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Phil's new edition of Philosophy discusses range exploitation do's and don'ts.
Incredible great vid -> will make me in the future think much more about ingame and offgame how to exploit Villain`s "another" ranges...^^
Thank you very much, rly fantastic work;)
One more or less offtopic question or at least not rly related to the topic of this video:
Min. 6: Example (T6s):
When we would imagine that this is 6max in a BTNvsBigB-scenario where ranges are of course much more narrow than HU -> hence C/R-ranges are also more narrow (maybe TPGK-hands, NutFDs, Combodraws, sets and some Bluffcombos with (Backdoor)EQ)
The philosophy videos are the best nl videos online for sure. I really enjoy the theory stuff more than sweat videos, even if they take a lot longer they are definitely appreciated!
Do you think you or a bfp coach could do a theory style video on turning made hands in to bluffs? These spots have become a lot more en vogue in the past 12 months or so with a lot of the threads on 2+2 in midstakes etc being people trying to find spots to do it.
as with all your philosphy vids, this was awesome Phil, what i signed up for.
1. for the example of playing against the guy who has a small yet balanced turn betting range, one of the adjustments was to call the flop lighter. How do we play against this guy once we've called the flop with some weak showdown value, the turn goes check/check, we check the river and he bets (and his river betting range is pretty balanced)?
In other words, if he's betting the river with his strong hands that he checked the turn with and betting some bluffs and giving up with others, is there any way to exploit that or do we just have to call sometimes and fold others?
2. Would taking a check/call flop, lead turn line with a balanced range have merit against this guy?
Thank you in advance, Phil
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