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Mastering play from the big blind is a very tricky but highly lucrative skill for every poker player. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out, watch this live poker webinar now to learn the 3 most important hacks to crush more from the big blind!

In this poker video, PokerCoaching founder and head coach, Jonathan Little, will reveal 3 of the biggest impacting poker hacks that will revolutionize your approach to playing from the big blind.

The big blind is one of the most important things to study as you will often find yourself playing in pots from this position. In this live poker video Jonathan will teach you; how to defend your big blind effectively, and when to choose to 3-bet preflop to keep your opponents guessing. Knowing when to fold, call or raise is a fine-line that these 3 poker hacks will help you master!

Watch this live poker webinar now and reveal the 3 biggest hacks that will enable you to win more from the big blind. It’s time to elevate your poker game and take your poker skills to new heights!

In order to take your poker game to the next level it is vitally important you learn all the nuances of the game.

Do you know what ranges of poker hands you should be playing from each position? When should you 3-bet, call or fold? When is the right time to make a hero call or a huge bluff? Do you know how to play preflop, flop, turn & river effectively and how should your poker strategy change depending on the street? What difference does it make if you are playing multi-way vs heads-up?

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8 thoughts on “3 HACKS To WIN More From The BIG BLIND

  1. Great video!!!!!! but being an insane person as I am.. I can't help but notice none of these solver EV+ strategies take MTT survival theory into consideration.

  2. I don’t like 3 betting most hands I’m going to defend with from the BB, even stronger hands unless the stronger hand is a legit premium (which I may still be able to fight back with against a 4 bet depending on the player profile of the 4 bettor instead of mostly having to 3 bet fold good hands to a 4 bet OOP in most spots) and isolation is necessary based on the preflop action. This accomplishes a couple things. It typically keeps the pot smaller which is preferable when playing OOP for a number of reasons, and it keeps your range uncapped for relatively junky looking unconnected boards keeping any PFR who has good position relative to the button…. whose range will typically connect better with said junky looking boards more honest and allows you to rep hands which connect with said boards better and get bluffs through more frequently in those spots.

  3. Hey Jonathan I’m new to poker and I’m trying to read the charts on the poker coaching app but I’m super lost and don’t know where to start. Where it says opp position I don’t know what to put since there are multiple opponents and I don’t know the difference between vs raise and vs 4-bet. If you could help that’d be great thanks!

  4. Hi Jonathan, great content as usual… I just have a question, when you present some ranges for X blinds (for example the first two ranges in this video are for 40 blinds situation), does it mean both players have X blinds? Or does it mean then smaller stack of these two players has X blinds, so X blinds is effective stack?

  5. Last year. On a main european tournament I opened AK on the button 35bb deep. BB covered me and shoved. He had 22, and I lost.
    I thought it was a terrible play . Turns out he was shoving correctly. Always learning

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