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Smart Poker Study Podcast

Sky discusses poker play and study strategies for a variety of No Limit Holdem (NLHE) poker games: LIVE and online cash games, MTT’s and SNG’s for all poker stakes. Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker author, coach & player Please visit and learn more at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com
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May 24, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod66

I teach you hand reading using my H.A.N.D. acronym, and how understanding percentage form can lead to better hand reading by assigning more accurate pre-flop ranges.

Podcast Mission (3:30)

My mission for today is to teach you the basic steps of hand reading through my H.A.N.D. acronym.  I’ll also dive into what percentage form is and how it is a crucial part of hand reading.  Take the time right now to answer these questions for yourself before we get to the meat of the today’s podcast:

  1. What steps are involved in hand reading?
  2. How can percentage form help with hand reading?

The H.A.N.D. Reading Steps (4:05)

History

Assign

Narrow

Destroy (or Ditch)

How can percentage form help with hand reading? (13:15)

Podcast Challenge (16:45)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode:  Practice learning percentage form.  When you know that 5% of hands is 77+ and AK, or that 20% of hands is all pp’s, all broadways and 65s+, then you’ll be a much stronger hand reader.   Start up your favorite poker calculating software like Flopzilla or Pokerstove or Equilab, and make a list of all the hands that fall under each % category: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50 and 60%.  Commit to memorizing these and practice it in your hand history reviews or when you’re actually at the poker table.  If you can get these down, you’ll be far more accurate hand reader than your competition.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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May 20, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod64

In today's Q&A, I answer 3 listener Q’s about the “tight is right” SNG philosophy, recording LIVE hands for later review, the profitability of cash vs SNG games and changing your plans mid-hand.

Question 1 from Rob (1:15)

Hi Sky. I totally get the tight is right philosophy of the early levels of a SNG. The early levels can easily amount to only 20 – 30 hands and in that small sample, we don’t always get a decent playable hand in position. On top of that, it is rare to get a playable hand in position with the action folded to you. So for most of the lower levels I’m playing fold’em hold’em and almost always get into a short stack scenario. Any suggestions for the above scenario?

Question 2 from Chris (3:35)

Hi Sky,
I have been listening to your podcasts and find them entertaining and informative. I would like more info on playing live as so far I have found that you focus a lot on online. I play exclusively live and would like better ideas on how to take better notes on hands to be able to study later.
Thanks, Chris

Question 3 from Firaga (9:30)

Good morning! I have two questions for you:
1) When you develop a plan for the flop that involves your plan for further streets, how important is it that you stick to that plan in the middle of the hand, even when presented with clear evidence that your plan may not have been a good plan? Then he goes into an example hand.
2) Prior to Black Friday, I was a winning regular in SNG tournaments, but I also played a lot of cash games. I left poker and returned recently to find SNG traffic is at a crawl compared to what it used to be, and my cash game is way behind the curve. My biggest concern is that long-term, there is more profitability in cash games than SNG's, and that playing in SNG's to build my bankroll will damage my development as a cash-game player. Do you think there is any benefit to playing both regularly (not in the same session, maybe alternating weekly) or do you think it would be better to specialize in one and mix in an occasional sprinkling of the other for variety? Am I worried for no good reason?
I would appreciate any advice you might have.
Best regards, Firaga
 

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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May 17, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod64

I teach you why paying attention to showdowns is absolutely vital in gaining reads on your opponents and improving your hand reading skills.

Podcast Mission (8:40)

My mission for today is to teach you the importance of hand reading and to discuss the what, the why and the how of hand reading.  And I’ll dive into why paying attention to showdowns is vitally important in developing your hand reading skills.  Take the time right now to answer these questions for yourself before we get to the meat of the today’s podcast:

  1. What’s so important about hand reading?
  2. How can showdowns help?

What’s so important about hand reading? (9:15)

How can showdowns help? (11:50)

Podcast Challenge (23:00)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode: Pay attention to every showdown you see in your next session and for the rest of the week. Your goal is to learn at least one thing from each showdown about how your opponents play their hands, and to take a note each time. The more you practice this, the better you’ll get at remembering the street by street action and using what you learn to exploit your opponents in future hands.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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May 10, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod62

I interview James ‘SplitSuit’ Sweeney and we discuss poker coaching, player leaks and his hand reading course called ‘The Hand Reading Lab.’    This is a listener Q&A.

Playing and Coaching History

The Hand Reading Lab

New Smart Poker Podcast Series on ‘The Hand Reading Lab’

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Get 'The Hand Reading Lab' and use offer code "smart" at http://www.splitsuit.com/hrl

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May 6, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod61

I answer 3 listener Q’s about handling surprise tilt, facing check-raises and whether or not I head to the Colossus II this summer.   This is a listener Q&A.

