules-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, Professional Poker Player, and today, I'm going to talk to you about the rules of poker. Hold em is a game where each player starts with two down cards. However, before they even deal, there are two players that are forced to put out bets, known as the blinds. There is typically a small blind, and a big blind, and these are forced bets that players have to put out, before the hand is even dealt. Each hand, the blinds move from player to player, around the table, so that it's fair. After the blinds are posted, which means the blinds have been put up, and actually are out in front of the players, the hand begins. The dealer gives each player two cards, one at a time. So, the cards are dealt, and each player is given two down cards. They then have to choose whether to stay in the hand, or fold. A round of betting then takes place starting immediately after the big blind, which is known as under the gun, because they're forced to act first. Players choose to either stay in the hand by calling the big blind, meaning they put in the same amount of chips, or increasing the size of the wage of this round, often based on their hole cards, by raising. Alternatively, and most commonly, players decide not to participate in the hand, put in no further chips into the pot, and fold their cards. Once all the players have acted, three cards are dealt, known as the flop. These are community cards that any player in the hand can use. After the three community cards, known as the flop, appear, another round of betting takes place, except this time, there's no forced bets, like there are pre-flop, with the blinds. Players have two options, they can check, or they can bet. Checking is when you choose to let the other players act before you, typically indicated by saying, "I check," or tapping the table. If all the players in the hand check, then the next card comes, which nobody put money to see. The next card, is known as the turn. If instead of checking, one of the players had bet, then they would force the other players in the hand to commit more chips in order to continue, otherwise, those players would have to fold, and the player who made the bet would be awarded the pot. Otherwise, if one or more players call the bet, the hand will continue to the turn. The turn is another additional community card, that unlike the flop, comes off as one card, instead of three. However, like the flop, a betting round takes place in the same way. If all the players in the hand check on the turn, or there's a bet, and it's called, the final community card comes, known as the river. The river is another single community card after which a round of betting takes place, just like it did on the flop, and the turn. The only difference is, that after this round of betting, if two or more players are still in the hand, then a showdown occurs, where all the players still in the hand, after the river, show their cards, and the dealer awards the pot to the best five card hand. So, there you go, the down and dirty rules to poker. Like Mike Sexton says, Poker Hall of Famer, and Ambassador for the World Poker Tour, "It takes a minute to learn, and a lifetime to master."
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FLUSH vs. SET - It's A Trap! | S5 E47 Poker Night in America
 
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How to Calculate Outs | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515023-How-to-Calculate-Outs-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm professional poker player Nicky Numbers, and today I'm going to talk to you about outs. An out is a term in poker that's used to describe a card that you can hit that will improve your hand. Let's dig right into it and look at some examples. Let's say you're on a flop: deuce, three, king with two hearts. Depending on the hand you have, that will drastically affect how many outs you have. Let's say we have five, six of diamonds. So we do not have a flush draw. However, if we hit a four, then we will make a straight: deuce, three, four, five, six. How many fours are there in the deck? Well, there are 4 fours in the deck, which means that we have four outs. There are 4 cards that can come that will improve our hand to one that we're going to comfortably take to showdown. In this case a straight is a very strong hand. If we had four, five instead of five, six, then we would have what is known as an open-ended straight draw, which means we could hit one of 4 cards on the top of the straight and one of 4 cards on the bottom of the straight. In this case we have a draw of deuce, three, four, five, which means we can hit any one of the 4 sixes or any one of the 4 aces in the deck to make a straight. That contrasts drastically to the six, five which was just a gutshot straight draw and only had 4 outs. An open-ended straight draw has twice as many outs as a gutshot straight draw. With ace, seven of hearts, we have a flush draw. There are 13 cards of any suit in the deck. Two of them are on the board, and 2 of them are in your hand. That means there's only 9 hearts left in the deck, which is to say that there are 9 cards that can come that will give you a flush. In other words, you have 9 outs. With king, ten of hearts, it's a very interesting hand because not only do you have hearts for a flush draw, but you also have a pair with king. A pair and a flush draw is a powerful combination draw. We have 9 hearts in the deck that can make us a flush. However, we also have 2 kings in the deck that can make us three of a kind as well as 3 tens in the deck which could make us 2 pair. So 9 hearts, plus 3 tens, plus 2 kings gives us 14 outs. Anytime you have 12 outs or more to make a strong hand, that's an enormous amount of outs, and you should think of yourself as having a really strong holding. You should rarely fold on the flop if you flop 12 outs or more. Eight or 9 outs is a very solid draw, and that's typically what people mean when they're referring to a draw. However, the more outs you have, the more likely you are to win the hand. The more likely you are to win the hand, the less likely you should be to fold. The last example here is four, five. Four, five of hearts has an open-ended straight draw as well as a flush draw. So there's 9 outs to make a flush as well as 8 outs to make a straight. However, 2 of those outs that make a straight, the ace of hearts and the six of hearts, also make a flush, which means that those outs can't be double counted. So instead of having 9 outs and 8 outs, we actually have 9 outs and 6 outs for a total of 15 outs. When you flop a straight draw and a flush draw with 15 outs, that's a monster hand. In fact, when I go to bed at night and I dream about no-limit holdem, these are the kinds of flops that I see.
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TT vs KK
 
