Side Stepping Variance

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
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Description

In his first video for PokerStrategy.com, Tim64 delivers a crisp little presentation / theory type video, focusing on how our variance is influenced as a Sit & Go player, relating to the format we choose to play.

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Comments (16)

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  • fruktpuff

    #1

    Great way of explaining your thoughts and breaking it down into different parts. Great first video.
  • acceleration123

    #2

    Very good video sir. Ty.
  • akrammon

    #3

    "going 45 degrees up" - I have to admit I was never good in geometry, but I have some doubts about that ;D

    just teasing you around Tim, very good video with very good explaining as usual! The people of this site would be lucky to have you as a vid producer!

    p.s. some feedback in your blog, sir
  • LgWz

    #4

    hey Tim!
  • MisClick

    #5

    I loved the video, very clear and well structured.
  • dydukas

    #6

    Could be 60 degrees up if you scale your graph correctly. :D
  • JustgAMblin

    #7

    Very very good and structured video!

    More vids from you please. :)
  • Antonioull

    #8

    Everytime i press play nthe video stops at 8 seconds ??
    And i cant see anything
  • furminator

    #9

    #8 I have the same :/
  • maritsula

    #10

    video works great. Nice production Tim, I hope you make some more
  • Schrader69

    #11

    8s 4 me
  • TWhelan

    #12

    Mine paused at 8s also, but I pressed pause and then play again and it carried on so try that.

    Anyway great video!
  • Barlin63

    #13

    Some trouble to get the vid started but then it run smoothly. Tim thanks for your explanation. Love the vid!
  • Barlin63

    #14

    Had some problem to get the video started but then it ran smoothly. Tim, thanks for the vid. Loved it!
  • m4nclad

    #15

    great video Tim
  • roopopper

    #16

    Great video Tim this makes a lot of sense to me, thankyou :-)