What's up guys? Here's a short video about preflop hand selection in Pot Limit Omaha. A lot of people ask me what the biggest mistakes beginners make in PLO. One of the most important things you can do in PLO is know correct preflop strategy. If you don't have a solid preflop range, you will get into a lot of trouble postflop, that is just how the structure of the game works. Here are three preflop Pot Limit Omaha key concepts: 1. Connectivity or gaps in your hand. Play hands where the gap is as low as possible, 5789 is a one-gapper with the gap at the bottom. With 5679, the gap is on the top and is very marginal as it leads to more domination issues. 2. Suits. AK78 can have two high suits (AxKy7x8y) or one high and one low suit (AxKx7y8y). Two higher suits are much better because you don't want to block the Ace and the King of the same suit, and you want to make it more less likely your opponent ends up with a better flush than you. 3. High cards. Higher cards have more equity because they outrank lower cards and they tend to have redraw possibilities Now, what you want to do is combine these components when looking at a starting hand. The strongest hands in PLO will have two or three of these components in a high quality manner. High card + double-suited + connected = premium hands. Example: AxAyKxQy, AxAyJxTy, QxJyTx9y As a starting point, playable hands generally have two components, and one-component hands are not usually worth playing. Hope that helps. Fernando aka JNandez
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Join the PLO Mastermind: https://jnandezpoker.com/ 2:14 - Consider the rake - it is your biggest enemy 2:40 - Play less hands facing raises and the big blind 3:05 - Don't fall into the pot odds trap! 3:55 - Don't limp from the small blind in high rake environments 4:30 - Raise tighter when limpers are involved 5:50 - Play straightforward in multiway pots 8:50 - Pay attention to bet sizing tells from recreational players 13:00 - Don't overvalue low or medium rundowns in multiway pots 21:30 - Put your ego aside. Accept you have to overcome the rake too. 23:25 - In multiway pots, ask yourself "can I make the nuts"? 23:50 - Don't Limp! 24:10 - Have high standards for betting or continuing postflop in multiway pots PLO Mastermind: https://jnandezpoker.com Discord chat: https://discord.gg/5uPWStQ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com only $29 for the first 30 days of access during April Join our free GROUP CHAT: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Good times on my last poker stream for 2017. Started off playing $2k HU PLO and midstakes MTTs on PokerStars, then sat at $5k PLO 6-max on PokerStars. Played and ran good for a few stacks to make it a $10k day. Pumped for 2018! Let's get at it! Full stream: https://youtu.be/ywXEuX6Sgsg
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Hey guys! Welcome to this hand history review video where I count down through my TOP 5 pots played recently at the high stakes PLO games. Hand #5 (00:00:24) I have 9475 double suited on the Button and flat a Middle Position open. The Big Blind three bet squeezes. Now, the original raiser four bets effectively putting over half his stack in the pot. This might seem like a bad spot but versus these ranges we should be pretty happy as they are very likely to have high card or high paired hands like Aces. If that is the case, our equity preflop can be pretty good in a three-way pot. We cold-call versus the four-bet and call off after the big blind and MP player get it in against double suited AAJ8 and double suited AKKJ. The pot is $5,4k and the board runs out 874r, 6, 3 to ship us the pot! Hand #4 (00:02:19) In this hand I am playing heads-up over 100bbs deep and three bet QQ33ss preflop. My opponent four bets and, being deeper than normal, I have a standard call. The flop is JT6r with an SPR of 2.8. To my surprise, my opponent decided to check back the flop. The turn is the three of clubs, giving me bottom set. I bet out full pot and my opponent shoves with AAJ2 with the turned nut flush draw. The river is the 2 of spades and we ship the $6,8k pot. Hand #3 (00:04:11) I have J9T8 double-suited in the big blind and we are playing three handed 10/20 PLO with stacks over 100 blinds. The button opens, gets three-bet by the SB, and we cold four-bet with our double-suited hand. The BTN cold calls versus the four bet, probably with some kind of rundown. My hand plays better heads-up than three-way so I am not as happy as if he had folded. The small blind suprisingly folds and we see the flop with a stack to pot ratio of 1.5. We get it in on a J45r flop versus the button's 6789ss and I ship the $6,3k pot. Hand #2 (00:06:00) I am in the big blind with AA52 single suited, slightly over 150 big blinds deep versus the button at a three-handed game. I three-bet preflop and my opponent calls. The flop is AcQsc9, a great board for my three-betting range. I make a continuation bet and the button calls. The turn is the 7s, bringing a possible backdoor flush draw. At this point, the stack to pot ratio (SPR) is 2,7. The river is very likely to bring a texture shift that is favorable for my opponent. I would rather the turn go check-check and play a smaller river scenario or induce a bet from out opponent and get all our money in correctly on the turn. In this hand, we go for a check and our opponent bets big and calls off versus a check-shove with a flopped set of nines to ship a $6,5k pot. Hand #1 (00:07:58) I open the cutoff with KQJ2 double suited, the SB flats and the 50 big blind stack in the BB squeezes. We both call preflop. The flop is T93r. The SB checks, the BB shoves for almost a pot sized bet and we call. The small blind then raises all-in and we call with our 13-card nut wrap draw. The money goes in for a $9k pot, we turn a backdoor flush draw on the 6 of diamonds, and hit our flush on the 4 of diamonds. Unfortunately, the small blind holds the King high flush and we get none of the pot. Hope you guys enjoyed!
