Sunday Million Review - Part 2

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In his new miniseries Jonathan Little reviews the play of a pokerstrategist on the famous Sunday Million.


PokerStars Sunday Million Review User Session Review

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  • Pascal


    Enjoy and please keep comments in English!
  • GutsForSale


    20:45 - no way he has garbage hand in this spot! he raises 4bb's and most of the time it means he will have pretty strong range. ALso any ace who is calling us will be slightly ahead. So I dont see any reasons to shove there without any fold equity. Isn't its better to shove first in with fold equity? Pretty sure it is)))
  • Pira0


    im also think it´s a better move to fold the kjss in that spot
  • JonathanLittle


    While it is better to wait for a spot where you have a lot of fold equity, assuming your opponent has a decently wide range, you can get it in here. Obviously it is tough to say whether or not Gary has a loose range here but I think it is close. When you are playing big mtts, you goal needs to be to win, not move up a little big in the payouts, which I think makes gambling here probably the best play.
  • rlyBorderline


  • Kariyou77


    I actually have no clue why I didn't raise A9 and K9 for example...

    I haven't played so many MTT's actually, just played MTT's a couple of months as my standard game. So I think I need a whole bunch of tourneys to get better experience.

    Thank you for making this videos, I learn a lot from them, at least I hope so ;)
  • Kariyou77


    About the overpushing post flop:

    It ofc depends on the opponent but I've had really good results by overpushing flopps like that, many players I've met go broke with second pair and some even with OESD there.

    Maybe I missread my opponent completely or maybe he had total air and would have called with a pretty trashy hand that hit some part of the board.

    As I said, I've had really nice result with playing pretty LAG and overpush the board sometimes
  • guzik710


    I very like your knowlageable comentary and staksize dependent strategys. I disagry partly abaut spots like pushing 77 for 18bb versus 2 aggresive and 2 passive guyes{ your PCA example}, because we get repushed by overcards mostly, which which we prefer to fold and we do not play to well postflop versus passive guyes.
  • JonathanLittle


    quzik, when you get pushed on by aggressive players, you can happily call off because they will often be dominated. Against nits, you can fold because you are either flipping or way behind. Basically, you are assuming the mnaniacs will push too often and the nits wont push often enough.
  • Sixt00


    @min 13.26 the hand with QJs in my opinion is a pretty clear open shove instead of open raise call ether one of those 4 short stacks.If he had the intention of folding to cutoff or big blind's shove i would think it's a leak.