Tactical Tuesday Free Poker Training Video: Playing 4-Bet Pots as the Preflop Raiser | Cash Game Online Poker Strategy
This week’s free poker training video features Coach Brad Wilson and co-host Jon Chai with more online cash game poker hand breakdowns focusing on 4-Bet Pots as both the PFR (Preflop Raiser) and the PFC (Preflop Caller). Jon puts himself into position to play for stacks, but as always, Coach Brad begs the question of whether the road taken leads to the most value. ***FREE POKER COURSE*** Click here to get the NURRLE poker course completely for free: https://chasingpokergreatness.com/pok…
Our first poker hand is from 1000NL where Jon finds himself holding Big Slick in the cutoff against a 3-Betting villain on the button. Jon puts in the 4-Bet and after a call we go to a flop. But what happens when you have Ace King and don’t flop a pair? We try to talk ourselves through the available options in this interesting spot.
Our second poker hand up for debate is old reliable Cowboys in the cutoff. Another villain on the button bumps it up to 3-Bet territory and of course Pocket Kings deserves a 4-Bet. Jon and Brad have differing opinions on when to bet and when to check. Does villain take the bait and rip it all in?
00:00 Tactical Tuesday Episode 108 Intro
00:30 Coach Brad Wilson & Poker Pro Jon Chai get acquainted before diving in
01:03 Discussion of this week’s poker strategy theme, which is 4-Bet Pots as the Preflop Raiser
01:29 Brad’s idea for a future episode — go to greatnessvillage.com to vote!
02:33 Hand No. 1: AcKh (hero) in the cutoff vs. reg villain on the button (4-Bet pot)
16:28 Join the CPG Wolves! (application info below)
17:25 Hand No. 2: KdKc (hero) in the cutoff vs. reg villain on the button (4-Bet pot)
28:51 Outro: go to chasingpokergreatness.com for more!
On this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon analyze two hands where Jon decided to put in a cold 4bet preflop and was playing for stacks by the river.
On this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon break down two 4-bet pots where Jon decided to run bluffs once as the preflop caller and once as the preflop 4-bettor.
On this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon each bring in a hand that starts with a light 4bet pre-flop and some deepstacked decisions post-flop. Coach Brad is faced with the question of how to get as much money in the pot as possible, while Jon contemplates whether he needs to put all the money in the middle just to have a chance at winning the pot.