Neil's Inducing Bluffs

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Dated:
Jul 9th, 2011
By:
Neil Gewirtz
Game:
NLHE
Stake:
Micro Stakes
Teaching Method:
Concept Video
Language:
English
Type:
6 Max
3109 Views
5 Comments
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(4 Ratings) 9.75

In this video, Neil focusing on different situations in NLHE where you can take advantage of your opponents by inducing bluffs.

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Comments

  • NeilGewirtz NeilGewirtz Bluefire Pro Poker Apprentice
    218 Posts
    Neil's Inducing Bluffs
    10 Jul 2011 at 1:14am
    Discussion for Neil's Inducing Bluffs.
  • ssslipnssslide ssslipnssslide Poker Newbie
    23 Posts
    Re: Neil's Inducing Bluffs
    10 Jul 2011 at 7:50pm
    GJ
  • Gswaggg Gswaggg Poker Newbie
    41 Posts
    Re: Neil's Inducing Bluffs
    11 Jul 2011 at 9:20am
    Neil - great video. When you were talking about "high-intensity players," you mention that this concept has been talked about in other videos on this site. I know Phil Galfond talked about it a bit in one of his high stakes 6max videos, but he sort of just mentioned it quickly, and that's the only video I've seen in which the instructor talked about it. Can you point me toward other videos that expand on the concept?
  • NeilGewirtz NeilGewirtz Bluefire Pro Poker Apprentice
    218 Posts
    Re: Neil's Inducing Bluffs
    11 Jul 2011 at 2:33pm
    I cant remember the videos in particular where I saw this term mentioned, and unfortunately I cant think of any good way to go back and find it. I also remember Phil talking about it in at least 2 videos, but that's the best I can do for you. Basically "high intensity" to me doesn't mean something that much different from very aggressive. To me (as I tried to use the term in this video) the difference in terms would be that a more typical very aggressive player is a bit more balanced and selectively aggressive pushing thin equity edges, while "high intensity" players are more prone to be aggressive regardless of their own holdings when they think they can get their opponents to fold. Im not quite sure I would classify this as a concept as much as an attempt to classify a player type, so Im not sure there would be much expanding on this definition in other videos anyway.
  • Gswaggg Gswaggg Poker Newbie
    41 Posts
    Re: Neil's Inducing Bluffs
    11 Jul 2011 at 4:08pm
    Cool, that makes sense. I know Phil G said he planned on eventually making a philosophy video on it, so it seemed like there was something more conceptual behind it, but what you've said will have to do for now. Thanks.

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