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– GTO and Exploitative Strategies
– Intro into Over-Betting
– When to Over-Bet for Value
-When to Over-Bet as a Bluff
– How to Exploit Your Opponents with Overbets
– In-depth Hand Examples and Analysis

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Jonathan Little - Poker Coaching

July 10, 2020

Jonathan Jaffe is now making exclusive training for PokerCoaching Premium members! Learn more here: https://pages.pokercoaching.com/jaffe-pc

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Karl Byrne

July 10, 2020

Thank you for this great content, It would be great if, when you were reviewing the questions people have, that you could go back and show the board and street from that particular hand as opposed to leaving the hand for the next critique on the screen.

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DrasticK RebEL

July 10, 2020

True but….if u bet 75 to 90 percent flop u get more callers wit an A or king good kick. That pays off more in the long run in my opinion. Cheers

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Oliver Jordan

July 10, 2020

So who is mj and who is scottie here?! The elite site with elite players. Thank you.

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Johannes Rimpiläinen

July 10, 2020

Hmm.. about the last hand. Why are you putting sets on buttons value bet range (for that size). I think the BB should have very capped range. If you assume the button should overbet his straights , why not sets. The BB should have very few straights in his range, he maybe would have 3 bet his KQ, might have the flop, or should have raised the turn most of the time. 78s might have 3 bet preflop, 78o would often have raised the flop , I don't know if Q8 is in his call range, Q8s clearly is but they would most of the time have been turn raises.

So the BBs straights are mostly gone, also his sets are rare and also capped. He shouldn't have any jacks, aces or tens. Very rarely nines and even pockets 22s would have been mostly raised on the flop. I think the button would have cbet all of his sets and overpairs on the flop, bet aces on the turn so he has the bigger sets in his range while the BB does not. (EDIT: you also said yourself at the end that BB should not have normally sets in his range)

So the big sets are only losing to straights which are very heavily discounted, why are they not overbets? If BB has very rarely straight, those sets are basically as nutty as straights and should also be overbets. I guess they are blocking BBs call range more than straights. And if they are in the overbet range they cannot be at the same time in his normal size bet range. People of course naturally randomize by being people, an in this instance for example the BB had a straight in his normal value range which he rarely should have, but if you assume the BB has an overbet range then I think sets should be mostly in it and not in the normal size bet range.

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IXI SHADES IXI

July 10, 2020

Great addition to the team Mr. Little! He does a great job in this video. Looking forward to more content from him.

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gerry o sullivan

July 10, 2020

This video shows the value of checking back good hands on the flop,a decent player should bluff into you so just call down whereas if you bet theyd just fold or call once.Against a passive player just bet flop with good hands all the time though

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fizzys table

July 10, 2020

Really enjoyed this . There was a few similar spots I've been stuck on previously and you've cleared them up so clearly thanks . The break down on the final hand was awesome I'm one of those guys who is calling there lol but then I'd of folded to the over bet , looking forward to more content seeing I've watched all of Jonathan Littles stuff a couple of times over lol

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Keith Jackson

July 10, 2020

This is an excellent video, well explained at every point for low stakes players like me, thank you.

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bobbyb900

July 10, 2020

Sick content, so much value. The only critique is that the efeective stack size is very rarely more than 50 big blinds in tournaments after the first few rounds. Having the player assume antees aside, the stack sizes are better suited for cash in this video.
That said still great content.

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Mong

July 10, 2020

Haven't watched yet, but I'm looking forward to this. I am -5bb/100 from the SB, but -59bb/100 from the BB!

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E-beggar-In-Bangkok 2018

July 10, 2020

Very good video but too much off topic chit-chat that interrupts the flow of hands, and frankly is just distracting. Also would have been better to hold the questions until after the student player demo. Throwing the questions in at random gives an ADD effect to the presentation.

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Ultimate Grinder

July 10, 2020

"The board is very wet" and when u overbet with 2 pair on the river you should do the same when you have a bluff catcher on a very wet board

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nik predom

July 10, 2020

Some great stuff here. Pokercoaching grows nicely. GG Jonathan.

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Ace Hardy

July 10, 2020

💲🙌

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Mike Cantin

July 10, 2020

Best free content out there right here.

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GR00VES Poker

July 10, 2020

Is your hu match w/ Johnathan that you mentioned on YouTube somewhere? I'd be psyched to watch.

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volcano hi

July 10, 2020

I have been weak in the blinds, need o watch this over an over. I play small stakes and it seemed to no big deal to fold alot, Im also the only one I know who doesnt chop blinds.

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Monte Werle

July 10, 2020

🙌🚀 Thank you guys 🙌
I have a big charity tournament coming this Saturday ( I want to win the belt and when I win 1st place I'm going to donate the cash as well) this video is exactly what I needed to get me in the right state of mind this week.

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