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  16-Aug-12, 23:42   #1
First Pokerstars Video! 0 
MicroMachina 

Joined: Aug '08
Location: Canada
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 657
So here is my first poker video made on stars. its a 45 player sng where i only recorded the final 6. The video should be up any moment now but i need to rush out so i hope posting the link will allow viewing once its done uploading.

Please like usual, add all comments negative, positive whatever. So for the feedback and other noises u may hear.

Thanks guys!

<youtube>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MbW6NPAi...

     
  17-Aug-12, 01:39   #2
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Jibberish 

Joined: May '11
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i'll watch this first thing tomorrow mornin, did u manage first?

     
  17-Aug-12, 02:00   #3
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zeroster 

Joined: May '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 51 (M)
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The links not working for me.

     
  17-Aug-12, 02:51   #4
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MicroMachina 

Joined: Aug '08
Location: Canada
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 657
Posted by Jibberish:
i'll watch this first thing tomorrow mornin, did u manage first?


id hate to give anything away Big Smile

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Posted by zeroster:
The links not working for me.


Sorry Zero, hopefully this fixes things. I totally forgot how to post and was in a hurry.

Edited by MicroMachina (Friday, August 17, 2012 @ 02:57 GMT)


     
  17-Aug-12, 04:58   #5
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retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
Age: 37 (M)
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Making comments as I go here, so likely will have multiple edits.

I winced when you min-raised UTG with k8 suited. Even at that point, could tell the table is aggressive, especially with relative stacks so shallow. If someone 3-bets you, you have to fold and you've just lost like 1/5th of your stack. Shove or fold.

The call with 99 is a snap-call. Unless you've got some sort of soul-read, you're ahead of so much of his range folding is a bad idea.

Second, saying "fold when you're not running well" is just HORRIBLE advice dude. Seriously, with AJ suited, and the button stealing as aggressively as he had been, there's NO way you should ever fold a hand like that, especially with only like 8bb.

Small pot poker with everyone at the table holding 10 blinds or less is not possible. Shove or fold. Nothing else is a +ev option period.

Being in the spot you're in was perfect. Having someone aggressive to your right, and passive to your left is great, as you can adjust your range according to the aggressive player, and 3-bet to isolate when you have a comfortable hand to do so with.

When you got heads up, you played the 25 suited horribly. Limping OOP like that is bad. Either raise or fold. Don't limp and give him the power to raise you out of the pot.

Sorry, but it seems like you got lucky to win this tourney. You're far too passive, limping or min-raising when you should either be folding or shoving.

It's great that you did a video, but you need to make sure the advice your conveying is good. Misinformation is a dangerous thing.

     
  17-Aug-12, 12:05   #6
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Fakiry 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 4764
I specially liked the victory with AJ versus AT at minute 15, right after that loss with Q10 against KQ. Although it was a runner runner, you ended up giving him a lesson. At this point of the tourney, some players tend to risk it a lot, if not all, with every medium-to-good hand, like you were both doing. Everyone is in the prizes, there are only three players at the table, good hands don’t come that often… I know all this, but does this really justifies that type of decision: to go all-in with any two high cards? And that J3 versus AK in the HU, the hand before the last one, is crazy stuff, you were massive feeling that you were going to win that.

     
  18-Aug-12, 01:24   #7
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MicroMachina 

Joined: Aug '08
Location: Canada
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Posted by retribution:
Making comments as I go here, so likely will have multiple edits.

I winced when you min-raised UTG with k8 suited. Even at that point, could tell the table is aggressive, especially with relative stacks so shallow. If someone 3-bets you, you have to fold and you've just lost like 1/5th of your stack. Shove or fold.

The call with 99 is a snap-call. Unless you've got some sort of soul-read, you're ahead of so much of his range folding is a bad idea.

Second, saying "fold when you're not running well" is just HORRIBLE advice dude. Seriously, with AJ suited, and the button stealing as aggressively as he had been, there's NO way you should ever fold a hand like that, especially with only like 8bb.

Small pot poker with everyone at the table holding 10 blinds or less is not possible. Shove or fold. Nothing else is a +ev option period.

Being in the spot you're in was perfect. Having someone aggressive to your right, and passive to your left is great, as you can adjust your range according to the aggressive player, and 3-bet to isolate when you have a comfortable hand to do so with.

When you got heads up, you played the 25 suited horribly. Limping OOP like that is bad. Either raise or fold. Don't limp and give him the power to raise you out of the pot.

