I share my plans for July: “The Month of Micro Stakes Poker”. Send me your micro stakes-related questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bookmark this page because it’s your #1 source for micro stakes-related podcasts and videos. Everything I create this month can be found below, as well as links to some useful items from the past.
In case you missed episode 243, I discussed strategies for hunting more profits with Bread & Butter Poker.
The Month of Micro Stakes Poker: Podcast Episodes
I play and coach micro stakes poker and I have so much to share with you this month. I consider the micro stakes to be 25nl or lower, so .01/.02, .02/.05, .05/.10 and .10/.25 online NLHE.
I discuss using your micro stakes aggression in good and poor ways. Good: gaining value and successful bluffs. Bad: chip spew.
Tons of micro stakes-related poker questions… 8 of ’em covering bankroll rules, preflop choices, post-flop play and my study recommendations.
I discuss 3 important poker training strategies that micro stakes players must do to improve their skills and ready themselves for moving up.
#248 – TBD
Near the end of the month I’ll hold a micro stakes webinar called “Playing to Learn: A Micro Stakes Webinar”. (use POD10 for 10% off)
Micro Stakes Blasts From the Past
Episode #39 Q&A: Playing Online, Busting Out of the Micros and My PokerTracker 4 HUD – 3 listener questions answered about playing poker online, busting out of the micros and my own PokerTracker 4 HUD.
MED Monday #42: Finding Sweet Squeezes at the Micro Stakes – I discuss an article by Nathan “BlackRain79” Williams titled “Why You Need to Make the Squeeze Play More Often at Lower Stakes”
MED Idea: Don’t say “no” to easy squeezing money when you’ve got a strong hand. Those callers are dead money, and if they can call your 3bet squeeze again with weaker hands, you’re making theoretical profits hand-over-fist with your value squeeze plays.
MED Action: In your next study session, filter in your database for the biggest pocket pairs separately and compare your win rates. How much do you win with TT, JJ, QQ, KK and AA? In this example hand, the 3bet squeeze could’ve earned Hero a 10.5 bb pot. In one hand with JJ, he could’ve earned more than he does per hand with AA.
In episode #245, I’ll discuss using micro stakes aggression.
Until next time, study smart, play much and make your next session the best one yet.