WCOOP with chenny8888 - Part 5

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The fifth and final part of the WCOOP with chenny will conclude in this episode.

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hand history review series Session Review

Comments (11)

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  • EuanM

    #1

    The fifth part of the WCOOP with chenny8888 will continue the review series from where it left-off last time.

    We hope you enjoy the Video and leave feedback or comments for the coach!
  • zergling07

    #2

    u openraise from CutOff, SB (~60bb stack) flatcalls and BB (20bb stack) reshoves. then you overshove your 60bb stack with 77.
    dont you think the SB 20bb reshoving range is too strong for 77 to be +ev overshove?
  • chenny8888

    #3

    always need minute number i think, for reference it's at 28minutes and Gnostan was the caller in the SB. I don't think he's slowplaying QQ+ often enough for us to fold our hand here when we are doing quite well against BB's shoving range. He may slowplay hands like JJ or TT but those are folding to our reship anyway.
  • Targetme

    #4

    gnostan has a nice 150k score on sharkscope
  • nekrikstas

    #5

    yeah, but he's got it on this exact tournament
  • gromozeka82

    #6

    nice video ty
  • Deadbillis

    #7

    Hi Cheeny

    After watching these vids I entered the Stars Sunday Storm (via FPP Sat)
    Your vids helped me get into a great position! I need to look back over the Mid/Late phase as I think I tightened up way too much and soon found myself down to 8BB (Ended up pushing against AK with K6s!!)
    Finished ITM in 1135th out of 32,000.
    Thanks for some great coaching!
  • chenny8888

    #8

    @7: it sometimes happens just by being card dead, but yeah definitely helps to take full advantage of the good steal spots :). Unlucky and nice result all the same!
  • JohnJames97

    #9

    nice vid, ATo knockout hand imo, pot flop, shove turn,, especially considering your history,, also your hand is quite vulnerable. Just my 2cents worth.
  • chenny8888

    #10

    we want to play it how we played our bluff. i understand the vulnerability part, but generally in tournaments we size it smaller than in cash as it is, so our betsizing is already quite scary as it is. potting it just makes him fold too much IMO (although maybe not this guy, haha!)
  • navystars

    #11

    Great series just finished watching them all :)