Leakfinder - 18-Man With Nash Ranges

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Collin Reviews a $7 18man played by a pokerstrategy member.

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18 man 18man 3bet Call Equilibrium ICM PokerStars Ranges shove

Comments (26)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    The latest from Collin Moshman, enjoy!

    Please leave feedback in the comments section below, Collin will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
  • madein1984

    #2

    04:45 the SB seemed really loose earlier in the game, this is something hero should have been observing since he was involved in a few hands with him. This makes the fold really bad imo. I actually had that thought before seeing Q6s :)
  • madein1984

    #3

    great vid Collin!
  • Maniac81

    #4

    nice vid. I have a question. At what stackdepth do yiu start shoving your entire range ff you have tight 3betters at the table. In the video you sais that in many situation you can exploit these players by minraising instead of shoving. But at some point i guess you have to start shoving against them too.
  • ThreeFour34

    #5

    What software is used at the beginining? IS that just analyzing tool, after the game or it can be used in the game? Sory for my ultra beginner Q.
  • ghaleon

    #6

    Do you recommend to analyze 18mans purely from cEV perspective in general when outside of final table?
  • CollinMoshman

    #7

    #2 Madein: Very good point, and glad you enjoyed the video!

    #4 Maniac81: Thanks. As for when to start shoving, pre-ante I would just shove/fold with a 6bb stack. With 7-9bb I'm normally shove/folding, but would sometimes minraise against tight 3bettors. Anything above 10bb and I'm usually minraising but still shove/fold sometimes, particularly from the SB.
  • CollinMoshman

    #8

    #5 ThreeFour34: HoldemResources downloadable calculator, more details given in my blog posted in the Pokerstrategy forums :) Post-game analysis only.
  • CollinMoshman

    #9

    #6 Ghaleon: Good question. Yes, I believe cEV to be the best option for first table analysis.
  • doomsd

    #10

    hey can you maybe do some video for satellites when reward is flat
  • doomsd

    #11

    also some rebuys with tips when to use addon
  • CollinMoshman

    #12

    #10/#11 Doomsd: Sure, I'll do my best to add both types of videos in the near future.
  • renempaz

    #13

    At 15:30 with KJo, if big blind had a stack of 2k-3k, I was definetely going to shove here, right?

    But big blind has a 6k stack, guess shove wouldn't be too good here, but isn't fold too weak?

    If best option is just raise, how much? If limper calls, probably we're going all-in vs. him in almost any flop, correct?

    And if small blind shoves after our raise? Should we call?
  • CollinMoshman

    #14

    #13 Renempaz: Sorry for going past that particular spot quickly in the video. Yes it'd be a fine shove if we weren't so deep with the BB; given that we are that deep, both a smallish raise to 550 (with the plan of making an odds call facing a shove from SB or initial limper) or folding are reasonable. If we make it 550 and the initial limper flats, then we could just shove most flops if he checked to us, but could also sometimes cbet small and fold to a check/shove on flops like A93.
  • voidmind

    #15

    Nice video.
  • CollinMoshman

    #16

    #15 Voidmind: Thanks.
  • renempaz

    #17

    Thanks CollinMoshman, really appreciate your videos and your answers, please keep up the good work!
  • azg

    #18

    Interesting vid, waiting for more.
  • CollinMoshman

    #19

    #17 Renempaz: Thanks a lot, much appreciated!

    #18 Azg: Perfect, I'm currently producing another 18-man video :)
  • laubold2

    #20

    very nice video mister moshmann.

    looking forward to see more videos. I like the fact you re using the hrc.

    As a beginner I could picked up some basic methods on how to approach a better game.

    Go on!
  • vidrata

    #21

    Very nice vid, well explained!
  • iNspiRe

    #22

    Hello there, Collin.
    Here is one question from russian community:

    01:53 why would fish necessarily fold AJ?
  • CollinMoshman

    #23

    #22 Inspire: That's a good point, a loosepassive player would likely call a bet and raise with AJ. But I still prefer calling because: (a) Many weaker hands (such as 7X, possibly weak AX hands) are more likely to stay in if we call instead of raise; (b) The pot is large enough that we can stack AJ with two more rounds of betting even if we just call flop.
  • iNspiRe

    #24

    №23 Thank you!
  • dicelife

    #25

    25:15 Good day. Why is set 100% for winner? (Realy he/she will not take at all – only 57.14% of the residue).
  • nunopires

    #26

    4:00 Overcall 99 is verY BAD imo.