Beating the 45 mans - Mid Stages

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $11 - $16
  • Shorthanded
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Collin continues his mini-series on how to beat the 45-man Sit & Go, with the second part moving into the mid stages of the tournament.


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Comments (16)

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  • EuanM


    Enjoy the mid-stages with Collin - please leave any questions you may have about the plays made, for the coach to answer.
  • deckner


    Second video in English I really enjoyed! :-) Thanks again from Munich. Just one question though: The first hand with 88: I just can't see myself calling with 98s as you stated one should. Could you share your thought on that one yet again? I mean is villain gonna shove it that loose?? That would be gr8, thanks in advance
  • CollinMoshman


    #2 Deckner: We can be behind his range (i.e. have less than 50% equity) and still have a profitable call given the overlay. With an M under 2.5, I'd accept a chip-neutral gamble rather than get entirely blinded out. Here we're getting about 3:2 so chip-neutral is around 40% equity, which (by Equilab) requires him to be shoving at least 33% or so for us to have a neutral or better call with 98s. You might want to check out my video on all-in calling, or Pzhon has an excellent one as well. Glad you enjoyed the video!
  • pedro76pt


    Great, great video ... hope you continue this type of videos with 180´s man too.
  • deckner


    Thanks a lot for the answer, well appreciated!
  • LetsGambleBaby


    great video thanks for that, i just heart that i have to push much more looser than i do, when there are antes in the game. hope to see the next one, soon :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #4 Pedro76pt: Thanks! And I'll definitely have further 180-man content in the future.

    #5 Deckner: No problem :)

    #6 LetsGambleBaby: Yes ranges can be surprisingly wide sometimes ... glad you enjoyed the video.
  • Agosfc


    Lol, I never shoved with 96s but now I will do that. Thanks, nice vid.
  • CollinMoshman


    #8 Agosfc: Thanks. For sure a big part of turbo MTTSNGs is shoving really wide.
  • madein1984


    hi! 1:58 what's your shoving range there? something like A8o, Axs, 22+, KQ, KJs, QJs?
  • madein1984


    with raise/calling some of the premium hands I guess. Do you have a raise/folding range there too to balance your nuts?
  • CollinMoshman


    #10/#11 Madein1984: That range looks about right, but depending on the remaining players to act, I would raise small there rather than open-shove.
  • HDecstasy


    6:36 is it shove JTs there because we have ante adjusted like less than 7BB stak ?
  • Laci24


    Thx for the video!
  • karotopoker


    Hey Colin,

    Disagree with the BVB ATo hand.
    We are most likely down to the final two tables here. IF and its a big IF villain is shoving ATC here then AT is a call, it is however the bottom of the NASH range. A5 off is definately not in that range as you said it was.
    But lets not assume villain is shoving ATC. He is probably shoving closer to 70%. IN that case ATo is a clear fold.
    I agree with hero in this situation.
    ICM wise it is a pretty clear fold IMHO.

  • karotopoker


    sorry , time in videos is 7:40 approx for above comment.