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  • [FTR Quick Tip 010] Flop Range Adjustments
  • Posted by Mike1013 on Aug 16, 2017
  • FTR Quick Tip: Helping you plug leaks in 5 minutes or less. Poker is a game of adjustment and readjustment. Depending on how your opponents play their hands, you will want to play your hands differently in order to exploit them. Don’t play your hands the same way against all…
  • FTR SNG Strategy: Navigating the bubble Part 3
  • Posted by Filik on Aug 13, 2017
  • Bubble play in multi-table SNGs is often fraught with peril. If you play either too loose or too tight, you're throwing away equity. You need to think carefully to identify who you can exploit and how to avoid being exploited by others.
  • FTR SNG Strategy: Navigating the bubble Part 1
  • Posted by Filik on Aug 10, 2017
  • Bubble play in 18-player and 27-player Sit and Gos is often difficult. Against different opponents, you'll want to play wide or narrow ranges depending on their tendencies. Playing the bubble correctly can have a big impact on your overall results.
  • Video: [FTR Quick Tip 019] Resteal Defense
  • Posted by Mike1013 on Aug 4, 2017
  • In Texas Hold'em, you have to be prepared to face three-bets from the blinds when you try to steal them. By calling liberally in position and adding some four-bet bluffs to your ranges, you'll be able to effectively combat resteals. But don't over-adjust or you may just end up valuetowning yourself.
  • FTR SNG Strategy: Maximizing value in HU situations Part 4
  • Posted by Filik on Aug 1, 2017
  • There's a big difference between finishing first and second in a SNG. Improve your results by learning how to play better heads-up. Ranges will be wide, posing a challenge, but by reading your opponent well, you can lean how to maximize value and win more often than you lose.
  • [FTR Quick Tip 011] Playing Suited Connectors
  • Posted by Mike1013 on Jul 31, 2017
  • FTR Quick Tip: Helping you plug leaks in 5 minutes or less. Suited connectors are great hands to play in order to mix up your range and to not be predictable. Yet all suited connectors do not have the same value. Find out the best way to play these troublesome…
  • [FTR Quick Tip 017] Checking Back the Turn
  • Posted by Mike1013 on Jul 30, 2017
  • FTR Quick Tip: Helping you plug leaks in 5 minutes or less. Aggression is rightly considered the hallmark of a winning poker player. Yet there are many times to check — even if you think you have the best hand. In this video, we’ll look at some reasons that you…
  • [FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers
  • Posted by Mike1013 on Jul 23, 2017
  • FTR Quick Tip: Helping you plug leaks in 5 minutes or less. Use selective aggression and position to punish players who limp at the poker table. By observing your opponents’ tendencies, you will be able to formulate a strategy to exploit their errors. Raising only your monster hands is too…
  • [FTR Quick Tip 014] Capped Ranges
  • Posted by Mike1013 on Jul 21, 2017
  • FTR Quick Tip: Helping you plug leaks in 5 minutes or less. At the poker tables, it is extremely useful to determine when your opponent is likely to have a weak hand. By observing his previous actions, you can often determine that he does not have a big hand. Learning…
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