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Школа покера Stacked: Урок №10 "Дополнительный банк"
 
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Split Holdem on Pokerstars
 
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In this video I'm talking about "Split Hold'em", a new format on pokerstars, that's basically making them more money than other cashgames, but at the same time can be fun to play. In split pot games, it's all about trying to force the other player to fold when you're clearly winning one side of the pot.
Views: 4569 Andreas Froehli Poker
Card Throwing Trick Shots | Dude Perfect
 
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Facing A Cold 3Bet With TT   Ask SplitSuit
 
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Оружие победы! Сквиз в покере (Обучение покеру)
 
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My Favorite Event $50k PPC - 2018 WSOP VLOG DAY 15
 
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It’s the start of my favorite event of the year, the $50k Poker Player’s Championship 8 Game Event. 🎵 King Sol - DeLorean https://soundcloud.com/kingsolmusic/delorean Intro Song 🎵 Bazanji - Life I Chose http://smarturl.it/c63pbg 🎵 Apple Music 2018 WSOP VLOG Playlist: https://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/2018-wsop-vlog/pl.u-r2PEIVRoz3 Check out my MasterClass: http://www.masterclass.com/danielnegreanu USE PROMO CODE DANIEL FOR POKERGO MEMBERSHIPS: https://www.pokergo.com/refer/daniel Check out my Full Contact Poker Podcast at http://www.fullcontactpoker.com or subscribe on iTunes. Follow Me Online Here: https://twitter.com/RealKidPoker https://www.instagram.com/dnegspoker/ https://www.facebook.com/OfficialKidP...
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WORST MOM EVER!! SCARY TATTLETAIL CHRISTMAS in JULY w/ BAD FURBY PRESENT 4 SPOILED KID! (FGTEEV #1)
 
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BEST Attitude In Poker
 
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Tony G (Guoga) VS Ralph Perry, Intercontinental Poker Championship 2006. GREAT poker attitude, Tony G THE BEST! Tony G: I call. I wanna play with him. A little weak hand though. I'm still calling if you raise, unless you go all-in. I might still call if you go all-in. How much have you got? How much more? 80 more? I'm calling. How much more do you want to make it? Just tell me! Can you put the clock? What is this? 120 more? How much more has he got? I'm all-in. All-in. You wanna do this? Do this properly! Here! What do you think I am? I'm here to give my chips away to you? Ralph Perry: Call. Tony G: You play very well. You play very very well! You're a champion. Send you back to Russia... Flop: 2-3-10. Tony G: Ace-deuce against King-Jack. He's drawing semi-dead on the flop. Putting all his money in with King-Jack, calling. This is not somefin', someone to learn from. Turn: 7 Tony G: Pair the board baby. Teach him a good lesson here. River: 6 Tony G: YEAH! YEAH BABY COME ON RUSSIAN, GET OUT! It's time to go. YEAH! Look at this, look how he's doing! Look how he's playing! Look how ugly this is! You're a professional player and I can do this to you! You're a terrible player. This is disgraceful. I want, bring the Russians on, bring more Russians on. I'm here to get 'em all! You played that as bad as you can, your career is finished! You are gone! Gone! Gone! Feel the power! You feel my power baby? Feel my power! I got you covered. Is this how you play? You call with King-Jack? Which school you been to? What is this? I got you covered like a baby. Up and a-, up and away! Up and away! Come on, on your bike! On your bike! Get out! Ralph Perry: Good hand. Tony G: Naw, he doesn't deserve any applause. He called with King-Jack. If you read my poker strategy, I tell everyone, never, never overplay King-Jack, Sam you know the hand...
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Школа покера - AA против QQ. Комментирует Александр 'Band' !
 
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Saturday Night Poker HD
 
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Australia vs. New Zealand
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THE MOST INSANE CALL IN THE HISTORY OF POKER!
 
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You won't believe your eyes when you see this hand! Fortunately, there is video evidence and multiple witnesses that it truly happened on Live at the Bike last week. Doug plays an epic hand against Alec Torelli, who makes a completely mind-blowing play to close the action. This might be the most incredible moment in the history of tabletop games. As always on Poker Hands, Doug breaks down each street of action and shares his thoughts on how each player made their decisions. Check out Doug's training website Upswing Poker: https://www.upswingpoker.com/ FOLLOW DOUG: Snapchat ► http://snapchat.com/add/WCGRider Twitter ► https://twitter.com/DougPolkPoker Instagram ► http://instagram.com/DougPolkPoker Facebook ► https://facebook.com/DougPolkPoker Twitch ► https://twitch.tv/DougPolkPoker #GrindNation
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Daniel Negreanu Wins $8 million at WSOP, Becomes Poker's Highest-Winning Player Ever
 
