If I was playing NLHE 100 I would never call preflop with such combos as J2, J3, J4, auch! And if I did it, these combos would be suited.
I agree with the last sentence. But I disagree with the statement that we can't learn too much of these limits. The best way to learn is to see what the best players are doing and study it, while trying to understand why they are doing it in the first place. And when you have a solver, you can take the hand and run the sim and see what your whole range is doing on each street and your specific hand, especially in this hand, on the river, it is very interesting what the UTG did. Yes BB called with J2o, but still, trying to understand the why I believe is very helpful, whatever stake you play, especially when you play lower stakes, because when you play lower stakes you want to move up(at least the majority of the players). That was my intention when I created this channel, upload hands from 200z and up so that people can get ideas for their studying, whether they use a solver or not.If I was playing NLHE 100 I would never call preflop with such combos as J2, J3, J4, auch! And if I did it, these combos would be suited.
We can’t learn too much of these limits, since most of forum users are playing NLHE 50 or less.
So one good piece of advice: don’t try to do it at lower limits, never at the micro stakes because the rake structure is completely different.
Thanks a lot mate!Dont thin J2o is koscher pre.
Anyway, subbed to your channel! Thanks for the uploads.
UTG is bluffing its missed flush draws on the river in a dry context/texture. It would be better to raise flop, but UTG had too much equity/implied odds and decided just to call a fair sizing bet OTF.Pretty sure UTG was raising the river for value, since A8 is way to strong to turn into a bluff. Can be argued, that the raise is a little thin given the paired board. But its difficult to put someone on a 2, so mostly just one of those annoying spots, where we catch up while behind.
UTG has top two pair and beat hands like A5, AQ, AJ, AT, A9 etc., which might bet turn and river for value, after flop got checked through.UTG is bluffing its missed flush draws on the river in a dry context/texture.