*** THE OFFICIAL 2018 POKER VIDEO REQUEST THREAD ***

SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 3,936 -
edited February 2018 in PRO Product Discussion
What topics/concepts do you want to see in upcoming poker videos? Let us know in this thread and we'll do our best to cover as many of them as possible =)
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  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    I will start it off with a 4 betting series, either a video about that we should 4 bet more, 4 bet for value, 4 bet bluff and 4 bet thinner in spots we might get away with it? I don;t believe their is a video series like this is available. I think I 4 bet too narrow and would like to learn more about spots to 4 bet wider, for value, for bluffs and for thinner value from certain types of opponents.
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 3,936 -
    MrLucidLJ wrote: »
    I will start it off with a 4 betting series, either a video about that we should 4 bet more, 4 bet for value, 4 bet bluff and 4 bet thinner in spots we might get away with it? I don;t believe their is a video series like this is available. I think I 4 bet too narrow and would like to learn more about spots to 4 bet wider, for value, for bluffs and for thinner value from certain types of opponents.

    Great suggestion. In the meantime, Brokos discussed 4betting in this video: http://redchippoker.com/pro-video-brokos009/
    My new book lays out the playbook for AK. Grab your copy and start Optimizing Ace King!
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    Will have to check it out would love to see one by you though you have this calming voice and a vast knowledge that I enjoy :)
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 3,936 -
    MrLucidLJ wrote: »
    Will have to check it out would love to see one by you though you have this calming voice and a vast knowledge that I enjoy :)

    Then you might want to check out my premium video on the subject http://www.splitsuit.com/shop/reacting-to-preflop-3bets-in-nlhe =)
    My new book lays out the playbook for AK. Grab your copy and start Optimizing Ace King!
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    $30 bucks is a lot for only a 90 minutes or less video, unless there is really amazing things in it? I am watching the video you recommended it is a really good watch talks about being passive when he needs to be and the aggressor when the aggressor becomes passive. And replaying hands he played to show his thoughts on certain things very interesting :)
  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Posts: 1,455 -
    The general format that I find the most engaging and useful are those videos in which a coach discusses hands with their student. It naturally produces a good pacing.
    Moderation In Moderation
  • HAKKA-AAHAKKA-AA Red Chipper Posts: 45 ✭✭
    stack size considerations in MTT, strategy for in the money play down to final table bubble
    15-30BB DYNAMIC: 3b/call; 3b/Fold vs 3b shove-R/F; R/C vs Shove. Studying the range associated to these moves as well in order to design the best EV play.
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    Rello242 wrote: »
    I'm in love with Doug's Range Construction series, with all the math and theory involve. I think i would love to see more of these range construction from a 3bet pot point of view and more defending stuff such as calling etc. I actually created a theory off of the whole series about these spots and i would really love to see more videos on it to see if i am heading in the right direction with my constructions using Doug and Ed Miller numbers.

    Will have to look into these videos thanks for the recommend :)
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    TheGameKat wrote: »
    The general format that I find the most engaging and useful are those videos in which a coach discusses hands with their student. It naturally produces a good pacing.

    So like the video Splitsuit did with his mate who sounds like Dan Shak and told him where he was making his mistakes I enjoyed those 4 videos and I am sure his mate has learned a lot since then.
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    HAKKA-AA wrote: »
    stack size considerations in MTT, strategy for in the money play down to final table bubble
    15-30BB DYNAMIC: 3b/call; 3b/Fold vs 3b shove-R/F; R/C vs Shove. Studying the range associated to these moves as well in order to design the best EV play.

    So are you saying when people are running deep in tourneys, on the bubble near the final table how to make certain plays or go into more depth on calling it off for x amount of blinds or when to open shove if you are chip leader? You would just like to know more in depth what to do I feel that would be great if we got a series like this.
  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Posts: 1,455 -
    MrLucidLJ wrote: »
    TheGameKat wrote: »
    The general format that I find the most engaging and useful are those videos in which a coach discusses hands with their student. It naturally produces a good pacing.

    So like the video Splitsuit did with his mate who sounds like Dan Shak and told him where he was making his mistakes I enjoyed those 4 videos and I am sure his mate has learned a lot since then.

    Yeah, Bob. Plus Soto and Anton. Doug's pair with Keith were a little different but enlightening.
    Moderation In Moderation
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    Must say I am loving Andrew Brokos going through his 200NL session in the 5 part, he goes into a lot of detail on the hands he plays and the lines he takes very interesting stuff wouldn't mind seeing more of that from him in the future if he has a lot more in his database?
  • DeleuzerDeleuzer Las VegasRed Chipper Posts: 24 ✭✭
    I have two suggestions for videos both dealing with similar topics in live games.

    1. How to categorize players in live games systematically. I know SplitSuit has talked about using a spectrum of Loose/Tight and Passive/Aggressive. At the same time, when you're sitting at a table that goes 6 handed to the flop with a bunch of limpers, and you only see 5 hands go to showdown an hour. How do you sit down at that table and begin understanding the players with any accuracy?

    2. An Adjusting to Game Flow video would be awesome! The difference between the above game example and a game where it's 4 callers to the flop in a raised pot is huge. I often find myself wondering, "Is this the game where I start 3-betting more or a game where I tighten up my range and just call and play for value?" Of course, I know "It depends," but upon what exactly? I'd love to get some quality perspective on such things. Then there are the games where you're playing against tight players until the maniac sits down and suddenly the dynamics completely shift, and the players you read as nits start showing up with 97s in MP1 in multi-way bloated pots.

