Mastering The Fundamentals: Cash Game Strategy

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This poker strategy video will walk you through everything you need to know to start crushing cash games!

0:00 – Mastering The Fundamentals Of Cash Games
0:21 – Cash Game Strategy: Preflop Bet Sizing
0:32 – Default Preflop Bet Sizing When Deep Stacked
4:37 – Recommended Preflop Raise Sizes
6:58 – Exploitative Preflop Bet Sizing
9:24 – Playing Against Limpers
9:41 – Facing One Limper: 100bbs Deep
11:20 – Facing One Tricky Limper: 100bbs Deep
14:48 – Facing One Tricky Limper: Poker Hand Example
18:34 – Facing One Straightforward Limper: 100bbs Deep
20:38 – Facing One Straightforward Limper: Poker Hand Example
23:06 – Facing Multiple Limpers: 100bbs Deep
24:19 – Facing Multiple Limpers: Poker Hand Example
28:09 – When Your Limp Gets Raised: 100bbs Deep
30:00 – When Your Limp Gets Raised: Poker Hand Example
32:13 – Defending The Blinds
33:23 – Defending The Big Blind vs One Raiser
39:38 – Defending The Small Blind vs One Raiser
43:37 – How To Get A Profitable Seat At The Poker Table
43:57 – Getting In A Poker Game
45:47 – Getting Into A Profitable Poker Game
48:37 – When To Quit Your Poker Session
53:43 – Stop Loss In Poker

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Module 1 – Introduction To Master The Fundamentals
Module 2 – The Rules Of No-Limit Hold’em
Module 3 – Hand Rankings
Module 4 – Effective Stack Size
Module 5 – Preflop Strategy: Starting Hands
Module 6 – Preflop Strategy: Three Main Reasons To Bet
Module 7 – Preflop Strategy: When Everyone Folds To You
Module 8 – Preflop Strategy: When You Get 3-Bet
Module 9 – Preflop Strategy: When Facing Limpers
Module 10 – Preflop Strategy: When Someone Raises Before You
Module 11 – Preflop Strategy: When There is Lots of Action
Module 12 – Postflop Strategy
Module 13 – Postflop: Flop Strategy
Module 14 – Postflop: Multiway
Module 15 – Postflop: Turn Strategy
Module 16 – Postflop: River Strategy
Module 17 – Stack Size Adjustments
Module 18 – Tournament Adjustments
Module 19 – Bankroll Management
Module 20 – Continued Learning

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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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10 thoughts on “Mastering The Fundamentals: Cash Game Strategy

  1. In a live 1/2 cash game, with 3 (or 4) limpers, if you make it 13$ you are going to get called in all spots, plus some cold callers. Maybe it shouldn’t happen that way, but it will. I agree with your math and everything you are saying in principle, but if your goal is to get less players in that pot, you better make it 25+. Even then if you get a cold caller, 75% of those limpers are likely to call you.

  2. What if making oversized raises preflop does not cost you action? Eg $2/$3 8-handed, open UTG to $20, I will usually see the flop about 4-way. This is not uncommon in low stakes cash games. In games like this is it better to make the bigger opening raise for value, or still stick to 3BB or so?

  3. The raise sizes I consider are too big relative to the amount of BBs. For 100-60bb the standard raise is 2.5x these days.

  4. i wish i could like these videos 2x. ive been landing in the money more than not in the tourneys im entering now in large part to 3 sources, this being at the front of them. thank you @jonathan little

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  6. Sup bossman, so basically I deposited 400 dollars into poker about a year and a half ago to play nl10. Now my bankroll from that amount is 3100 . I am currently playing nl100, but am at a very precise stake to where I played nl50 today at 2 tables because my full roll was about 3100. I feel like I am stuck at a point to where I don’t know how to get any expected value out of my opponents. To be honest I literally have modern poker theory by Michael Acevedo and follow the preflop charts next to me but I always get into spots to where I raise button preflop with 76 suited and the big blind raises and flop come king 6 2 rainbow and villain cbets 30 percent and I just( tbh I calll when I have a pair but really don’t know what the love to do in all the other spots that I face, and it’s just annoying as love to where I just fold?!?!? Like it’s just absolutely ridiculous and I don’t want to be big dicked off a table but I literally don’t know what to do when it folds to me in the small blind, I raise with king 7 suited and the flop comes 663 all different suits to which I am holding?!?. Like am I actually expected to know the exact frequencies to which my king 7 holds against the 663 rainbow board which presents itself on the flop!?&?. It’s just so sick this online poker stuff. So freaking sick this game. I love it thought

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