SNG $3 Session Review part I.

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $3
  • Fullring
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Comments (15)

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  • darkonebg


    Just one comment - you coulnt quadruple in 32 min as the 3rd allin player had less than 1BB :D
    Nice video though, for the second time it will make me betray my cashgame nature and make a SnG run :)
  • nezinomas


    good video
  • Spidey1978


    Really nice work again nick - looking forward to part II
  • ImSiCk22


    good video nick
  • RandomTacho


    good video
  • mouse89


  • rex99


    nice work =D
  • Peter68a


    Very clear comments. Well done.
  • MaCe90


    I don't think at 23:34 you have to think about fold equity, that's a spot were you should want to get your stack in considering everything, and if you do stack him as you did you will be in a dominant position to win the thing.

    At 41:10 you could have semi-bluffed with about 300 since you had a rather tight image, I don't think he would have called without an ace or a 10.

    Anyways, great video, keep'em coming.
  • mistaCrono


    I usually don't write comments, but on this video (along with some others here on PS) i just HAVE TO THANK YOU, for making and sharing it. It helped me so much you can't believe.
  • thomaslafleur


    Thank you very much for the video - I like the explanations of why you bet the amounts, and why your make certain calls. Also, I love the play with the straight flush - i find myself slowplaying too much and losing so much value for top hands. thanks.
  • MrGroggy


    First! gutes Viedeo!
  • osc389


    nice video, thank you
  • Ramble


    Great explanations of your reasoning in each hand - it really reinforced some of the basic concepts that I had forgotten about... and there were a few situations that I encounter often and am never sure how to handle - you showed one way to deal with them and explained them well.

    I'm sure this video will improve my game - Thanks!
  • pearlamb


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