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For the latest news and video from the 2014 World Series of Poker click here: http://www.pokerlistings.com/live-tournaments/wsop For more great poker video content click here: http://www.pokerlistings.com/videos/channel/all-pokerlistings-videos Daniel Negreanu is now poker's leading all-time money winner thanks to winning more than $8 million by coming second in the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop at the 2014 World Series of Poker. PokerListings.com. Moments after he lost heads-up to Dan Colman PokerListings.com got in the middle of the media scrum to ask Negreanu what it's like to have won $30 million in his career playing live poker tournaments.
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Best Starting Hands | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515002-Best-Starting-Hands-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, a Professional Poker Player, whose going to talk to you today, about the best starting hands in poker. Now, when most people are talking about poker, they mean No Limit Hold Em. The best starting hands in that game are, big cards, and big pairs. So, hands like Ace, King. Especially Ace, King, suited are incredibly valuable. This is a true, premium hand. Another example would be pocket Queens. Any pocket pair of Tens, or higher, is going to be a premium one. Hands like Ace, Queen, are also incredibly valuable, because they flop top pair regularly. Ace, King, for example, flops top pair, 30 percent of the time. Big pocket pairs have tremendous value because often they're an over pair to the board, and when they're not an over pair to the board, sometimes they flop sets, which are really strong hands. A set is when you have a pocket pair, and then a third card that matches these two, comes on the board, so, you have three of a kind. Now, these are traditionally thought of as the categories of hands that are premium holdings. Pocket Tens are better, Ace, King, Ace, Queen. You only get dealt one of these hands, 4.7 percent of the time. That's about once, every other round, if there's ten people at your table. So, these are infrequent occurrences. If this is all you play, you're going to end up playing way too tight. There are other hands that also play well in No Limit Hold Em, and have tremendous value. And the deeper stacked you get, meaning the more big blinds you have, the better these other hands will play. Hands like pocket Deuces. A pocket pair is going to flop two pair, or better, about 12 percent of the time. It's an incredibly powerful hand, and the most likely hand of any, to flop a monster, pocket pairs. Another valuable hand is suited connectors, cards that are directly connected to each other, and are of the same suit. So, they're sequential, like, Six, Seven. Another example, would be a suited one gapper, like Seven, Five, or, a suited two gapper, like Seven, Four. Cards that have no gaps, and are directly connected, have one gap, or two gaps, and are suited, have tremendous play ability in No Limit Hold Em. For example, a true suited connector, like, Four, Five suited through Jack, Ten suited, is going to hit the flop to make a big hand, or a draw of Eight outs or more, about a quarter of the time. On the surface, it looks like you only have Seven high, but these cards work tremendously well together, and create a synergy that results in the hands having a lot of value in their ability to continue passed the flop. Another example, is a suited Ace, like Ace, Six, or Ace, Deuce. These cards work in a very similar way to suited connectors, suited one gappers, and suited two gappers. Basically, you want to play hands that are able to continue pass the flop, regularly. And when I say continue pass the flop, regularly, I mean continue pass the flop in a comfortable way. Imagine having a hand on the flop, and your opponent makes a bet, and you're comfortable continuing to call, or raise. Imagine being on the flop, and making a bet, and your opponent raises you. And you're able to comfortably continue by calling that raise, or, even re-raising them back. That's what you're looking for when you're picking hands, pre-flop. Hands that interact with the flop in multiple ways, and are often able to continue passed the flop, and regularly go to show down.
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Little Mix - Power (Official Video) ft. Stormzy
 
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Little Mix - Power (Official Video) ft. Stormzy Get your copy on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/POWERits and stream on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/POWERstfy As featured on their platinum selling album Glory Days. Get it here on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/GloryDaysDXiT Listen on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/LMGloryDaysStfy Google Play: http://smarturl.it/GloryDaysDXGP Amazon: http://smarturl.it/GloryDaysDXAmzn Stream more music from Little Mix here: http://smarturl.it/LMixSpotify More from Little Mix Shout Out To My Ex: https://youtu.be/bFDzhKdrN9M Touch: https://youtu.be/gBAfejjUQoA No More Sad Songs: https://youtu.be/HHCC4ndeJyE Follow Little Mix: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LittleMixOfficial/ Twitter https://twitter.com/LittleMix Instagram https://www.instagram.com/littlemix/ More great videos here http://smarturl.it/littlemixVEVO LYRICS: Hold up, no you didn’t bow bow I ain’t the chick to walk behind you round town Just cos you’re packin’, packin’, whoop, down south That don’t mean I’m ever gonna take it lying down, baby Oh I’m a machine when I do it I’ll be catchin’ fire, gasoline when I do it Just cos you’re packin’, packin’, whoop, down south That don’t mean I’m ever gonna take it lying down, baby (CHORUS) You’re the man but I got the, I got the, I got the power You make rain, but I make it, I make it, I make it shower You should know I’m the one who’s in control I’ll let you come take the wheel long as you don’t forget Who got the power Hold up! My turn I make this look easy Tick tick boom like gasoline-y Yeah they call me Lamborghini Cos I know just what I’m worth Zero to a hundred B-b-body make ‘em stutter Start my engine, push the button Cos I’m gon’ be coming first Oh I’m a machine when I do it I’ll be catching fire, gasoline when I do it Just cos you’re packin’, packin’, whoop, down south That don’t mean I’m ever gonna take it lying down, baby (CHORUS) Don’t be fooled, I got you wrapped up In the arms of an animal Got you thinking that I’m all innocent But wait ‘till I get you home If you don’t baby you should know I’m the one who’s in control Motorbike, motorbike, motorbike, motorbike Bike, bike, bike, bike Bike, bike, bike, bike, bike, bike, uh (CHORUS x2) Motorbike, motorbike, motorbike, motorbike Bike, bike, bike, bike Bike, bike, bike, bike, bike, bike, uh
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How To Use A Poker Fold Equity Calculator | Poker Quick Plays
 
