Lowstakes MTT - Part 3

  • MTT
  • MTT
  • $2
  • Fullring
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Description

seeberger reviews the hand history of a $2 on demand MTT that he recently won in one of his coachings. The third part covers the late stage and final table play.

Tags

FullTilt hand history review Low stakes MTT

Comments (31)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the final part of seebergers MTT series.

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • antoniocalado

    #2

    nice video...thx m8..loved the coments. Good luck
  • baiao1234

    #3

    i liked very much your videos, changed my idea of betting, i was playing too bad, bad bets , so these videos helped me alot :D
  • mmmaaarrrccc

    #4

    Nice video, pretty sick hands too (QQ hand!)
  • AdamLaw33

    #5

    g1 thanks, have a goodie..
  • Tiltberger

    #6

    thanks guys! i know i ran pretty awesome!
  • TexasBluff24

    #7

    why do you calculate the equity you need? in the replayer it already says that you got 38,1% LOL
  • Ricardp

    #8

    Thanks for the videos
  • Tiltberger

    #9

    its for you to see how its gonna be calculated...
  • Lipsius06

    #10

    Lol, you're a Simpsons fan, Seebi! I noticed a Tingel-Tangel-Bob quote in the chat. So, both thumbs up! And nice vid by the way - like your previous ones. Help me to loosen up my prob. too tight play. So keep on doing them, please.
  • anDre86

    #11

    You calculated the equity with the wrong hand. its 85o and not 53o.
  • alexgoncer

    #12

    good video
  • BigAl123456

    #13

    How do I learn to run as good as u. :)... hopefully u will be makeing more?
  • Metallee

    #14

    Nice video again! I have a few questions:

    When you raised 98o because of the dead money you said that if the SS goes all in you would call. Isn't a better idea to push it all in or is it looks weaker than a raise?

    There was a hand after BB is knocked out when you raised with 29o. (19 min) It seemed to me very loose because there were two resteal stacks behind you.
  • Redakloren

    #15

    Shame on you :p too much sets up ^^
  • DanielK6670

    #16

    Love your video will be watching the rest you have made and will try to do some of your great ideas. Thanks
  • dariusgeorgel

    #17

    Very nice, thanks a lot
  • Aude10

    #18

    Hmmm not that good play.:-)
  • suvex

    #19

    Great video, I loved it! You made it look so easy ;) Thank you very much!
  • AdamLaw33

    #20

    Thanks , well played.. It's nice to see someone running as well as I do... :) -_- :)
  • BlackmanCR11

    #21

    man, you're way toooo lucky
  • pokerjan

    #22

    If a Range has 38% not every Hand in this Range has 38%,too.
  • nicopoker90

    #23

    Nice video ! Thanks!
  • Harnas31

    #24

    Congratulations ! Jeaah !
  • nipplee

    #25

    Congrats:) very nice video.
  • larsra

    #26

    Very nice video, thx :)
  • Se7eNz

    #27

    Lol not so hard to win when you have AA like 5 times (twice hit the set of Aces and once AA vs KK) and also KK maybe twice and QQ hold up vs 2 x AK. Also hit like 3-4 gutshot straights and a full house on the river with 33. Clearly he is a thinking player and a good player too but it's always much easier when you run that good and then you are 2:1 chip leader at final table. Anyway I am not intending to criticise but would rather see a slightly higher stakes tour where there are more decent players and where you are not so high in chips. For me it is much tougher to play when you are outside of top 1/3 of players - love the effort and the video to show the tourney though. Great job on that and please keep them coming!
  • EquityMe

    #28

    16:28 !! :D
  • vagabondy

    #29

    After watching these videos I went from consistently placing 100-200 place. I just places 29th just from your vids and this site in one night! Tanks so much.
  • madasa

    #30

    very good video. :)
  • bobi7ang

    #31

    nice and understandable video, thanks