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Bitesize Poker Concept - Implied Odds

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Jack Wilcox
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Tragically, Jack passed away after a motorbiking accident in Thailand on the 6th February 2012. When I last spoke to Jack he said he was happy & enjoying life, and in all my experiences with Jack he's been nothing less than a genuine, friendly and happy guy. He gave so much to the online poker community through his frequent contributions to TwoPlusTwo and through his coaching endeavours to help others improve at the game which he loved.  A truly kind & sincere person, he'll be sorely missed by us all, and my thoughts go out to his family and loved ones. RIP Jack. Jack Wilcox was key to the success of iPokerVIP Coaching, and the materials he produced brought enjoyment to thousands of fellow players. When I recently asked Jack for a few more pictures of himself for the site, he sent me 3 pictures: 1 of him in swim trunks on a beautiful Thai island, 1 of him white water rafting with friends & 1 of him and a friend skiing. I feel like that alone says a lot about Jack, his happiness and his attitude toward life. Jack “Hoodlincs” Wilcox is a professional online poker player from the UK. He began playing poker in Jan2009 at NL25 6max and moved through the stakes that year to NL400 in June and was taking shots at NL1k by October 2009. Jack graduated from University in 2010 whilst still playing online poker, and began playing 6-max rush when it was introduced on FTP. After Black Friday, Jack moved his action on to the Euro networks with iPokerVIP and intensified his involvement in coaching players, where he’s now enjoying new found success coaching players right up to the Mid-stakes. Jack knows in depth about the common mistakes and leaks made by even successful players up to the mid-stakes, and is able to articulate the concepts he teaches very well. 

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Jack teaches us about Implied Odds in this bitesize, information packed video.

Part 2: Fold Equity

Part 3:Value Betting the River

Part 4:Bet Bluffing


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Daniloon 15/1/16

Nice one!


nicamstereoon 11/11/13

I too was so sad to learn of Jacks passing. I had watched a lot of his videos on you tube before coming here and they are great to learn from. Jack has left a great deal of knowledge, RIP Jack.


Garyon 14/9/13

OMG awww so sad sorry for his passing.....watched quite a few videos and his were best not just saying this really mean it

googled and now im even sadder only 22 my sincere condolences to your family and you have left a piece of work to help others so will never be forgotten

not watched this video or read comments too upset right now


Chrizzmeisteron 25/8/13

i feel like this is also not the case on lower stakes, poeple just dont get off their hands


Chrizzmeisteron 25/8/13

i feel like this is also not the case on lower stakes, poeple just dont get off their hands


Jamieon 26/6/12

Thanks for the replies Jack. Always trying to help. We won't forget you. RIP.


giannison 27/2/12

hello jack i wanna ask if is profitable to call suit connector vs a bad player that have a good reads on him?


babaaron 10/1/12

Ok cool, no worries! I hadn't really thought of it like that but you make a good point. I recognised you from 2 2 too which was why I was watching. Wasn't sure if you recognised the name. Gl!

on 8/1/12

I assumed you were beating 2/4 as recognise you from 2p2 forums and you're a good poster. you have to remember that the target audience for these videos aren't people who beat mid-stakes - I think telling someone like a NL100 grinder to start flatting 45s on the button vs a utg reg is going to make him leak a ton of money.


babaaron 4/1/12

Hey Jack, Im really surprised you say that. I checked my database (all 400nl ) and even weaker s.c like 45s are pretty profitable calls otb v an utg open

on 27/12/11

@ alpheana - most opponents won't barrel anywhere near 100% so if their barrel is say 60% then we still have the option of a free river 40% of the time, and also if we bink the turn then we have 2 opportunities to get value (either betting/ raising turn, or betting/raising the river), so if he doe happen to have a strong hand himself then our implied odds are much higher when we call flop than when we call turn.

@ babaar - for 100bb, hands like 45s are terrible to cold-call with from button vs a good utg opener because his range is just too strong and we have to make up too much in terms of equity. too often we flop a draw and peel then fold turn, or flop a pair to peel and fold turn. or the draw hits and he finds a check-fold with some marginal hands which worse players would bet, or check-call with etc.


alphaenaon 23/12/11

in 08:30 you say

"a flush/open ender is about 35% to hit by the river [..] we only need to win 3 times our investment [..] we alwas have implied odds to call on the flop"

but this assumes we see the turn card free. when i look at my hold em manager replayer with a 3/4 PSB by my opponent I need 30% to call and I have only 18% to hit on the turn hence it is wrong to chase a flush or straight draw. where am i wrong?


babaaron 19/12/11

Are you really saying to fold 45s otb versus a 3x or even a 4x utg open?

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