Beating the 6-Max SNGs: Part 2

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Collin brings us part 2 of his series on beating 6max sngs. We're in the mid stages now and discussing higher blind postflop play, thin openshoves and the discussion of if we should make a small raise as opposed to openshoving or not. Enjoy!


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  • fitzinator18


    Enjoy the latest from Collin!

    Please leave any questions you may have in the comments section below!
  • nopi


    very nice :), but a litte short :|
    and ... vid is incorrect tagged with "Fullring (9-10)"

    i appreciate the the descriptions for the "if he ... then i ..."-cases ... very good and usefull :)

    Ingame i would had folded both JTo and Q7s in the CO ... i think i have to watch the vid again :\

    i'm pleased to see the next parts ... again: more 6max, more Collin ^^
  • ghaleon


    3:00 QTo: Versus ok reg this is pretty standard call as nash does not account future game and ok reg would take it into account.
  • ghaleon


    3:20 A6o: Clear open shove, but what hands would you minraise as induce? Lets assume that villain quite rarely calls.
  • Gavron23


    Very nice video, as pointed out before, it would be really nice if these were a bit longer :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #2 Nopi: Thanks! Appreciate the feedback and glad you enjoyed the video :)

    #3/#4 Ghaleon: Good points. As for MR'ing to induce, I normally just shove/fold there, but having r/f and r/c ranges would be a fine alternative.

    #5 Gavron23: Thanks. I agree on having them longer, this 3-part series is (I believe) my last in this format.
  • tomasa82