Beating Tougher Games - Part 2

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Games were getting tougher over the last few years. So chenny8888 goes down to $16 SnG's and shown how to beat the games of today and exploit weak regulars.


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  • streamer74


    great video chenny! thanks alot
  • Safemonk


    another nice video chenny!!! :)
  • Matysek87


    AKo at 21:00, would you play it same way r/c even if you won´t have him covered? let´s say with oposite stacks
  • Matysek87


    hand was at 20:00
  • dydukas


    Really good. I wished for some more details in some spots but I guess the time is limited and it's silver so ok.
  • LX4DR


    good 1...
  • Leviatan


    what about calling Eljuni at 10:15? u are both deep and u are bb... he didn't bet that much...
  • Gavron23


    11:35 bottom left - what about a cbet on the flop?
  • vengeance77


    Helo chenny, very usfull video go a head!!!
  • chenny8888


    @3/4: I won't find too many spots to raise/fold AKo against Eljuni. He's quite aggressive so I would openpush if ICM tax was a big issue.

    @7: his range I feel is too wide to setmine profitably against. So I don't like it. I don't mind defending some pocketpairs that have inherent value though like 66. Although these higher pocketpairs we can just ship outright.

    @8: it's a fine play however if you look at our stacksize it's kinda awkward to expend so many chips with the explicit purpose of finding out where we're at. What i mean by this is that when we bet this flop with AQ or AK high we are never folding out a pair/better hand nor are we often getting a worse hand to call. Consequently we are more or less betting for information or to make it tougher villain from bluffing us out. This isn't necessarily bad but it costs a lot in this spot. So I like potcontrolling our marginal showdown value hand more.
  • TheGreatRus


    29 minutes, you have seven jack suited and you play limp push. This is not the best game because you almost never be in front of an opponent of the spectrum and you have no fold equity.
  • chenny8888


    @11 how do you conclude no fold equity? i feel we have plenty and our hand does fine vs his range when called anyway.
  • TheGreatRus


    He almost never raise a hand worse than yours. Even if it raises 50% of the diapason, and he will call for only 25%, it will be near-zero push for SnG Wizard. In addition, the opponent has a very small stack to loosely call. In my opinion better to play here raise fold or limp call and see the flop.