Poker Strategy: Poker Videos

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FTR is big on poker videos of all kinds. From cash game strategy, to how to play SNGs/MTTs, or even pro poker interviews, we host it all. Our free instructional poker videos with commentary made by FTR members demonstrate certain tactics, strategies, and thought processes. We’re always trying to learn more about the game of poker, and watching videos of others playing poker while listening to their poker video commentary can open our eyes to new ideas, alternate strategies or provide confirmation on how to play a given situation.

Below you will see all of the current videos in our library. After viewing each video, please add a comment and rate it! Your feedback will be much appreciated.




[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

the importance of using selective aggression and position to exploit players who frequently limp at the poker table, suggesting that players should not only raise with their strongest hands but also widen their ranges to capitalize on the mistakes of limpers in no limit Texas Hold'em cash games
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 017] Checking Back the Turn

while aggression is a key trait of a successful poker player, there are situations where checking, even with a perceived best hand, can be beneficial; the video specifically discusses reasons to consider checking on the turn in No Limit Hold’em cash games
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 018] 4nl Session Recording

Getting reads on your opponents is crucial in any form of poker. It is especially important in cash games where you might play against the same opponents for an hour or more. By carefully observing what your opponents do, even in hands where you've folded, you'll be able to exploit them.
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 021] Video: Making Adjustments

If you play the same way against different opponents at the poker table, you're making a big mistake. The true pros always tailor their actions to the leaks and tendencies that they identify in their foes. You can get a lot of information by carefully observing the other players.
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick TIP 016] Identifying Fish

quick tip on identifying weaker players, often referred to as "fish," in poker, emphasizing that the majority of profits come from exploiting these players and providing guidance on how to quickly recognize and take advantage of them in No Limit Hold'em cash games
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 014] Capped Ranges

insights on identifying situations at poker tables where an opponent is likely to have a weak hand, emphasizing the importance of observing previous actions to determine the absence of a strong hand and highlighting the value of recognizing when an opponent has a capped range to enhance profitability in No Limit Hold’em cash games
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 002] Preflop Raise Sizing

the importance of appropriately sizing your preflop raises in poker, emphasizing situations when one might want to raise larger due to dead money in the pot or exploitable tendencies in opponents, and when to raise smaller, especially when facing short stacks or frequent three-bettors behind
[FTR Quick Tip 013] Bet Sizing

[FTR Quick Tip 013] Bet Sizing

the significance of bet sizing in No Limit Hold'em, detailing how adept players utilize it to outmaneuver their adversaries and highlighting various factors that influence the decision to place smaller or larger bets
[FTR Quick Tip 007] 3-Betting, Part 4: Example Hands

[FTR Quick Tip 020] Video: Double Barreling

In today's Texas Hold'em games, you can't just have a "one and done" philosophy to c-betting. You'll often be required to follow up with a bet on the turn or risk exploitation. By examining ranges and board texture, you can learn to make better two-barreling decisions.
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 019] Resteal Defense

In Texas Hold'em, you have to be prepared to face three-bets from the blinds when you try to steal them. By calling liberally in position and adding some four-bet bluffs to your ranges, you'll be able to effectively combat resteals. But don't over-adjust or you may just end up valuetowning yourself.
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 006] 3-Betting, Part 3: Merging

the strategy of 3-betting with a merged range, discussing the importance of adjusting one's 3-betting approach based on the opponent's tendencies, especially against players who frequently call 3-bets, and highlights the value of using hands that can perform well post-flop when incorporating bluffs into this merged range
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 015] Floating the Flop

the advanced poker strategy of floating on the flop, emphasizing its effectiveness when used judiciously, but cautioning against indiscriminate floating which can lead to becoming a predictable calling station
[FTR Quick Tip 009] Isolating Limpers

[FTR Quick Tip 008] Slowplaying Flopped Monsters

the strategic value of slowplaying strong hands in no-limit Hold'em cash games, highlighting that while it can maximize value from concealed monster hands, inappropriate slowplaying can be costly, and players should recognize the right situations to deploy this tactic effectively