How to Make $100 a Day Playing Poker (SIMPLE STRATEGY!!) make money online poker

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Do you want to make $100 a day playing poker? In today’s I am going to show you step by step how to make $100 a day with poker.

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First of all, you are going to need to play in some decent stakes games, like $100 or $200 buyin cash games or $10 or $20 buyin tournaments.

Secondly, in order to make $100 a day in poker you are going to need to learn to beat both the recreational players (fish) and the good players (regs).

In today’s video I am going to walk you through a hand versus a good player and how I extract the absolute maximum against them to win the most.

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BlackRain79Poker 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Do you make $100 a day playing poker? Also, check out my other new video on how to make $50 a day playing poker:

Matt LeClerc 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Are we assuming that pocket 10s are out of 4 bet range for this opponent? It seems believable he could have 10s with the ship on the turn rather than a straight imo.

Rick Epperley 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Villain could of easily had pocket jacks and cracked your aces. Weird that you would completely ignore that. Like his range could be low as pocket queens, but never jacks. If villain would bluff all in with big slick after raising out of position utg, then he certainly would do all that with pocket jacks. Just saying.

charles jarvis 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

So are we willing to live with them having a set of J’s, 9’s, and 10’s? I feel like even at micro levels players are playing those cards that way pre-flop more than AK.

goncalodvd 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

You dont. RNG is rigged so you WONT … 4 million hands played online here …

Michael Gavin 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Had to stop playing online poker shit honestly made me want to kill myself after a while. The amount of bad beats are ridiculous I started to feel like a bad poker played even tho I would do good at the casino. Online poker completely made me lose my love for the game after covid hit and all.

Alex Sher 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

What about jj or 10s
You said he could have it preflop.

If so he could have set of jj or 10 s

Please advise

Testa 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

At the turn, why he is not saying that he has 3 jacks or 3 tens?

Renjo Tolentino 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Pocket rockets should always be played agressively and raise 10x atleast the bigblinds.. better to win small amount than to lose big amount of your stacks coz you slow play your cards..

Dominic P 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

He could of just easily had a KQ and had the straight when he went all in? Not gonna lie I'd of folded.

Cenn Jonson 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

What are the best online poker sites in America to do this? Because some of them are different than others

Quirijn Dijkstal 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

What do you guys think of a small re raise to $88 at 7:05, impossible for him to fold to such a small re raise.

GODkingAL 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Great content thank you

johnnyreddy123 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Everyone except cough mike postel cough

MikeWilde 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

This in my opinion was a total gamble. He was repping a huge hand. If he had JJ or 1010, you were screwed. Up until he shoved, there was no way you were in good shape or could be sure he didn't have it. At the end of the day, all you had was a pair. That's it. And the chances of him betting big with tens or jacks were pretty high. After the flop, there was a HUGE chance he could have a set, and you had one pair. Lots of top pros play 10s or Jacks. This was a total gamble and you literally got lucky. If he had 10s or Jacks, this video would be about how to lose all your money by overplaying a pair like a beginner. The all in shove was literally the only thing that gave away his hand, and even at that, he could have done it in response to your small raise after he checked, maybe assuming you would have bet bigger. Also, this play worked because it was heads up. You could NEVER have played the hand like that if there were one or two others involved.

Andy McGowan 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

That was one of the best videos I have seen in a while.

Alex H 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Set of Jacks or a set of 10's easily could be in his range. Pocket Queens could have made that play, as they have an over and picked up an open-ended although the Queens probably lead out on the flop. I'm actually very surprised that he showed up with AK after calling the flop.

Adan Sampieri 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Great stuff

Vladimir Pavliv 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

11:54 And lets see what he has. Oh … Hes got 83 … Well that was not a good example let's try another one :-))

LocalDopeDude 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Damn, but what if he had AKh and you got murdered by the 3 h that dropped? you had no blocker, so its def in his range. I would make the call, but I would also be crushed when I saw the 3h

Terence Hill 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

The title could also be: How to overplay AA deep stacked like an amateur…

Terence Hill 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

vs. AA everyone looks like a bad reg…

K SEVENTEEN 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Gd day Nathan, do u use Neteller (eWallet); for yur poker withdrawal transactions & is it link to Thailand banks ? Tqvm

Alan Herrera 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

What website is he playing on?

radio NDSPN 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

100$ 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

4bet in East Europe Poker Vlog 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

so you make 100 a day or 50 ?:)

anon anon 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

And fish are fish at any limit.

