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Ph33roX Leakfinder #5 - $30 Hypers (Mix of Opponents)
October 25, 2013 - 20:25
Ph33roX reviews two matches played at the $30 level on PokerStars. He discusses bet sizings and taking the dynamics of the match into consideration when making decisions. Ph33roX is also doing private coaching, take a look at his coaching page today.
October 26, 2013 - 03:18#1
Is Ph33roX still playing on
Is Ph33roX still playing on pokerstars or did Marko force him out of business?
October 26, 2013 - 14:18#2
He's done well without the
He's done well without the program, playing multiple sites and games, but also still playing some PS HUSNG. I think he's been making more since the banning than before, but of course he's as motivated as ever.
October 26, 2013 - 15:56#3
Very articulate hand
Very articulate hand analyses. Thanks a lot.
October 28, 2013 - 02:34#4
K5o last hand, openjamming
K5o last hand, openjamming for 12bb?
I dont get it. Why do you think openjamming is better then openraise/fold.
October 28, 2013 - 12:57#6
great content as always
great content as always ph33roX
$what about players who never 3bet jam [or only 3bet jam monsters] at 12-15bbs. i find a lot of passive players who just flat or fold at these depths, and they tend to be loose.
the adjustment i've tried is jamming the bottom end of my usual min/raise calling [hands like K9s, Q9s etc], using chubukov to see which hands of my minr/fold hands i can unexploitably jam and folding out the junkiest part of my minr/fold range to keep my overall ranges stronger when the inevitiable flat comes.
is this a good exploitative strat, or are there better adjustments against loose-passive players in the endgame? feel like i'm often putting too many chips at risk for small gains against opps i have an edge against. is it skates that says that eg 30 chips won with a small risk are worth more than 40 chips won with a bigger risk.