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Old 02-09-2009, 12:00 AM   #1
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Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Hey guys,

By request I have made a 2nd vid at nl50 6 tabling on ftp, this time with the resolution bumped up a bit so the hud stats can be read easily.

The video can be found here: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MWJ4FM5W
Rapidshare link (to come):

The video is 6 tabling nl50 FR tables on full tilt and goes for about 55 minutes of playtime + a hand review at the end.

Any comments, questions critiques about the way the hands are played would be more then welcome.
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Old 02-09-2009, 12:14 AM   #2
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Excellent, I'll watch it shortly and this time I'll write down some questions (hopefully there's plenty)

Ty for the videos
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Old 02-09-2009, 02:12 AM   #3
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Rapidshare link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/19583092...gnl50.wmv.html
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Old 02-09-2009, 03:21 AM   #4
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

NICE!
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Old 02-09-2009, 12:43 PM   #5
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

9:37 - You steal on table 6 with one poster from the CO with T7s but you have a 41/9 on the button, a 50/10 in the SB and a 22/9 in the BB.

Is this standard for you or did you miss how loose they seemed to be?
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Old 02-09-2009, 08:25 PM   #6
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

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9:37 - You steal on table 6 with one poster from the CO with T7s but you have a 41/9 on the button, a 50/10 in the SB and a 22/9 in the BB.

Is this standard for you or did you miss how loose they seemed to be?
Not really standard but when a guy posts his blind oop and doesn't raise it I always steal nearly ATC from that spot.
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Old 02-09-2009, 08:29 PM   #7
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

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Not really standard but when a guy posts his blind oop and doesn't raise it I always steal nearly ATC from that spot.

Just curious, but why do you consider the CO to be out-of-position when posting? I often post here if the big blind has just passed.
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Old 02-09-2009, 08:35 PM   #8
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

I consider posting out of position bad because even if you post from the button or CO any good thinking player is likely to 3bet you light because your range is ATC in that spot. Good players will also open their raising range from previous positions because an extra bb is in play to steal.

I personally think it is good to get into the habit of posting your blinds when it is your turn to do so, unless the table is particularly fishy and you will have bad players on your right who are likely to bust quickly.
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Old 02-09-2009, 10:22 PM   #9
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

just downloading hope it will be good like the last one..
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Old 02-09-2009, 10:51 PM   #10
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Downloading right now.
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Old 02-09-2009, 11:24 PM   #11
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Nice vid, thanks!

Question, in the vid you seem to open from the button a lot for a Min Raise of $1. Is that your standard play from the button?


Also, in earlier positions you seemed to open for $1.50 (3x), do you prefer 3x over 4x?
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Old 02-10-2009, 12:00 AM   #12
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Not really standard but when a guy posts his blind oop and doesn't raise it I always steal nearly ATC from that spot.
Regardless of how many calling stations you have behind you?
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Old 02-10-2009, 12:02 AM   #13
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

That is my standard play from the button, I raise 4x utg, 3x every other position, and 2x from the button.

3x is just my standard and how I have learnt, I raise 4x UTG because I want to avoid getting called by 5 people when I have AA utg as an example.

I would not worry too much about raise sizing preflop, concentrating on your post flop play is far more +ev as it is a lot easier to make mistakes post flop then it is pre.
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Old 02-10-2009, 03:50 AM   #14
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

cool i will watch it tonight. i liked your first video.
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Old 02-10-2009, 04:28 AM   #15
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

will watch tonight, 1st one was good
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Old 02-10-2009, 05:46 AM   #16
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

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Regardless of how many calling stations you have behind you?
Ok so that one play might of been slight -EV or EV neutral, I am just making point though saying most of the time when a player post their blind oop and does not raise, I will
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Old 02-10-2009, 07:39 AM   #17
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

My comp is too small to see the stats, so sorry if any of these questions should be obvious:

At 8 minutes you flop middle pair against a short stack and say you're planning to b/f. Why?

10/7s seemed pretty standard to me

At 17:30 you c/c two streets with 6s on a t/3/5 board, then when the ace hits the river you lead as a bluff. What exactly went on here??

at 22 you bet the river with 8s on a 5/2/k/j/j board trying to fold out a hand like "ace high, 6s or 7s" Are you afraid of him betting again and you getting bluffed off the best hand or what? I don't understand.
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Old 02-10-2009, 07:57 AM   #18
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

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My comp is too small to see the stats, so sorry if any of these questions should be obvious:

At 8 minutes you flop middle pair against a short stack and say you're planning to b/f. Why?

As I said in the video he had folded to 100% of cbets so far (small sample) however I dont think he is bluff shoving that board enough for us to call with 2nd pair no kicker to be +EV

10/7s seemed pretty standard to me

Thankyou

At 17:30 you c/c two streets with 6s on a t/3/5 board, then when the ace hits the river you lead as a bluff. What exactly went on here??

I am not sure I like the way I played this hand, I think b/f the flop would be much better then c/c two streets.

As far as the river bet goes, I think this type of player 33/9 (1 agg f) is going to fold any weak Tx or 5x (as well as 66-99) hand to my river bet, a thinking player however is never going to fold Tx to that bet.


at 22 you bet the river with 8s on a 5/2/k/j/j board trying to fold out a hand like "ace high, 6s or 7s" Are you afraid of him betting again and you getting bluffed off the best hand or what? I don't understand.

After he checks back the turn he never has a Kx type hand because he is so aggressive, he will always be betting the turn for value. By betting the river we may also fold out a hand like TT or QQ which he may bet the river with if checked to. Again this spot is fairly marginal but I beleive we have the best hand enough of the time that betting is the +EV play
Thanks for the comments, I hope you enjoyed it and I am sorry if my rationale for some of the hands is not what you believe is correct, I am still learning myself too
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Hi.

Another great video. Just keep em coming....

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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Thanks for getting back to me, overall it was really solid.
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Old 02-10-2009, 09:35 AM   #21
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Hi.

Another great video. Just keep em coming....

// M
Would you like me to try and cover anything specific, or just general play? I am trying to get a feel for what people think would help them improve their play most.
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Hi newman I like the vids and the way you play.

What table skin thing do you use? I like the background and the big coloured cards.

Cheers.
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Old 02-10-2009, 10:42 AM   #23
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Hi.

Personally I would like a deeper insight in your post flop play. As you said earlier in this thread: pre flop is the easy part. You´re giving good commentary to your actions and that´s fine. So I guess just general play would be fine.

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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

Hey newman at 21 mins on table 5 you have 88 HU against Danado26.

You bet the river and say you're betting hoping to fold out A high hands and 5x, 66, 77 etc. but these are hands you all beat. Did you mean you're betting for value against them? Did you bet the $6 as a blocker hoping to get value from them and folding to a raise from a Jx or avoiding a big value bet from the villain with Jx?

Edit -

At 27:40 you are HU OOP with JJ against the pretty aggressive guy EZ Reeder on table 6. What was your plan for the hand here? Check raise, checking to get value from his aggression? Or check call for pot control?

Cheers.

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Old 02-10-2009, 01:44 PM   #25
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Re: Newman's 2nd 6 Tabling NL50 FR Video (135mb)

At 11:something. There's a bet and a call in front of you and you're in the SB with 78 suited. That's a call you don't think is +EV to make or the fact that you'll be OOP for the hand made it a fold?

I'm asking cause I usually try to take multyway pots with suited conectors cause... well... Doyle told me to do it.
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