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Paul 'lnternet' Otto, Mid-High Stakes 6-Max & Heads-Up Cash Game Coach & All Around Soul-Destroyer at PokerVIP.com Paul Otto has consistently been within the top 10 winners at Ongame throughout 2010/2011. He Plays the 6-max, 3-max as well as the occasional Heads Up games at stakes 2/4 - 5/10, with higher stakes mixed in on occasion.  He’s also enjoyed a few EPT cashes, making him a very well rounded player with a self-proclaimed loose aggressive style. For those of you who frequent the TwoPlusTwo forums, you may recognise Paul under the alias ‘Internet’. He’s a well respected member of the world’s largest online poker forum, and is leading the war against online bots at the Ongame network. I think you’ll agree his graph, win rate and other statistics for the year 2011 speaks for themselves. Paul is clearly a player at the top of his game:  Paul Otto has consistently been within the top 10 winners at Ongame throughout 2010/2011. He Plays the 6-max, 3-max as well as the occasional Heads Up games at stakes 2/4 - 5/10, with higher stakes mixed in on occasion.  He’s also enjoyed a few EPT cashes, making him a very well rounded player with a self-proclaimed loose aggressive style. For those of you who frequent the TwoPlusTwo forums, you may recognise Paul under the alias ‘Internet’. He’s a well respected member of the world’s largest online poker forum, and is leading the war against online bots at the Ongame network. I think you’ll agree his graph, win rate and other statistics for the year 2011 speaks for themselves. Paul is clearly a player at the top of his game. Coaching Rates $400 per 90minute session. $250 first time to try out. If you're interested in personal coaching from Paul, please submit a request here.

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Second installment of this 'Zoom' live commentary series from 'lnternet' at $2/5 on Pokerstars. 

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on 25/1/13

@Trollord, play better starting hands, problem solved

lnternet

lnterneton 29/12/12

RE texaco. Yes basically. This is no fool proof way of constructing a 3bet range. But the main argument of having a polarized 3bet structured in a way that the value side continues to a 4bet and the bluff side folds to it seems logical. And then to make 4bet bluffs about break even we go about 50:50 value:bluff. There is certainly other ways to construct 3bet range but this seems convincing enough to me that I typically do it like that.

trollord59

trollord59on 16/11/12

I wish i ran as good as you. I keep getting coolered with set over set, king high flush vs ace high flush, straight vs straights TpTK vs Sets so aggrovating.

Gascoigne

Gascoigneon 12/11/12

Paul, you make playing poker look so easy. Love your style. More videos please!

texaco

texacoon 23/10/12

another que about BB-UTG 3bet. You say you add same amount of bluffs to match your value range. Does that come from his 4bet bluff odds and we keep this ratio to cut his 4bet bluff profits? Or what if not ?

lnternet

lnterneton 17/10/12

Re Babaar: The sizing is not always that easy unfortunately. There is always several reasons that go into everything. What is your range, what is his range, how much money do hands in your range want to bet for value? (in some cases, how much do they want to bet as a bluff?) Axx I like to bet small in general because most non-Ax hands have trouble continuing vs any bet size. 3bet pots require smaller sizing in general because of shallow stacks Q64 single raised IP I am not 100% sure on how I want to construct my ranges, so I'll pass on that one.

lnternet

lnterneton 17/10/12

Re Love2Squirt: Blind vs UTG you 3bet maybe 3% for value, so you can only bluff another 3% or so. Since you can call none of K9s KQo and 54s, you should 3bet the best ones you are folding, and that clearly K9s or KQo before 54s.

koalauser

koalauseron 14/10/12

i like how you play. Very clean. I would prob. just call the 5bet w AK deep ip, because when he calls we are dead, we might play pretty good ip underreping our hand with quite a bit of money to play for.

Love2Squirt

Love2Squirton 13/10/12

42:40 table 2: you mention that 45s is too weak to 3bet sb vs utg minopen. I always thought that you had to 3bet polarized OOP vs a strong range, so I guess I missunderstand something. How should I construct a 3bet OOP range vs an UTG range?

babaar

babaaron 8/10/12

Hey Internet, a very good video as always. I noticed you seem to bet big when your cbet range is polarised between strong hands or air (E.g I think there was a hand where you cbet 80% pot ish in the co v blind caller on a Q64r type flop) So at 10:30 min's you discuss cbetting 88 on an A6d2d flop utg versus a blind caller and end up betting around 1/2 pot to get him to fold his equity share / protect your hand. Because your cbetting a merged range there are you cbetting strong hands and air 1/2 pot ish too? At 17mins you 3bet Q8 otb v co and cbet a K55 for 1/2 pot. Since your cbetting range on the flop is polarised (I assume you don't cbet QQ/JJ/TT?) and your deep stacked wouldn't it be correct to make your cbet on the larger size i.e bigger than 1/2 pot? Cheers! Babaar.

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