The IMPORTANCE of BET SIZING | How to WIN $3,000,000 in 3 Days Part 19

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We go from having the Nuts on the turn to a vulnerable hand on the river and face a tough decision against one of the best players in the world. We also review the importance of bet sizing and how our opponents bet sizing influences our decisions.

0:00 Intro
0:45 Preflop
2:30 Flop
3:00 Check or Bet?
3:55 Turn
6:55 River
9:45 Assessing our range
11:30 Bet sizing influencing our action
14:30 Why not Bet yourself?
15:20 Conclusion

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The IMPORTANCE of BET SIZING | How to WIN $3,000,000 in 3 Days Part 19

10 thoughts on “The IMPORTANCE of BET SIZING | How to WIN $3,000,000 in 3 Days Part 19

  1. When of the greatest coach … but Daniel … if I run like you, J10 off X QJ off flop J and K10 off X KQ turn straight 😂😊 ❤ I would win it too 🙏

  2. Thanks Daniel for review, I am glad i would make a lot of the same moves. I just would like to know, why did you raise this size at the end?

  3. Noob question but at 2:18 is he saying K-5/K-8 is a better hand than K-10 or is he saying he would prefer to do that with worse hands like K-5/K-8 because K-10 is the better hand?

    I can't see how K-10 would be a worse hand but that's how I heard it at first.

  4. I always like to see a flop no matter what card as long as a possible straight and suited

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