Katipo Hyper Turbos vs SDoGOod Part IV

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Here's part four of Katipo's reviews of his battle with SDoGOod. In this video, they raise the stakes and move up to BCP's $1200 limit.

Earlier installments:
part I
part II
part III

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No offense to the gentleman

No offense to the gentleman who made this vid but not knowing that J10os was a call according to Nash is criminal and this is @ $1200. Mind blown, but for the wrong reasons.

“A man who procrastinates in his choosing will inevitably have his choice made for him by circumstance.”

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The series was after taking a

The series was after taking a break for over 6 months and I'm not surprised some of the specifics of NASH were lost on me then. These videos are actually quite old despite being posted now. However, being curious about the exact fractional NASH calling value for JTo is not an indication that I wouldn't make the call within 1-2BB. Even being rusty, I can naturally estimate any hand's NASH value within at worst 2BB. You give me far too little credit if you think I'd ever fold JTo @7.3BB (13:57). 

Moreover, keep in mind that NASH is an unexploitable but not necessarily optimal strategy. It's also not the only unexploitable strategy. The calling ranges are based on the assumption that the other player only has a shove/fold strategy as well. Some guys open-shove a lot tighter or wider than NASH and you shouldn't just follow the NASH chart blindly. Being a successful high stakes HUSNG player has very little to do with reading off a NASH chart.

BTW: This isn't in reference to any particular comment but just because I don't mention something in a live play video does not mean I'm not aware of it. I've seen some really arrogant comments on YouTube regarding fairly trivial concepts.

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Well answered. Again, I meant

Well answered. Again, I meant no offence by what I said, there was no attack intended. You say ''I'm not surprised some of the specifics of NASH were lost on me then''...I was, and I'm sure I wasn't the only one. 

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Well then, I'll let you know

Well then, I'll let you know that a lot of regs. at high stakes don't have NASH memorized. Like me in the video, they'll know JTo is a call greater than 11.5BB but not exactly 12.7BB. If they are using NASH and aren't sure in some of these fringe spots, it's easy to check.  

In most games, the call decisions are obvious and don't go into fractional amounts of a BB. Even in that video, JTo was a super easy call and it didn't matter that I didn't know it was 12.7. Although, I always like to check if I can't remember the exact amount.

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That's fair enough. Thanks

That's fair enough. Thanks for the reply and info. 

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Suspicious 3th barrel.

Hello,

first of all i really like those videos, how you analyse and how you mantain the calm all time.

I have to say that obviously im a 30$ reg and have no your thinking level. I ve seen you folding some strange hands like 92o in the before video when villain 3barreled; J8 on board T8x, turn 9 river T also folding when villain barreled. I also agree that there are not much bluffs on villains range on that boards.

Suddenly on this 4th video, on minute 12:00 holding AA we can see that villain just checkbehind with 57. The question is... if he wouldnt hit the 5 on the river, do you think he would barreled? I also think there shouldnt be so many bluffs on this board. In that case... would you still mantain the decision of folding on previous hands (92o, J8)?

Thank you.

Regards.