    Those are on my wish list for 2016 :-)
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 3,936 -
    Great suggestions William!
    My new book lays out the playbook for AK. Grab your copy and start Optimizing Ace King!
  • dirty moosedirty moose Red Chipper Posts: 482 ✭✭✭
    I'd also like to see Doug continue the range construction series. Could you guys make this series a playlist?
  • dirty moosedirty moose Red Chipper Posts: 482 ✭✭✭
    Also some basic "hey these are hands I played at the casino this week, let's review them" type videos.
  • Eon137Eon137 Red Chipper Posts: 158 ✭✭
    I would love to see a series of Red Chip videos addressing how structure affects tournament strategies.
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 3,936 -
    I'd also like to see Doug continue the range construction series. Could you guys make this series a playlist?

    I had this playlist made - just haven't made the cover art for it yet. Good timing for this request: http://redchippoker.com/pro/playlists/constructing-ranges/ =)
    Also some basic "hey these are hands I played at the casino this week, let's review them" type videos.

    So hand reviews with no coherent theme are still valuable?
    Eon137 wrote: »
    I would love to see a series of Red Chip videos addressing how structure affects tournament strategies.

    Good idea. I'll page the MTT guys!
    My new book lays out the playbook for AK. Grab your copy and start Optimizing Ace King!
  • dirty moosedirty moose Red Chipper Posts: 482 ✭✭✭
    I think so. Sometimes the basic stuff, the fundamentals are the easiest to over look. And sometimes listening to a different point of view on a basic hand can be invaluable.

    Of course I still love the themed hand reviews, but going over the spots we see most often has a lot of value as well.

    Matt
  • thepokermonkthepokermonk Red Chipper Posts: 320 ✭✭✭
    I second the bet-sizing video.
  • Skors3Skors3 Red Chipper Posts: 665 ✭✭✭
    edited January 2016
    I was going to start a thread - but how about a video on check raising as that seems to be all the rage on the forum lately. Under what circumstances should this play be employed? Board texture, number of opponents, our holding, etc...
  • Skors3Skors3 Red Chipper Posts: 665 ✭✭✭
    A few months back Miller tweeted asking for video suggestions for after his companion series to The Course. I suggested on how to play flops (and after) in pots where we 3-bet lite and get called. How do we proceed?
  • SplitSuitSplitSuit RCP Coach Posts: 3,936 -
    edited January 2016
    Skors3 wrote: »
    A few months back Miller tweeted asking for video suggestions for after his companion series to The Course. I suggested on how to play flops (and after) in pots where we 3-bet lite and get called. How do we proceed?

    In the meantime there is some value here:

    http://redchippoker.com/pro-video-sweeney006/ (simplifying 3bet pots)
    http://redchippoker.com/pro-video-sweeney022/ (this video is about AK - but the concept is more focused on villain's range and us whiffing)
    My new book lays out the playbook for AK. Grab your copy and start Optimizing Ace King!
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    TheGameKat wrote: »
    MrLucidLJ wrote: »
    TheGameKat wrote: »
    The general format that I find the most engaging and useful are those videos in which a coach discusses hands with their student. It naturally produces a good pacing.

    So like the video Splitsuit did with his mate who sounds like Dan Shak and told him where he was making his mistakes I enjoyed those 4 videos and I am sure his mate has learned a lot since then.

    Yeah, Bob. Plus Soto and Anton. Doug's pair with Keith were a little different but enlightening.

    Will have to check them out so many videos to watch on here there is a lot of content.
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    William wrote: »
    I have two suggestions for videos both dealing with similar topics in live games.

    1. How to categorize players in live games systematically. I know SplitSuit has talked about using a spectrum of Loose/Tight and Passive/Aggressive. At the same time, when you're sitting at a table that goes 6 handed to the flop with a bunch of limpers, and you only see 5 hands go to showdown an hour. How do you sit down at that table and begin understanding the players with any accuracy?

    2. An Adjusting to Game Flow video would be awesome! The difference between the above game example and a game where it's 4 callers to the flop in a raised pot is huge. I often find myself wondering, "Is this the game where I start 3-betting more or a game where I tighten up my range and just call and play for value?" Of course, I know "It depends," but upon what exactly? I'd love to get some quality perspective on such things. Then there are the games where you're playing against tight players until the maniac sits down and suddenly the dynamics completely shift, and the players you read as nits start showing up with 97s in MP1 in multi-way bloated pots.

    Those are on my wish list for 2016 :-)

    1. So you want even more details or insight about table selection and more defined information about players when you sit down at a live game that could be very interesting alright I like that idea.

    2. And what exactly is game flow I am unfamiliar with that term. But what you said about going into pots MW and should you try and 3 bet more or tighten up sounds like a good idea. And there are so many dynamics and variables when players come to tables and players leave. Are you wondering as well should you stay at tables with 6 plus or would you prefer to stay at tables with 4-6 range?
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    Also some basic "hey these are hands I played at the casino this week, let's review them" type videos.

    Would you like to see a lot of the RCP coaches do like a 30 minute video each week with 4-5 hands they played at a casino that could be a really good idea.
  • MrLucidLJMrLucidLJ Red Chipper Posts: 34
    Eon137 wrote: »
    I would love to see a series of Red Chip videos addressing how structure affects tournament strategies.

    What do you mean exactly about structure affects tournament strategies, just wondering?
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