# Live Poker

## How To Play 2 Pair In A Multi-Way Pot

In this hand, weâ€™re in the big blind with T6s. There’s a limp, another limp, another limp. And hero decides to check his option. In the write-up, Jay says this: â€œPeople here know I play really tight. If I make a decent size raise, most fold. So I wanted to mix it […]

## What To Do On The Worst River Card?

In this \$1/\$2 hand hero gets a free-play from the blinds and has to figure out what the best play is on one of the worst river cards. Getting counterfeited on the turn/river always sucks – but we still need to make a decision and this video will help you choose the

## How To Beat Super-Tight Poker Players

Nits can be found in every single poker game you might play. And itâ€™s important that we at least have some semblance of an idea on how to beat these people more easily and more regularly, and what exactly we should be looking for when it comes to crafting our lines against

## Punishing Limpers With Large Preflop Raises

When should you limp behind preflop? When should you isolate? If you do decide to raise and isolate the limper(s), how large should you go? Let’s dissect this question and answer once and for all how to think ahead, create a +EV plan, and maximize our profits when there are a number

## How To Think About Ranges (Now With Pie!)

Truth be told, Iâ€™m a very visual person. Iâ€™m also a very mathematically-oriented person. So being able to visualize math-based things is crucial for me when trying to learn and use something. So when I began studying hand ranges and learning how to exploit various ranges, I created a simple model to

## Semi-Bluff Shove Poker Math

There are very few things in poker that are more fun than shoving. And if you are considering doing more 5bet bluff shoving preflop or semi-bluff jamming postflop, then understanding the math behind it is crucial. In this video I explain when and how to expand the math to make sure you

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