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First Twitch livestream since back from Las Vegas WSOP trip, I decided to jump into the 200z pool at 8am and found the games to be insaaanely soft. After a rough start and going down 3 buy-ins, I ended up about 12 buy-ins for a great session. I also took 4th in a small field Hot $82 NLHE tournament for about $750. All in all a solid return to online poker after a hiatus. I actually played some 10/20 online at WSOP.com, that content is exclusive for Mastermind members along with about 100 videos now. Check it out at: https://jnandezpoker.com Discord chat: https://discord.gg/5uPWStQ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker
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What's up guys! Here are the five most crucial traits poker players need to develop in order to become successful in the game. I get asked a variety of this question somewhat often on my livestreams, so here's my answer: 5. EXPERIENCE Players that are successful in poker have put in hundreds of thousands or millions of hands. They've seen many more situations and have experienced a ton of bad beats, which makes them develop an instinctual edge on the tables, but also in the mental game. 4. EMOTION Strong poker players stay in control of their emotions. It's incredibly important to make your decisions based on logic as much as possible. The nature of poker means that you WILL experience many bad beats throughout your carreer. You will lose having 98% or equity to win the pot. In any case, you have to be able to stay focused and not drift into a volatile state of emotion where you are basing your decision on fear or anger. 3. PASSION You have to be passionate and especially curious about poker strategy. At the end of the day, you have to creatively outsmart your opponents and the strategy they are applying. You will only stay competitive if you are truly passionate about becoming a great poker player and spending multiple hours every single day constantly improving and thinking about the game. 2. EGO Poker playres need to be balanced with regards to their confidence and self-reflection. A lot of players with huge egos have come and gone in the world of poker. You will face a lot of adversity, you have to stay humble but also confident when taking decisions in critical spots. When moving up in stakes, it's important to have the confidence to sit down with better players and make your decisions without fear from your opponents and focus on finding an edge. Other times you will have to recognize when players are outclassing you and will need to stop playing at that table or move down, don't allow your ego to get in the way because that can become a very expensive lesson. THE MOST important trait when it comes to being successful at poker is... COMMITMENT. You need the heart to face adversity and difficult times. Crushers don't give up, they keep going like a train with nothing to stop them. You need commitment and ambition to succeed in poker.
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Welcome back to another video! These are highlights from a swingy 500z PLO session I played on Twitch last week on Poker Stars. Ended losing a few buyins that day after getting stacked in a few big pots and not being able to recoup. So far still up a bunch for the month as seen on my Instagram stories last night! :D By the way guys I'm trying to get to 10k IG followers! You can follow me at https://www.instagram.com/jnandezpoker/ Join the PLO Mastermind at https://jnandezpoker.com You can also reach me at: Discord chat: https://discord.gg/5uPWStQ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Good luck this weekend grinders!
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com Join our free GROUP CHAT: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 In this video I go over what makes a good Pot Limit Omaha starting hand. I explain the 3 preflop components that players need to know in order to differentiate good from bad preflop hands in PLO. The 3 preflop components are connectivity, suitedness and high rank cards. These exist in many poker games including No Limit Hold'em and are a big part of understanding how to play Pot Limit Omaha preflop correctly. I included some examples from both games to bridge the gap for transitioning and those curious in learning PLO strategy. Enjoy and leave your questions in the comments.