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The FE calculator used in this video no loner works. Instead, use this free fold equity calculator: http://redchippoker.com/fold-equity-calculator/ This video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com In this video SplitSuit shows us how to use a Fold Equity Calculator. Learn what fold equity is, how it's useful when playing draws aggressively, and how to use this powerful piece of free software. If you need help using Equilab, a necessary software for using the FE calculator, please see our Quick Plays video on the concept: http://youtu.be/7hyHhC9OGpA ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
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Using Blockers In Poker (+Combo Counting) | SplitSuit
 
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Ready to test your combos + blockers knowledge? Take the free quiz now: http://www.splitsuit.com/combos-blockers-quiz/ Or, learn more about preflop combos here: https://youtu.be/T7bTiOT2tC8 It’s time to get a little nerdy! SplitSuit breaks down combos (aka combinatorics) postflop and explains how blockers (everything from the board cards to your hole cards) factor into the whole equation. This is simple to keep track of once you know what to look for, so pay special attention to this one if you are trying to become a more technical player. ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 24300 The Poker Bank
How To Plan A Poker Hand (Advanced Preflop Strategy) | SplitSuit
 
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"Preflop Planning" full video download and extras at: http://www.thepokerbank.com/videos/splitsuit/preflop-planning/ "Planning" is the next big step up from basic starting hand selection when it comes to preflop strategy. • Starting hand selection = choosing to play hands that are generally profitable from certain positions. • Planning = thinking about all the possible outcomes of different plays based on your starting hand, players left to act after you, logical reactions from them (and how you'd react to those), and position... then making the play with the set of greatest +EV outcomes. Planning obviously takes a bit more effort than straightforward starting hand selection, but that's why it's a more profitable approach to preflop play. Furthermore, with practice the entire process will become instinctive anyway. Preflop planning is basically a more advanced (and more profitable) form of starting hand selection. So instead of just looking at your cards and position, preflop planning includes thinking about how the hand could play out in different situations, and whether you can profit from those situations. You could just call it "thinking ahead", but hand planning and preflop planning are the more commonly used terms. Although this is titled as Preflop Planning, this video could easily be described as a video guide to playing before the flop in Texas Hold'em. SplitSuit covers all aspects of preflop strategy, including; opening, cold calling, set mining, raising, 3betting, 4betting, and there's even a dash of 5betting. All of these topics are covered using actual hand histories in the hand replayer. Released: 08 August 2011 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 108705 The Poker Bank
Playing Ace Queen In Poker | SplitSuit
 
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"Ace Queen Starting Hand" full video download and extras at: http://www.thepokerbank.com/videos/splitsuit/ace-queen/ How to play Ace Queen (AQ) in NL Hold'em. Six hand histories are analyzed and discussed. AQ is not a hand that's designed to win big pots regularly. It's usually a TPTK/TPGK affair at best, so even though it's a gorgeous hand you have to tread carefully. Therefore, a lot of the strategy in this video revolves around maximizing winnings and minimizing losses when playing ace-queen. So basically, you're going to want to learn how to get value from top-pair whilst simultaneously avoiding losing money with top-pair. It's a tricky art, but SplitSuit guides you through. There are also a couple of squeezing spots thrown in for good measure (Hand 3 and Hand 5). Other notable spots in this video include: • Hand 1 - Checking behind with trips on the turn in an attempt to be deceptive and extract value on the river instead. Good range analysis on the turn. • Hand 2 - Missing value with TPGK due to not betting three streets against a fishy half-stack player. • Hand 3 - Should you bet or check with AQ on an AJT flop after squeezing preflop? Facing an awkward overbet shove on the turn with top pair. • Hand 4 - Calling multiple streets with TPGK against an aggressive player who 3bet preflop. • Hand 5 - Using PokerStove to work out whether or not it's +EV to call a 35bb all-in shove when getting odds of 2.3 to 1 (needing 30% equity to break even). • Hand 6 - Getting raised with TPTK on the flop. Discussion on folding TPTK on the flop against a Nit (see Player Types). Released: 17 August 2013 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 22251 The Poker Bank
Value Betting Postflop | Poker Quick Plays
 