Question 1 from Firaga (3:40)

Greetings Sky,
I am currently building a bankroll on ACR, starting at 2NL. I have made great improvements and have plans in place for fixing many of my leaks, but I’m struggling with a plan of attack for this one.
I find that when a villain does something completely unexpected (i.e. 3-bet shoving 200bb or showing down a hand I hadn’t thought of in their range) I think about it for the rest of the session, and even for days afterwards.
I try to take the GTD approach and mark the hand for review, but that doesn’t stop this compulsive obsessing. I plan on reading the mental game over poker next month, is there anything else you think I could do?
Thank you very much for doing what you do.
– Firaga
 

Question 2 from Sen (8:10)

Hi Sky,
Do you provide any material on playing poker live?
Also, can you provide some feedback regarding the beginning of your session? Would you recommend playing tight like 10% of starting hands or LAG like 45% or play your traditional TAG approach? I play LIVE 1-2 only and have been effected by variance and I think that I get into a lot of marginal spots at the start and lose a flip and play terribly afterwards.
I find that I’m getting check raised a lot after being the pre-flop raiser, even though I have top pair top kicker. I raised with AQo, flopped Q53 rainbow, gets checked to me, I bet and get check-raised. What do I do in these spots? Call and validate the turn or fold on the flop b/c my opponents are raising w/2p+? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
 

Question 3 from Sam (14:30)

Hi Sky,
Thanks for the podcast!
You said before you went to the WSOP. Are you going again this year? If so, what events will you play?
Keep it up!
-Sam

Challenge (16:25)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode: Send your questions my way. I’m only able to do these Q&A’s if you’re sending some Q’s to me, so keep ‘em flowing.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

Discuss poker with like-minded players at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/discuss

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May 3, 2016

I teach you about percentage form and how to color code your HUD stats for quick and easy reference and to find frequency issues in your opponent’s games.  

Podcast Mission (2:55)

My mission for today is to teach you how you should think about the stat %’s in your HUD and color code them to make it quick and easy to find your opponent’s frequency issues.

What do these numbers really mean? (4:00)

Percentage Form (4:45)

Color Coding for the Win (12:05)

Podcast Challenge (16:10)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode: Create some of your own color coding ranges for the most important stats in your HUD. I recommend doing this for the stats mentioned today, as well as Attempt to Steal, Fold to Cbet, # of Hands Played and VPIP. Take the time to create these on your own, giving careful thought to what the percentages mean. Use Equilab, Flopzilla or some other software to aid you in this process. This practice of thinking about each individual stat and what the possible percentages mean will be great for your ongoing poker development.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Apr 26, 2016

I discuss how I use popups in my PokerTracker 4 HUD to maximally exploit my opponents.

Podcast Mission (2:50)

My mission for today is to teach you how you can utilize popups most effectively with the minimum amount of information possible.  The popups that come with PT4 can be too complicated with stats just all over the place and organized in a very non-user friendly way.  I’ll teach you the most important considerations for the stats within your popups, so that you can avoid overwhelm and actually put them to use.

Stats Under Varying Conditions (3:30)

IP or OOP

Specific Position

By Street

2bet or 3bet Pots

My Popups (12:15)

RFI & Fold to 3bet Popup

3bet Popup

Steal Popup

Cbet Popup

Fold to Cbet Popup

Podcast Challenge (17:20)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode:  Commit to utilizing one of your popups for each session this week.  If it’s the default “Tools” popup in PT4, or your own Cbet popup, or my Steal Popup if you purchase my SMART HUD, whatever, your goal this week will be to use it for every relevant decision made at the tables.  Write out on a piece of paper each element of the HUD to help train yourself in its contents and their placements.  Color code backgrounds or fonts to help you spot important stats for quick reference.  Don’t consider your task complete until you’ve mastered this one popup, even if it takes you 10 sessions to do so.  Once mastered, move on to the next.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Apr 22, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod57

I answer 3 listener Q’s about small blind opening ranges in cash games, recording your own game tape and running virtual poker study groups.  This is a listener Q&A.

Question 1 from Amir (2:20)

Morning, Sky. I was looking at your information on 6max small blind play. It’s 14 percent. Looks very small. I never played 6max or online before and I’m looking for any help on small blind play or ranges in general. Let me know if you can help.

Question 2 from David (5:25)

Hi Sky,
I would really appreciate some advice.
I have started a study group to study the book “Poker’s 1%” over on the Red Chip Poker forums. There was some discussion about starting a study group but no-one seemed to want to commit to a time, so I took the bull by the horns and extended an invite. The response was really good, with about 8 people wanting to join.
Problem is, I have no idea about study groups. The only study groups I’ve been in were in Uni and typically degenerated rapidly into drinking sessions. I don’t think that’s an option here – this will be a “virtual” study group, with people spread across the world in many locations. Time zones will be challenging for setting up live group discussions, particularly for me because I am in Asia, and am only available for a limited time each evening. As the instigator I also think people will defer to me for leadership, which is not my preference because I’m not the most organized person.
I’d appreciate any thoughts you have on what the elements of a successful study group are. Also, is there any etiquette around using the forums for this? I plan to reach out to Splitsuit, but I wanted to engage you first.
Thanks, David

Question 3 from Rob (10:00)

I’m planning on doing your 30 day Poker Study Challenge.  Can you tell me how to record my game play to review?

