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hello People,
Thank you for stopping by.
I am playing poker for around 5 years. In this time I made some money(not alot). I am playing HU-SNG(Hypers). At the moment I am playing 10 and 20 eur buy-in.
My Goal is to make some money while playing poker and to AMUSE (hopefully) you. I will post here some of my AMAZING BLUFFS, TRAPS, CALLS with understandable explanation and FUN.
Also, I know that tittle is not written in correct english.
Good luck at poker tables to you and to me. Have fun.

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Super Sick Bluff -

Super Sick Bluff - Explanation and Fun
VIDEO:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k83FJo51thY

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INFORMATION THAT IS MEANT FOR EVERY VIDEO that I posted:  I have provided very in-depth explanation. My thinking time in the video is less then one second for every move. How is this possible?
I have played alot of HU games(Hypers). I can do very quick decisions but only if I determine how my opponent is playing(his ranges,...) If I do that I am playing allmost automatic - less then second before my move(I have played alot, so I have experienced alot of situations like this; and most of the time results of situations are the same,...). But If I want to explain this to other poker players, I must write better explanation why I did every move(and I must write alot more - especially If i want to make videos that are understandable for begginer poker players).

I am not saying that everybody should play like me(my plan is not to teach people how to play poker). But i really think it is cool to see how other people play and how other people think about poker. This is one of the reasons that i make videos. Also, even if I make videos I do not think that I play perfect poker or that I am the best in the world. I think nobody plays perfect poker and everybody should learn every day something new about poker if we want to improve in our skills. I think everybody should be very open minded about poker.

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hey crazydonk FYI, most regs

hey crazydonk

FYI, most regs would not put you on an ace in this spot. Firstly, you didn't 3bet preflop and Ax will almost always jam at this depth. Second, it would be very unusual for a good reg to c/r the flop with a rag ace like that, for the odd time that he has one. This is because ace-rag isn't necessarily the best hand (opponent can still have a stronger ace, he raised preflop) and because most regs would want to trap in this position.

I guess it comes down to the opponent, and some opponents will still put you on the ace. But I think most regs would snap you off here fairly wide.

Hope this helps.

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I appreciate your opinion.

I appreciate your opinion.

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Feeling When You Crack Aces

Feeling When You Crack Aces and Sick Poker Allin - Explanation and Fun .
Is that You? When you Crack Aces?

 

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Mega Bluff on Paired Board -

Mega Bluff on Paired Board - Explanation And FUN Voice - Video

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Before turn card(my thoughts):
Yes, turn was helpfull(but this I did not know until I raise on turn and he folded; I played on his low percantage to complete his hand on this board), but I think not alot of turn cards were potential good for him(by that I mean that he would call turn and river too). I would raise on turn no matter what card will show(even if 5 or 10 will show on turn; I am pretty sure that he do not have 10; i am not sure about him having 5(if he had 5, he had 5 with bad kicker- I am sure about his kicker if he had 5).

Before river card - potential call on turn(my thoughts) - if he would call my turn raise: If he would call my raise on this board i will not raise on river(he would probably have q or flush; both hands he would not fold even if I go allin on river, in my opinion), because of all things i mentioned and because of his playstyle and my playstyle,... Also, this does not mean that I think that he has 10. But in this case I think it is hard to fold for him high pair(q in this case) or flush(actually HU-Hypers allmost nobody at these limits fold flush(on similar boards like this); me neither at these limits: 10 Eur buy-in).

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Hi there crazydonk Nice hand.

Hi there crazydonk

Nice hand. You cbet the flop, as standard. The click back doesn't make much sense for the reasons you've given, and with the backdoor straight draws and 2 overs to the 5, you almost have to float. And then, when checked to on the turn, we make our move. I'd probably shove the river if called though. We can easily rep Tx, we still have some flushes in our range etc. After he checks the turn, he almost never has Tx. So, it's 5x or air, either of which fold river IMO.

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Thank you for your opinion.

Thank you for your opinion. It is allways nice to hear how others think about poker(I am very open minded) - allways trying to improve my game.

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THE SICKEST HERO CALL IN

THE SICKEST HERO CALL IN POKER EVER - Explained with Fun Voice

I know that is very "swag" tittle but I really think this is very good call (I know that this is not the sickest hero call on the planet ()) because of all reasons mentioned in the video.What do you think of this hand in the video? Ragazzi What? Ragazzi means "folks" in italian language().Also, I hope that you like this fun voice(everything I did intentional()).

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I think that he did pretty average bluff(not the perfect bluff); he is telling me that he has nothing until turn(just calling); then all of a sudden allin(kind of a strange move; overbeting,...).. .Also, I would call him even if I would not have flush option.:D

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Trying To Bluff Split Pot In

Trying To Bluff Split Pot In Poker? And Fun Poker Fact


I am trying to bluff allmost every time I think there is split pot.But, in some rare accasions I do not bluff when I think it is split pot (when pot is not big and  when my opponent thinks that I play only on my good cards; opponent is probably going to call my pot bet and then he will see that I bluff alot and I do not want that to happend).:D What do you think?

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Am I Aggro or What (Funny

Am I Aggro or What (Funny Poker Video) a.k.a. Intiative,... in Poker

Hello, people, First I would like to wish you all MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR. I wish you all the best.
Back to video. Do not take audio in this video too seriously(it is redicilous intended). Also, the last hand in this video is explained in my previous video.
I will explain this video very simple:
In my opinion if you win alot of hands in a row, you are more likely to win next one too(if opponent does not have very good hand; especially in HU). Your opponent is going to hit flop in around 1/3 of time. That is why aggressive play pays off. What do you think of that?
Anyway, MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR. I wish you all the best.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION about video:
In my opinion if you win alot of hands in a row, you are more likely to win next one too(if opponent does not have very good hand; especially in HU). Your opponent is going to hit flop in around 1/3 of time. That is why aggressive play pays off. I think it helps if you are changing bet sizes and when you bet, how you bet...(by that your opponent thinks that you represent different types of "good" hands. Yes, my opponent was maybe card dead, but this happens alot more time if you bet all the time, because of reasons i mentioned.

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I know that is very "swag"

I know that is very "swag" tittle but I really think this is very good bluff (I know that this is not the sickest bluff on the planet ())
SNG info: Jackpot Poker(spin and go)
current blinds:30/60
Buy-in: 10 Dollars
Prizepool: 20 Dollars.
What do you think of this hand in the video?

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This type of bluff can work only to specific type of people(mentioned in the video; allmost impossible to explain it shorty) and my reads have to be perfect(reads of him, his hands, dynamics, iniciative,...) for this bluff to work. Also, this type of play will most likely going to work at HU.
About long term loosing play? Well, this type of moves make me money in a long run(for example this works 8 of 10 times when I do it).
About him betting on river: all the things I wrote in the video and i want to add this: he bet on river because, he was not sure If I have my "flush" but my allin 2-bet convince him I have it.
Why I think this is very sick Bluff? Because of all things I wrote in the video, plus all the things i wrote here - my perfect reading of situation, his hands, dynamics,... and the most important thing - that i was thinking that he will fold the river with only 138 to call. GL people and have fun.