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This poker video was created by http://www.splitsuit.com for http://www.thepokerbank.com In this video SplitSuit shows us what a value bet is with a clear definition and example. Since most of our poker money actually comes from value betting well, it's crucial that we know when and how to make value bets postflop. This focuses on the concept of value betting as sizing your value bets is covered in another video. ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 17695 The Poker Bank
European Poker Tour 10 Grand Final - Main Event - Episode 1 | PokerStars
 
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PokerStars and Monte Carlo Casino present the Season 10 European Poker Tour Grand Final! It's Day 2 and a couple of last year's finalists are back under the TV lights: Steve O'Dwyer and Johnny Lodden know what it takes to out last the competition. Don't miss the next episode or any of our videos. Subscribe here: http://psta.rs/YTSL For all the latest online and live poker news, be sure to visit: http://PokerStarsBlog.com Follow @PokerStars on twitter: http://twitter.com/PokerStars for news, promotions and our weekly #FridayGiveaway! Join the largest poker community in the world! Like our page on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/PokerStarsNet PokerStars operates the world's most popular online poker sites, serving a global poker community of more than 63 million registered members. Since it launched in 2001, PokerStars has become the first choice of the world's top players, with more daily tournaments than anywhere else and with the best security online. More than 110 billion hands have been dealt on PokerStars, which is more than any other site.
Views: 446779 PokerStars
Alexander Debus busts with AJ vs TT - EPT Prague 2012 - Season 9
 
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For more poker-videos please subscribe to my channel here for free! ►►► http://bit.ly/2o420ta ►►► 👍 Cool video? Thumbs up! 👍 Für weitere Poker-Videos abonniert bitte hier kostenlos meinen Kanal! ►►► http://bit.ly/2o420ta ►►► 👍 Cooles Video? Daumen hoch! 👍 ♣♥♦♠ Alexander Debus busts with AJ vs TT - EPT Prague 2012 - Season 9 ♠♦♥♣
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How To Continuation Bet Flops (Advanced C-Betting) | SplitSuit
 
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"C-Betting Like A Champion" full video download and extras at: http://www.thepokerbank.com/videos/splitsuit/cbetting/ A concept video dedicated to one of the most common plays in Texas Hold'em; the continuation bet (cbet, c-bet). This cbetting strategy video begins with a quick explanation of the c-bet and a discussion on how the cbet has evolved in online poker since 2007. Cbetting is no longer profitable by default, which means that understanding when (and when not) to cbet has become far more important than it once was. To help you gain a better understanding of cbetting, SplitSuit starts by focusing on determining whether you're either: 1.Cbetting for value. 2.Cbetting as a bluff. Both of these classes for cbetting are then expanded upon in their own sections, each including multiple hand history examples to help reinforce the strategical differences between the two. There is also a meaty section on the Flopzilla tool (starting at 13:52), which is perfect for gaining an insight in to how often different ranges hit different kinds of flops. It's an invaluable program for helping with your cbet strategy. If you like the work with Flopzilla in this vid and want to see some more, watch Using Flopzilla (or you can find another 9 minutes with it in Split's Combos concept video starting at 21:24). Recorded: 03 August 2011 ... ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 77436 The Poker Bank
Twice -  TT MV Reaction | SOOO CUTE!!!
 
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It's been awhile since we uploaded something! Hi!
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My $23,400 Pot On Poker Night In America!
 
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Once again I lock horns with Jeremy Kaufman, a successful business man with a feisty demeanor at the poker table. This guy is a legend, always going for it with gusto and showing no fear whatsoever. Fortunately, I had a pretty solid hand this time and wasn't going to be moved off it so easily. This video also has a few important announcements, so please keep watching. Check out the official website of Poker Night In America: http://www.pokernight.com/ Check out my newly reinstated Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DougPolkPoker/ And my training website Upswing Poker: https://www.upswingpoker.com/ As always, Doug breaks down each street of action. Poker Hands is the show where Doug analyzes live poker hands from tv poker shows such as Poker After Dark, EPT (European Poker Tour), High Stakes Poker, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), the Aussie Millions, WPT (World Poker Tour) the Big One For One Drop, and the PCA (Pokerstars Carribean Adventure). He especially enjoys reviewing hands by popular high stakes pros like Viktor "Isildur" Blom, Ike Haxton, Dan Cates (Jungleman), Tom "Durrrr" Dwan, Phil Ivey, and OtB_RedBaron. #GrindNation
Views: 76930 Doug Polk Poker
The Big Game Show - Jason Calacanis vs Daniel Negreanu - PokerStars
 
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http://www.PokerStars.com The Big Game Show - Jason Calacanis and Daniel Negreanu have a show down on the PokerStars Big Game TV Show - see who wins the the high stake poker show
Views: 588374 PokerStars
Is Check-Raising Top Pair Ever Right? | SplitSuit
 