The game is the same, there’s only more money in it.

with gems like this, BlackRain has to go down as one of the greatest poker sages of all times. His insight is so amazingly deep, it almost sounds like hot air to the uninitiated

Léon Boot 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Really love your content, keep up the good work!

Lu-Vin Paul 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

I am not for trolling someone here,bit one thing bothers me a lot, since I know from experience, how hard it is with poker market and sports betting.

I hire you as a coach. I giving 50% of my winnings. IF somebody shine up with a short term concept.

What nobody telling, when making videos like this, is HOW MUCH TIME they invested to get those poor 100 bucks per day.

Yes, it's all about money. But it's about money in relation to the time, that you have to invest in. As an example: when he played 8 hours for 100 bucks, it's 12,5 per hour.
This is not good!!! It's easier to get a job in a normal industry, because they pay you guaranteed when you simply do your work. Without any variance.

Also nobody mentioned, that it's not a bullet proof thing. It's more a mathematical game, where you need stone cold discipline.

My point is simple: when somebody have this characteristics, they don't watch videos like this one. They just right now making that fkn money.

I can't hear it anymore… "Long term. Long term. Long term….

What does it mean? One year? Two years? How much money and time you have to invest in?

That was much text. Sorry. But I am feeling so kidding by people who sells me shit as gold…

chitownlew 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

No way. Any reg or rec or pro would never jam all-in on that board. Never. When you call $44, your opponent is putting you on a pair like JJ, 10s, 9s, 8s, or even QQ. So this is a totally fictional fantasy that a player would jam overbet all-in with AK and give all his money away. Would never happen in real life. Just a ridiculous example if u ask me. (But I still like your videos.)

A Dean 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

so what you are saying is we should ship if we have a straight or a set of jacks because you wouldn't be able to fold aces… thanks

Lucas Valentino Goupil 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

You need to play 20 ten dollor tourneys with a 50% roi to make 100 a day on average its just a math problem 😊.Love the example thx

Word of Mouth 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

I don't know why you forced all those other players to fold preflop.


Chris M 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

You need to work on your. Bluffing range. Your opponent should not be able to assume aces if you 5bet pre. You don't need a lot of bluffs but just adding AK and Aks would help

Urke G 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

He can definitely have KQs in his range as it is often used as 4bet bluff in this positions

DSPenguin 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

thing is… couldn't a bad reg that doesn't understand ranges 4-bet on KQ exactly because he's a bad reg? I can see a bad reg overplaying their hand and/or thinking KQ is better than it is. there's a lot of bad info on poker out there and people will follow it. thank you for all the videos!

glgunblade 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

I would argue that perhaps he considered shoving turn to rep QQ which is what a lot of poor(?) regs would also do. Telling a believable story that vil has a strong overpair with an open ended draw and that if hero wants to continue chasing with any weak pair or draw also it'll be expensive.
Of course with our AA it'd still be a call but villain can't know that.

Wade Purton 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

You forgot sets JJ which would be in his range.

Kevin Alexander 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Great video! I appreciate the content. I suppose it isn't that likely that he had a set of Jack's. That would be the only hand I would be leary of. But UTG, 4 bet pot is a stretch for Jack's.

Brdobu 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

If we assume he is incapable of reading ranges, why are we so certain he isn't "value betting" a set? I have seen players do this numerous times when they turn their miracle set. I mean I'm still calling every time with the aces. But I don't feel that great about it tbh

Darren Watson 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Cool advice thanks

mpakt18 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

$100 a day? Over how many hours? $100 dollars a day for a one hour session may be okay but if you're putting in many hours that's hardly worth you're time.

Rosa Lane 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

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Will Witt 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

I watch all your videos and find them really useful.
But your advice is always restricted to the tactics and strategy of that particular hand.
How would you play hands where despite everything it is a 50/50 tossup as to whether you are winning or not – in other words how much uncertainty would cause you to fold? In most hands – especially on Zoom – everyone folds after the flop and very little money changes hands. The big money changes hands when 2/3 players have big hands – and this is not often. As a result the 50/50 tossup situation occurs quite frequently and has a large effect on your win rate. I suspect your answer to this question will be – the more hands you play the less the uncertainty will be!
So in a future video can you provide an idea of the hours per day required to make $100 per day for a professional level player playing Zoom and how many names would he be playing under?

Ptakun Damian Show 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

Dislike for bait. Sorry

George Buller 17/02/2022 - 5:31 Chiều

12-03: This is exactly the reason I prefer trading sports to playing online Poker! Sports, I CAN control (to a large degree) Poker – as in this scenario – depends far too much on 'luck' for me! That said, great video as ever! 😉


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