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Hey guys, welcome to the first episode of PLO Hands with JNandez. We start off with a classic double straddle live PLO six max table with the blinds at $300/600/1200/2400! Patrik Antonius raises on the button for full pot with double-suited Kings and I like his sizing. In PLO, equities run closer and you give your opponents too good of a price to call preflop if you raise smaller. Tom Dwan picks up JT86ss - a very weak hand - and goes for a call. This took place in 2011 so we will give him a pass. The flop comes J95r (both players have a backdoor flush draw) with a stack-to-pot ratio (SPR) of 5. Dwan picks up a lot of equity with his hand, but at the same time it suffers from the problem of not being able to realize his equity in future streets on a lot of different runouts. Tom decides to lead, but in this scenario I prefer check-raising versus Patrik. We simultaneously avoid our turn/river problems and we punish him for over c-betting and potentially get him to fold his equity. Hope you enjoy my review. Fernando aka JNandez
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Hey guys, this video will be a bit different. I want to first of all thank you guys that have been leaving comments on my videos with support and questions, but especially feedback on what you would like to see. From reading the comments, I know a lot of people would like to know how to build and grow a poker bankroll effectively, exactly how to approach moving up in stakes or taking shots and what mentality it takes to be a consistent winner in poker. This video is my answer to all of you guys. I talk about how I would approach poker right now if I had a small bankroll but wanted to get serious about it. It’s very important to be realistic when dealing with poker. It’s very hard to build a bankroll off no money, playing freerolls and the nano stakes. If you have less than $500 or $1000, I would actually recommend doing something other than poker to acquire that starting bankroll to actually play with. As in any business, you will additionally need money to invest in your expertise and tools, like poker training, access to communities and poker tracking software. If this is a priority for you, then you will also need to make time for poker. At the beginning you will want to study and play at about a 50/50 ratio, and if it is seriously important to you, you will at least have to spend 15-20 hours a week. While playing the low or micro stakes, we will be making at most some hundreds of dollars a week. This is fine because at the beginning it’s really about the learning process, figuring out what works, what doesn’t, your routine, and learning more about poker strategy. During these months, your poker bankroll starts growing and you start taking shots at the next stake to test the waters. After many hours put into the game, the bankroll builds and starts to snowball. The hardest part is at the beginning to achieve the momentum. When you finally reach $10k, in terms of time it might not make sense directly but what you will have at this point in terms of potential is great. You now have the possibility of playing stakes to actually make a decent amount of money per month and the knowledge and confidence of having gone through the journey. Anyway, I have decided to make an official Bankroll Challenge where I will be starting out with a $1'000 roll. We will play 25plo and I will show you step-by-step the decisions and effort it takes to build a bankroll playing low stakes poker in 2017. We will go through everything from choosing poker sites, rake and bonus considerations, table selection, using tools to review our play, improving our learning skills, taking shots at higher stakes and being responsible with our poker bankroll. I am looking to cover basically everything that is needed to win your first $10k in poker, and I will be streaming it all on YouTube. If you are in a similar position where you are ready to begin a similar challenge or one of your own, let me know in the comments you are part of the #plotribe and let’s do this together. I've got your back! Fernando aka JNandez87 If you'd like to watch me play the low stakes before my official challenge begins, take a look at my not as serious attempts to run up a bankroll in one session without re-buying: TWO BUY-IN: https://youtu.be/AaRrcNSbed4 FIVE BUY-IN: https://youtu.be/6XP2YqabA20
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Hey guys, here is a short answer on how to deal with downswings. PLO definitely has a lot of variance in it, bad players often walk away with huge stacks if they run good enough. That's what keeps them coming back. You need to stay in control of your environment. Once you feel you are playing bad or losing confidence, it's time to stop performing. Stop playing, gather your thoughts, do something physical or social. After, the most important thing you can do is put work off the tables. Learn something new, and win back confidence through competence. Once you have done this, you can hit the tables again and be more confident in your decisiong and PLO strategy.
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JOIN the PLO Mastermind during April to gain 30-DAY ACCESS for Only $29. Learn More: https://jnandezpoker.com Today's video is another sneak peak into the PLO Mastermind. This video is from the Launchpad series, which is designed to help No Limit Hold'em players transition into Pot Limit Omaha. In this video, we'll cover one of the most common leaks that even some professional PLO players have, and that is: C-Betting in Position in Single Raised Pots. Let's take a closer look at what we can learn about GTO strategy from PLO solvers and what effect that has on our continuation betting decisions. Enjoy! PLO Mastermind: https://jnandezpoker.com Discord chat: https://discord.gg/5uPWStQ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com ONE-TIME LAUNCH OFFER $29/first 30 days during April! Join our Discord group: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Here's the first stream since we're back from Las Vegas. We had a great time at the 10X Growth Con, spending 3 days listening to top business and mindset speakers. More videos and content coming soon!!
