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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.

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Smebb

Smebbon 27/9/14

he's amazing!

Love2Squirt

Love2Squirton 26/10/12

10:40, MP loose reg opens, we are CO K9s 100bb. We could fold, but we probably want to 3bet like a 10-12% range here, and K9s is probably in that range. How to construct this range? Why this amount of 3bets? He calls, flop 899s. Check back AK, AQ, AJ often here, so it is not retarded to check back once in a while. We c-bet ½ pot, so be able to get stacks in by 3 streets. For a check back, rather take a hand like T9 or 97, since it plays fine if the straight cards come in. Also vs 9x K9 plays better, since it dominates 9x, and 97, T9 don’t. 18:18, we open K6o BTN, bb calls. Flop 279 2tone, and we cbet ¾ pot. Why is this standard? Why do we c-bet ¾ pot? What is our plan for later streets if he calls? Do we also bet if we think he is going to c/r a lot? 25:00, we open K8o BTN, bb calls, who has a really wide range, 33% call open in bb. Villain has probably a range of like Axo, K9o, K8o type of hands. Flop 654r, since we have gutshot and 2 overs, and villain misses this board a lot. How to adjust if you think villain is going to c/r a lot since you also miss this flop a lot? Also, why again ¾ pot? Isn’t this a dry board where you want to bluff a lot, and therefore want to use a smaller betsizing? 27:45, we open K2s CO, btn calls. Flop 952 2tone, we flop bdfd. Why do we c-bet? What is a good range to c-bet here, and how do we construct this range? How should we adjust if we think to get raised a lot on this flop? 30:22 What is a good raising range on a flop like this 100bb deep? 34:31, villain minopens BTN, we call K7s bb. Flop K72 3tone. Do you have a c/r range on this flop? How do you decide this? Should we have a c/c range if we think that villain checks behind a lot? I mean, maybe it makes sense to turn our entire c/c range into our leading range if we think that he checks behind a lot. 38:50, we open AQo CO, btn 3bets. We 4bet and GII, since his range seems wide, even though we don’t have a large sample of 1k hands. What about 4bet/folding if you think he has a lot of bluffs and a small valuerange? What about 4bet/folding if you think his range is depolarized? What about calling if you think his range is depolarized? How do you construct a calling range OOP?

lnternet

lnterneton 5/3/12

1.) Not always, but it's my default. People are trending towards 4bet-or-fold when getting 3bet by someone behind them. And if someone only raise-or-folds, you should lower your bet size; or in this case your 3bet size.

That means against people who will call 3bets OOP a lot, I will 3bet bigger - namely vs fish.

2.) The cbet sizing mostly depends on the stack left behind. I want to be able to make three reasonable (whatever that means) bets postflop, the last one being allin. Since squeezed pots are naturally more inflated than normal 3bet pots, I cbet a bit smaller (in % of pot) there. If stack sizes are deep, I would usually cbet in a manner to be able to get stacks in as well, so in that case bet 3/4 or so.

alphaena

alphaenaon 11/1/12

now this is one of the more interesting videos on NLHE i have seen. a few queries:

1.) is your standard 3-bet size in position always around 2,8x the initial raisers size (you push the 3/4 quarter button on ongame). the "orthodox way" is to raise 3x in position and something like 3,5x-3,7x OOP. why do you deviate from this?

2.) you mentioned your c-bet size in a squeezed pot is equal to your squeeze size. does this apply also in3bet pot in certain spots? from the few instances i could see in the video you cbet pretty often around 50% of pot, is this correct?

regards from the south of germany

Jamie

Jamieon 7/1/12

Sick Reads, we'll get some more Internet videos for sure!

Love2Squirt

Love2Squirton 31/12/11

Come on, I want more INTERNET 6max!!!

babaar

babaaron 19/12/11

More please!

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