$3.5 SNG Turbos on Pokerstars

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $3
  • Shorthanded
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Description

Parodiq ups the stakes to $3.50 and discusses using a HUD and ICM calculators efficiently, then proceeds to go through a session where he gives us his analysis.

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Comments (11)

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  • fitzinator18

    #1

    Enjoy the new video from Parodiq!

    please leave suggestions and feedback in the comments section below!
  • Pokerstar19871

    #2

    very nice job! thanks!
  • gothisteam

    #3

    You put in the wrong format (50/30/20 instead of 65/35) in your first Wizard calculation.
  • Anto11

    #4

    Hi,

    @Pokerstar19871 I'm glad you liked it :) .

    @gothisteam. You are right. SNG Wizzard and HM are not reading properly Everest hand histories. I forgot to change it manually for the 6max payout structure. Which is 70/30 in Everest.
    This is the SNG Wizard calculation and the chart for the 70/30 payout structure - http://prikachi.com/images/215/5612215y.jpg .
    This is the Nash calculation for the 70/30 structure - http://prikachi.com/images/249/5612249G.jpg .

    Best regards,
    Antoan
  • Agosfc

    #5

    Nice video.
  • vyczn15

    #6

    Thanx for the video and especially for copy HM2 -> paste Wiz tip, analysed 20hands yesterday instead of 5!:)
  • Anto11

    #7

    Hello,

    I'm glad you liked it and that it was that helpful for you :) .

    Best regards,
    Antoan
  • elpsycho

    #8

    Hi parodiq,
    31:35 why are we widening regular's calling range against our push?
  • Anto11

    #9

    Hello elpsycho,

    The reg knowns ~what range we are pushing(near Nash) and he is calling with range that stands good against ours. He knows that if he called too tight than he is loosing money. I gave him even a bit tighter range that Nash. We can give to his calling range a few more percentages.

    Best regards,
    Antoan
  • Tomtom971

    #10

    26:00 according to the chart, your 76o shove becomes minus EV when the BB calles with a range of some 20%?! Your commenting in the video that it becomes negative @ 80%...
  • Brade88

    #11

    30:20 LL 33, I prefer to shove pre flop. Villain can be limping quite wide, I know we have little fold equity, but we still do have some, we are the shortest stack by far and I believe this is a good spot to take a flip. When we check the hand is too difficult to play post flop. Also on the turn I prefer to shove the open ended straight draw with a pair to try and take the pot rather than checking.