6 Max 3-Table by Bigspenda Small Stakes $50
In this session, Spenda 3-tables $50 No-Limit Hold’em on PokerStars. He runs pretty standard TAGG and demonstrates a very good skill to learn; thinking about your hands. You will see many times throughout playing he will use his time bank to talk through and really try to put people on hands instead of just instantly acting.
Tags: Texas Hold'em, Cash Game, 6 Max
24 Jun 2007
6 Max 3-Table by Bigspenda Small Stakes $50 Comments & User Reviews
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| “Nice” by rufus666, 25 Jul 2009
What tools do you use ?
| “A few tough spots” by DoanDiggy, 18 Oct 2008
He gets in a few tough spots and shows
us how to lay down solid hands when
there's a good chance we're losing.
The play is very instructional, and
he's sure to tell us whenever he's
making a play that might not be the
| “nice video” by Captain Berate, 01 Oct 2008
J7 calling the river CR is standard,
IMO. He played that so strangely, and
the CR was small enough that I don't
see how you can get away from it. A
hand like he had normally would either
bet out on river or, even more likely,
just check call river. CR for a
relatively small amount is a very
strange play w/ a marginally strong 2
I like the talk about checking behind on
A-high flop after pf 3-betting w/ AK/AQ.
But I'm not sure that my opponents'
3bet-calling ranges only include
midrange pp's. I think AK/AQ comprises
a decent amount of their pf 3bet-calling
range, which makes making this play w/
AQ a little more dangerous. Especially
since, as you [under]stated, checking
behind on the flop is definitely
under-betting your hand, making it that
much harder for you to get away when
your opponent shows aggression later.
Still, interesting play to think about
I agree about open-folding Axo on the
button preflop. I hate how it plays,
even in position, and stealing a few
blinds here and there isn't worth
putting yourself in a potentially
dangerous situation in NL.
| “Very nice again” by Lurker, 16 Oct 2007
Again a very nice contribution by
BigSpenda to go with his other good
videos. I would prbly have given 4.5
points if possible but as some only gave
4 while being all praise, I think a
5-point review was due.
I pretty much agree with what was said,
BigSpenda is just great in articulating
his thought process and his decisions
throughout the game. I would also
appreciate some more explanation of WHY
a certain line is considered the best
option - if I ever do a video, I'll try
doing it, as I think it also would help
my own game to reflect on it.
One thing I would really like is some
info about how successful the video
posters have been with their style in
the different environments. (I know, I
am lazy, I could just read all the
author's forum posts, but hey, I wanna
play some hands now and then, too! ;) )
| “Great anaysis of play as it goes along” by parky, 25 Sep 2007
This is the third video of bigspenda I
have seen and like all of them it is his
thought processes that really help me.
I am still concentrating too much on
just my hand and seeing and hearing his
actions and thoughts as he goes along is
very helpful. I also like that this
video had very ordinary hands like we
see all the time and thus no big hands
skewed the result. Sound quality was
only fair and did distract me a little.
| “$50 NLHE 3-Table: bigspenda” by BotaSafta, 12 Aug 2007
I've seen quite a few videos of this
nature. I'd have to say that it was
4.5 / 5 stars. Very informative. He
was very giving with allowing the viewer
his thoughts throughout the session.
| “Good stuff” by unibomber14, 11 Aug 2007
I like this video because you let people
know what was going on in your head
pretty clearly. I also think the video
length was perfect.
Criticism- When you made a mistake, like
the open raise with the deuces at the
end, explain why you consider that a
| “$50NLHE 3 Table by bigspenda” by Savior, 10 Aug 2007
Excellent video. Commentary was clear
and hearing the thought process during
hands was very beneficial.
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