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Here are the most important things you need to know to make your successful trantision from No Limit Texas Hold'em to Pot Limit Omaha. #1. Bare overpairs are not that strong #2. Kings are significantly weaker than Aces #3. Don't go crazy postflop with medium strength hands Check out the PLO Mastermind, we're running an April launch promotion. 30-DAY ACCESS FOR ONLY $29. No sign up fees! SIGN UP now at: https://jnandezpoker.com
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com ONE-TIME LAUNCH OFFER $29/first 30 days during April! Join our Discord group: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 One of my top poker streams on Twitch so far this year. There was a lot of action at the PLO cash tables, we listened to great music, and the community was asking interesting questions. Focused on played a solid strategy and ran hot in all-ins and setups. After a few hours I ended up with a healthy profit and feeling confident about my game. Running good sometimes is not only a boost to your bankroll but also to your ego. It's important to not let this go to your head and stay committed to continous improvement. Now after a couple of weeks I've reached over 100 chests on Poker Stars and I decided to run a giveaway for part of the cash prizes I get by opening them. Lets see if we run good there and make it worth it. Join the FREEROLL here: https://gleam.io/fhDKC/100-chests-giveaway Thanks for everyone that made it, will be back streaming again soon at https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker
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Hey guys, this is a video about the two factors success comes down to: focus and being consistent. Learning poker can be approached by creating and going through improvement fields. Some examples of tasks for poker improvement: - Strategy (preflop, flop, turn, river) - Mental game (logic-based, emotional, discipline) - Bankroll management (theory and individual application) - Tools (PokerJuice, Odds Oracle, HEM/PT4, etc) You want to start in one field, spend a certain amount of time on that field where your steep learning curve is guaranteed. Once you go into too much detail and your learning curve flattens, jump to another improvement field and keep your learning curve steep as much as you can. Cycle through the fields until you are advanced in all of them and then choose one to go in-depth develop specialized knowledge in. My recommendation to get better results and increase accountability is to journal your progress. Fernando aka JNandez
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Hey guys, here's a quick live poker hand review from a hand played recently at King's Casino where they are getting ready to host the World Series of Poker Europe in a month. We have some big names at the table playing €100/€200 blinds with a €400 UTG straddle. Hope you guys enjoy the hand analysis. Check out more action over at the King's Casino Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyPK5fZ7grAkI878YkeD4SQ
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Viktor Blom aka Isildur1 has gained legendary status in the poker community. In the last 10 years, Isildur has won and lost millions of dollars, sometimes overnight. Never afraid of taking a battle, there is no other poker player in the world that has been more talked about and raised more questions than this Swedish ice cold crusher. This is the story of how Isildur1 came into poker and rose through the ranks and into the online and live nosebleed games in the years of 2009 and 2010. In part 2 we will look at the years after that and into 2018, and what can we expect from Isildur looking ahead. Isildur is one of the greatest legendary characters from the online modern poker world and this short film was created as a tribute for him. Special thanks to all the railbirds that upload high stakes hands to YouTube. Animated footage credit to: The Legend of Isildur1 - https://youtu.be/uFq9sJMmbEg HighstakesDB article: https://www.highstakesdb.com/3739-the-making-of-viktor-isildur1-blom-part-1.aspx Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Newsletter: https://jnandezpoker.com/
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com ONE-TIME LAUNCH OFFER $29/first 30 days during April! Join our Discord group: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Here's a hand from Party Poker's the Big Game at Kings Casino Rozvadov. They're playing 100/100 blinds, a 200 straddle and 400 restraddle. Sam Trickett opens UTG with KQT9ds and Rob Yong 3bets with AA75ss. Tony G and Loose Leon also call along with pretty weak hands, making it a $20k pot on the flop. The flop brings Ks8d6d, giving Sam Trickett top pair, a gutshot and flush draw. Rob has his overpair of Aces and an open ended straight draw in a 4way pot. What would you do in this spot? STAY IN TOUCH! Discord: https://discord.gg/Wty35xm Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker
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Check out Pratyush's Master Class: https://jnandezpoker.com/mtt Welcome guys to a special SCOOP Final Table Replay where I am joined by MTT beast Pratyush Buddiga, who last month came in 6th place in the $300,000 buy-in Aria Super High Roller Bowl for $1,000,000. We sat down to review the highlights of the $25,000 NLHE SCOOP 8-max High Roller that was played on May 10, 2017 on PokerStars. The tournament allowed for one re-entry and drew in 61 players and 32 re-entries for a prize pool over $2 million. After registration closed, first place was set to win around $750k. Pratyush spoke with me at the high levels of tournament poker strategy these high roller players operate on and it was very inspiring to see him perform with that focus during the whole video. I hope you guys were also able to take away strong lessons from this SCOOP review. Find out more about Pratyush and his Tournament Master Class course on Upswing Poker at: https://jnandezpoker.com/mtt
