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PlayinWitDreams How To Crush 50nl Rush Part 1/2

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Marc Kennedy
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Full Tilt Player Ambassador Marc 'PlayinWitDreams' Kennedy Micro and Small stakes CoachMarc Kennedy was the 5 time undefeated champion of the Rush high category in the Blackcard Competition at Full Tilt. He specialises in 3-6 handed No-Limit cash games in the Rush format. Full Tilt recently signed him to be their Player Ambassador and you can see him streaming 10nl Rush on Twitch @MarcKennedy. You can also find him on Twitter @PlayinwitDreams and on 2+2 under the handle Sparky999.Marc has accrued over $1million in profit over his career almost exclusively in cash games. Starting out in Full Ring games and transitioning to 6-max after Black Friday. He plays some of the bigger buy-in tournaments when there is a large series running like FTOPS but he is most at home at the cash tables.Marc can regularly be found at the 400nl and 200nl tables at Full Tilt playing anywhere from 4-8 Rush tables at a time, when he is not streaming on Twitch.Marc is the ideal coach for players looking to transition from Full Ring to 6-max or from tournaments to cash games or for players who are looking to improve and move up the ranks. His laid back approach and ability to translate difficult concepts using simple language makes it easy for students to get a lot of valuable information quickly from his sessions.Due to the infrequent nature of when Marc's regular games run he may sometimes have to cancel a coaching session at short notice, if this happens a 20% reduction in cost will be given for the re-scheduled session.Coaching rates -$100/hr for Micro stakes$150/hr for 50nl$250/hr for 100nl

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The Full Tilt Player Ambassador and biggest winning Rush $400nl player in the world Marc 'PlayinWitDreams' Kennedy is back for another 2 part series on how to crush $50nl Zoom and move up to the next level. Focusing on bet sizing and position Marc shows you exactly how to exploit your opponents and make the maxiumum amount of money in every situation. You can also find Marc replying to line checks in our forum or playing live on his twitch channel.

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Janip595

Janip595

5/5

JESUS

on 12/11/15

jongordon84

jongordon84

5/5

Great video, hand reading is so impressive.

on 10/10/15

thetallpaul

thetallpaul

5/5

Straight up the best in play video I think I've ever watched. Weazel has great 'lesson' structured videos for example (which I love) but this was something very different. Watching a total crusher calming and correctly (in general!) ranging and wiping out players at NL50 was inspiring even for a micro rec player like me.

on 18/9/15

TheGoodTheBadandTheUgly

TheGoodTheBadandTheUgly

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Masterclass in hand reading.

on 14/9/15

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s47639358

s47639358on 29/9/15

HI~ good video! 34:50 A7o you face a BB player and barrel flop and giveup turn,if you have KJ at this spot, could you will check behind at turn? and if you have KJdd or KJcc you will have some decision?

Marc Kenendy

Marc Kenendyon 29/9/15

Well KJcc isn't possible as the Kc is on the flop but I would be betting all combos of KJ on the turn, I'd prefer to check back other hands to balance my checking range. KJ just loses too much value by not betting turn.

thetallpaul

thetallpaulon 18/9/15

QTo at 3.07. Why do we want to Cbet 1/2pot into a guy with SPR less than 1? As a bluff? Obvs rest of hand plays out easy and PF I can get on board with (though wouldn't be doing it at NL10) but that flop bet I can't wrap my head around.

Marc Kenendy

Marc Kenendyon 18/9/15

Mistake on my part didn't realise he was so short, should have bet small or just jammed.

nolanimiller

nolanimilleron 17/9/15

A8o @ 8:50, I like the line, I don't know if over betting woulda been good, cause like you say, if he's got a jack he's snapping. WP/NH sir.

nolanimiller

nolanimilleron 17/9/15

A4o @40secs Wow, I get snapped off by people w/ bottom pair when i take funky lines, it's cool to see ur thoughts on why that's a call. Thanks man, now i'm going to flip it, and confuse people!

Dutchness

Dutchnesson 15/9/15

Thanks for making the video! 15:45 A9o in the SB, you say it's a good hand to 3bet bluff with vs a CO open. We do block an ace which is nice but aren't we getting called by a bunch of better aces and get ourselves in some tricky situations oop in a 3b pot?

Marc Kenendy

Marc Kenendyon 15/9/15

Assuming he calls with all suited Ax and AJo+ there are as many combos we dominate as dominate us. There are also many boards where we will just lose one bet vs his better Ax but win two bets vs his worse.

Hitchhiking

Hitchhikingon 14/9/15

I echo the thoughts of your first reviewer, your hand reading ability is pretty insane to watch. Were there any particular techniques you used to improve this skill or is it just the result of many millions of hands of villains' ranges being carefully narrowed on each street? Do you have any tips for people trying to improve their hand reading ability as they learn the game?

Marc Kenendy

Marc Kenendyon 15/9/15

Thanks - I guess the best tip I can give you is to observe everything and constantly adjust your expectations when you see something that you didn't expect. Playing with out a HUD will also force you to focus more on hand reading, when I make these videos I don't use a HUD because I have no history with these players so it would be more of a distraction than any use and that forces me to focus on hand reading.

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