$55 FR SNG Hand History Review

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  • Fullring
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In his new video lessthanthreee reviews a $55 regular speed SNG he played on fulltilt. He will focus on the differences between a normal speed and a turbo tournament.

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FullTilt hand history review

Comments (7)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the new video by lessthanthreee!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • Aist84

    #2

    Больше всего мне нравится смотреть ВОДы этого игрока, а потом играть против него же)))))
  • maniac

    #3

    hi,

    great job for figuring out the differences. Would have been great if you could add some more bubble r/c and resteals spots in your next video please. I think there quite interesting for post and preflop reasons.

    greez
  • Tim64

    #4

    Great video!
    49:50 you said the 3h was a good card to barrel. Can you expand? Normally we would think the board pairing is a bad spot to continue since villain has already shown he has something and should not be in a hurry to fold when the bd texture hasnt changed. So are you saying its a good spot to barrel precisely because we should know its a "bad spot to bluff"?
  • lessthanthreee

    #5

    @Tim64,

    exactly. against a fish i would never barrel this card. but against a 'reggy' type player I think its a decent spot because he knows that I know hes calling brick turns. A lot of regs in STTs will float a ton of flops in limp/stabs then fold to the turn 2b because of how short the eff stacks are. I expect him to raise all made hands on this drawy board, so his range is always a float or a draw, both of which are usually folding this turn IMO.
  • lessthanthreee

    #6

    ^^ obviously after seeing results of this spot I would change my perception of this player. But i think most regs are floating wide enough and folding turn often enough to make it a profitable bet. a strong 4 is really the only combo that might call the turn 2b. Its a tough spot. depends a lot on the dynamic you have with the BB. readless id just give up on turn.
  • Gixeer75

    #7

    Nice video ... thx