How IMPORTANT is BALANCE in Poker? | How to WIN $3,000,000 in 3 Days Part 4

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This hand is against Michael Addamo and we try to get some revenge for him busting us in this event the year prior. Another new video coming Thursday!

0:00 Introduction
1:15 Solver Inputs
1:50 Outliers in Poker
3:00 How important is Balance?
3:40 Tournament Results
4:30 Preflop
6:18 Flop
6:55 Monotone Board
8:20 Raising the Flop
11:50 Balancing Flop Raises
13:04 Denying Equity and Conclusion

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10 thoughts on “How IMPORTANT is BALANCE in Poker? | How to WIN $3,000,000 in 3 Days Part 4

  1. Hey Daniel, why don’t you do a reaction to your old videos from when you were sponsored by Wynn and doing the heads up challenge? The one where you’re shining light on Small Ball?

  2. Willing to learn ,never putting other players down in a mean way.
    Just a top top player..thats it really

  3. I absolutely love both the Mike the Mouth comment and Daniel declaring solvers are guys and have a weakness 😂😂😂

  4. Why do you just talk so much about the hand? We want to know how the leg positioning controversy ended!

  5. Some who is vocal at night level tournaments is a rare sight. About out to daniel to be so cool,l make balanced decisions and be successful

  6. I really enjoy listening to your thought process however I believe small CBet is BRILLIANT. The beauty of the small cbet on a monotone boards is it can’t be exploited. You can bet your entire range and it almost never a mistake. You can get better hands to fold with air for dirty cheap. It only need to work less than 20% of the time. It’s tough for a player to continue on monotone out of position without that suit especially against turn barrels. If you get raised you comfortably fold your air and lose the minimum. Adammo never hand to worry if he folded the best hand. No one is re raise bluffing on monotone boards with pure air it’s suicide. When you do flop a flush you keep your opponent range wide and get value on the turn. When you flop a flush and get re raise your opponent range is well defined. They most likely have 2 pair or a set and a long a the board doesn’t pair you will have the best hand quite often. With the A of that suit if you face a re raise you got options and you don’t have to call a huge raise size because you bet small of the flop. Opponents rarely re raising a flop flush because it lets you get off the hook with your air. If you are betting into a flop flush in position you can realize your equity for a small investment with the bet check decide line.

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