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Get answers to questions like "how should I CB the flop in MW pots?" and "how do I get FULL value against fish?" in my book Unfolding Poker: https://www.splitsuit.com/unfolding-poker This live $1/$3 hand from Tony oscillates between the right line and the incorrect details. SplitSuit breaks down Tony's flop check-raise with TPTK, bet sizing used every step of the way, and ensuring that you don't leave money on the table against fish. Remember, while the flop CB is "standard" - it doesn't automatically imply that it's the optimal action in all spots. Concepts include attacking limpers preflop, choosing preflop sizes, betting vs checking with top pair, bet sizing on the turn & river, and making sure that you don't invite bad beats. This whole hand begins with raising AQ vs a limper. Get my in-depth thoughts on how to CORRECTLY attack limpers with this podcast episode: https://redchippoker.com/attacking-limpers-podcast/ ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 15694 The Poker Bank
Heinz Kamutzki doubles up with 66 vs TT - EPT Prague 2012 - Season 9
 
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For more poker-videos please subscribe to my channel here for free! ►►► http://bit.ly/2o420ta ►►► 👍 Cool video? Thumbs up! 👍 Für weitere Poker-Videos abonniert bitte hier kostenlos meinen Kanal! ►►► http://bit.ly/2o420ta ►►► 👍 Cooles Video? Daumen hoch! 👍 ♣♥♦♠ Heinz Kamutzki doubles up with 66 vs TT - EPT Prague 2012 - Season 9 ♠♦♥♣
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Super High Roller Club | PokerGO
 
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Being a Super High Roller is more than playing high stakes poker...it's a way of life. Check out how poker's biggest personalities Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, Phil Hellmuth, Farah Galfond, Nick Schulman, and Brandon Adams enjoy their winnings and spend their time away from the tables. From prop betting tennis, to opulent dinners in Las Vegas, to once in a lifetime pro sports experiences, take a glimpse inside the Super High Roller Club coming exclusively to PokerGO on February 26th. Watch "Super High Roller Club" and more poker, exclusively on PokerGO! Sign-Up for an annual subscription and get $10 off! http://bit.ly/2np8aEM Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/PokerCentralSubscribe Connect with Poker Central on Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PokerCentral/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pokercentral Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pokercentral/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/PokerCentral Snapchat: pokercentral Periscope: Periscope.tv/PokerCentral Connect with PokerGO on Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PokerGOWatchNow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PokerGO
Views: 3148 Poker Central
Agar.io - AGARIO TROLLING // TEAMMODE TROLLING // AGARIO GAMEPLAY (Epic Agar.io Gameplay)
 
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Views: 348994 TARGET
John Juanda Jennifer Harman, SET over SET! CRAZY FOLD!
 
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How to Be a Tight Player | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515032-How-to-Be-a-Tight-Player-Poker-Tutorials Hey. I'm a professional poker player, Nicky Numbers. I'm going to talk to you today about how to be a tight player. The first thing to know about being a tight player is that it's very easy. You just simply don't play any hands. The tightest player in the world plays no hands or maybe they play one hand: just pocket aces. So, basically, to be a tight player just means that you voluntarily contribute money into the pot with a low frequency. The lower the frequency, the tighter you are. The higher your frequency, the loser you are. To be a tight player you're rarely putting money in the pots. There are a couple of ways you could be a tight player. You could be a tight passive player, or you could be a tight aggressive player. A tight passive player is rarely playing pots, but when they do play a pot they're entering it passively. So they're limping in the pots; they're calling raises; they're rarely raising themselves, and even more rarely than that, re-raising themselves pre-flop. On the flop, these are players who you're regularly going to see check/call or check/fold. When someone else makes a bet, they just call. It's extremely difficult to be successful playing tight passively. The reason is because you're simply not playing enough hands and when you do play hands you're not getting value on them because you're not escalating the size of the pot. In addition, because you're playing passively, you're rarely creating full deck with it, which is the value gained by taking an aggressive action that sometimes results in you winning an uncontested pot. So, you're not getting value on your hands explicitly just by betting and raising with them as someone would, but then you're also not getting value from the hands that you play by bluffing. If you're going to play tight poker, you want to be a tight aggressive player. It means that you're not playing that many hands but when you do play you're coming in with guns blazing: You're raising pre-flop; you're re-raising pre-flop; you're betting on the flop; you're opponent bets on the flop; you're raising on the flop. Basically, when you continue in the hand, you're almost always continuing in an aggressive manner. Playing a tight passive style at the poker table is a very problematic one because you're never maximizing value on hands and you're also never making people fold. When I say never, I don't mean never, but effectively never. Tight aggressive, on the other hand, comes out swinging. They play their hand strong. They make people fold, and they get value by being paid off on their premium holdings. Tight aggressive poker is a winning style.
Views: 84375 Howcast
【Carmen】Poker Face (ポーカーフェイス)「English Dub」Thank you for 350+ subs!
 
