Playing Blind with BeachJustice: Part 1
Hunter Bick - aka "BeachJustice"
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Published on Mar 26, 11
A delayed commentary series of a winning session I played despite not being able to see my hole cards. Part 1 of "Playing Blind with Beachjustice" starts with a presentation about why I made a this series and why I think its very valuable. Playing blind can be a great way to improve several elements of your game, including utilizing position, evaluating your own image and taking advantage of it, bet sizing, and managing the frequencies of your plays. All of these things are crucial in understanding and maximizing your ability to make your opponents fold in different situations. The video continues with part 1 of a 3-part delayed commentary session where my hold cards were hidden. My only goal was win money and to accomplish that I knew it would require strong reads of my opponents and how they viewed me. I discuss all of the concepts mentioned above and talk about how I assessed the information that was available. It may be surprising to see just how much info there is at the table, even without your cards to work with, you just have to be observant and know how to put it all to use.
Part 1Playing Blind with BeachJustice: Part 1
Part 2Playing Blind with BeachJustice: Part 2
Part 3Playing Blind with BeachJustice: Part 3