09/30/12 03:48 AM
@ minute 21... when you four bet the AJo from the sb player and you think he might be light because of his preflop bet sizing, do you think there is merit to flatting because 4 betting an unknown with a merged value range against a player we think is polarized does not seem like the greatest strategy because he wont be calling with worse when we 4 bet and why not just keep his dominated hands in with flatting in position. He will be more likely to make mistakes because he is out of position, same idea as when you flatted TT earlier in the video. My question is mainly, What do you think is the merit to flatting preflop versus 4 betting and why do you think that 4 betting is the superior strategy versus a polarized three betting range? In terms of the bigger picture, how does this four bet fit in exactly, because flatting and playing a flop 40 blinds effective seems like a perfectly viable strategy as well, are we four betting for image considerations as well?
06/27/12 12:00 AM
GhettoFabolous returns for part four of his SCOOP $1k Main Event replayer series. David discusses chip accumulation, bet sizing, position, and more.
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