180-Man $3 Rebuy Final Table

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  • $3.40
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Collin Moshman brings us a review of a 180man sit & go final table where he discusses various topics which typically come up when playing a final table of a 180man sit & go.


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  • fitzinator18


    The latest from Collin Moshman as he reviews a 180man sit & go final table.

    As always please leave suggestions, feedback and any questions you may have for Collin in the comments section below. Enjoy!
  • gothisteam


    As always, very nice video.
    Love the consistent way of describing different situations and also formats, I can learn very much from it.

    Would be nice to see a 6max-Video of you soon! ;)
  • bashpepe89


    great video, thanks a lot
  • Lamapalooza


    Once again you deliver! Thanks for the effort.
  • ghaleon


    2:20 33: How would you handle this flop spot with 44? Cbet-call versus short stack and soulread if CO call, I assume :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #2 Gothisteam: Thanks! I don't play very much 6max, although I do have the 6max hyper MTT video out now too.

    #3 Bashpepe89: Really glad to hear that, thanks for the nice words.

    #4 Lamapalooza: Thanks, really appreciate that!

    #5 Ghaleon: Good question. If the short stack shoved I'd make a crying call. If CO stayed in the hand I'd normally just give up unimproved, although if he checked back turn I'd fire some rivers like 4straights and 4 flushes.
  • ghaleon


    31:00 J9o: Check-fold is default play versus good reg. We have such hard time to rep anything. We are 3bet shoving pockets usually preflop and do we have Ax in our flatting range. Probably not often at all.
  • Mijuk


    A question about SNGs in general: I've heard that players often play SNGs to build their bankrolls. Are they easier or faster way to build it than grinding micro stakes cash games?
  • KatieDozier314


    #7 Ghaleon: I normally c/f there but don't think making a play would be too crazy, at 20bb effective I wouldn't always 3bet shove AX, and a lot of regs will be suspicious but fold anyway rather than commit most of their stack to find out.
  • CollinMoshman


    Whoops, it was me (Collin) making the previous comment, hadn't realized Katie was logged in on this machine :)

    #8 Mijuk: I don't think one or the other is necessarily better to create a bankroll. I do think though a beginner would have an easier time learning a mechanical strategy to (slightly) beat micro SNGs relative to cash.
  • Targetme


    Just shoving the second 33 is more standard
  • Targetme


    I mean opening is just encouraging bad players to call and make marginal spots for us many who have position.
  • CollinMoshman


    #11 Targetme: Yes, I definitely agree that shoving is a good alternative.
  • Fistaszek8


    5:00 a4, you said that if co fold you raise, why not show?, and how much bb you must have that you do instatnt show in this spot?
    28:40 a8, you dont think so that raise on 12,5bb loks more strong that push?
  • CollinMoshman


    #14 Fistazek8: Shoving 16-17bb with A4 with a shorter stack still in is pretty marginal, I prefer r/f'ing against most players in the blinds. For the A8, I don't openshove much with a 13bb stack HU. I have a lot of hands I'd r/c like the A8, and a lot of hands I'd r/f like K2o.
  • Agosfc


    Thank you Collin.
  • gondolieri


    94s pretty ez openshove at the end of the vid
    +dislike 98o very much most regs dont r/f that stacksize
  • CollinMoshman


    #16 Agosfc: You're very welcome.

    #17 Gondolieri: 94s is Nash shove up to 6.9bb, so I wouldn't label it an easy openshove for ~ 10bb. As for the 98o, I don't think he's inducing with his entire minraise range, but I definitely agree it was a marginal 3bet shove on my part.
  • LetsGambleBaby


    nice video!!!

    thanks for that!
  • CollinMoshman


    #20 LetsGambleBaby: Thanks!
  • Barlin63


    learned a lot. Thanks again..
  • AConnor


    Great video Collin, I was wondering if you might have some solid pointers for early and mid stages of a 3$ 180 players rebuy. thx and good luck
  • iNspiRe


    Hello there, Collin! Awesome video, as always. Here are some questions from russian community.

    In the very last hand of the second tourney, was it reasonable for TurboStack to push J5s since he lost advantage of the position and still had deep enough stack to continue? Due to PokerStove calculations J5s has only 50% equity against random hand and considering you had a better stack and had to play lots of hands, which you did, he should've realize that he only has 50% to win with his hand. Was it correct to push for him?

    1:40 you opened 33 and got two calls, then you made small contbet with bottom set on flop for balancing reasons and both of them folded. You also assumed they both have wide ranges. What would be your next steps, if you got a call and a flush draw on the turn completed? And if you got two calls?
  • AndreasCapuerde


    great video! thank you sir!