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/Oct/2012

Crush on Zoom is back with season 2

By: PSO-xflixx @ 13:09 (EDT) / 663 / Comment ( 0 )

Hey all,

Season 2 of "Crush on Zoom" started yesterday night with a live episode on 2NL fullring and 6-max Zoom.

Unfortunately, some of you missed out on the cliffhanger hand from last season due to some technical problems. So here you go:

 

Villain pulled off a huge bluff utilizing the fact that he holds the Ace of Diamonds. He realized that it actually is a great spot to be turning his made hand into a bluff since he cannot beat my valuebetting range on the river. Since I will have a hard time calling off with the 2nd Nutflush let alone all smaller flushes it was a great spot for him to be making that play.

Since I did not have any reads on this villain at all I made what was pretty much a spitecall hoping that he would usually raise with the Nuflushdraw on a Flop like that most of the time - and given the fact he could be shoving some worse flushes too.

I will continue the series over the course of this and the following month playing 5NL, 10NL and 25NL in the next episodes.

So check back for upcoming episodes of this series - looking forward to our next classes!

- Felix

 

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