When To TRIPLE BARREL BLUFF [Poker Strategy With Matt Affleck]

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This Weekly Poker Hand features PokerCoaching.com coach Matt Affleck who is deep in a World Series of Poker event.

This poker hand took place in the WSOP – Millionaire Maker with less than 100 players left and over $1,000,000 for 1st! Matt finds himself heads-up against a British poker professional – Nick Marchington. Nick made the final table of the WSOP Main Event so he is certainly capable and is known to be a very strong poker player.

The hand starts with Affleck raising from the lojack and Marchington defending the big blind. The paired flop creates an interesting discussion point over range advantage and how best to proceed on these types of flops as the pre-flop aggressor. We also discuss the merits of geometric bet sizing and when best to use this type of betting.

It is important to note when playing any poker hand – who is your opponent and what do you presume their skill level to be? This will help you determine what types of hands they will choose to play which allows you to narrow their range and proceed accordingly.

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When To TRIPLE BARREL BLUFF [Poker Strategy With Matt Affleck]

10 thoughts on “When To TRIPLE BARREL BLUFF [Poker Strategy With Matt Affleck]

  1. There are so many golden teaching points from Matt in this video – which one was your favorite? 👀

  2. I think IT was good play from both sides hero call was Okey because he was beating 4+ samé missed Diamonds

  3. Yes indeed I love Matt’s content, maybe I can scrounge up enough cash to see more of it…

  4. Matt, John and Alex Fitzgerald are the most I learn from. Matt is a scary player to see when you playing on ACR and he pops up lol…Keep up the good work

  5. "Everything in poker derives from value" is a really good thing to remember. I also like the way he emphasized the blockers. The bet sizing before the river was something else I had not thought of.

  6. Yes I like Matt’s stuff. A lot.
    I really he always refers back to his opening range composition from his seat “LoJack i’m playing suited 8s and offsuit 10s—so that interacts with this flop in such and such a way…”

  7. Bossman, how does one substantially build a bankroll, like I literally met Alex Foxen at my gym and he said he won 10k in a tournament and played full time from there. Watched an interview and chidwik won like 40k when he was 21 in a tournament. And I know to play properly bankrolled for tournaments you need like 100 buy ins so we’re these guys just playing out of there bankroll and just spiked a huge tournament or did they just like start with a huge some or did they play micros and stuff?

  8. Is it a coincidence that the best deep stacked cash game players are guys that love to blast the pot? Cats like true teller and Malinowski?

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