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How to study effectively?
Sounds good man! Best of luck :D bump is it possible for me to edit my first post i realize i've written some errors :) cant seem to find the edit button lol
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88XIN88
Mar 31st, 2017
Poker people on twitter/ cool blogs
Hey guys I just opened up a new you tube channel to help players improve there game. Now you might be wondering why I am doing this. Last year I was robbed being robbed by a close "friend" I met here on p5s who lived in my city. I trusted him and a few other people who were life drainers. My health and finances quickly depleted. I went from hero to zero. Instead of giving up and letting this pain define me I want to turn it into my power. If any of my videos provide you value, please drop a comment, like and subscribe. Thank you & have a wonderful day.
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88XIN88
Mar 29th, 2017
How to study effectively?
Hello Samj123. I would recommend to use the 100x buy-in rule for MTT's and then just put in massive volume and try to have fun with the game and experiment what works best for you. I've always just recently opened up a youtube channel yesterday providing coaching for free. I know this will make the games tougher but I want to give back to community after being robbed by SHAK last year I know how it feels to be hurt so thats why im offering this for free. Check it out I hope it provides you some value. In my opinion the #1 skill a player can have is bankroll management. Goodl luck.
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88XIN88
Mar 29th, 2017
Poker training *question for the mods*
Its on Youtube 3 part series.
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88XIN88
Mar 28th, 2017
Poker training *question for the mods*
Sup mods Am I allowed to post poker training here' Like a personal review of one of my tournaments for free'
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88XIN88
Mar 28th, 2017
Article: SUNDAY MAJORS: 'C Darwin2' Wins PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up
Survival of the fittest ~ Charles Darwin. Congrats bro.
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88XIN88
Feb 13th, 2017
Article: Igor Kurganov Joins Team PokerStars Pro
Congrats Igor!
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88XIN88
Feb 11th, 2017
Article: Sacheen Ramchandani Chasing Poker Dream from India to The Bahamas
Good luck dude!
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88XIN88
Jan 10th, 2017
Article: Daniel Negreanu Sets High Expectations For 2017
I got a great idea lets raise the rake.#RaiseIt
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88XIN88
Jan 5th, 2017
KQs - Bounty builder 162 facing all in
Whats luck' What doesnt matter' And what isnt up to me'
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88XIN88
Jan 2nd, 2017
KQs - Bounty builder 162 facing all in
honestly had 0 info and i don't use hud unfortunately. I think suited its a call and offsuit its a fold because of the bounty equity. we should have at least 40% vs his range but ICM says fold for sure
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88XIN88
Dec 31st, 2016
KQs - Bounty builder 162 facing all in
PokerStars Hand #163803860060: Tournament #1767974131, $75+$75+$12 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level XVIII (300/600) - 2016/12/30 20:50:17 MT [2016/12/30 22:50:17 ET] Table '1767974131 8' 9-max Seat #4 is the button Seat 1: 249631863 (18223 in chips, $281.25 bounty) Seat 2: H0LDiT (13276 in chips, $131.25 bounty) Seat 3: I3ubblejo87 (7600 in chips, $75 bounty) Seat 4: almapenada10 (6288 in chips, $112.50 bounty) Seat 6: Pseudo Fruto (29445 in chips, $243.75 bounty) Seat 7: Nba-Slam (31252 in chips, $262.50 bounty) Seat 8: Ayya10258 (11387 in chips, $131.25 bounty) Seat 9: 88Xin88 ...
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88XIN88
Dec 30th, 2016
is this a huge error?
fold pre. as played attempt a flop raise at least if your gonna defend T2 lol
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88XIN88
Dec 28th, 2016
TT on 987 flop, $27 bounty tournament
ah blinds are 100/200 u raised 458 i see not too high but man is that replayer the worst ive ever seen lol. anyway, as played you won the pot and took it down but the line you took is 100% sub-optimal over 1000 hands.
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88XIN88
Nov 24th, 2016
Big 27 - Late Stages with J10o in the BB
well if he checks back flop he usually didnt connect on average so if you raise the turn on a K798 board and he has pairs like 22,33,44,55 or Ax+ he cant combat your raise so therefore you check call turn and you check raise river allowing him to bluff rivers. The key here is to remember he checked back flop and he has air a high % of the time here. Very rarely will someone be trapping and checking back sets or premium hands because of the board texture.