Sorry, but it seems like you got lucky to win this tourney. You're far too passive, limping or min-raising when you should either be folding or shoving.

It's great that you did a video, but you need to make sure the advice your conveying is good. Misinformation is a dangerous thing.



Thanks for the tips Ret, i appreciate u taking your time to help. Ive always been pretty str8forward about my videos being pretty much just me playing poker. I had some verbal diarrhea at points and my lack of discipline is atrocious but the former is a result of trying to avoid huge periods of dead time, while the latter is why i make videos at all. Its pretty embarrassing to watch some of it and i wince hearing it but its a very helpful tool for me. I can improve on the play but for the record i always advocate doing what one feels is best.

I do appreciate what you mean.

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My reply reads like a disclaimer but i really do appreciate the tips. I will be using them and when i make another video, if you dont want to watch it Blink i understand but if you do i promise broad improvements in the areas you mention.... some things in my game that aren't conventional are inherent i think but nothing that would prevent me from being able "smarten up" at the tables alot more.

Edited by MicroMachina (Saturday, August 18, 2012 @ 01:38 GMT)


     
  18-Aug-12, 02:37   #8
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retribution 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: Canada
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Posted by MicroMachina:
Posted by retribution:
Making comments as I go here, so likely will have multiple edits.

I winced when you min-raised UTG with k8 suited. Even at that point, could tell the table is aggressive, especially with relative stacks so shallow. If someone 3-bets you, you have to fold and you've just lost like 1/5th of your stack. Shove or fold.

The call with 99 is a snap-call. Unless you've got some sort of soul-read, you're ahead of so much of his range folding is a bad idea.

Second, saying "fold when you're not running well" is just HORRIBLE advice dude. Seriously, with AJ suited, and the button stealing as aggressively as he had been, there's NO way you should ever fold a hand like that, especially with only like 8bb.

Small pot poker with everyone at the table holding 10 blinds or less is not possible. Shove or fold. Nothing else is a +ev option period.

Being in the spot you're in was perfect. Having someone aggressive to your right, and passive to your left is great, as you can adjust your range according to the aggressive player, and 3-bet to isolate when you have a comfortable hand to do so with.

When you got heads up, you played the 25 suited horribly. Limping OOP like that is bad. Either raise or fold. Don't limp and give him the power to raise you out of the pot.

Sorry, but it seems like you got lucky to win this tourney. You're far too passive, limping or min-raising when you should either be folding or shoving.

It's great that you did a video, but you need to make sure the advice your conveying is good. Misinformation is a dangerous thing.



Thanks for the tips Ret, i appreciate u taking your time to help. Ive always been pretty str8forward about my videos being pretty much just me playing poker. I had some verbal diarrhea at points and my lack of discipline is atrocious but the former is a result of trying to avoid huge periods of dead time, while the latter is why i make videos at all. Its pretty embarrassing to watch some of it and i wince hearing it but its a very helpful tool for me. I can improve on the play but for the record i always advocate doing what one feels is best.

I do appreciate what you mean.

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My reply reads like a disclaimer but i really do appreciate the tips. I will be using them and when i make another video, if you dont want to watch it Blink i understand but if you do i promise broad improvements in the areas you mention.... some things in my game that aren't conventional are inherent i think but nothing that would prevent me from being able "smarten up" at the tables alot more.



Hey, on the fly commentary is hard man, that's why I don't do it in my videos, because I tend to Uhmm and ahhhh a lot lol. People wouldn't believe how many takes I do for each part of my video scripts haha. Maybe some day I'll do an out-take video.

Also it's through self reflection and others criticism that we learn to better ourselves Smile

     
  18-Aug-12, 05:32   #9
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ayaraled 
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Philippines
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 544
nice win there...I also seen that sometimes being passive win you big pots...but its really the cards and situation dictates who will win the hand...like AJ vs A10...or sometime we encounter KK VS AA.
i think its luck that make you win big....

     
  18-Aug-12, 07:17   #10
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Supererou 

Joined: May '10
Location: Romania
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 279
those 3X BB raises at those blinds are bad dude...really bad...just min-raise, it has the same effect...

     
  23-Aug-12, 23:21   #11
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MicroMachina 

Joined: Aug '08
Location: Canada
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 657
Posted by Supererou:
those 3X BB raises at those blinds are bad dude...really bad...just min-raise, it has the same effect...



roger dodger! someone told me that before here. I hadn't forgot the advice i just stopped reinforcing it. I understand the reasoning and agree to the merits of doing it i just am a reprobate Blink

     
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