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Hero Folding at the Micros: Part 1 - The River

Adam Jones 6,516 Views 31:48 Duration

5/5 (4 Reviews)
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I am of British nationality and go by the online alias w34z3l. I am considered one of the top consultants in the field for technical analysis (i.e. database work) and application of game theory concepts to various card games. I make a range of educational content (including the videos and articles here) helping players, software designers and card game enthusiasts to take their strategic understanding to the next level. My background in teaching helps me to communicate concepts effectively and clearly.Whether you are looking to generate a full-blown understanding of optimal strategy or simply pick up the skills to surprise your friends in a home game, feel free to contact me through the message system.

Good folding is extremely important to micro-stakes success! In this 2-Part video series from coach Adam 'w34z3l' Jones, we look to Increase our win rate by successfully finding folds in some close situations. 

Part 1 covers River Play, and our efficiency of calling on the river and other river spots.

Watch Part 2 here (Other postflop spots)

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5/5 (4 Reviews)

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stubbtoe

stubbtoe

5/5

Honestly will save my blue line in the future. Thanks for reviewing our hands and stats and coming up with this series!

on 4/6/16

pokerruudje

pokerruudje

5/5

Thanks W34z3l. I go run some filters on HEM2

on 6/3/16

RuiVieira

RuiVieira

5/5

Excellent

on 15/2/16

Skift71

Skift71

5/5

very helpful, covered every aspect of the river play, esp oop, clear and concise, thank you, Adam

on 29/1/16

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ChrisLawn

ChrisLawnon 28/2/17

This is an excellent video. I've been making huge mistakes in some of these spots so it will will certainly save me some cash

justcallmyname

justcallmynameon 11/8/15

Food for thoughts...ive been making lots of mistakes it looks like!...I thought I called down players a bit loose sometimes.

Jdean

Jdeanon 13/7/15

This is one of my biggest leaks so thanks Weasel. Only thing I didnt like was our tiny 1/8 pot bet on the AAKQJ board with the A4o - this can raised with any 2 all day long profitably as we have basically admitted we have a weak Ace or Kx. Maybe its a check/fold or a check/call if villain bets tiny and we have probably split pot. I dunno, interesting spot I suppose.

w34z3l

w34z3lon 29/4/15

@viper - we should look at the pot odds naturally, but keep in mind that if we hold a pure bluffcatcher it still comes down to opponents bluffing frequency. And unfortunately the smaller our opponent raises the less likely he is to be bluffing in many situations. So ultimately our pot odds may not actually be that relevant.

Viper

Viperon 20/4/15

Adam, besides the concepts you explained here, do you take in consideration sometimes pot odds? I mean... when you hold these hands and villains bets small, how about if you have to win 1/4th of the time in order to BE? Isn't justified to call no matter the concepts explained?

Sophie102

Sophie102on 17/4/15

Great video just found one of my leaks. Just put everything into perspective.

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