Jack Wilcox 5
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"Jack Wilcox 5" - When a cooler isn't a cooler video info.
- Type: Hand Replayer
- Stakes: $200NL
- Game: 6max
- Tables: 1
- Room: Full Tilt originally - Hands replayed using Power Point and a simple hand converter.
- Length: 33:04
- Added: 16/09/10
Jack revisits 3 big losing hands and works out the EV for different decisions in each. Many players would consider these hands to be "coolers", when in reality if you do a little mathematics you will find that big losses could have been avoided or better decisions could have been made.
There is a small amount of mathematics in this video. Don't worry though, Jack does a very good job of explaining what is going on at all times. As long as you focus a little you will be fine.
This video was created using Power Point. Hands are not "replayed" in the usual format, but instead converted hands (using a hand history converter) have been placed on individual slides. Following each hand there are slides containing EV calculations to help show you why some decisions would prove to be more profitable than others.
- Intro - (00:26) → Overview of the objectives of the video.
- EV and Pot Odds - (01:15) → Includes a few basic mathematical formulas and some examples for EV and pot odds.
- Hand 1 - (4:21) → $200NL Two pair with KQ on a TKQ rainbow flop. Jack bets 2/3 pot on the flop and gets raised.
- Hand 2 - (12:31) → $200NL KT on a AJ6QQ board. Deciding whether it's more +EV shove all-in or check on the river.
- Hand 3 - (24:09) → $200NL AA against multiple opponents on a low, paired board.
- Conclusion - (29:42) → Why maths in poker is useful and awesome.
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