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Ultimate 15 Mins Study Guide: Board Textures Part 1

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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!     

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pokerruudje

pokerruudje

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Thanks Nick! Good stuff!

on 4/7/16

Stardust09

Stardust09

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Superb and fast ! Congrats ..I have been following since the start ! Looking forward for the next one :)

on 3/7/16

fawltyfelix

fawltyfelix

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Another great installment NIck! So good to see someone using Alderfalder flop clusters. I found them a long time ago and working with to analyze exactly like this is something I have wanted to do for a long time. Very nice to see how to do it, as that was something that was blocking me. I am actually considering doing apoker journey where I show my analysis and get feedback from people in the forums Definitely going to get combonator and start working on this stuff in the very near future. One question: On the BB calling range vBU, all the ranges I have seen are a bit wider than yours. Is the range you have more standard? I am pretty sure I call a fair amount more. I know it makes a difference whether they 3x,2.5x, or 2x OR. Thanks and well done!!

on 29/6/16

suertudojack

suertudojack

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Nice vid Nick!! The 2 highlights for me: The 12 flop textures to study and "if the opponent misses more than 40-45% is any 2 card cbet profitable and if he misses less we need a minimum of X% equity" sound silly but never think it in such a simple way. I am following all the vids of this series, keep going you are doing great!! :)

on 28/6/16

Pwll

Pwll

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This is interesting content and you are obviously thinking at a much deeper level. I hope I can use some of this in my nl10/nl20 games, it does seem so. I like the way you didn't go into huge detail which give noobs at it like me a chance to absorb it. One thing I noticed was in the list of flop textures there was no monotone flop, is this some reason for that I'm not getting, i doubt it's an oversight on your part. Obviously give this a couple of views people, as always with coach Nick you wont be disappointed.

on 28/6/16

nicamstereo

nicamstereo

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Excellent!

on 28/6/16

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Pwll

Pwllon 28/6/16

So, for starting off ad to keep it very simple, versus unknowns I can pump the raising range for X position and the calling/defending range for Y into flopzilla/equilab and to decide if I should cbet or not I need to show an equity advantage of >+5%? I can work with that if true and go on to continuing ranges when I get more confident. Also I'm taking it that that it will work at micros as well(?), seems straightforward enough and I think I could enjoy working on this one.

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