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10 years and over 10 million hands of cash game poker Jon-PokerVIP brings a wealth of experience to team VIP. If he isn't winning 150k a month prop hands challenges  then he will be probably posting in our forum, streaming on twitch or making coaching content for our members including over 100 free member hand review videos. You will find Jon playing midstakes games on all popular euro sites including Sky Poker, Microgaming and Unibet. You will find under names: TwerkMileyTwerk, Facepalm and PTJon. His straight forward idiot proof approach has helped Jon climb the levels over the years and has also helped him in the live poker arena recently finalling the Irish Open & the UKIPT.  Jon's top tips on how to succeed in Poker:  Take time to learn the game. Make the most of our poker school resources.  Be part of our forum community. Being surrounded by players in your shoes and then also by members who have succeeded will help you with your growth and motivation for the game. Play lots! Volume is key! Always think before acting. 2 seconds extra thinking can turn a losing play into a winning one.  Work harder than the next person. Just like anything whoever works the hardest will achieve the most. Have fun. Playing long hours of poker everyday can take its toll. Make sure you keep some love for the game and enjoy your days off. 

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Part 1 of 6 - Jon takes to the tables at William Hill, to show us once again How to Crush the Micros! With no HUD usage, he shows us how a simple ABC strategy makes money and discusses subjects such as... 
In the first 2 installments of this series, Jon takes on 4nl, followed by 2x 10nl videos, ending the series with 2x 20nl videos, so make sure to stay tuned! Catch part 2 here!

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4.9/5 (9 Reviews)

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Grocker6

Grocker6

5/5

Awesome video showing that you can still use some more advanced plays at the micro levels. Lessons on how to bluff and keeping an eye on player types so that we know how to play them based on their previous actions at the table.

on 27/3/16

orkaans

orkaans

5/5

Nice video.

on 1/2/16

Exposured

Exposured

5/5

The all spade board where you bluff with 8-10 is just awesome. Great line there. Learned alot from this video. Definitely will watch the other parts. Thanks Jon!

on 26/1/16

Skift71

Skift71

5/5

wonderful review, energetic author, very clear, logical and down to point train of thought

on 23/1/16

pokerruudje

pokerruudje

4/5

Thanks Jon for the video. After the serie you can make a video with lose play :) Also with 3bet IP Thanks

on 20/1/16

Kolyma

Kolyma

5/5

Very instructive or informative (french speaking here) and thanks for sharing!

on 19/1/16

Cookie Monster

Cookie Monster

5/5

Another solid Jon video. My game took off after watching all of his videos. Keep 'em coming.

on 17/1/16

alextrep88

alextrep88

5/5

Awesome video! I learned a couple of new things! Thx for sharing Jon! :)

on 15/1/16

colly191091

colly191091

5/5

Brilliant :D Another series to look forward to! Love these!

on 14/1/16

Pwll

Pwll

5/5

Ok so I haven't played WH for ages and this was interesting. It seems the games have gotten better! I know I'm supposed to come in with a lot of strategy questions but I just like seeing someone play and having fun doing it, which is what you get with coach Jon, something many of us microstakes players need reminding of after a few tough days - have fun, learn sure, but have fun learning! I was going to give this 4 stars because I thought the pace was a little quick maybe for nl4 players, then I remembered I can 'replay!' Lol 5 stars it is then!

on 13/1/16

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Cookie Monster

Cookie Monsteron 17/1/16

If you were playing against all regs, would you still min raise the button? Wouldn't they start defending/playing back more frequently and making life more difficult?

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIPon 19/1/16

Yes i would stick to min raising. Once they adjust and start to 'play back' what i could do to re-adjust is change my opening range, 4bet more frequently, defend more vs 3Bets and float more post flop. Alternatively i could just change seats or move tables.

colly191091

colly191091on 14/1/16

21.00 8T - EPIC! I dont have the balls for bluffs like these!

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIPon 15/1/16

Yeh it looks a lot better/worse than it actually is. Basically just from start to finish villain didn't rep anything of strong value. Limp called pre - could be any 2. Bet min/called raise - doesn't show huge strength and then most importantly he checked the river. When players like this hit they normally pot bet it or at least bet something so this was another 'tell' i picked up on to make my decision to go all in. Also i made sure the pot was never huge and i still could make a large 'scary' jam on the river so even if he has mid spades it would be a very tough decision and a bad call for him to make in the long run.

Pwll

Pwllon 13/1/16

Table 3 29:40 AcJc These situations are always tricky for us micro players, hate folding, hate overcalling, but squeezing has already shown us these two don't like to fold preflop. Is overcalling much worse than squeezing here? We still need to hit hard in the middle versus these two I think whatever we do. Yes, I understand the pot will be huge when we do hit it hard making it easy to play, but do we hit it hard often enough would be my question. Thanks. :)

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIPon 15/1/16

Not much worse at all and probably pretty close to being on par. AJ os i would squeeze however as we have less possibilities post flop.

Pwll

Pwllon 13/1/16

12:20 Table 4 Kh8d Why not barrel the turn and at least control the pot a bit if villain does have us beat or had a spade or pp he got sticky with? Ppl like to call on paired boards to hit a FH and flush draws with one to come. We can always chk behind river or chk/f if villain bets out too big? We are stuck calling a pot bet otherwise which was fair enough since we did encourage the bet. Thanks. :)

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIPon 15/1/16

Just from experience i find we generally just get a ton of folds or create a big pot when we are holding the 2nd best hand. So i prefer to check thinking i can get river value as my line is less believable, control the pot size and also be able to just call any bet on the river so i induce.

Kashclicks

Kashclickson 13/1/16

4:38 interesting float Q7s on 593r, 2 bd st8drws, 1 bd fd 29:08 super re-iso 4 bet w QT, took down the pot pre seemed to be a few spots where kind of forced to check and give up, but so did they, and sometimes carried on and lost another street or 2.

Jon-PokerVIP

Jon-PokerVIPon 15/1/16

Thanks buddy. We have plenty of backdoors with the Q7 and we can rep turns and rivers well.

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