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How I Beat $200nl SNAP On 888Poker

Darius Wajda 8,186 Views 45:47 Duration

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Darius Wajda
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My name is Darius Wajda and I'm 26 year old cash grinder from Canada. I've been playing for 8 years and developed my poker skills playing sit'n'goes and then later on moved to cash games. I play mainly the 6max NLHE 100NL and 200NL games on Pokerstars under the name "CzarDariusz". I play poker part time alongside working as a structural analyst.I stream many of my sessions and discuss strategy on my Twitch stream,

This series sees Twitch sensation and top poker coach KomodoDragonJesus take on the $200nl SNAP games over on 888Poker.

Bringing his 5+ years of experience to the table and playing on conventionally 'tougher' sites KDJ breaks down the players, game feel and uses a mix of strategies to help him make the best in game decisions.


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You make it look so easy.

on 8/9/16


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MilfGrinderon 13/9/16

@13:00 can't we just simplify this turn spot (facing a jam) by just betting more/less flop and turn to be either committed or having an easy fold?


Komododragonjesuson 18/9/16

Yep :D at the time I was thinking more about river bet sizing then my size relative to a villains jam. The pot was also slightly bigger than I expected since villain 3.5x'd pre so I could have adjusted to that better as well.


CrazyCookieon 13/9/16

Don't understand the check with A4hh on T2 9:20? Villain can have so many weak draws Jx in his calling range and I don't fancy giving them a free card. Once he checks OTT I think we now HAVE to bet! Checking here is ludicrous since Jx and all FD that check will call a bet. Just looks like we are giving him a free run to the river to realise our equity. I don't think we get x/r enough here OTF or OTT to warrant checking this back. Complete get checking back to protect our checking range but I would much rather do it when the board isn't so wet and our pair is more vulnerable. Congrats on the son BTW!!


Komododragonjesuson 18/9/16

I think I would have preferred to take this line with an Ax that has a spade in it thus making my hand less vulnerable. Flop you can definitely get value but if I bet every single Ax then I'm super exploitable anytime I check back and on this texture I will be checking back a decent bit. Turn can be a bet but on the 3 flush an aggressive player will checkraise a TON since my range is super capped and that's a terrible spot to be in with such a hand. Its also nice to still have strong hands in range after checking back twice so villain can't just pot every river and win the hand 95+% of the time.


nicamstereoon 8/9/16

Excellent video as always, can I ask why you chose to raise 2.5*, excepting btn rather than 3*, it seems more common to raise 2.5* these days but I am still raising 3* excepting the btn.


Komododragonjesuson 18/9/16

I'm trying out the different sizings right now. Lots of very good players are using the smaller sizings so I'm seeing how I can incorporate them into my game.

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