Collin Plays a $60 18-Man Sit And Go

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Collin reviews a $60 18man sit&go he played, themes include short and midstack postflop lines, bubble play with a large stack, late game 3betting and ATC opens in the late game.


3bet bubble Equity hand history review ICM Nash PokerStars push or fold

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  • fitzinator18


    Enjoy the latest from Collin Moshman!

    As always please leave feedback and suggestions in the comments section below!
  • GuilhermeMat


    always very good, very educational ... thank you collin!
    the Q9s in the 27:00 minute you had some read some of the villain to call that bet on the flop? I do not understand your reasoning ...
  • LiverpoolForever


    Genius video! Very strong game Q9s!
  • Dougles


    thanks for the video, good explanations!
    in min 7:10 you can even call wider beacause the SB did not call!
  • CollinMoshman


    #2 GuilhermeMat: Thanks! As for Q9s, he's repping very little, and I have very compelling odds to continue and try to take the pot away from him on the turn.

    #3 LiverpoolForever: Thanks, really appreciate the nice words!
  • CollinMoshman


    #4 Dougles: You're totally right -- I referenced the wrong row in the table and the Nash calling range is even a bit wider. Thanks for pointing that out, great spot :)
  • vidrata


    Very nice video Collin!
  • madein1984


    15:10 I guess you missed some low pocket pairs there, but definitely interesting to see, what we can call with. Glad to see AQo and ATo in there, which I would have called probably, even if it looks ugly.
    25:50 I find that against recreational players like slayer it's a lot harder to apply pressure in those spots, since they often don't have any clue of ICM. I'm not saying that this is no 3bet, but does that affect your 3bet range?
  • komoaba


    Perfect Collin - as always! Thank you!
  • CollinMoshman


    #7 Vidrata: Thanks!

    #8 Madein1984: Definitely against a loose-passive player or maniac, I wouldn't try to apply too much ICM pressure, but I expect to be reasonably successful with bubble-pwning plays like this against Slayer's player type. And of course, Q9s never misses :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #9 Komoaba: Appreciate that, very glad you enjoyed the video!
  • ghaleon


    10:30 I don't think that good reg should or would shove much of Axo range from UTG even with only 6bb in 9 handed table. I do agree that he can have lot of suited semi connector stuff in his range.
  • ghaleon


    20:30 KTo: What sort of range would you play here versus SB? Call range? 3bet-fold and 3bet-call range? Would you ever have 5bet bluff range versus any reg here? E.g. he open raises to 450, you 3bet to 1k, he 4bet to ~2k.

    Yes he has bit bigger stack size, but so small difference that ICM tax will heavily affect him also. E.g. for him it will be ICM disaster to end up losing big pot versus you. Also ICM would probably over value smallish stack that he would be left after allin.
  • ghaleon


    26:00 Q9s: Unnecessarily big cbet on flop. I would probably myself just 3bet shove flop, if I assume he is out of line too often. Though your reasons for calling are ok.
  • ghaleon


    24:55 A9s. What sort of range would you 3bet shove here versus competent reg. I don't know if you have history or not, but good reg will understand he is offering decent abuse spot and should have decently balanced minraise range. I would assume him to shove decent amount of time with his medium strength hands to block abuse possibility.
  • ghaleon


    29:00 ATs: Of course depends on levels players are thinking, but you said that you showed to minraise-fold in previous hand as one of reasons to call. That might also work other way around so that villain is actually much stronger here overall. Hard to say obviously.

    I would actually tend to open shove this hand as to block this exact situation. Not hand I am eagerly raise-calling, but raise-folding wont feel great either. Especially versus aggro reg.

    Also one nice thing is that by shoving we actually force villains to fold lot AJ, AQ maybe even AK, midpair hand combinations. Even if they think that our shove range might be bit capped.
  • ghaleon


    Also related to previous comment. In this situation when villains are around 10bb deep with antes and we have such huge chip lead I would tend to just open shove very wide. Do you see much of benefit from having minraise range in this spot. How much number of regs affects your overll approach?
  • ghaleon


    Ah sry for quite big amount of questions... Nice vid! :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #'s 12-800 Ghaleon: Good questions! With the KTo, I agree with your point about the ICM tax affecting him heavily as well, although I'm not sure why ICM would overvalue his stack if he lost an allin? Against a reg who I know will r/f a lot there, I'd 3bet wide, but without that read my style is generally to avoid 3/4/5bet wars in spots like this. Against a LAG/tricky player I'd rather flat pre and take the lower-variance approach of giving him trouble IP postflop.

    With the A9s, I agree that the Nash 3bet shove range of top 29% may be too wide particularly if they know you 3bet shove a lot in spots like that, but even if his open/call gap is 10/5 we can still profitably shove close to 20% including 22/A2s.

    Nice points on the other spots, and very glad you enjoyed the video :)
  • nopi


    15:40 little hint for equilab use: U can calculate the required equity by clicking the litte calculator button near the input field in the handrange calculator window ... then you get a litte window where you can calculate the required equity based on the potsize and the amount to call.
  • xFlake


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  • CollinMoshman


    #20 Nopi: Nice tip, thanks :)

    #21 xFlake: Thanks for the nice words. I've always liked the movie Twins with Arnold Schwarzenegger!
  • pepemourinho


    very very good video
  • miskokvo


    very nice video, great content :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #23 Pepemourinho: Thanks, glad you enjoyed the video!

    #24 Miskokvo: Thanks, really appreciate that :)