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How To Study Poker In 15 minutes: Board Texture Part 3

Nick Whitton 5,409 Views 24:23 Duration

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Nick Whitton
Nick Whitton
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Nick has been a true microstakes grinder playing 10,000's of hands at each level of the microstakes. He has a growing win rate due to his hard work ethic and passion for the game. Nick has become familiar with almost every site which gives him a great insight into all playing styles. His knowledge on the basics of poker is fresh and suited well to todays game with a combination of feel and EV calculations. With a microstakes tournament win, SnG experience and currently crushing cash games, Nick feels he is becoming a well rounded player and is keen to share with you all of his knowledge!     

Poker is not easy, it takes a minute to learn but a lifetime to master...well that's at least what people say. We believe studying just 15 minutes per day will take your game to the next level. In this episode Nick discusses how to play post flop across a mixture of board textures including playing both in position and out of position.


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Good stuff.

on 17/9/16




Great video, really enjoying the series. Any idea when the next installment is coming?

on 8/9/16




Another nice installment Nick. Not really an exercise I would have thought to do, but can really see how it would help you construct your post flop ranges into betting, x/c, x/r, x/f. Was curious on the 97s hand that you did that had 23% equity. Cant remember the exact board. I think it was the Q84 board. The exact hand you put in had BDFD and BDSD. Is that something you would put into your betting range since it has such low equity. It has good back doors that you could barrel with the right turn cards. Certainly can't x/c that hand. Seems to me it would be a bet or x/f. I hear all this stuff about polarizing your ranges, so just curious if that would fall into the bluff side of a polarized betting range in a spot like that. I think that would be the next area after this that one would need to work on: how to decide which hands you are putting into the various post flop ranges. Like the QT on the A2T board makes a lot of sense as a x/c OOP. Probably not a hand that you are 3 barreling, but you are ahead of all the PPs, except TT, as they dont have JJ+ in most cases, as well as most unpaired hands. Ax, KT and 2p+ are all that really have you crushed. Would love to see a vid on the thought process and reasoning behind some of these decisions. Well Done!!

on 25/7/16


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