Alan Jackson 100nl (2)

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Dated:
Dec 27th, 2010
By:
Alan Jackson
Game:
NLHE
Stake:
Small Stakes
Teaching Method:
Session Video 3+ Table
Language:
English
Type:
6 Max
4618 Views
6 Comments
9.0010
(7 Ratings) 9.00

Alan plays 100nl on Full Tilt.

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  • AJackson AJackson Bluefire Pro Poker Pro
    493 Posts
    Alan Jackson 100nl (2)
    28 Dec 2010 at 1:14am
    Discussion for Alan Jackson 100nl (2).
  • jman73 jman73 Poker Newbie
    7 Posts
    Re: Alan Jackson 100nl (2)
    28 Dec 2010 at 3:34pm
    I agree 100% with your view on going into detailed hand explanations and learning understanding the thought process of how and why. Watching an instructor 6 table and play 500 hands may be more entertaining for some, but imo is a waste of time.
  • longshotvt longshotvt Poker Newbie
    12 Posts
    Re: Alan Jackson 100nl (2)
    2 Jan 2011 at 2:31pm
    I enjoyed the second video and look forward to the next 8. I would like to hear more about the last hand in the video where you had KK vs. KQs on why that was such an error for him to call your flop cb. I do this same mistake myself and would like to hear more. The only weakness to the video (in my opinion) is that you don't have good stats on the other players. It would be good to see how you use them to make reads live. Thanks Whit
  • longshotvt longshotvt Poker Newbie
    12 Posts
    Re: Alan Jackson 100nl (2)
    2 Jan 2011 at 4:31pm
    On the KK vs. KQs is the main reason that it is a mistake to call with this is because it is a 3bet pot? I find that when it is bb vs. sb that sometimes the range for the bb's 3betting can be wide. Thanks
  • AJackson AJackson Bluefire Pro Poker Pro
    493 Posts
    Re: Alan Jackson 100nl (1)
    2 Jan 2011 at 7:34pm
    Whit, in a non-3B pot the call would be much less of a mistake as there is more room for play on the turn/river but I still think it is a mistake. In position in a non-3B pot I think it's a very, very easy call on the flop.W/ pos in a 3B pot it's closer and opponent dependant. If you had position on me you could easily call then take it away on the turn if I check, thus adding to the profitability of the flop float. OOP youre waiting to improve and then raise. The issue here isyour KQ doesnt beat any of my ace highs, so you're going to have to push me off my hand at some point. Even in non-three bet pots this isn't going to happen often enough to turn the flop call profitable.
  • Namarela Namarela Poker Newbie
    5 Posts
    Re: Alan Jackson 100nl (2)
    17 Mar 2011 at 5:02am
    Thank you Alan, we can see you take a lot of time to make quality vids for us who are small stakes player. TYTY

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