Normal Speed SNG Sessionreview - Part 2

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In his new video lessthanthreee reviews a session he played on the regular speed SNGs on fulltilt. He will focus on the differences between normals and turbos and the adjustments you should make for the more deepstacked play.


FullTilt Normal Speed SNG Sessionreview Session Review

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  • Pascal


    Enjoy the new video by lessthanthreee!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • DaMas187


    3:40 Top right KQo is definitely a push. Nuff said.
  • VicoII


    32:55 A6- what do you think about raise and calling only button's reshove?
  • lessthanthreee



    BTN call 6%
    SB call 15%
    BB call 12%

    its a AJs+ 88+ spot
    Nuff said.


    you cant really balance a small raise with 8bb effective stacks. you should be shoving your entire range in this spot. maybe if the SB/BB were real NITS and unknowns you could get away with it, but its not something I would recommend.
  • DaMas187



    you can often find ranges, which make a +ev push -ev... i think these ranges are way too loose. its actually a lot closer than i thought, but its still a push imo.

    (i'm sry for the "nuff said", i was tilting because of a bad session)
  • lessthanthreee



    thats ok. id be interested in what range you give these players to make this +EV. we dont want to take any negative edge in this spot with this stack. even if i give all 3 players tight call ranges.
    5%,8%,8% its still -0.2 .

    If this is your standard push, id say you just found a leak.

  • marcusfux


    Thought about the 83o hand in den SB against the Shortstack in the BB. Why don`t you think about folding?

    The hand is in my opinion toom weak, to play, and folding won`t hurt you. you still be 2nd Stack with 2.820 and the shorty will have only 1.110 after that hand, and is still the favourite to get bubble boy. But if u loose the 710 more, you get yourself into an Shortstack Position. I know that the math odds allow you to play any2 against him, but with the tounament situation in mind, I really tend to fold there.

    So why dont you just fold and wait for a better holding than 83o?
  • lessthanthreee



    this player has been so tight, its +$EV to shove ATC (or to limp'n'go). when you fold to your direct opponent on the bubble you are directly giving your equity to him. he is never calling me often enough to make this a bad push.

    Here is the nash equilibrium for this hand.

    SB 84.6%, 22+ Tx+ 92s+ 93o+ 82s+ 84o+ 73s+ 75o+ 63s+ 65o 53s+
    BB 96.4%, 22+ 8x+ 72s+ 73o+ 62s+ 63o+ 5x+ 42s+ 43o 32s

    The BB is not calling 96% of hands, so I can easily shove ATC. This would be a close fold against a regular playing perfect nash, but not against this tight fish.

    The ICM model takes into account your position and equity in the tournament as well as the odds. By folding in this spot you are losing money in the long run.
  • smokinnurse


    many interesting lines
  • ghaleon


    42:30 Real bet size tell with 24o. Raise to 2424! Villain might take a read :)