Handreview with faarcyde

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $33 - $200
  • Fullring
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Faarcyde reviews some interesting hands from FR and SH SNG's played on various buyins ranging from $36-$200. He looks at various spots in different stages of SNG's from the very early hands through the bubble to the heads up.


FullTilt hand history review

Comments (17)

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  • FishermansFriend


    Enjoy the new video by faarcyde!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • DevineBluff


    Could next vid about sup turbos be for silvers too?
  • Leito99


    oh ye!! superturboes please!! :)
  • lessthanthreee


    how come i cant search for this in the Videos section?
  • lessthanthreee


    faarcyde's fav comment in this vid: 'we flopped gin!'

    AJo bvb 41:30 - what do you think about 3betting really small after he c/r flop. aiming to get him to out-level himself again. i think you are deep enough to 3bet to ~900 and for him to think you are messing with him and 4bet shove a few extra hands that he would just fold to your shove.

    I like the discussion of unconventional lines. I think a good mix of replayer/session reviews/live sessions is best. All have their positives and negatives.

    looking forward to the next one
  • faarcyde


    @Lessthanthreee: No, I don't like that option much at all. Unless he is really bad he isn't going to get it in with much worse and since it is a six-max game we are on the bubble and ICM really hates getting into confrontations here. If it was ITM for a full ring game I would think it to be a viable option.
  • lexsevsk


    I do not understand anything. But probably this is cool video. :)
  • itSmIn3z


    #2: producers like faarcyde should not concentrate on silver-content imo
  • Grottesco


    I like this kind of hand by hand replay, very interesting to see how and when you can choose to play some different lines, also by picking certain spots you can make it 45 minutes full of interesting stuff, while playing live it's more random.
  • Shujee


    Nice vid, liked the format also.
  • Brounxin


    great video!
  • GutsForSale


    I would like to check out the live session=)
  • Y0d4


    QQ hand min. 46, I think you should def. exclude the top part of his range, as close to no one will just openshove it that deep - QQ's eq. should get a lot better by that.
    Might still be a fold, but worth mentioning!

    Generally a really good video in terms of sharing your structured thoughts, had fun watching and it was inspiring too.
    But I was tilted by a fact you also mentioned, namely that the hand selection seems really result oriented(although most hands are interesting ones).
    Viewers might take even more from it when he had A9 in the AQhh hand, but you showed an equilator calculation afterwards that no matter the result, the play was good - because if they call ingame and are wrong in such a tricky spot, they might just insta-erase those calls from their game again.

    Greetings, y0d4 aka. sence25 on 2+2
  • faarcyde


    @Yod4: I agree I should have removed AA-QQ from the Wizard calculation although it wouldn't have changed my original decision to much.

    And yes I agree with what you are saying about having "results oriented" hand selection. It is near impossible not to have a bias trending toward that in this type of format.
  • Dumm1984


    I like the hand review style better than live plays.

    One point though: Could you perhaps define a topic and then only review hands that fall under that topic? I think that might result in a bigger learning effect.
  • AndreNC


    Really nice Vid with interessting thoughs.Alrdy saw the liveplay but rly have to say that I prefer this format of vids.
  • Gavron23


    Awesome video :) "I flopped the world"^^