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What's your 3-betting range from the small or big blind? I saw you flatting with strong hands several times.
Maybe that is just a result of constantly changing your playing style depending on the table dynamics, your perceived image and your history against your opponents at the table.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (05 May 2018 @ 02:07 GMT)


     
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Possibly you are right. Actually my range of 3 bet is not always the same, it depends on data I have from the villain (if I have data) the position from which he plays, his stack, the type of OR (there are people who open to 3bb, others 2.5 , and crazy ones that open at 20 bb or more). If I think they want to steal blinds, my 3bet range is wider.
I usually do 3bet from SB or BB, with JJ +, AQ +. Should I expand my rank independently of the villain?

     
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That's a tough question, ligador37...
All I can say is that poker players have to consider poker as a game mostly depending on their own decisions under different circumstances. And poker is a game of the long run of making optimum decisions, of minimizing bad ones as much as possible.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (08 May 2018 @ 02:20 GMT)


     
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Thanks for your answer. Well it is like that, a long way where you have to make all kinds of decisions.
Actually, despite losing that kind of hands, every so often, I continue to increase my bankroll. Every day, a little. So, the path seems to be the right one.
Anyway, we must try to keep improving, and I try to adapt my style of play to the different rivals, that's why I'm always taking notes. Especially of those players that I see regularly.
I leave 2 more hands.

https://www.boomplayer.com/27708930_1B75A38F8B One that I found difficult to play

https://www.boomplayer.com/27678016_88B814D4CF I can not get more out of him


     
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AKo vs AJs, QQ
- The Player 1 (AJs) shoving on the flop. That's awkward and fishy. Maybe s/he put you on XX suited in Hearts or something?
88 vs ??
- Wow, you hit a quads on the flop! Yeah, it's not easy to extract value from your opponent when you have an extremely strong made hand.

     
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I'm playing an MTT KO 1.10, 1.5k guaranteed. Because they are bounty, they pay with any hand, although sometimes there are good hands involved:

https://www.boomplayer.com/27737599_9047FB06A3 Quite difficult to fold some hands.

https://www.boomplayer.com/u/uruguayo156/All-Hands/Most...
Who does not like a flop of those?

     
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AA vs AKo, KJo, AQo
- You killed three birds with one stone. Very nicely done.
A9 vs KJs
- A99. That's a fortunate flop!

Do you think many players behave a bit differently in bounty tournaments?

     
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Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
AA vs AKo, KJo, AQo
- You killed three birds with one stone. Very nicely done.
A9 vs KJs
- A99. That's a fortunate flop!

Do you think many players behave a bit differently in bounty tournaments?


Of course they do! At the moment there is a bounty with few chips, they get on hand to keep their bounty without even thinking about their hand. Then a good hand does squeeze / all in and they end up getting into trouble. And it does not happen in micros. I just saw a $ 22 bounty hand, where it ends with an all-in preflop of 5 players, all with a stack of 5k (since that would be the first hands of the tournament), and the cards were: AA, KK, QQ, QJ , A8s.
The hand was taken away by AA.
It is understandable that both KK and QQ can pay for such a push, but what did QJs and A8s do? Well, the madness for the bounty.

     
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https://www.boomplayer.com/27758572_472757F85B

I leave this hand that is not really mine, but a compatriot of mine, but that comes very well to the issue we are talking about. I think it's very well played, and I do not know if there would be much escape.
This hand can hurt losing. Sometimes the software is pretty bad with how these hands end up. Yesterday I lost many hands in tournaments with the damn river.

     
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AA vs KK
- It's noteworthy that Lautben elected to flat the Player 5's 4-bet with pocket Aces. If Lautben had 5-bet the Player 5 would have gone all-in preflop, and the result would have been the same. Well played!

     
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