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  28-Jan-12, 06:18   #1
Second live commentary video by Jovicakralj +2 
jovicakralj 

Joined: Nov '10
Location: Serbia
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 2075
I decided to make another one Blink I had possitive feedback about last one so, why not?
Please, post comment and critics about play. Be honest pls.



As you may notice I have upgraded my Youtube account so Ive managed to upload video longer then 15 min Cool

Edited by jovicakralj (Saturday, January 28, 2012 @ 06:24 GMT)


     
  28-Jan-12, 17:58   #2
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comisaru 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: Romania
Age: 24 (M)
Posts: 48
keep up the good work Thumbs Up

     
  28-Jan-12, 19:38   #3
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MicroMachina 

Joined: Aug '08
Location: Canada
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 657
Love the check to call his raise on the QKK board. I also think it looks stronger and he may even think u have the K which helps you.

I also like how you give the player respect and he seemingly is playing scared against you. Also showing respect for your game. Great read on his likely calling with Ace high on the two pair board. You seem to have a good handle on the spots your opponent is in.

Why did the A10 show above his head the last hand jovi?

Also i really enjoyed hearing dialogue. Your dialogue shows me you really interpret the spots you are in and the way you play with such small amount of risk is really impressive.

In the end i think he was maybe a bit too respectful to your game. He should have changed his tactics maybe and slowed on his min raises since you were outplaying him on the flop.

Well done.

As a small note i would suggest checking out Camtasia if you are going to make more videos. Its the same as hypercam but better resolution and although intimidating you can still just capture and then save as movie without having to worry about all the details.


     
  28-Jan-12, 19:50   #4
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balaz 
Joined: Jun '11
Location: Romania
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 10
Nice video

Edited by balaz (Saturday, January 28, 2012 @ 19:55 GMT)


     
  29-Jan-12, 02:38   #5
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Greenmohave 

Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 3361
Nice HU game jovica! You two went at it quite some time ay? My only problem was I couldn't hardly hear the commentary even with my speakers cranked. Don't know if it's something on my end or just the way the audio was recorded. I still made it out, but you might want to verify the audio level. Good Luck to All!

     
  29-Jan-12, 11:26   #6
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lukasb 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Croatia
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 1735
Nice game indeed and i really tried to analize ur game trying to learn something from it.
The guy seemed a bit too passive at times just checking down after you till the river. made me wonder what would you do if he betted the flop when u missed it ( even thou he doens't know that). it did seem that u were giving him too much credit sometimes also.
Can't wait for the video with a more agressive player Big Smile
Keep them coming Jovi Thumbs Up

     
  29-Jan-12, 13:36   #7
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jovicakralj 

Joined: Nov '10
Location: Serbia
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 2075
Posted by MicroMachina:

Why did the A10 show above his head the last hand jovi?

In the end i think he was maybe a bit too respectful to your game. He should have changed his tactics maybe and slowed on his min raises since you were outplaying him on the flop.

Well done.


A10 is hand that he had hand before one when I had it. Its tournament indicator showing mucked hand.
I dont think he was too respectfull to my game. My guess is that he rearlly hit anything and he didnt want to bluff me lot.
Thanks Blink

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Posted by lukasb:
Nice game indeed and i really tried to analize ur game trying to learn something from it.
The guy seemed a bit too passive at times just checking down after you till the river. made me wonder what would you do if he betted the flop when u missed it ( even thou he doens't know that). it did seem that u were giving him too much credit sometimes also.
Can't wait for the video with a more agressive player Big Smile
Keep them coming Jovi Thumbs Up

I must admit that I made this one on your request Blink
Hmm, I dont think he was too passive. He was aggressive preflop and he was a bit more passive postflop. I think he made big mistake with that 99 hand. He probably missed lot of flops and he didnt want to bluff his chips in some spots.
On this limits you will hardly find ultra aggressive player with good ROI. Maniacs dont do well because there is lot of calling stations and lot of thinking players on this limits.
If he raised and rereised frequently without hand that would not made him harder to beat. He would be kind of maniac and I would adjust my game to that.

Edited by jovicakralj (Sunday, January 29, 2012 @ 13:45 GMT)


     
  29-Jan-12, 14:26   #8
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SuperNoob 

Joined: May '09
Location: India
Age: 30 (M)
Posts: 4873
finally got some free time to watch the video though would like a second view laters but nice video as expected. Thumbs Up
i too think opponent was over aggressive pre-flop and passive post flop
and as this was 2x vs 3x, can u help with merits/disadvantages of each?

     
  29-Jan-12, 18:12   #9
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jovicakralj 

Joined: Nov '10
Location: Serbia
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 2075
Posted by SuperNoob:
i too think opponent was over aggressive pre-flop and passive post flop
and as this was 2x vs 3x, can u help with merits/disadvantages of each?

Well, its big difference... I will explain my point of view. When you are 2xing you are inviting opponent to play out of position against you! More expirienced players will not fall in that trap and they will fold theirs junk hands just because they dont want to play out of position. On other side, less expirienced players will always call you because they will think ''hey I have already invested 1bb so why not to call 1bb more to see flop?''. So, when you are 2x you have advantige in playing in position during 80% of the match+ cbet is lot cheaper so you will do them more often and that way you will make your oponent to call with weak holdings out of position and that way is very likely for you to win big pots against him since you will have more info then him.
Disadvantage is that you will win lot less chips preflop. Also, you will need to expect your premium hands to win less often then when you are opening bigger. Bassiacly, you are looking to outplay opponent postflop.

When you are 3xing you have bigger pots to play in position and that is good thing and you will take it down more often preflop, but your opponents will call you rearly so you will play lot less in position and when you do your hand will more often be worse then hand of your opponent. Also 3xing creates bigger pots which is good in position but still it leads to more risky and swingy game.

     
  29-Jan-12, 21:41   #10
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lukasb 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Croatia
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 1735
Posted by jovicakralj:
I must admit that I made this one on your request Blink
Hmm, I dont think he was too passive. He was aggressive preflop and he was a bit more passive postflop. I think he made big mistake with that 99 hand. He probably missed lot of flops and he didnt want to bluff his chips in some spots.
On this limits you will hardly find ultra aggressive player with good ROI. Maniacs dont do well because there is lot of calling stations and lot of thinking players on this limits.
If he raised and rereised frequently without hand that would not made him harder to beat. He would be kind of maniac and I would adjust my game to that.


I see your point and ur right. preflop both of u were raising not to let the other one see free cards and put pressure on the opponent but that 99 hand shows the "passiveness" feeling i was getting from the guy . he checking down to the river makes no sense to me (that probably just show how much i have to learn lol).
For instance u were 2x betting and most times even missing the flop u were 1/2 pot betting like asking the question of what hes holding, even folding after if he reraised u. He was not doing that with his 3x raise, on the flop when missing he was checking on position letting u see a free card and thats why i said he was passive.

Anyway great stuff to be able to discuss this with u and hopefully ill remember this lessons later on when playing
Blink

     
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