A Little Help - Part 6

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Jonathan and Byron present the sixth and final instalment of their joint session. Byron will progress further in the tournament as Jonathan keeps adding his comments on the mindset behind Byron's actions.


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  • EuanM


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


    08:20 Insta call
  • pokerjan


    24:18 left is 0.85 i guess
  • Zurat


    Great Video. I liked the format.
    Thank you both.
  • pokerjan


    Ty for this Vids
  • kaaput


    great as usual!
  • datawave


    I like the format a lot! Thanks guys.
  • Antonioull


    Yes good format nice one
  • UltimateBlue


    Good content, easy to understand and fun to watch
  • JonathanLittle


    Im glad everyone likes the format. :-)
  • NatRPheM


    I have never EVER seen such weak/passive/horrible final table. It boggles the mind, really. The head up just really was the icing on the cake, I wish all my final tables was that incompetent. I am shocked.
  • JonathanLittle


    Quite often in small stake online mtts, players are really bad. For this reason alone, I suggest basically everyone play the $11 mtt on stars on Sunday even if you dont normally play mtts.
  • Wirsiing


    Great Video !
  • alindobre


    I think the math is a little off :) but good explanations on the side.
  • Flashman1849


    I've only just watched this series, but thoroughly enjoyed the format - two perspectives are better than one - and learned a great deal. Thanks, Byron and Jonathan - more of the same, please!
  • pblankfield


    V good videos, Byron plays MILES ahead of most of his competition and his win is 100% deserved here.

    Some (constructive) criticism:

    * One downside of this format is that double commentary slows down the flow. But it's still a good experience for someone who has 4 free hrs.

    *I also think you shouldn't do the little equations over and over again. Once per vid is OK, for edu purposes. Every five minutes gets just plain boring after a while. If you really want to show numbers just pause your recording, do the math and present your results.