Jonathan's Little Sunday Session - Part 1

  • MTT
  • MTT
  • $11
  • Fullring
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Jonathan kicks off a two part review of an MTT played by himself and finds spots for discussion. In this MTT, which is played every Sunday by Jonathan, there is a huge field of players which Jonathan tries his best to cut through.

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PokerStars series Session Review

Comments (12)

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  • rouchisimo

    #1

    Nice video!! Thanks
  • EuanM

    #2

    Enjoy the video folks!
  • deady

    #3

    pretty silent :(
  • haligh

    #4

    nice video...i somehow dont like the KT c-bet at the beginning wiht the 8 9 q board. dont you commit urself wiht that bet?
  • zitT

    #5

    lookin forward to be gold again,
  • bonebt

    #6

    at 37:00 u shove from BB vs BTN when he 3,5x (investing ~20% of his stack) saying u have plenty FEQ, what range do u think he is doing that?
  • bsekuh91

    #7

    the KQo shove from utg at 34:00 is perfectly fine
  • JonathanLittle

    #8

    I think with the KT if he checkpushes we can get away from it.

    With the QJ 37 minutes in, a lot of players raise the button with a super wide range. I also think the 10000 chip raise means he is just trying to steal the blinds compared to a more standard sized raise. Also, QJ does decently well when called.
  • zaboo

    #9

    9:00 isn't it too loose to ship 66 here without antes? I would 90% fold in this spot, but I think I probably play too tight in spots when the effective stack is around 25-35BB... What is the range you would resteal here "in vacuum"?

    13:20 it depends on limpers stats very much if it's loose or not, because u have CSI of little more than 6 and it's profitable to push KJo there without limper. Imo most of the time this spot is very profitable, because in low stake MTTs you will just pick up the pot so often
  • zaboo

    #10

    34:30 this KQo shove, it's OK according to the power index, especially taking into consideration that people tend to respect UTG pushes
    the T9o push is marginal according to the power index and it mostly depends on what kind of players you have behind, most of the time it's ok i think

    40:25 u got CSI of 5.5 , i think you should 100% push there (CSI=Harrington's M). Ofc you can get away on such flops, but on the other hand if u shove, these guys would probably fold
  • inlovewithamsterdam

    #11

    Hello
    Probably a very simple question, but in 32:55 (J8o) you say that for calling a shove for 8720, the pot being 15520, you need 36% equity to be break even.
    Could you please explain how you calculated that?

    Great video,
    Thanks
  • JonathanLittle

    #12

    I think pushing the 66 is fairly standard. Obviously I wish we had less chips but we dont get to pick our stack size. I would probably push something like AT+, 55+, KJ+, and some random suited connectors from time to time.

    I think the KJ push is perfectly fine. Howevewr, if you know the limper never limps, it could be an easy fold. Make a point to not go broke in this spot every time blindly.

    I think the KQ push is fine, but near the bottom of my pushing range.

    The 99 hand could be either a push or raise. I tend to prefer a raise when utg just in case the table goes nuts and they let me find a fold.

    With the J8, there is 15520 in the pot plus the 8720 ill be putting in, so we have 8720/24240 = .36