longple   Sweden. Aug 13 2018 11:12. Posts 4471
the good old crazy swede in here never really dies it seems
just watched a doug polk rant on wilhasha and I probably have wilhashaness in me, comeing up in poker I played a fair bit against him and cultivated this deepcrazyness after befriending him and even stakeing him at one point, that I took advantage of for years, being an overly aggro 200bb+ player, today its probably defenetely spews and one of the things hurting me and I want to expose it abit.
One of my battles when playing long sessions, internal lets say, is pushing it to far both preflop and postflop when getting deep, the deeper we are the crazier the push, its like I cant stay away from crazyswedelevel. Strong patterns that are being redirected slowly
I'll try and post the little out there pots that in my world falls under what I'm pointing at, not just winners like this one
Last edit: 13/08/2018 11:22
Stroggoz   New Zealand. Aug 13 2018 11:28. Posts 4714
maybe they overfold to this spot. I saw xpastor say he fold low boat or something in a similar spot once on 2p2, although times have changed. I'd be surprised if anyone ever 3bet flop with AA here, but you can have 88 so that's fine.
Even if you have got the inner swede instinct, your fundamentals are far stronger than either wilhasha's or Doug polks, imo.
I don't have crazyswede genes but I have what I like to call the latin tilt factor, so whenever Im tilted, which basically happens every session after losing a big pot, instead of fighting my emotions I acknowledge them and play a bit tighter preflop oop, looser IP and go crazy postflop. Ive noticed that tigheting up preflop and/or playing IP can make you go wilder postflop so that would be my non solver and probably worthless advice.