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Hey guys, I'm happy to see everyone's response from my bankroll challenge announcement video! A lot of people seem to be in a similar situation and I hope I can help you guys out on this journey. Today's video is a warm-up session at 50plo while we will be talking strategy for the low stakes poker ecosystem but also what we need to improve our chance of succeeding in this challenge. As mentioned, we need to seriously take into considerations things like different poker sites, their bonuses and rake structure. We shouldn't just jump into the first poker site or bonus we see. It's going to be a lot easier to accomplish our goal if we are strategic with our decisions and create a game plan. We have to make the right decisions at the right time, not just at the poker table but in how we are managing our time, where and when we are putting in your poker volume and study time. In the next couple of days I will be releasing another video where I talk about exactly which sites we're going to play and which bonuses we will sign up for, make sure you don't miss it if you're interested in that part of the strategy. I've already put some research into it and the findings are surprising. Also, we also want to look at empirical data once wehave put in some hands and can learn from our sample. We will learn how to review if we are paying too much rake in certain situations, and if we are able to overcome it by playing a different strategy? I will be using software like Holdem Manager 2 for this purpose and teach you how to go through this process. Hope you guys enjoy today's warm-up video. Let me know if you have more specific questions or topics you want covered during the challenge, and which stakes you guys are currently playing, and where you are from to see which sites are the best fit for you. I will attempt to cover all these questions in future videos and during the challenge. See you there! Fernando aka JNandez87 Watch my Bankroll Announcement video here: https://youtu.be/b8BVOqGc4SU Watch my other Play and Explain video where I play PLO500 zoom: https://youtu.be/fpaPZ7_EAV8
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com only $29 for the first 30 days of access during April Join our free GROUP CHAT: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 PLO tribe! Here's an in-depth breakdown of a $13'3k pot I played recently at a $10/$25 PLO table on Party Poker. We are over 200bbs deep in a 5-handed pot with 9876ds. The action went like this: UTG opened off 2,5k stack, I 3bet from the CO to $290 with the beautiful 9876ds. The SB covers me and surprisingly cold calls. UTG calls closing the action and we head to the flop 3way with $895 in the middle. We have a stack to pot ratio (SPR) of 2.5 versus UTG and 5.5 versus the small blind. The flop is T72r so we have middle pair, a wrap straight draw and two back door flush draws. Pretty happy with this situation. Suddenly the SB leads for pot and the UTG player goes all-in for his remaining $2,2k. I decide to go with my hand and push in for $5k total. The SB calls it off and the three of us are ALL-IN for a massive $13,3k pot (532 big blinds). In this video we're going to take an in-depth look at how to approach this spot on the flop before any bets go in and from the perspective of the three players involved. Who should consider betting and with which hands? Should the SB be leading or check-raising his strong hands? What about the UTG player who only has a stack to pot ratio of 2.5 facing two deeper opponents? And what hands should we be continuation betting with if it gets checked to us? Let's look at the most important 3 takeaways I got from analyzing this spot with a PLO solver and breakdown this spot. I hope you guys get tons of value from this video and you can apply the lesson learned here to similar situations at the tables! Don't forget to comment below for a chance to win $50. Martin Mitev get in touch with me on my socials to claim your prize for the previous giveaway!
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Welcome to the Final Table highlights of the SCOOP 2017 mid buy-in event #5, the $215 6-max Pot Limit Omaha tournament! This event drew in 1,939 entries for an almost $390k prize pool. I put together these highlights for you guys to enjoy the most interesting final table hands. We have a couple of poker superstars on the table, Ole "wizowizo" Schemion and Ravenswood13, a long-time high stakes cash game beast. They are also starting the final table as the top two stacks which means they will be able to apply a lot of ICM pressure on the rest of the table which you can clearly see in the video. It's a short one so I won't spoil the outcomes, but here are the payouts for the tournament: 1. $61,079.86 2. $45,566.50 3. $33,932.50 4. $22,298.50 5. $14,542.50 6. $8,136.04 Congratulations to the all the players! If you enjoyed the tournament highlights, make sure to Subscribe, more replays and other content coming soon! Here is my previous SCOOP Final Table Review of the $2,100 6-max PLO event, with appearances from Fedor Holz and Joe Ingram: https://youtu.be/L0QEH3DL5f8
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Gain access to more content like this in the Mastermind: https://jnandezpoker.com Setting the new standard for play and explains and poker training! Hope you guys get value from this video. Join the discussion and network in our Discord chat for free: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Enjoy! Fernando
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com ONE-TIME LAUNCH OFFER $29/first 30 days during April! Join our Discord group: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Highlights from my Friday night stream playing $500 6-max and $2k HU PLO. Have been streaming more often on Twitch these days, playing the great tracks from back in the 2015 days. Expect more stream highlights here on YouTube and follow me on social and Twitch to know when I'm streaming! Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Discord: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker
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Almost back up to $3k guys, played some big pots in this one and fortunately won a few of them to get us back on track! Hope you enjoy the highlights. Party Poker improved their UI by making a dark layout and I'm enjoying it so far. Check out the bonus offer below for new accounts on Party: ► Find out the best poker sites for your specific situation. Check our FB group and ask Tom Smeets to help you out at: https://goo.gl/WQKwRz ► FREE $10 --- New Party Poker accounts that sign up at: https://goo.gl/a1nTDL (NO deposit needed) get $10 FREE cash credit within 1 business day.
