Ep 232 – Forum on Scary Action with a Set (@Veaner85)

This week, Jim Reid leads the panel through a forum post by the one and only @Veaner85 – what a treat! While battling it out against each other in the nightly home game, the panel is joined by Kim @PetVet for a final week, and talks about bet sizing on dynamic boards multiway, and how you can use action on earlier streets to eliminate important parts of your opponent’s range. Come sign up for a free account at rec.poker today and post a question in the forum for the panel to review! https://rec.poker/forums/discussion/early-hand-from-tonights-tournament/

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Ep 228 – Forum on Donking (@PetVet)

This week, Jim Reid leads the panel through a forum post by @PetVet which is all about donking! While battling it out against each other in the nightly home game, the panel is joined by Kim herself to talk about bet sizing, donking ranges, the assumptions people make , and why some players prefer to check-raise instead. Come sign up for a free account at rec.poker today and post a question in the forum for the panel to review! https://rec.poker/forums/discussion/facing-donk-leads-as-preflop-raiser/

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  1. Cool listening to you guys break this down. Anyone have thoughts how I (or Babker) played it? Would you have put Chad on a set? The way he played it, I certainly did not. And when he checks the river after small bets on previous streets, I felt he was worried that 1 of us beat him and that he would fold to a bet and raise.

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