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  • The idea of betting with the bdfd and checking without comes from recent solver work. And yes I I think that this is a decent spot to go for 3 barrels here with the understanding that if the board does not runout with an least 1 card above a ten, y…
  • No never a fold you play it fine. Bart
  • Ok we will look into this and get it fixed. Bart
  • @cajunDragon this short cut only seems to open up discussions that are started by a person as opposed to all posts made by a user. Do you know how to find all posts made by a user?
  • No it was not Adam Schwartz, lol.
  • When you get to this spot multi-way you have to play more straightforward. Even though you can bet a robust range for small sizing HU, against two opponents I would usually check this back on the flop. I disagree, with most here in the river I think…
  • Don’t be afraid to check fold in the river, especially against players that aren’t turning hands into a bluff. KQ is just going to check back at the end and you lose to any seven or a jack. I also don’t think any two pair hand is folding. Just check…
  • This isn’t really the way to make money at this level. Preflop is most likely a fold if you limped with the people behind you, and I would not continue after this flop, especially multi-way. Just concentrate and getting value from your hands and n…
  • @N3bULA Im not sure about what happened but your subscription did not go through. That is why you are only seeing the samples and why you don't have a subscriber badge here. Just go to subscribe here and try the process over again. Bart
  • I agree with @GlenJones It’s really tough to give these guys the credit for fastplaying a set or raising 54 in the flop as a semibluff. Villain is almost playing the hand like he has a J accept for the river bet. Almost like this is some stupid ha…
  • [spoiler]hand was in the podcast from 7-17-19. Hero raises to 8200 on the river, gets called and is good.[/spoiler]
  • Main Event Jeff Copeland -- 365th -- $34,845 Chris Roberts -- 448 $30,780
  • In hand 1 I would probably just fold on the flop. Your low is most likely dead (solely going for half) and there is a very good chance someone has at least an 8 here, or AK and diamonds. Hand 2 is tricky. The shallower you are the better this h…
  • Snap shove is good.. But when you turn all the call function it assumes that your opponent is shoving with the right hands. You will have to adjust if you think that they are shoving tighter than optimal (most live players) or more loose. Bart
  • You cant fold AKs here for less than 25bbs. Some crazy things have to happen to fold AKos at less than 25bbs but this is just an open and a rejam. Its actually a great scenario for you as you are most likely flipping vs a pair or dominate AQ. In …
  • Ive played in this tourney every year (3 years) that its been offered and have gone deep all three times. It's a great event with a single re entry. The "special" part of the event is that the big bet rounds of PLO8 and Big O are actually half as …
  • In theory it doesnt make any difference how many BBs you have unless you are close to the bubble. In practice if your table is very soft and you think you can pick up a lot of ships without showdown you could pass on the very very marginal calls, b…
    in Push/Fold chart Comment by Bart June 11
  • After coming to the WSOP its to be expected. Ive seen guys thrown in the 75-150 O8 game that have never dealt before in their lives. The way to tell if somebody is a real asshole is if they get mad at these dealers. There is nothing to do but help…
  • Which events are you going to play in? I know that you have had a lot of success in tourneys where many on the site sort of have a bad taste in their mouths from bricking so many (including me at times). Bart
  • Shane;119088" said:Does CLP plan on offering any training for short deck? Not at the moment. It could be something we do as a one off in the future but I dont know how much of a demand there is. Bart
  • @eyehaityou OP's hand is 61% against a random A2T.
  • I dont like a lead here. And I do think its probably a fold preflop but its close. Check and hope it gets checked through. Then you can use variable sizing on the turn possibly followed up by an all-in on the river if he calls and you miss. If he…
  • kasspav;119035" said:[quote="Bart;119030"][quote="kasspav;119029"]What happens when the stacker is outside the US with taxes?? It was enough of a pain in the ass for me during my first package that I no longer allowed people to buy if they werent US…
    in Staking and Taxes Comment by Bart June 1
  • I probably would yes. Its going to be unlikely that the villain has a king here unless its K :s: X :s: but you block a lot of the spade draws. I would probably go $75-$100 or you could polarize all-in if you thunk that that will get you more fold …
  • I would say mostly 5-10 at about a $1500 to $2000 buy in equivalent. At that level, maybe $25-$75 per hour depending on the game, size players time of day etc. Bart
  • @headhunter Im not sure if the previous posters know this is high low or what. @msk Its big O you arent calling preflop with A4299 with the nut suit on the button? Anyways you could probably just get it in here on the flop as in a worst case sce…
  • What does "crushing online" mean?
    in 2019: Oback2 Comment by Bart June 1
  • kasspav;119029" said:What happens when the stacker is outside the US with taxes?? It was enough of a pain in the ass for me during my first package that I no longer allowed people to buy if they werent US citizens. Like the staker has to get an ITI…
    in Staking and Taxes Comment by Bart May 30