final table video

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    • zayd88
      zayd88
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      Nice vid. Where's the rest?
    • ManniXXX
      ManniXXX
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      A table of fishes, what more could you ask for at a final table?

      I actually think I picked out 1 or 2 decent players, the rest looked awful though.
    • chenny8888
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      @10:43, it's 6-handed and hero is in the SB with about 6BB. easy any two card push there, villain is never calling wide enough for a shove to be unprofitable, especially with the massive antes

      @17:19: CO: too loose with the shove there, especially given the table dynamic. at least imo.

      @19:30: again too loose, CO shoves shouldn't be that loose. i could push that from the button, but not the cutoff.

      rest of it seems wp/standard. although most of it is just clicking fold :P
    • slikec
      slikec
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      Can we see how it ends :D
    • MaxMad
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      Thx for all, for your response, especially for chenny8888! We are glad that you found time for this, and you were able to give detailed information about the game!

      Thx again! ;)

      Sry that the video is incomplete, but I can give the info, that Grapendaal won it, after a couple of hands.
    • senna12
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      Thanks all the comments.
      Sorry for the end, Grapendaal was the winner.

      I have a question:
      23:08: A6s - easy call or good fold

      Ty
    • chenny8888
      chenny8888
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      Originally posted by senna12
      Thanks all the comments.
      Sorry for the end, Grapendaal was the winner.

      I have a question:
      23:08: A6s - easy call or good fold

      Ty
      imo easy fold. we have ~25 big blinds, with a significant edge over the rest of the opponents. antes are small. there is a shortstack on the table.

      plus, villain hasn't done this very often. i'm leaning towards a low pocket pair, middling ace-x type hand, which we're just hoping to flip against. if he raised i'd 3bet-resteal happily, but with no fold equity i'm mucking A6s.