This is a discussion on Doug Polk Vids on Youtube within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; Boat Over Boat! Vanessa Rousso FIRES BACK At Tony G - YouTube
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just wondering what you all think of Doug Polk's series of free
just wondering what you all think of Doug Polk's series of free coaching vids on you tube,,,the link above shows Tony G...and i like tony G...getting caught with his trousers down with Vanessa Rousso....( yikes...sounds like fun...ed..)
i started subscribing to these vids a month or so ago...i like them...he takes the thought process to deeper levels that i hadn't previously integrated into my game....bluff blockers etc...
The concept of range i was first introduced to a few years ago via cole south's seminal book, ' let there be range', which was very costly to buy when it came out, but free online as a pdf for a while...don't know if it still is...
I also love doug's sense of humour and style of vids..the way he had a go at Luke Schwarz in the above vid was priceless imo..
All thoughts and opinions on the doug polk vids much appreciated...as well as any more links to other good coaching vids on you tube..
Have a great day, and may the farce be with ya all..
i do enjoy dougs vids, have only recently learned about his vids on youtube and have been watching them since ive learnt about them. They do give a diff perspective on approaching play with some hands and also give insight on how some of the pros of today think and approach their games. So would encourage anyone to give it a watch as you might be able to benefit from some of the tips and styles that are demonstrated by doug in his vids
Agreed. Watching Doug and Alec Torelli's videos really got me starting to think in terms of ranges. Before, I would bet strong hands that weren't the nuts in order to not give the opponent a free card, but then Doug explained if you bet all your strong hands, your opponent will begin to realise you are weak when you check etc.
Really fun and useful videos. I think that his Poker hands videos are very useful because learning from expert players like him is more useful than trying to learn from moderately successful players who stream on Twitch. The videos really help me to think about the game in the right way. They're far more entertaining than other methods of studying as well.