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In today's video I jump into the low stakes games with a challenge. I'm starting off with $50 at 25plo and will move up once I have 2 buy-ins per stake. Can we reach $5,000 without reloading and running it once? I never really played these low stakes regularly as I transitioned into PLO from midstakes NLHE, so I am also looking forward to see what the player pool and dynamics are nowadays in the low stakes. While we want to get to $5k as soon as possible, we are still playing a solid strategy and making adjustments for the high rake structure and weaker player pool at these stakes. Spoilers below! The challenge starts off well after we pick up some beautiful double suited Aces and win a big 3-way, 4-bet pot, moving up almost immediately to 50plo. With our $100 bankroll, we start off losing a bit of money after playing two hands from the big blind. We grind it up after winning some small pots and chopping a big one. A few hands later I open the button off 50bbs, we get three-bet by the big blind 5678ss, we get it in on a flop of Q73r flop verus a surprising weak hand, A745 single suited. We don't improve and lose on of our stacks, leaving us with one table. After a river bluff goes wrong, we manage to double up our 25bb stack to 50bbs by flopping a set and getting it in on the turn. The challenge sadly ends after we three-bet double suited A597ds and getting a button cold-call with AT84. The flop brings an A85r and with a little over SPR 2, we get it in and can't hit to win the hand. Shoutout to @cazzettee and @carloshmz, good luck at the tables! For more PLO strategy and tips, check out my playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiYIH0ejR6cy0j3hoXli6h4l2KNC9LQkm PS. Hearing some feedback I decided to give this another try with 5 buy-ins, you can see how far I make it here: https://youtu.be/6XP2YqabA20
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com only $29 for the first 30 days of access during April Join our free GROUP CHAT: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Stream highlights from the first week of January 2018 when I was playing 500z, 2k heads up and some 5k 6-max PLO on PokerStars. I also played in the $530 NLHE Bounty Builder and busted near the final table after running AQo into Aces for around 20 big blinds. Will be coming out with a hand review video soon from a big PLO pot I played recently as well as running the $50 random comment giveaway. Thanks to all supporters this week, more content and streams coming soon!
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Hey guys, day 11 wasn't great to us as we kept bricking or getting outdrawn this session repeatedly. That is OK, that is part of the nature of the game and also a part of the journey to building a bankroll. Setbacks are unavoidable, and what's important is how you react to them. We should stay strong, accept the day's results, review our strategy, and carry on the next session. I am off to Las Vegas and WSOP, so other than the highlights the Bankroll Challenge will be paused until we return. Good luck to those that are on their own challenge, let me know how your progress is going!
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com only $29 for the first 30 days of access during April Join our free GROUP CHAT: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Here's another hand from Poker After Dark's PLO week $100k buy-in with $300/$600 blinds. You can watch the full episodes at https://www.pokergo.com This hand starts off somewhat standard with Josh Arieh opening the button with AJK4ds, Haxton flatting J984ds from the small blind and Jungleman squeezing preflop with a beautiful looking T987ds. The flop brings JT4 with two hearts and hits all three players. The flop checks through and the turn is a King of spades, giving Arieh top two pair and a gutshot while giving Ike Haxton two flush draws to go along with his middle pair and non-nut gutter. Ike and Daniel Cates make standard checks with hands that want to see the river and not great combinations or blockers to bluff. Arieh now puts out a bet with his top two pair to get some thin value and protect his hand from both flush draws out there. It’s also a good spot to bet and fold to a check raise when he doesn’t have that much equity versus a check raising range consisting of mostly nut straights. Ike Haxton now shoves with his high equity combo draw taking a strong line with a hand that still has plenty of outs and fold equity. He takes it down the $45k in the middle after Arieh folds. Great semibluff by Ike Haxton. Tune in to www.pokergo.com to see the full episodes and find out how much Ike won through the week.
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Today's hand is a "bomb pot" from Live at the Bike, which means all players that are dealt in are forced to put in an ante and the action starts on the flop. Watch the full video and archives at: http://bit.ly/LiveAtTheBike Bomb pots are a GREAT way to keep the gamblers at the table happy and one of the reasons live poker can be so profitable and fun. This game was a $50/$100 NLHE/PLO mix so everyone is putting in 5 blinds for the bomb pot which makes the pot 25bbs to start with and ranges are super wide as everyone involved has a random hand!