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•Song: Poker Face (ポーカーフェイス) •Original Singer: Gumi •Lyrics: Razzy (http://www.youtube.com/user/Razzyness) •Rap Lyrics: Adidaas (http://www.youtube.com/user/Adidaas) •Mixing: Razzy •Vocals: Carmen •Subbing: Razzy _________________________________ "You don't wanna mess with me !" Thank you each and every 370+ one of you guys. I could have never dreamed of getting more than 100 subs, so this is kind of a shocker for me. TT u TT; Now watch as I lose all my subs from this atrocious rapping. //shot A big, big thank you to Razzy for mixing this for me. I know you probably think I'm a pain in the ass by now, but Q A Q)// I-I'M SORRY FOR BEING PICKY! OTL I hope this wasn't too much of a bother for you. Also, yeah. Um. I don't know what compelled me to rap in the beginning of this. It just felt too empty in the beginning. To be honest, I've wanted to sing these lyrics ever since he made these, but I had terrible issues with timing. BUT NOW..I-I THINK IT'S GETTING BETTER? I had a lot of fun singing this, hope you all like it! For Digital Emotion Chorus audition: Alias: Carmen Age: 18 Range: Mezzo soprano? I am best at singing "in the middle" of low and high notes, but if I practice enough, I can totally hit the high notes in You and Beautiful World. o uo)b Strengths: Able to sing low/middle high notes strongly, vibratos, I can kind of belt...? I DON'T EVEN KNOW. Relatively good at showing emotion when I sing. I've been told I have a "strong" voice. Weaknesses: Fast singing, really low/high notes, singing on time, and I usually need a vocal reference to sing along with. TT u TT; (I-I AM SO TROUBLESOME. //shot) Vocaloid(s) auditioning for: Gumi/Luka/Meiko Trait: Longing or Deceitful Skype: (~ ' A')~ Availability: If I'm not online, I probably died somewhere--I mean, I'm online quite often. |'DD Additional roles: A-Artist? ; u ;)// Eh? Ah, Sou raw: http://www.box.com/s/7dc9256588544ffbc6ad Disclaimer: This is a fandub, made by fans for fans. All rights go their rightful owners/companies.
Views: 5785 Xildy
Going Bananas With 86o - Was It Good? | SplitSuit
 
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Want to see how to correctly attack limpers? Read my complete guide for punishing limpers here: https://www.splitsuit.com/punishing-limpers-with-large-preflop-raises It's amazing how the hands that should have been folded preflop can really end up getting away from us. In this spot, Dan attacks a gaggle of limpers with 86o, and the discussion starts here. After getting multiple callers, flopping top pair, AND facing a bet+call - Dan has some big decisions to make. Concepts include attacking limpers preflop, planning ahead and estimating how many callers your raise would likely get, SPR, and how to react when holding a pair+gutshot. This is a simple hand, but a great jumping off point for other factors and considerations. ----- Support ThePokerBank.com: Here are some affiliate links. When you use these links to create an account and play poker, thepokerbank gets a small percentage of the rake you pay (that would otherwise have gone to the poker site). This does not affect you as a player. It just means that we can use this extra bit of rake to keep the website running and make it more awesome. Bet365 Poker (non-US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/bet365/youtube/ Aced Poker (US players) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/aced/youtube/ SealsWithClubs (Bitcoin Poker - my current favorite) http://www.thepokerbank.com/visit/sealswithclubs/youtube/ This is how the site has been able to stay active all these years (since 2007), so thank you. We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for your help. - Greg http://www.thepokerbank.com/about/
Views: 5361 The Poker Bank
Type 5 Heavy Броня решает
 
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$1 Million Dollar Win | $100K buy-in WCOOP | Hand Review with Bencb | Part 3
 
