Tactical Tuesday Free Poker Training Video: Taking Shots At 2kNL
Tactical Tuesday Episode 064
On this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon analyze two hands that Jon played during a recent 2kNL shot take.
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On this week’s episode, Jon goes back to the live streets and immediately gets into some interesting spots.
In today’s episode Jon proposes a pot odds bet with Coach Brad where the loser will suffer future humiliation.
On today’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon break down two hands posted in the Hand History section of Greatness Village. If you would like the chance to have one of your hands analyzed on Tactical Tuesday, join the Chasing Poker Greatness community here https://bit.ly/greatness-village!
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On today’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon use a popular poker solver called Pio to simulate a hand that Jon recently played online. The goal for this episode is not to learn the best way to play our hand in a GTO environment, but rather to learn how to adjust from GTO strategies when playing against an opponent who is likely to be either over
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This week’s episode features two hands from Coach Brad’s monthly cash game stream for Jonathan Little’s PokerCoaching.com Premium members.
Today’s episode of Tactical Tuesdayfeatures hand breakdowns of two hands posted in Greatness Village.
Hand #1 was submitted by Coach Thomas, the other resident coach in GV. Hand #2 was submitted by Charlie (Playing on the @The Lodge Live ), a GV member who regularly plays in the biggest streamed games in Texas.
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Last Thursday, during a live streamed cash game session, Coach Brad fired up a couple tables of 1kNL and was coincidently placed at a few of the same tables occupied by Jon. Unbeknownst to both student and coach, they battled each other in the anonymous games of Ignition, only realizing that they had played each other during a hand review session days later. Hit play
Coach Brad describes the five courses (including one that’s free!) that are currently being offered at Chasing Poker Greatness. Tune in to learn what sets CPG courses apart from every other piece of training content on the market and how these courses can take your game to the next level.
Coach Brad and Jon return for another round of hand breakdowns on this week’s Tactical Tuesday. In this episode you’ll hear about two hands Jon played recently at $5/$10 6-max cash. Both hands involve tricky monotone flops and both hands result in maximum pain for one of the players involved. Will Jon be the one dishing it out or will he be the one left
Tactical Tuesday Free Poker Training Podcast: Was The Daniel Negreanu vs. Doug Polk High Stakes Poker Challenge Good For The Game?
In today’s first segment Coach Brad and his student Jon share their opinions on whether or not they think the Doug Polk vs. Daniel Negreanu high stakes heads-up challenge was ultimately good for the game of poker.
After the jump they give their opinions on ways they think these challenges could be improved upon moving forward into the future.
Pros and Cons
– Grudge Matches are always fun.
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Coach Brad and his student Jon return for a third round of Tactical Tuesday. If you’ve ever been curious about the types of discussions that occur during Coach Brad’s coaching sessions, this week’s episode will provide a close look at just that. Jon shows Coach Brad two hands that he played recently at $5/$10 NL on Ignition, with both hands including at least one street
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On this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon dive into two hands where Jon decided to check raise the flop.
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On this week’s episode of Tactical Tuesday, Coach Brad and Jon decide to switch up the format. Jon presents two hands where he fired a river bluff and Coach Brad has to guess which bluff got through and which one didn’t. If Brad guesses correctly, Jon pays $100 and vice versa if Brad guesses incorrectly. See if you can figure out which bluff got through
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!
In this week’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon take a look at two hands where Jon check raises the flop as a bluff and then makes a pair on the turn. Jon explains why he chose to play the two spots so differently.
Coach Brad and Jon break down a couple hands where Jon decided to bluff a 4-flush river. Tune in to find out what Coach Brad thinks about Jon’s decision to bluff and his bluff sizings.
Coach Brad reviews two 3bet pots Jon played during a recent session where Jon ended up 3betting two hands on opposite ends of the spectrum. In the first hand, Jon 3bets AK and in the second hand he 3bets J4 suited. Find out how he fared with the premium and the napkins.
On today’s episode, Coach Brad and Jon analyze a 3bet pot and a 4bet pot that Jon recently played. Jon has a decision about whether to bluff the river in one hand and a decision about whether to go for thin value in another. Find out how these two river spots played out.
On this week’s episode Coach Brad and Jon break down two hands from $5/$10 online where Jon decided to turn a pair (or pairs) into bluffs. Is it ever good to turn pairs into bluffs? If yes, what would be an appropriate situation? Press play to find out Coach Brad’s thoughts on these questions!
Unlike last week’s episode of Tactical Tuesday, on this week’s episode Jon finds himself all-in on the river twice, but this time praying for a fold. Will Jon’s opponents find the fold button or will they send him packing?
You’ve gotten to the river with a hand that has to bluff in order to win the pot.
How do you go about deciding the best size with which to bluff? Should you go big, medium, or small? Should you use the same size in every situation?
Find out how Coach Brad thinks through river bluff sizing on today’s episode!
A few episodes ago I (Coach Brad) told Jon that I wasn’t a fan of some of his hands where he decided to turn pairs into bluffs (see the Tactical Tuesday that aired on August 10, 2021). Jon, as he usually does, took my advice to heart and has now decided to start bluffing with hands that make me EVEN MORE uncomfortable. Find out how
Coach Brad and his student Jon return for a second episode of “Finding Unnatural Bluffing Opportunities.” Coach Brad kicks us off with a hand from $500NL Zone where he finds himself on the river with 9-high in a 3bet pot and only 15 seconds to make a decision. In the second half of the episode Jon shares a hand where he misclicks the turn and
Tactical Tuesday Free Poker Training Podcast: Finding Unnatural Bluffing Opportunities At Online $1K No Limit
On today’s show, Coach Brad and his student Jon will take a look at two hands that Jon recently played at $5/$10 6-max cash on Ignition. Jon tries to take advantage of a pair of spots on the turn that he believes are underbluffed by his player pool and more importantly are spots Jon believes his player pool perceives as underbluffed. Identifying and exploiting spots
Today’s episode features three epic hands from my favorite poker show of all-time, High Stakes Poker.
Tom Dwan pulls off one of the best bluffs of all time, Phil Galfond gets GOT by a recreational player, and Brad Booth pounds stacks of cash on the felt with four high vs. the GOAT Phil Ivey.
Today’s episode of Chasing Poker Greatness features one of the greatest to ever sit down at the green felt, Ike Haxton, getting a disgusting bluff through vs. Ryan Daut.
Hand #2 happened right before the COVID-19 pandemic at WPT Thunder Valley and involves Jake Schwartz and Tony Tran.
Today on Hero Bluff Week Thomas and I break down probably the most important bluff in poker’s history involving Chris Moneymaker and Sam Farha.
The other bluff we chose was a little bit more recent (it happened back in 2018) and involved a former WSOP champion trying to bully his way into another WSOP Main Event final table.
Today’s episode features two pots from the greatest player to ever sit down at the green felt.
Hand 1 is a classic pitting Phil Ivey against Tom “Durrr” Dwan on High Stakes Poker where a pot BALLOONS to over $600,000.
Hand 2 is just Phil Ivey doing Phil Ivey things in a classic hand you genuinely do not want to miss.
I’m convinced Live at the Bike was created just as a battleground for Andy and Garrett Adelstein to wage war against one another.
Kicking off “Hero Bluff Week” are two hands played by two of the best regulars in the nosiest of nose bleed cash games in the world.
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