Hyper Turbo Video Package
zZzTILT is back, and he has brought a truly innovative video pack to the community. Crushing Regs is all about learning how to beat tough opponents. Whether it's a regular winner at the $7 games, or a tough professional in the $200 games, Crushing Regs offers solutions on adapting to and beating these players.
In this package, you'll learn how to hold your own and beat the tough opponents at your level. You'll learn how to improve your thought process in heads up poker, helping you become a stronger player.
"Whether you are a beginning player, or mid to high stakes regular, I highly recommend this video pack. It is packed full of information that is crucial to success in hyper turbos." - Grayson "Spacegravy" Physioc; High Stakes Hyper Turbo Pro
"I highly recommend anyone who is serious about improving their game to watch this vid pack." - Big Husla; High Stakes Hyper Turbo Pro
"I'm impressed by the knowledge projected by these guys, surprised they don't play higher, it was worthwhile watching for me. They explain almost every important concept very well but also very easy to understand for anyone." - Lotte Lenya, High Stakes Hyper Turbo Pro
Introduction (4 min)
Matt talks about who he is, who his video pack is for, and what his video pack contains.
Reg Crushing Toolbox (41 min)
This group of slides contains material focusing on game theory optimal (GTO) versus exploitive play, how to think in reg wars (differences compared to weak opponents), balancing/splitting your ranges, readless play preflop/postflop, non-standard lines and common mistakes.
Hand History Review 1 (34 min)
Matt reviews interesting hands from $30 and $60 hyper turbo regulars. He dives into hand analysis, covering topics on how to play anything from weak hands preflop, to strong but vulnerable hands postflop. He emphasizes that your opponent's hand range has so much to do with how strong your actual hand is, exemplified by contrasting hands, one of which shows a top pair hand where Matt believes we have a very strong hand, the other where top pair hand where he believes our hand is quite weak.
This is an excellent video for players that are often making the mistake of calling any sized bet with top pair or second pair. The video helps explain where and why your hand is not as strong as it may seem (and vice versa), cutting through a lot of the uncertainty that many players find themselves experiencing in these situations.
Hand History Review 2 (39 min)
Matt reviews individual hands from several $100 and $200 hyper turbo regulars. This is a similar video to the last, though Matt's level of analysis assumes opponents are thinking a on a bit deeper of a level. There are also some trickier hands to deal with in this video, such as a situation where K hi can sometimes call a big all in bet on the river, a weak hand that 3-bets preflop and is called, a spot where a 2nd pair hand is check raised all in on the turn and several interesting bluffing situations.
The hands in this video have been specifically selected to highlight a wide range of situations that you'll face against tougher opponents. This results in a great deal of content packed into the 39 minutes (and 34 in the previous video).
Leakfinder 1 (51 min)
A $30 reg war is reviewed by Matt, featuring two tables of action for over 50 minutes. This video really dives into what it is like to play a regular opponent from hand 1, developing reads as the game goes on and really getting a good idea of the flow of the game. Analysis covers a very wide range of situations and topics in this video, including check/call vs check/raise discussion, limping options, preflop 3-bet decisions and bet sizing.
The CoffeeHUD is featured in the next five videos, as it is a common tool used by regulars of all levels.
Leakfinder 2 (56 min)
Over 115 hands are reviewed in this two tabling war between two $100 level regulars. Matt reviews the play here, discussing a laundry list of concept, some of which include preflop calling out of position, barreling, checking back the flop versus continuation betting and thinking multiple steps ahead of each decision.
zZzTILT vs Regs 1 (55 min)
zZzTILT takes to the $30 hypers to face a regular himself. He talks about how most regs play in limped pots and how to take advantage of that, the decision making impact of not having a lot of hands showdown early in the game and thoughts towards building unexploitable ranges.
This video features over 75 hands on two tables of play.
zZzTILT vs Regs 2 (51 min)
Matt plays a $60 hyper regular in this match. He talks about decisions both versus this opponent and versus hypothetical regs (more aggressive, more passive, etc.) as he goes through over 80 hands on two tables.
zZzTILT vs Regs 3 (38 min)
zZzTILT plays a good $200s regular in his final video. He mixes up his play in situations and puts an emphasis on his opponent's perception of his range, and how that impacts his decision making against this higher level regular.
This video is protected by basic, non intrusive software that will only allow you to use it on two of your own devices (such as laptop and desktop). You may still play the video offline, online, while traveling and as many times as you like for years to come. The basic protection is minimal, and required in order to keep video authors producing new video packs of this caliber in the future.
Mac users will not be able to play the PC version.
Release Date - March 14th, 2014
Release Price - $200
Length - 6 hours, 9 minutes
Size - 791MB
Format - .EXE (Plays on windows, or on a mac using a virtual machine)