Poker Strategy: Playing QQ in an Inflated Pot with Short Stacks

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Poker Strategy: Playing QQ in an Inflated Pot with Short Stacks

5 thoughts on “Poker Strategy: Playing QQ in an Inflated Pot with Short Stacks

  1. Brilliant. I love this particular guys call in hand analysis. Bart, how do I go about getting some coaching from you? Many thanks. J

  2. I think I'd shove the river hoping he has a nine or a pocket pair or maybe a jack…if he had been calling with a nine or a pocket pair up til then, he'd call again getting better than 4-1. If he made jacks he's definitely calling..that's quite possible. You could easily have had big broadway cards and missed. If he missed a draw like Kh-Th or whatever, he's folding anyways.

  3. Great analysis as usual.
    I have one question: if we are getting 3-4 calls when we raise in EP is it wrong to go against conversational wisdom and limp/3-bet?

  4. Thoughts on overbet shoving the turn? I don't think villain is strong on this turn card after just flatting on the flop so we rarely are behind. I would hope to get called and see TPTK or a strong draw. Sizing at only $100 gives villain pot odds to draw with just an A or K high flushdraw.

  5. Love the info in these vids! If I may ask a simple question, are there any thoughts you have regarding how long (or short) to make a session? I travel some significant distance to where I play but have noticed pretty consistently my results start out great but after only a couple hours I bleed away chips and my play worsens.

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