Playing from behind: Heads-Up Under Pressure - Part 2
Hunter Bick - aka "BeachJustice"
Hunter Bick - aka "BeachJustice" << read more about this coach >>
Published on Jan 16, 12
In Part 2 I continue to talk about how my opponent pulled back the aggression when he was up big and how to identify this in your opponents and how to exploit it. The other key lesson in this video is how to exploit a play that your opponent uses too often, without pushing him into a complete adjustment. In other words, removing the profitability of his play without making him realize it. Hoodrich18 was check-raising the flop too often, so it was important that I figured out how to combat that, but also to do it in a way that he didn't completely change his game plan, which allowed me to continue to exploit that tendency.
Part 1Playing from behind: Heads-Up Under Pressure - Part 1
Part 2Playing from behind: Heads-Up Under Pressure - Part 2
Part 3Playing from behind: Heads-Up Under Pressure - Part 3