Beating The 18 Man SNG

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $16
  • Fullring
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Collin takes us through an 18 man Sit & Go played by himself and offers explanations for his plays made for the purpose of discussion and improvement! Stay tuned for more quality content from Collin Moshman!

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Comments (24)

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  • EuanM

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from Mr. Moshman on how to beat the 18-Man SNG!

    We look forward to your feedback and hearing your thoughts!
  • madein1984

    #2

    07:00 mafiagozer is a reg, plays pretty much so I guess hero knows that. I'm pretty sure he gets it in with any Ace there, so fold is a bad option.
    34:11 would you consider minraising here? it makes it tough for BU and also AB to get it in because the BB could isoshove and we would still have the opportunity to fold and hope that the BB holds. That might increase the FE.

    Nice vid. what's hero's SN?
  • dydukas

    #3

    What's average duration and sustainalbe ROI of those?

    As always excellent video from Moshman btw. More more more
  • CollinMoshman

    #4

    Madein, I agree with you about 07:00, and believe I said in the vid that I'd get it in there vs a reg. And minraising at 34:11 is a fine alternative :) As for Hero, he asked for the SN to be kept anonymous.

    Thanks for the feedback.
  • CollinMoshman

    #5

    Dydukas, ROI depends a lot on buyin but 8-10% is solid at the lower-stakes. Glad you enjoyed the vid!
  • fegee

    #6

    very good =D
  • nekrikstas

    #7

    at last something on 18-mans! loved it.
  • CollinMoshman

    #8

    Thanks fegee and nekrikstas, glad you guys liked the vid + 18-man content.
  • ChrizJay

    #9

    moar mtsng please, great work as usual mr moshman
  • jasonforan

    #10

    nice work collin, Great to see some 18m videos:)
  • pedro76pt

    #11

    Really nice ... i see a couple more of MR/f situations :)

    For when a book, as good as the STT one, but about Sit&Go MTT´s (45-180man)? I think there´s something missing between your STT book and Kill Everyone ...
  • CollinMoshman

    #12

    Thanks ChrizJay, Jasonforan, and Pedro76pt, very much appreciate the feedback and nice words.

    Phil Shaw has a book that discusses 45man/180man and MTT books like Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time should also be helpful. An MTTSNG-only book though is definitely a good idea!
  • elwakka

    #13

    liked the vid

    really nice explaining of the ranges and no unnecessary takling for 5mins about 1 decsicion!

    pls more content on higher mtt-sngs :)
  • CollinMoshman

    #14

    Thanks elwakka, glad you like the faster pace I try to keep in vids when it's not a crucial discussion. I'll definitely be making more MTTSNG videos soon :)
  • KratosShepard

    #15

    Very good work, Mr.Moshman. Looking forward to seeing more MTT-SNG videos from u!
  • Venezuelamor

    #16

    Thk you so much. I did enjoy your book about single table tournaments, and listening to you at the table is very pleasant.
    All explainations are very clear.
  • CollinMoshman

    #17

    Thanks KratosShepard and Venezuelamor, appreciate that.
  • latenTThreat

    #18

    Hero nickname is Sooo Tilted, right? =)
    In any case hero noob xDD
  • melanoleuca

    #19

    good vedio, i have a question.
    some reg will push any suited hand on sb , or on hu within 10bb. and holdem resource also say most suited hand is a push on sb.
    what is your opinion, i sometimes thing it might be too loose to push any suited hand.
  • bujaek

    #20

    very good video , I like the way you comment the situations, hope to see more soon.
  • Kornone

    #21

    Very instructional video. Please make some more 18man videos.
  • Bzzz2906

    #22

    pretty cool 3-bet shove 50bb.
  • youidiot

    #23

    Love you're stuff Colin.Why is there less importance to preserving your stack early in 18 man's compared to 9 man's?
  • DrPepper

    #24

    Great video as usual. I think Hero has quite a few leaks but especially becasue of that, the hand histories are a good choice. I'm looking forward to more vids.