$55 MTT - Part 2

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JonathanLittle reviews a $55 MTT he played at PokerStars.

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$55 MTT PokerStars series Session Review

Comments (18)

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  • kammikammerl

    #1

    Have fun!
  • freeeeez

    #2

    хороший вод! спс
    з.ы.
    кучма7 облажался:)
  • freeeeez

    #3

    29 минута hero играет АК 3бет/пуш...
    имхо, небольшой 4бет будут делать только КК+ хкттб
    даже если это дамы то коин с таким стеком не к чему.
  • thebigticket

    #4

    fürst uranov
  • etnogvozd

    #5

    thx John!
  • Galotiger

    #6

    никогда не играла мтт но после етого зарегилась за11 и надо же +75 очень мило.
  • pils3

    #7

    min 15:30
    i think, the players behind you will more often squeeze shove after your call than 4bet after your 3bet by far. squeeze is the more popular play, whereas many players would literally never cold 4bet bluff. besides they do not really have any foldequity.

    i dont mind the flatcall in this spot, but the reason 'they will 4bet light' is incorrect, at least in a rather weak 50$ game
  • JonathanLittle

    #8

    You are probably right about them squeezing more than 4betpushing. I have to remember that in mid stake games, people know to squeeze and at high stake games, people know to 4betbluff sometimes.
  • 3P3

    #9

    всегда смотрю воды JonathanLittle c удовольствием.
    Хорошо коментирует раздачки! Спс =)
  • Fox999

    #10

    hi n vid
  • honigmund38

    #11

    hey jonathan, nice vid again!

    just want to ask something about the 78s hand in min 23. i think that preflop is std, a 3bet is optional. flop is std as well but i do not get ur reasoning for betting the turn once he checks to you. why would you bet here when you will never get called by worse or make better hands fold? is that just some kind of bluff prevention for the river card? betting the turn looks a lil bit like wasting chips to me.
  • Orator001

    #12

    Куча скила и гора лака. Видео понравилось:) Было бы еще на русском:)
  • JonathanLittle

    #13

    The problem with the 87 here is that the turn gives him a lot of random gutshots + overcards that I would like to force off the pot. I assume he would fold all those to a turn bet and only checkpush with strong hands.
  • Gangstahhh

    #14

    At like 28:30, you get a 4bet from like MP, I think so small and that it is a 4bet you know for sure he has a good hand, remember this is a $55 tournament. not a 10k BI where people also 4bet bluff, so prob his range is KK AA and AK and you're not doing great against that, so I like to fold here.
  • JonathanLittle

    #15

    While his push range will be fairly tight, you cant really justify getting away from AKs late in a small buyin mtt.
  • madorjan

    #16

    Hi!

    We have some question in the Hungarian community:

    13:20 - you said that calling with T8o is the standard play there. Why is it? I think the hands that will have great value on the flop are 2pair+.

    34:45 - you have 87o on a J7x board and you lead out. In my experience the limper will always bet the flop, so isn't there more value in check/calling? Against a lead I'd raise there with 100% of my range, because it tends to be 2nd pair or worse, and to raise against it IP is just so strong.

    Thanks in advance!
  • JonathanLittle

    #17

    I think you need to be playing hands out of the blinds that are going to flop decently well and T8 is certainly one of those. You would much rather play hands like T8 than J3.

    With the 87, I think you can go either way with the hand. The problrem with checkcalling is there are a lot of bad turns that will put me in a bad spot if they decide to two barrel. By leading, if they raise, you can generally fold and if they call, you can play most turns decently well. Basically, it is one of the rare spots I think a bet for information is not too terrible.
  • madorjan

    #18

    Thanks!