Katipo Hyper Turbos vs SDoGOod Part II

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In August we launched the first part of Katipo's new series of reviews played against the challenging SDoGOod. Today we continue this return series from Katipo with the second part. Here, their battle is played at BCP's $600 level.

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Nice video

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and showing these high stakes games.

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Who is SDoGOod?

Who is SDoGOod?

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Solid HS player.

Solid HS player.

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1st hand) I like the 3 bet

1st hand) I like the 3 bet shove deep with 63s against a high MR open player. I know there is a decent difference between 1,2 and 3 gappers because of straight potential so interested to know if you would shove hands like 73s, 83s, 62s 84s -  suited there.

11.14 - Could this hand (K9o) 11BB sometimes be in check back range Preflop as it can play well post flop against aggressive opponents postflop from small blind. I wondered your thoughts on this, would this require more of an opponent read  

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If you don't go too

If you don't go too overboard, all of those are fine. They're usually not dominated by the calling range. Having more connectedness just lets you have a higher 3bS frequency because your equity is better.

Checking back K9o @11bb is something I'd like more if I consider them very trappy. The fold equity combined with decent showdown equity makes it better as a raise vs most opponents. You'd have to outplay them pretty hard OOP for it to be a better check back.