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Hero Folding at the Micros: Part 2 - Common Postflop Spots

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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 2 covers other common postflop situations, including those which occur on the flop and turn. We need to be conscious of any hand that is purely a bluff catcher, and to be able to define our opponents value range.

We will look at some lines which often mean our opponent has a nutted hand and some examples.

Watch Part 1 here (River folds)

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UzumakiNaruto

UzumakiNaruto

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thanks bruh

on 12/7/16

pokerruudje

pokerruudje

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Thanks W34z3l! Good stuff

on 7/3/16

RuiVieira

RuiVieira

5/5

Excellent

on 15/2/16

Kuuppo

Kuuppo

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Excellent stuff. Thank you very much!

on 5/6/15

Kuuppo

Kuuppo

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Excellent stuff.

on 5/6/15

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RuiVieira

RuiVieiraon 15/2/16

Hi...minute 21:25 why cbet that size on the turn ? We have position , why not check to see a free river? I cant see any sense of that kind of bet. Could you explain ?

justcallmyname

justcallmynameon 16/8/15

Hi w34z3l...i posted a hand history question on the forum called KQs NL10..i think that hand relates to this video..Would you tell me your opinion about it?...Id like to know if you folded would you fold on the turn or the river?

justcallmyname

justcallmynameon 16/8/15

Hi w34z3l...i posted a hand history question on the forum called KQs NL10..i think that hand relates to this video.

justcallmyname

justcallmynameon 12/8/15

Lots of valuable information again!..would you say that this amainly pplies to stakes till 50nl(including 50nl)?

Jdean

Jdeanon 14/7/15

Again fine analysis, this should help me enormously. I agree with Viper re the AA spot though....I think fold/call is villain dependent.

Viper

Viperon 20/4/15

AA hand, minute 20.34, is it so obvious he is holding a 7, PTs? Couldn't villain be raising turn with flush draws? or KT? Sometimes even with JQ? I think on that particular hand it is possible to call turn, depending on villain...

trollord59

trollord59on 19/4/15

In one of the hands in the first video you had KQ on a K,7,2,7,5 board as long as you're playing a balanced check/call strategy here KQ is not the top of your range.

w34z3l

w34z3lon 19/4/15

@trollord59 feel free to elabourate

trollord59

trollord59on 17/4/15

Alot of the folds you made in those videos are not exploitable.

tonylor

tonyloron 17/4/15

I have to say this is the vedio I'm looking for. because I over call those bet and lose money. when I look back in my database. I ask myself why I not fold that hand?

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