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It's time to review part 3 of Ben's legendary 100k run. In this video Ben gets into a hand against the one and only CrownUpGuy, also known as Fedor Holz. What will happen when two Titans of poker go head to head? Like this video? Subscribe now so you never miss out on the best FREE value in poker! FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/raiseyouredge WEBSITE: www.raiseyouredge.com/ YOUTUBE: YouTube.com/raiseyouredge INSTAGRAM : www.instagram.com/raiseyouredge DISCORD: https://discordapp.com/invite/C7NzrdP Join our discord community and get valuable insights directly from Bencb and RYE coaches. CHECK OUT HOW Bencb AND MANY OTHERS ARE CRUSHING IT! $215 TRIPLE THREAT: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=A387XuF8icU Bencb789 TAKES DOWN $22.000 IN THE BIGGER $215: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FopHO1XZ7ZA MID-GAME MINDSET: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Jp2NKhm6g LOW-STAKES CASHGAME WITH Bencb789: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_T0HlaZ7FBU As many of you have noticed, we recently removed a number of our YouTube videos. A question of privacy was brought up to us regarding the sharing of statistics of other players. To be respectful of the concerns raised we have made the difficult decision to leave these videos off of YouTube. We will continue to provide new content that will still be the best free content on YouTube for poker learning. Thanks for your patience and understanding. Raise Your Edge is the premium online tournament poker training system for MTT’s. Our Tournament Masterclass is used by many crushers of online poker including Steffen Sontheimer (Go0se), Jeff Gross, Lex Veldhuis, Jaime Staples, Keven Martin and many more! Developed by the biggest winner in online poker for the last 3 years, bencb789, RYE is built to help win at the biggest stages; including WSOP, EPT, PCA, WPT and of course throughout all major online poker sites like Pokerstars, partypoker , 888 poker and more!
Views: 8006 Raise Your Edge
Aggressive Play vs. Passive Play | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515033-Aggressive-Play-vs-Passive-Play-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Nicky Numbers, I'm a professional poker player and I'm going to talk to you today about playing aggressively versus playing passively. The most important thing to know about passive play in No Limit Hold 'Em is that it's rarely correct. The overwhelming majority of the time when you're playing a hand and you're playing across multiple streets, you want to be the aggressor. Whenever you play poker you're going to make mistakes, but you control the kinds of mistakes that you're going to make. You don't want to make passive mistakes, you want to make aggressive mistakes. When you're aggressive sometimes good things accidentally happen to you. When you're passive, very rarely do good things accidentally happen to you. Passive players enter pots by limping into them, by calling raises, and by infrequently raising and re-raising themselves. Aggressive players, on the other hand, enter pots and they come in raising, they're raising or they're re-raising and they're rarely entering the pot passively except under very specific criteria. And the reason for that is because a passive strategy is a losing strategy unless it's executed just right, which is really hard to do. In general, if you're trying to choose between calling or folding, fold. If you're trying to choose between calling or raising, raise. In other words, if you're going to continue in a hand as a general default you want to be the aggressor.
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Pre-Flop Strategy | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515025-PreFlop-Strategy-Poker-Tutorials Hey, I'm Professional Poker Player Nicky Numbers, and today I'm going to explain a little bit about some of the considerations that should go into your pre-flop strategy. It's all about identifying what factors should go into your decision making process. The first thing that you want to identify is the blinds. How big or small are they relative to your stack? How many chips are in your stack? How many chips are the in stacks of your opponents? What's the average stack, or better yet, the median stack at your table? Your position at the table relative to the button pre-flop is also incredibly important. It lets you know how many players are yet to act after you. In addition, you want to take into account the players that have acted before you, the positions they were in and the actions that they've taken. And that's not even getting into your opponents' betting patterns, their tendencies, the size of their wagers, and whether or not the actions that they take at the table are indicative of how strong or weak their holdings may be. After evaluating all of those factors, you'll be able to better put your opponents on a range of hands, that is, all the cards that they may have played the same way. And of course, after evaluating all that, you still have your cards to take into account. However, it's important to understand that in No Limit Hold 'Em, cards have relative hand strength not absolute hand strength. There's 169 different hold cards that you can be dealt. Each one of them has an absolute ranking, however the absolute ranking should rarely inform your decision. It's the relative strength that's important. How does your hand compare to your opponents' range? Can you continue profitably? Are you ahead of their range? Are you behind their range? If you're behind in the hand, are you getting odds to continue? If you're not getting odds to continue and you don't believe that your hand is ahead of your opponents' range, then the only question you really have to ask yourself is if you take an aggressive action, will you be able to make your opponents fold with a high enough frequency such that the aggressive action can be profitable? These are just some of the factors that could be evaluated pre-flop, and when used with deductive reasoning, they'll significantly inform your decision making.
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Nikita Nikolaev busts in 15th place for €62,350 - TT vs QQ - EPT Grand Final Monte Carlo 2014
 
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Post-Flop Strategy | Poker Tutorials
 
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Like these Gambling Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1HCxrup Watch more How to Play Poker videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515026-PostFlop-Strategy-Poker-Tutorials Hi. I'm Nicky Numbers. I'm a professional poker player and I'm going to talk to you about some of the considerations that should go into your post-flop strategy. There are a number of factors that you could take into account when figuring out your post-flop strategy. Some of the most important are how many chips are in the pot, how many chips are in your stack, and how many chips are in the stacks of the other players in a hand. You also want to take into account your position. Are you acting after all of your opponents and you're in position? Are you acting before some of your opponents and you're out of position? It's also incredibly important to know how many players saw the flop. The larger the number of players that see the flop, the stronger the likely holding is to be at showdown. As the number of players that see the flop increases, the likelihood of one-pair winning at showdown decreases. Number of players seeing the flop is an incredibly important consideration. When you couple that with the texture of the board and the number of players still in the hand, you start to gain a very clear picture of the types of hands you should be continuing with and the types of hands that you shouldn't. It's also essential that you take into account the actions that have taken place in front of you, not just on this street but on all the streets that have occurred before. A betting line is a series of actions across multiple streets. The betting lines that your opponents take, as well as the betting lines that you take, are going to significantly impact the information that you're aware of throughout the hand. And of course, you always want to take into account how your hand connects with the board. The stronger your hand, the more likely you should be continuing. The bigger your draw, the more likely you should be continuing. If you don't have a strong hand that you're going to regularly take to showdown and you don't have a draw of eight-outs or more with which you can regularly continue, then unless you can take an aggressive action that will frequently result in the opponents, in the hand folding, then unless you can take an aggressive action that will frequently result in your opponents folding, and you winning an uncontested pot, there's really no reason to continue in the hand. These are just some of the post-flop factors that could be evaluated that when coupled together with deductive reasoning will drastically inform your decision-making process.
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