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Internet - $500NL Zoom Live - Episode 1

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Paul 'lnternet' Otto, Mid-High Stakes 6-Max & Heads-Up Cash Game Coach & All Around Soul-Destroyer at PokerVIP.com Paul Otto has consistently been within the top 10 winners at Ongame throughout 2010/2011. He Plays the 6-max, 3-max as well as the occasional Heads Up games at stakes 2/4 - 5/10, with higher stakes mixed in on occasion.  He’s also enjoyed a few EPT cashes, making him a very well rounded player with a self-proclaimed loose aggressive style. For those of you who frequent the TwoPlusTwo forums, you may recognise Paul under the alias ‘Internet’. He’s a well respected member of the world’s largest online poker forum, and is leading the war against online bots at the Ongame network. I think you’ll agree his graph, win rate and other statistics for the year 2011 speaks for themselves. Paul is clearly a player at the top of his game:  Paul Otto has consistently been within the top 10 winners at Ongame throughout 2010/2011. He Plays the 6-max, 3-max as well as the occasional Heads Up games at stakes 2/4 - 5/10, with higher stakes mixed in on occasion.  He’s also enjoyed a few EPT cashes, making him a very well rounded player with a self-proclaimed loose aggressive style. For those of you who frequent the TwoPlusTwo forums, you may recognise Paul under the alias ‘Internet’. He’s a well respected member of the world’s largest online poker forum, and is leading the war against online bots at the Ongame network. I think you’ll agree his graph, win rate and other statistics for the year 2011 speaks for themselves. Paul is clearly a player at the top of his game. Coaching Rates $400 per 90minute session. $250 first time to try out. If you're interested in personal coaching from Paul, please submit a request here.

Paul 'lnternet' Otto tries his hand at the new 'Zoom' poker variant which is now available across many online poker rooms. If you want to try your hand at one of the softer rooms offering Zoom poker, try out StanJames Poker, one of the largest bookmakers in the UK

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ArtyMcFly

ArtyMcFlyon 2/3/15

The 55 hand at about 38:00 is one of the weirdest 500NL hands I've ever seen. 4 players seeing the river after betting on every street is remarkable, and it's clear that a low set is no good (it was the 4th best hand) but the two guys showing up with 32s is so strange.

BigBlackClock

BigBlackClockon 27/7/13

as for player dynamics if you are a regular there will be dynamics between other regs esp over time since a database will build very quickly due to h/hr.

lnternet

lnterneton 24/8/12

re: babaar We hope he checks back river, in which case we win usually. And that will happen a good amount. If he bets again, I think we have a somewhat easy fold. Not that he is never bluffing, but our hand is just too weak to put in 3 bets with. When it's close you can also err on the side of loose/aggro for image purposes. You can err on the side of caution, sure. It's close doesn't matter too much :).

babaar

babaaron 30/7/12

So after you've c/c called the turn how would you decide if to call a river bet? A lot of the times we're almost left just guessing. Since the turn is very close between c/c and a fold shouldn't we err on the side of caution and fold the turn to avoid making a bigger mistake on the river?

lnternet

lnterneton 28/7/12

re: James, noted re: babaar I think he can have AQ,KQ floats which bet turn, as well as just be betting 33-77, 8x for protection (or to set up turn river bluff). And if we are beat by a set or TT we still have a good deal of outs. As such our equity on the turn is too big to check fold. River play will be uncomfortable which clearly hurts us, but I don't think playing bluffcatcher on the river bad enough to make us fold turn.

babaar

babaaron 27/7/12

Good vid as always. One question. At 46:15 you cbet 8d2c4dJd and plan to check call the flush turn because you can't value bet it. I agree with this. However I'm struggling to see how a turn c/c can be profitable. Against his value range you have very low equity and against his bluff range your probably not going to get to showdown often enough to realise you equity anyway.

Gascoigne

Gascoigneon 26/7/12

Excellent video. Would be great if we could watch more Zoom content!

giannis

giannison 26/7/12

zoom just take out the advantage of skilled players and u realie more to the hand stength

TwiceT

TwiceTon 25/7/12

well played sir :) weird hand when you had 55 :D

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