MSS Winner - Part 2

  • NL MSS
  • NL MSS
  • $5
  • Fullring
(16 Votes) 8181

Description

MSS Winner shows you how to successfully play MSS. Part 2 focuses on preflop fundamentals.

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mss winner series

Comments (16)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the video and please keep the comments in English!
  • DYSKO777

    #2

    Beautifully presented.I believe your attention to detail and discipline is so important specially in online poker where it is so much easier to start playing too many hands.
    By emphasising everything very clearly you get the points across.
  • kingkong2

    #3

    well done great video
  • JHTAN

    #4

    why not using HUD? I hope you use it for your next videos.
  • AcesBreaker

    #5

    I dont undertstand few things.
    why you buy in to rush table for 4$ and for standart table only for 3,5$ ?
    Im watching it and it is reeeeallly tight play :( Only for beginners. Without post flop skills
  • AcesBreaker

    #6

    31:50 : What is different between 66 and 88 on TL table ? I think that you have to fold boath on 3 bet.... thats little bit sick
  • Pascal

    #7

    @AcesBreaker

    he buys in with the least amount possible both times

    yeah you are right the video is for beginners

    of course playing against a raise you play pretty similar, nevertheless you have to do a cut at some point in order not to get to loose and if he calls your equity is way better
  • BadeaCelRau

    #8

    Hi!
    So out of position with a good hand is it best to check/call when a flush draw completes? How much can we call and is this the standard/best EV play?
    If our hand doesn't improve by river how would you play?
    Thanks for the video!
  • Pascal

    #9

    Hi,

    could you give the timecode for the situation?
    Thanks
  • mrbeast87

    #10

    Hey, I got 2 questions:

    1. In the video (I can't find the timecode), you say as there are 7 active players (including you) you can keep playing at that table. But in the guide, it says that there should be 7 other players (8 including you). Which one is correct?

    2. In the last hand of the video, even though the table was very drawy, according to the chart you should had bet/raise since trips is considered a monster hand, I'm I right?

    Thanks for the great video! :)
  • mrbeast87

    #11

    does anyone read this anyway?
  • Pascal

    #12

    Hi mrbeast87,

    sorry you had to wait so long
    1)you are right about that point
    there are some occasions when you should stay but especially for a beginner 7+you is right
    2) you are right c/c is not a chart option, however charts are always limited cause you can't include every possible situation

    Cheers,

    Pascal
  • p0rkus

    #13

    Regarding all the questions about deviations from the chart -

    Subar: I made a couple of mistakes when trying to follow the charts, it was hard to get used to playing so tight as it isn't my style.

    As a beginner you should stick to the charts. When you improve you will know when and why you can deviate from the beginner strategy.
  • winfranzi

    #14

    To keep 2 interesting Potcontrol-Situations in my mind: They are at 24:15 and 3545
  • winfranzi

    #15

    ... 35:45
  • roqallo

    #16

    ;] hello in last hand what bet size you will fold ????

    #12
    2) is set of K is not became "trash" hand on hhh board ???
    so you should play C/F not B/R