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JNandez Mastermind is LIVE: https://jnandezpoker.com only $29 for the first 30 days of access during April Join our free GROUP CHAT: https://discord.gg/jcu99P2 Highlights for last week's $500z PLO twitch poker stream. Got really good chat questions about poker mindset and improvement, and shared my thoughts. How does one decide to be a professional poker player? How should beginners approach poker education? Why do most players get stuck at the micros and not move up in stakes? We talked about lack of confidence, a huge mental leak, laziness and limiting beliefs, what that leads to and how everyone should realize your responsibility in what you believe and how you think. Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Newsletter: https://jnandezpoker.com/
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Today's poker hand comes from The Bicycle Hotel and Casino's Live at the Bike show. They are playing PLO with a straddle effectively making it a $5/$5/$10 game and most stacks are around $1k or lower. I analyze the common preflop mistakes made in many live Pot Limit Omaha games, like overvaluing poorly connected, low suited hands in multiway pots and playing marginal high card hands versus tight three-betting ranges. Hope you liked the video, if you want to see more live poker head over to the Live at the Bike Channel: https://www.youtube.com/LiveattheBikecom Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afUgxtM4EgQ
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Welcome to another poker hand review! Today we're taking a look at a $100/$200 blind Pot Limit Omaha hand played over at the Sochi Casino & Resort and set up by Party Poker. High stakes regular Sam Trickett gets involved in a big pot with Russian player Alexey Rybin. They are playing effectively 250bbs deep Trickett opens UTG+1 with a marginal KQ99 rainbow hand, then Alexey three bets with a very poor holding 7532ss. The big blind cold calls with T987ds, a hand that typically plays very well in this scenario versus tight opening and three-betting ranges, but not as good versus wider ranges and splashy players that are not as high pair heavy. The flop comes A34r and it checks through, with Alexey slowplaying his straight plus straight draw three-way in position. The turn is the action card 9 of spades, Trickett picking up middle set and Alexey a backdoor flush draw. Sam Trickett leads out and gets raised by Alexey who does so with a really notorious splashy style. It doesn't appear to be like he is bluffing, and Sam has to consider he is behind his opponent's flopped top set or straight, especially with that tell. Trickett has a strong hand in the absolute sense, but in a relative scenario, it is essentially a bluffcatcher at this point. He calls the raise and we get to the river, a meaningless off suit Ten. Tricket checks, as he should with all his range, and Alexey goes all-in for a 100bb+ river shove. Then he spreads his four cards on the table and confidently gets ready to go to showdown if called on the river. Trickett goes into the tank an eventually makes a decision. Hope you guys enjoyed the hand, if you did make sure to Subscribe, and check out my other PLO hand reviews. Here is one with Leon Tsoukernik vs Patrik Antonius: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXICq2peT6I&index=1&list=PLiYIH0ejR6cwdBSDBOMP5WLtB_DW2McDU
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Impromptu stream playing the Hot $215 NLHE tournament. The payouts remaining are: 1st: $7,196 - 2nd: $5,329 - 3rd: $3,947 - 4th: $2,923 - 5th: $2,165 - 6th: $1,604. Let's run better next time guys! Thanks for tuning in, see you Monday at 4pm CEST for the Bankroll Challenge!
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Another hand from Live at the Bike's massive $5/$5 Pot Limit Omaha game. Watch the full video and archives at: http://bit.ly/LiveAtTheBike This hand starts out with $40 in the pot after two people post straddles, $10 under the gun and Ryan Fee in the cutoff posts $20. The action starts off with Joey Ingram on the button and we end up going 7-handed to the flop! In case you missed it, you can watch the first huge hand between Doug Polk, SoFloAntonio and Mike "Boogie" Malin here: https://youtu.be/aDBdGehihzs
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PLO Mastermind: https://jnandezpoker.com ONE-TIME LAUNCH OFFER $29 / first 30 days if you sign up during April! Then $99/month. Enjoy these highlights from last week's stream on Twitch. Big thanks to the community and new subscribers we've been getting. Looking forward to more live streaming poker. We're on a pretty good run this year so far, runnings good and playing solid. Join us in the PLO Mastermind where we're setting the new standard for poker training! If you've never experienced high level poker coaching, now is the time to join. Discord chat: https://discord.gg/5uPWStQ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Enjoy! Fernando
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My Twitch Poker Highlights from last Sunday's Stream (30. April). The engagement from the community is amazing while streaming! I answered some questions from the audience and gave insights into my Pot Limit Omaha game in the PLO 500 zoom streets. I ended the stream by playing four Heads-Up Sit-and-Gos for $500 each versus the same opponent, taking down the first three matches and you can see how the fourth ends in the video. I hope you enjoy, and will tune in into one of my live streams as well over on Twitch Poker. If you'd like more highlights from past streams, here's the link to my Twitch PLO Highlights playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiYIH0ejR6cyVZUkG4X7EcA7kJh1NzniT
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What's up guys, here are some of the top bluffs so far in the Bankroll Challenge. A lot of people say you can't bluff at the low stakes and while there are certainly some people you shouldn't try to bluff, there's still a lot of opportunities to do so where you can greatly improve your winrate by pulling the trigger. In reality you will find a lot of players that are not willing to call a river bet without a strong holding and that's where you can take exploitatively take advantage of the situation. I've taken down a lot of pots during the challenge by making others fold the best hand, these are just some of the bluffs I've tried in the bigger pots to highlight when it might be a good idea to bluff, with or without blockers, or when you need to turn a made hand into a bluff. Enjoy! See you next week.
