Facing a Donk Bet – PPP #55

In this week’s episode we’re talking about what to do when facing a donk bet, in particular when you have two overcards to the board. Do you fold, call, or raise?

We also have a cash game hand where Hero finds himself with Top Pair Top Kicker. Should he barrel all streets, or slow down at some point?

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Stealing is Eating – PPP #54

Stealing is important in poker. Stealing is just like eating! But what do you do when you consistently get called down and none of your steals seem to work?

Peter “Carroters” Clarke, a 6-max cash game coach from Scotland, joins us to discuss this question.

He also has an exclusive discount code for listeners of our Podcast to get his new book “100 hands” at a steal!

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How to Avoid Loss Aversion Bias – PPP #53

The PPP is coming live from the Aussie Millions at the Melbourne Crown Casino! Special guest this episode is Landon Blackhall, Tournament Director for Deaf Poker Australia.

The Poser of this week is about loss aversion: how do you stay aggressive in tournaments and not worry too much about losing chips? We also discuss an interesting hand that was sent in by one of our listeners.

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Study Time – PPP #52

It is finally there: the Aussie Millions!

Merv drove all the way down to Melbourne and joins us from the Crown Casino, ready to take in all the action at the Aussie Millions. Ben and Mike challenge him to a photo contest so keep an eye out for his Twitter updates #meetMerv #Mervsmaidens.

Despite some pain in his Netherlands, Mike is doing his best to answer another PPP Poser. And the hand in our strat chat section is – how could it be otherwise – one from the Aussie Millions 2016 featuring Jacon Mercier and Byron Kaverman (27:08).

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Calling the Clock – PPP #51

The first Podcast of 2018!

And what better way to kick it off than with a guest like Joel Williams, Tournament Director of the upcoming Aussie Millions.

This week’s Postflop Poker Podcast Poser is appropriately on live play and concerns calling the clock on another player. Is it wise to call the clock on someone when you’re not in the hand? And how does casino staff deal with the clock to make sure all players are protected?

The strat chat (29:16) focuses on a hand from the 2016 Aussie Millions where we see the infamous Phil Ivey make a huge river bet for almost twice the pot. Is it a bluff or value, and can his opponent find a call?

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3-betting Light – PPP #50

A real milestone episode: the 50th Postflop Poker Podcast. And it’s a Christmas Episode too!

Talking about Christmas, we have some great new rewards for you over on Patreon. If you sign up, you can win free coaching with Ben or a free Review Video of one of your Hand Histories! If you get in early, you increase your chance of winning these awesome rewards.

This episode features a mystery guest that some of our early listeners will fondly remember (or not). Our new patron Damian sent in a question on playing postflop after 3-betting and the stratchat (27:12) goes into a cash game hand that was also sent in by Damian.

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Moving up Stakes with Nathan “blackrain79” Williams – PPP #49

The podcast is joined by one of the most well-known micro stakes grinders out there: Nathan “blackrain79” Williams.

Nathan is a top micro stakes player with more profit at the micros than anyone else. He tells more about his story in this episode. We also discuss a very interesting PPP Poser Question about moving up in stakes.

This week’s strat-chat hand is one of Merv’s hands that he played in a live MTT (43:20).

You can find out more about Nathan on his website www.blackrain79.com or hit him up on Twitter @BlackRainPoker.

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