Challenge (12:10)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode: Increase your steal frequency from the SB. Most players don’t defend often enough to make steals unprofitable, so just start doing it more. Consider your opp’s stats before you do so, tighten up your ranges if they defend a lot, and widen them more if they defend little. This is great for any kind of poker you’re playing, whether it’s cash, SNG’s or MTT’s.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

Discuss poker with like-minded players at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/discuss

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Apr 19, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod56

I add some killer stats to your essential HUD, and teach you how to practice utilizing them through purposeful HH reviews.

Podcast Mission (2:45)

My mission for today is to build out your HUD with some key stats for exploiting opponents both pre and post-flop.  You’ll learn more about Raise First In, Fold to 3bet, Cbet and Fold to Cbet stats over multiple streets.  I’ll also teach you how you can practice using your HUD to aid in decisions thru dedicated HH reviews.

More Stats for Pre-flop and Post-flop Exploiting Opponents (3:25)

Raise First In (RFI)

Fold to 3bet

 

Combo Stat: RFI and Fold to 3bet

 

Flop & Turn Cbet

Flop & Turn Fold to Cbet

 

Combo Stat: Fold to Flop & Turn Cbet

Practicing Using the HUD in HH Reviews (14:30)

 

Podcast Challenge (16:45)

Here’s my challenge to you for this episode:  Commit to utilizing your HUD when analyzing every decision made during your HH reviews.  If you decided to fold, what stats told you he’s strong here and won’t fold to a reraise?  If you decided to call, what stats told you he might be bluffing or could be betting a weaker hand?  And if you decided to raise, what stats told you that he’ll fold to your bluff or that he’ll call your value raise with worse?

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Apr 14, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod54

I teach you how to effectively adopt a HUD into your game to exploit your opponents with 6 (or 7) essential elements that every HUD needs.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Apr 12, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod53

Alex “Assassinato” Fitzgerald returns to the podcast hot on the heels of his two $109 buy-in $5K guaranteed MTT wins.  We discuss those and his upcoming webinar ‘Master Poker with only 1 Hour a Day’.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Apr 8, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod52

I answer 3 listener Q’s about poker strategy and mastery vs overload, push/fold strategy and 50/50 SNG’s.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Apr 1, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod50

Poker strategy this episode: I answer 3 listener Q’s about MTT Leak filtering in PT4, tracking LIVE players and ranging an opponent when we hit TPTK on a scary mono board.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Mar 29, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod49

Poker strategy this episode: I help you plug the leak of spewing chips by betting for no reason.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Mar 25, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod48

Poker strategy this episode: I answer 3 listener Q’s about my own 3bet ranges, why I play poker and how to effectively get off-the-felt poker practice.   This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Mar 22, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod47

Poker strategy this episode: I help you plug the leak of nitty late stage MTT play and show you how to keep up the aggression on your way to the final table. 

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Mar 18, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod46

Poker strategy this episode: I answer 4 listener Q’s about Bovada, Playing vs Unknowns, Ranging and Mastery vs Overload.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Mar 11, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod44

Poker strategy this episode: I answer 4 listener Q’s about Flopzilla, poker stations, SNG’s and MTT’s.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Mar 10, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod43

Poker strategy this episode: I interview Alex “Assassinato” Fitzgerald and we discuss his new webinar ‘The Professional’s Mindset’ and his upcoming book, ‘The Myth of Poker Talent.” 

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Mar 8, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod42

Poker strategy this episode: I teach you how to begin incorporating daily study into your routine and show you some simple and effective study activities.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Smart Poker Study Newsletter for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips.

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Mar 4, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod41

Poker strategy this episode: I break down 2 hands using Andrew Brokos’ hand range classifications to improve your ranging game. This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Feb 26, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod39

Poker strategy this episode: I answer some listener Q’s about getting into online poker, busting out of the micros and how to get a copy of my HUD.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Feb 23, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod38

Poker strategy this episode: I teach you how to spot the leak of losing too much in the blinds and give you 6 steps to start plugging this leak.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Feb 19, 2016

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod37

Poker strategy this episode: I answer some listener Q’s about online poker in the US, the podcast format and my SNG opening ranges.  This is a listener Q&A.

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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Feb 17, 2016

I discuss my completed 30 day podcasting challenge and what I learned from it.   

http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod36

Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and author. 

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