What is discussed in this video? * The Outstanding Poker coaches get together along with OP members legian62 and ultraneo to play a session against each other!
* In Part 1, Tim analyzes his play against fellow OP members and coaches and describes how he's adjusting to the unique dynamic where everyone knows his play style
interestingly on 28:30 Atta called my hand pretty perfectly
on the monotone flop of 863 hearts Js on the turn and 2h river I had 99 with one heart. I felt at the time my value bet was pretty thin. And if hockeyguy bets out pot, i probably end up calling, and also if he check raised me on the river repping the nut flush as a bluff it was an excellent move.
At the end of the video, I had AJ when ultraneo overbet shoved. By that point it was pretty obvious that ultraneo played a laggy style, but in general it's tough to call one of them overbets without knowing if a player is capable of doing this as a bluff. I believe the fact i pot controlled/checked the turn will have induced a few bluffs from this player type and maybe i should have made the call. Another thing is, my hand was pretty face up, so it didn't seem like a great spot to bluff. I'm more than capable of making the call here vs super aggro opponents with AJ. Up to this point not many hands had been showndown, so i still wasn't 100% sure how out of line he was getting or if he was hitting some big hands.
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