Bounty 9-Man Sit and Go

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $7
  • Fullring
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Description

Collin Moshman reviews a hand history of a 9-man bounty sit & go. He uses Holdem resources downloadable calculator to help analyse some spots.

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bounty Equilibrium ICM Nash replayer Session Review

Comments (12)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the latest from Collin, please leave any suggestions and questions in the comments section below. Collin will be happy to answer!
  • pLAYERsjsk

    #2

    excelent explanation in some spots. Really liked this video.
    funny i know every player you have on the table since i played over 40k sng knockouts, so i see the game a lil bit differently, but still pretty epic job :)

    Loved, how slightly changing calling range due to bounty factor, drasticly changes our 3bet showing range vs that "retarded" 3x bublle openning "regular"

    GJ :)
  • CollinMoshman

    #3

    #2 Playersjsk: Thanks! That's awesome you're a KO SNG specialist ... and I definitely agree that it is really interesting how sensitive ranges can be in spots like that.
  • xDurchsichtig

    #4

    nice one :D
  • ghaleon

    #5

    8:40 AA: Such funny spot! That would be like the most unlikely hand I would put him. Would be nice to see his thinking process there.
  • GuilhermeMat

    #6

    Why this video has not been translated into Portuguese as the previous videos made by Moshman? The Portuguese community's strategy also entitled to enjoy such quality teaching!
  • LagFM

    #7

    Hi!
    when you're talking about the SPR ratio, can you explain how to interpret this stat?
    Is there an article somewhere about this?

    Thanks!
  • CollinMoshman

    #8

    #4 xDurchsichtig: Thanks :)

    #5 Ghaleon: Agreed, very funny hand for him to show there!
  • CollinMoshman

    #9

    #6 GuilhermeMat: Thanks, and I hope it does get translated into Portuguese!
  • CollinMoshman

    #10

    #7 LagFM: SPR is the effective remaining stack size divided by the pot size at the flop. The lower the SPR, the more comfortably we can stack off with a given hand postflop. I'd recommend checking out Ed Miller's books, or just Googling it and there seem to be several decent articles. Hope that helps.
  • Barlin63

    #11

    Thanks Collin. Nice video again. Learned a lot!
  • Agosfc

    #12

    Nice vid. Thank you Collin.