Hyper LAG style in SNGs

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In his new video Collin explores the hyperagressive style in SNGs. The topics covered will include LAG approach, postflop agression and stickiness and exploiting risk aversion near the bubble.

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Comments (21)

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy the new video by Collin!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • weasy

    #2

    Hello, the headline is wrong.

    MfG weasy
  • gizzetti

    #3

    im mind no 90 just 9 ppl sng
  • gizzetti

    #4

    mnan how make call with 10 high its monstr :DDD
  • Kasperkopf

    #5

    nice vid, need more
  • HeadsUp88

    #6

    where is the lag play???
  • nekrikstas

    #7

    maybe 4 minutes is not enough ;-)
  • Puscherbilbo

    #8

    Personally i would rly like to know the site Hero is playing on. Does not look like on of the major sites but since it is 55+...
    Nothing wrong with a Lag-style if you have decent postflopskills.
    You already pointed out some of his "debatable" plays but you kind of ignore just how much -EV those plays are. While the general read in the T7o hand is correct, the consequence does not necessarily mean we can bluff here randomly. If he calls too loose we should vbet lighter instead.
    It also appears that he is basically cbetting 100% HU which may be a mistake too although it worked quite nicely in this vid. I mean Hero is basically crushing table#1 anyway with his minraises so there is just no need to get crazy.
    The A6o call is also pretty optimistic. Since villain obv is capable of multibarreling air we are always in a tough spot on T+R if we not hit trips..
  • JayGatsby

    #9

    "The A6o call is also pretty optimistic. Since villain obv is capable of multibarreling air we are always in a tough spot on T+R if we not hit trips.."

    agree...

    very inspiring video overall!

    I would love to see a video in which you delve deeper into certain topics (like minraising instead of pushing with 10bb), and in general if you rather investigate specific topics instead of reviewing complete HHs (although your selection is very nice).

    cheers

    Jay
  • JayGatsby

    #10

    btw in the A6 hand I meant if we have Ahigh especially since Colin said we should definitely call with Ahigh on the flop against this maniac.

    I dont know if this is a good idea if we expect Villain to multibarrel so often.
  • CollinMoshman

    #11

    JayGatsby, Thanks very much for the feedback, much appreciated. And could you tell me please what time in the video is the hand you're referencing?

    Oh and same question to you Puscherbilbo. In terms of quantifying the EV of different plays such as opening junk in the hijack, that requires a lot of assumptions and could be the topic of its own more theoretical video.
  • CollinMoshman

    #12

    Headsup888, If this style isn't LAG to you, then you must be a real beast at the tables :D
  • JayGatsby

    #13

    Hey Colin I got you wrong, you said we should call with top-pair, on basically all turncards against this maniac.

    I agree with that. I thought you said, we should call a bet on the flop, no matter what the flop ;)

    Hand starts min. 4:15
  • CollinMoshman

    #14

    Yes I 100% agree with you -- no point in floating against a player who will routinely fire the whole way, gotta make a hand and call him down!
  • kurrkabin

    #15

    AJs 41:01 I cbet/call this 888 rigged flop vs this oppo. He is a lag reg, he re-steals any pair, probably any ace as well with <20bb eff. He is probably on some mid high connector like T9o or q7o or something similar imo. He showed tendencies to bluff. Not that I like his flat OOP for 16bb eff. Once we check behind, we practically say we have SD value, we took the same line with the A6o hand as well. So, he is unlikely to try to bluff us off as he knows we are calling probably any turn w our Ax-Qx.


    Nice topic of the video! Great job, Collin!
  • madein1984

    #16

    21:00 I think you should probably discount at least KK+ from villains range... that improves our equity from 45,18% to 46,51%. That would make the call BE without ICM, so still a bad call unless you discount a lot more like AJ+, TT+...is that common amongst some regs at these stakes?
  • CollinMoshman

    #17

    Kurrkabin, Nice analysis for cbet/call the 888 flop, I agree that would've been a very solid line. And very glad you enjoyed the video!

    Madein, That's also a very good point -- while I'd still fold the A8o, he's probably raise/calling at least KK+ which makes it closer. If we see in future spots where this player overbet shoves that he never shows up with a top 5% hand (as he's always raise/calling those), we can definitely widen our calling range in similar spots.
  • jimmy99x

    #18

    I dont like hyper games .
  • lessthanthreee

    #19

    tried to keep an open mind, but a lot of this is just wrong IMO.

    just as an example;
    min 3betting 23o oop giving our opponent 4:1 IP is just horrible. not only does he have direct and implied odds to outdraw hero when he actually has AA, if hero is capable of 3betting air (which he clearly is) its so easy to call the 3bet IP with ATC getting insane odds see a flop and let him spew.

    thankfully collin pointed out some of hero's blatant errors. some of the points were very good, like the discussion about raising small vs open shipping for 10bbs.

    Overall, im not a fan of this style and I hope to see laggy spewtard regs donating in my games. haha.
  • mariannapoker

    #20

    Collin, is this your student? I think i know this "guy" 8) - he is playing 30+60fr with ROI 8%+. Mb im wrong
  • noobandy

    #21

    Well played.But I think his opponets needs some more 3bets against him. They do have a lot of fold equity.