Multi Table Sit and Goes: Middle Phase - Part 2

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  • Fullring
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Description

The second part from Katie will focus on 45 to 180 man multi-table Sit & Goes at the mid-level where the bubble play usually becomes the deciding factor in the tournament.

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hand history review ICM MTSNG PokerStars push or fold series Session Review

Comments (22)

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  • EuanM

    #1

    Enjoy the second part of Multi-table Sit & Goes with Katie where general strategies will be discussed for mid-level and bubble-play

    Please do leave your thoughts & Feedback about the Video!
  • Hatched

    #3

    First
  • LX4DR

    #4

    good 4min
  • Bartmannn

    #5

    Great Vid again, but what took you so long? Stuck in traffic?! ;)
    Looking forward to the "bubble video". Hope its coming sooner ^^
  • kiromanAAKK

    #6

    Ehi, it isn't fair I cannot watch :(
  • SMler1

    #7

    Great job, katie. Please more videos.
    STT shorthanded and fullring too,pl.
    You are much better than most of the other coaches.
  • Konzbi

    #8

    34:11 that flating option, isnt it making a though spot when You make oportunity for sameone to squeez or also call and force us to play oop (in a sandwitch :P ) ?
  • CollinMoshman

    #9

    Great vid!
  • vika6292

    #10

    Good!
  • FlipFlop123

    #11

    Great video Katie,liked it very much.More videos of this kind pls ^^
  • Beave

    #12

    Great video. Clear reasoning and easy listening to. Hope to see more. I hope the next videos remain silver level.
  • KatieDozier314

    #13

    #8, Konzbi: While flatting isn't perfect, it's often the best option facing a preflop raise when we're ahead of the opener's range, but will tend to fold out worse hands and mainly get action from better hands if we 3bet. :)
  • KatieDozier314

    #14

    LX4DR, Bartmannn,SMler1, CollinMoshman,vika6292, FlipFlop123, Beave: Thanks so much for your kind words :)
  • Tim64

    #15

    16:15 82o vs BU limp. a.) This guy is 25/0 after 12 hands. b.) He is the same guy who limped AJ utg 2 hands prev. Therefore: his BU limping range is most certainly not weak. The fact that we've just seen the AJ hand should be the most important fact in our analysis and isn't mentioned. Vs this guy the shoving range suggested is imo way too loose.
  • Tim64

    #16

    20:00 KQo. It's the same guy. Generalising for HBLs is pretty dangerous. Our light shoves rely on Feq. Therefore, we have to know the guy can fold some hands. If we don't know that, we have to more circumspect in constructing our range.
  • Tim64

    #17

    33:30 Great advice about forming a plan about what we will do if reraised, before raising the hand. As you say, it makes life a lot easier.
  • KatieDozier314

    #18

    Tim64,
    16:15 I agree that saying he’s “almost always” weak is an overstatement. With that said there’s a big difference between an EP open-limp and a button open-limp; he’s often weak, and the folds we get for a large pot won uncontested combined with our equity against his calling range make this a spot we can still shove pretty wide. Similar comment at 20:00; it’s difficult to translate a 12-hand sample into open and call ranges, and tightening some from the range I gave is definitely reasonable. But I would definitely shove the KQ.
    33:30 Thanks, and I appreciate your feedback! :)
  • kiromanAAKK

    #19

    Ehi Katie, token the silver status to watch this video ;D

    gread vid btw ...

    just one thing, what is the last stats u using (I struggle to understand due my poor English sorry)

    TY :)
  • KatieDozier314

    #20

    @KirmanAAKK : thanks for your nice comments! :) The last stat is raise 1st in the SB%
  • Miloszpoker2

    #21

    Good vid, but I'd more like to see some games on 13 or less bb :)
  • Laci24

    #22

    Nice vid!
  • Barlin63

    #23

    a breath of fresh air!!