Faarout Scenarios - Late stage HU in FR & SH Sit & Goes - Part 1

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $105
  • Shorthanded
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In this new series by faarcyde, he will focus exclusively on the Heads-up stage of Shorthanded & Fullring Sit & Goes, to let us know how it's done.

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Comments (10)

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  • EuanM

    #1

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

    #2

    Noooo platinum, video is is suggested by three gold members and it's platinum :(
  • maxwi

    #3

    Looking forward to some more HU videos.
    This one is a great starter.
  • ghaleon

    #4

    About last hand. I have been using lately on these spot style to donk-3bet versus quite many players with draws and made hands. Especially when flop is like 993 and hero happen to have 9 most players wont believe you have anything and they will often bluff raise or float. Plus it allows to put good pressure with strong draws.
  • guzik710

    #5

    4 I like donkbet only versus somewhat compeent, manny week players do not realise u r reping weekness.
  • chaserr

    #6

    Nice vid faarcyde. First one I watched completely and I really enjoined.

    Making myself a 'simple' hu for the dutch community but thats only shove/callranges.

    Minr/call/limp donkbetting etc. postflopplay is just way harder and I love youre explanation =)
  • faarcyde

    #7

    @Ghaleon - Do you mean on the flop? That seems like a fine option to me, like quzik said it depends on the aggression level of villain because a lot of guys will never raise a hand even as strong as JT there..
  • EverSteel

    #8

    Hey faarcyde,

    a q from the Russian community:

    28:48 Hero-call. the opponent can often hold broadways (KQ, KJ w backdoors) that he didnt wanna fold on the flop and decided to float. Big riverbet polarises his range, I believe the river call is bad.

    -dubber
  • faarcyde

    #9

    @Eversteel: I don't understand your question exactly...if you think he can have broadway hands then why would it be a bad call with ace high?
  • EverSteel

    #10

    faarcyde,
    yeah sure I screwed it up, the guy said "the river call seems not bad". I guess he's not sure why you hesitate in this spot that much, sth like that