Friday Night Fishing: 6-Max at BlackChip Poker, Part 3
Hunter Bick - aka "BeachJustice"
Hunter Bick - aka "BeachJustice" << read more about this coach >>
Published on Nov 04, 10
Part 3 continues with more discussion of how to effectively combat regulars when they are attacking you while you are trying to attack the weak players at the table. There are also several interesting hands that made for good discussion. Early on I coolered a guy and doubled up in a pretty standard situation. Shortly after that though, there was a tough spot in a 3-Bet pot where I felt like the opponent had both a wide UTG opening range, and a wide 3-Bet calling range out of position. A little bit later I saw a rampant 3-Bettor from the blinds, NOT 3-Bet AQo vs. me on the button, which is a dead giveaway that he was 3-Betting a very unbalanced range and could therefore be exploited very easily with 4-Bets. I talked about this in-depth and opened Pokerstove to illustrate. There were also a couple hands where I took some fairly unorthodox lines just to take advantage of an opponent's 50bb stack size, but also to illustrate how to keep the weakest part of his range in the hand in order to get action from it, instead of just folding it out. This video also includes a brief discussion of why its usually very important to not get carried away opening too many hands from the cutoff, even when you open a very wide range from the button.
Part 1Friday Night Fishing: 6-Max at BlackChip Poker, Part 1
Part 2Friday Night Fishing: 6-Max at BlackChip Poker, Part 2
Part 3Friday Night Fishing: 6-Max at BlackChip Poker, Part 3