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Poker Strategy: Poker Videos

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Poker Videos

FTR is big on poker videos of all kinds. From cash game strategy, to how to play SNGs/MTTs, or even pro poker interviews, we host it all. Our free instructional poker videos with commentary made by FTR members demonstrate certain tactics, strategies, and thought processes. We’re always trying to learn more about the game of poker, and watching videos of others playing poker while listening to their poker video commentary can open our eyes to new ideas, alternate strategies or provide confirmation on how to play a given situation.

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FTR SNG Strategy: Maximizing value in HU situations Part 4

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 008] Slowplaying Flopped Monsters

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDrrJA7AzsE[/youtube] FTR Quick Tip: Helping you plug leaks in 5 minutes or less. Slowplaying allows you to get more value from your concealed monster hands. But slowplaying in the wrong situations can be very costly indeed. Use...

[FTR Quick Tip 021] Video: Making Adjustments

If you play the same way against different opponents at the poker table, you’re making a big mistake. The true pros always tailor their actions to the leaks and tendencies that they identify in their foes. You can get a lot of information by carefully observing the other players.

[FTR Quick Tip 020] Video: Double Barreling

In today’s Texas Hold’em games, you can’t just have a “one and done” philosophy to c-betting. You’ll often be required to follow up with a bet on the turn or risk exploitation. By examining ranges and board texture, you can learn to make better two-barreling decisions.