Why Fish = High School Girls

Today I wanna talk about the wisdom of Danny Wooderson (Played by Matthew McConaughey in the 1993 film Dazed and Confused). Here’s the quote:

“That’s what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.”

Alright, alright, alright … maybe it’s not all that wise but there’s a very interesting poker takeaway…

As the years pass poker continues to evolve, and strategies get more and more sophisticated…

Fish continue limping right along.

5 years from today, you’ll be a much better poker player…

The fish will be as clueless as ever.

Every single time you sit down at a poker table, you have a golden opportunity to capitalize on that fact.


A Question From the Village:

Q: “Hi Brad, The next Fish in a Barrel, what are the days/times and format?

Do you feel fish in a barrel will be transferable to live poker or or is it geared to online play?”

A: “Thomas and I are going to record all the meetings and upload them as unlisted on YouTube so that anyone who buys the course can watch the content on-demand.

Re: Live applications – What I love about fish is I keep getting better but they continue sucking for all eternity…

Whether it be online or live.

The one difference between live and online is that you’re in less heads-up spots vs. fish because pots have a tendency to go multi-way often.

Even still, the EV differential between optimal and sub-optimal is surprisingly huge … with a 1 bb difference between 1/2 and 1/3 in the example in yesterday’s email.

Playing $2-$5 it shouldn’t take too many sessions for the course to pay for itself at $200.”

TLDR:

Fish gonna be fish ->

Each day that passes where you don’t know how to attack them by cbetting optimally you’re leaving money on the table ->

Stop leaving money on the table at https://chasingpokergreatness.com/fish-in-a-barrel

Talk to you tomorrow,

Coach Brad