Today’s episode features two hands where Jon was put to a decision for his entire stack on the river. Tune in to hear Jon’s thought process and whether Coach Brad agrees with Jon’s decisions.
On this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon analyze two river spots where Jon needed advice on how he played his hands. Tune in to see if Coach Brad agrees with Jon’s river logic.
Coach Brad and Jon review a couple hands from a recent high-stakes live stream that Brad played for PokerCoaching.com.
Jon takes a break from the online tables to play the juicy live cash games that always pop up during LAPC. Hand #1 is Coach Brad’s favorite: Jon attempting to turn a pair into a bluff. And hand #2 sees Jon’s trips with an ace kicker reduced to an unexciting bluff catcher. Tune in to catch the results of both hands!
On this week’s episode, Coach Brad reviews two hands where Jon found himself on the river twice with nothing but a bluff catcher. Find out whether Coach Brad thinks Jon should have called or folded!
This week’s theme is bet calling bluffcatchers on the river. On today’s episode you’ll hear Coach Brad and Jon verbalize their thoughts after betting a marginal hand for value on the river and getting put to the test for rest of their chips. Will Coach Brad and Jon be able to make the correct call or fold? Find out now on Tactical Tuesday!
On today’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon review two 3bet pots from Jon’s recent 2kNL shot take where Jon arrives at the river with bluff catchers and has to decide whether to call off the rest of his stack.
Tactical Tuesday returns this week with a pair of hand breakdowns by Coach Brad and Jon. Our heroes both face overbets and find themselves with tricky river decisions despite having very strong hands. Find out what our heroes ended up doing in-game and whether their decisions are CPG approved.
Today’s episode of the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast features two recent hands Coach Thomas played on Ignition with a Queen Deuce and a Queen Trey. You’re going to hear straight from the horses mouth why Coach Thomas opted to put in three-bets with hands that don’t really have much business putting extra money into the pot and gain some valuable lessons as it relates to counting combos when bluff catching.