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This Video's Great Because of the one and only nanonoko evaluating post flop play for beginners.

This Video's Great Because of the one and only nanonoko evaluating pos
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The video covers basics for beginners explaining how pre-flop hand strength can change very quickly post flop.
Randy explains with clear and easy to understand examples to drive the point home.
This is a very good video for people who are still learning the game.
For someone trying to figure out how the transition from pre-flop to post flop affects your chances of making the best hand to win the pot, this video is highly recommended.

He starts out with the basics by explaining the different kinds of hands and their strengths in Texas holdem poker.
He teaches new players how to count their outs so they know what to look for on the flop and whether or not to continue paying bets to see the turn and river.

Some of the things Randy talked about:
$ how to count your outs so that you know how strong or weak your starting hand has become post flop
$ Differences between a made hand vs drawing hand
$ Explanation with examples of the different kinds of drawing hands
$ What draws are weak and what draws are strong

One important take away for me from this video even though I'm not a beginner is that, Randy always makes the assumption that opponent has top pair when he is on a drawing hand.
I really like the way Randy very patiently explains things that all new poker players should know before they start playing.

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