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88XIN88
Nov 24th, 2016
99 vs sb - too spewy?
you will think im trolling but this is an easy shove pre. as played check fold flop or cbet check fold turn.
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88XIN88
Nov 24th, 2016
TPGK & 2nd nut flush draw facing turn shove. Thoughts?
as played, i donk call turn expecting him to show up with alot of AQ AK as well and AJ/QQ+ too best play is obviously reshove flop to protect from ugly turn cards like the one that landed on the turn.
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88XIN88
Nov 24th, 2016
Girlfriend & poker
Use the search feature on p5's and 2p2 you will find some old threads with the same question with tons of responses you may find useful. glgl
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88XIN88
Nov 24th, 2016
Big 44 - Am I a nit?
AQ off suit think about it based off history. If no reads if you are really desperate to stay in u can fold. AQ suited snap reshove. You are playing for the win not to mincash.
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88XIN88
Nov 23rd, 2016
Advice on this spot MTT $5
Flat in position
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88XIN88
Nov 18th, 2016
TT on 987 flop, $27 bounty tournament
ok my bad he led bet because hes weak. usually people arent leading a strong range. Its very rare. i exclude 67 because your raise is massive pre and hes out of position. Yeah he could have flushdraws but i bet he check raises those. Jx if your flatting would lead yeah i could see it and yeah some people go for streets of value with made hands but i agree they would check with made hands most of the time. glgl
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88XIN88
Nov 17th, 2016
Big 44 early stage - bad fold?
3bet the original raiser pre. As played you still call this all-in because most of the time he is trying to isolate the shortstack to get 1v1
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88XIN88
Nov 17th, 2016
TT on 987 flop, $27 bounty tournament
flop raise is good. turn raise is bad, check call turn. most hands hes gonna float you on the flop with are going to include JX for the str8 combo connection. expecting him to showdown QJ J9 J8 KJ AJ JX 9Q etc
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88XIN88
Nov 16th, 2016
2 pair facing a river shove
check call river. as played ill check how he played all his old hands and if i cant i probably fold but its probably a call vs the aggro players of today.
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88XIN88
Nov 12th, 2016
Three hands from today's session that I wasn't sure about...
yeah im digging the triple barrel idea with the 5 to fold q's. As per the check raise turn its fine cause hes gonna have a ton of pairs and pair + str8 draws which help you shutdown his massive equity + you charge him the proper price to make him draw if he hasnt already flopped it which they usually havent.
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88XIN88
Nov 12th, 2016
Three hands from today's session that I wasn't sure about...
Hand #1: 3bet to 89.xxx Hand #2: I'd personally check back the turn but i like the heart. Hand#3: bet flop bigger and check shove turn
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88XIN88
Nov 12th, 2016
Live $300 - 13BBs
with A4s you have to decide preflop either its a fold or a shove. GIVEN that the raise is VS. EP and you still have a ton of action behind you this makes it a clear fold since you start the hand with 13 bbs and not something like 50bbs where you can flat in position. FOLD!
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88XIN88
Nov 11th, 2016
PLO---Nuts on turn....river changes everyhing but less then half pot bet left
well personally id reraise the nuts on the turn too HOWEVER if you see you are constantly running into the nuts by the river then pot control the turns ( which sounds insane ) to see what kind of river falls so you can make easier decisions by the river without the pot being bloated. In all honesty though, I think potting the turn or betting huge with the nuts is smart and its just unlucky that you are getting outdrawn. IMO sounds like you need to drop stakes if its bothering you OR pot control turns like i said and re-evaluate rivers.
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88XIN88
Nov 11th, 2016
Article: Team PokerStars Online Kevin Martin Shining in New Reality
Good job Kevin Martin im happy for your success!
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88XIN88
Nov 6th, 2016
sigh
The trick is to keep playing like this with low buy-ins to make sure your volume is high and then boom you hit a score and rinse repeat climb the stakes. everyone goes through this, its apart of the game. VOLUME! + LOW BUY-INS = LESS FEAR = $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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88XIN88
Sep 9th, 2016