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Hey guys. This is an interview with my good friend John Beauprez, founder of PLO QuickPro. We talk about my coming up through the poker ranks since I became a professional poker player in 2011. 0:01 - Intro 2:20 - When I decided to focus down and become a professional PLO poker player 5:40 - Burning the bridge and taking responsibility 6:50 - Investing in your success 8:50 - The inflection point every poker pro has 10:05 - Using curiosity to choose your path 11:15 - Building up competence consistently vs gaining experience 12:10 - How to implement poker knowledge when playing 14:15 - Why I don't do single hour PLO coaching 16:50 - The real difference between mediocre and great poker players: effectiveness and efficiency 20:20 - Being a full-time player versus a professional poker player 22:10 - Why poker players get stuck in the low stakes (avoiding confusion) 26:30 - The JNandez Poker $100k PLO Twitch Challenge 27:30 - Focusing down to gain expertise 29:55 - Gaining competence to move up and avoid the rake situation 32:40 - The mental game, and working smarter vs working harder 36:10 - Improving your mental game by obtaining competence from the best and injecting logic 41:30 - Wrap up Hope you guys enjoyed hearing more of my poker story and philosophy. Fernando aka JNandez
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Hey guys, what's up? I decided to play a late night 500plo zoom session and record myself playing two tables while I walk you through the action and my thought process. Let me know what you guys think of this format as I am planning on streaming soon, focusing on one table but with multiple others running in the background to keep the stream action packed. Hopefully the transitions are smooth and you guys can easily keep up with the action. If you enjoy, please like, share and subscribe! Comment below, I always read and appreciate your feedback. If you want to see more $500 Zoom PLO, watch my other play and explain session here: https://youtu.be/IkTNUTE7zeU?list=PLiYIH0ejR6cy0j3hoXli6h4l2KNC9LQkm Fernando aka JNandez87
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What's up guys, here is some final table and PLO tournament strategy for all those that asked. The WCOOP event #5 at PokerStars with a $215 buy-in replay with all cards shown. This Pot Limit Omaha tournament got 1165 entries for a total prizepool of $233,000. Here are the last 7 players standing fighting it out for the top prize of $37,014. I didn't watch the action beforehand and some cards have been blocked, so hope you enjoy the highlights and analysis as much as I did creating this video. Later this month I will be travelling to Las Vegas to take part in the Bellagio Cup, hopefully we make a final table of our own. If you're there come say hey. You can check out more online Final Table Replays here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiYIH0ejR6cza2olJ2nOUN04RlBgTOEC5
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Welcome back! This hand comes from Party Poker's huge $1k/$2k Pot Limit Omaha game played last week, where Sam Trickett, Rob Yong, Matt Kirk and Leon Tsoukernik battled over long sessions for massively high stakes. When this hand took place, they were playing with a $4000 straddle and a $8000 double straddle, so the hand starts off with $15k in the pot preflop before any bets go in. Rob Yong starts off by limping preflop with Aces from the Small Blind, forced to act first by the double straddle. Matt folds a very weak hand from the big blind, and Leon puts in a raise. Sam Trickett comes along with very weak Kings and Rob at this point decides to just call again instead of reraising and lowering the stack to pot ratio, which seems to be a mistake in that situation. Let's see how the hand plays out postflop and the interesting situation the players will find themselves by the river. Discord chat: https://discord.gg/5uPWStQ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/jnandezpoker Instagram: https://instagram.com/jnandezpoker Facebook: https://facebook.com/jnandezpoker Twitter: https://twitter.com/jnandezpoker Website: https://jnandezpoker.com Enjoy!
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I met fellow PLO crusher Henri "I_Mr_U_Bean" Koivisto @henkuli while playing my first WSOP tournament, the $3,000 PLO 6-max event and he was kind enough to invite us to his house where he is staying for 6 weeks with around 4-7 other Finnish players for a nice barbeque and talk. We got there at around 3pm and he gave us a house tour, introduced us to his poker roommates and we had a great time drinking beer, talking strategy and getting to know these guys. The burgers Henri cooked up were great and after a few hours two of hanging around it was time to go hit the tables at the Bellagio. Hope you guys enjoy the video and a better look into the world of the Finnish PLO crew and their lifestyle while staying at WSOP in Vegas. Special thanks to Henri and our new Finnish friends for their hospitality.
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