$109 MTT Turbo Win: The Opening Stages

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Collin begins reviewing the hand history of a $109 turbo on pokerstars. in this video he looks at the early-mid stages and discusses his thoughts throughout


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  • fitzinator18


    Enjoy the latest from Collin!

    As always Collin will be happy to answer questions, feel free to leave them below.
  • DavidSel


    Not sure that call with TT is good. Risking tournament life without FE vs strong ranges.

    Why fold J3o sitting on MP2 with 6 BB? Equity diffenrence between J3o and JTo (or smth like this) is just 8%, and we have no time to wait.

    comment pls
  • fitzinator18


    I think Collin might appreciate a time stamp David. I know I would :)
  • narybek


    HI Colin,I wanna say that I really like your productions but I have 2 questions for you. KK in 14:30min. What do you think abut bigger cbet on the flop , and shove turn? for example cbet 550,and shove turn. For me this guy is a fish,he has there a lot of spades draw,straight draws etc. I think that he will call you anyway ,if he has something like spade or any connected and you can max your value. 32:30min AA. You sad that you have history with this guy and he is reg. You have 11effective BB, to be honest you dont have limping range there from SB. I think the only reason for that hand is just shove and pray for call with light range. Sth like Ax,Kx is easy call for that guy on bb. Wating for answer and for part 2!!!
  • endreKKKK


    i'm loving it collin!! keep up the good work !! = )
  • sebain2004


    Nice video Collin... could you make another video with stats?
  • popescu18


    23:00 what do u think about raise 3000 or similar with KJo vs "weak" player?

    I dont like AA hand!

    Nice and useful video!
  • CollinMoshman


    #2 DavidSel: As Fitzinator suggests, I'd be happy to reply, just let me know please what times these hands occur. Thanks.

    #4 Narybek: Re the AA hand, we didn't have much history, but against someone with reg-like stats, I agree that my line was transparent.

    Re the KK hand, while I have 3 betting rounds to put his stack in the middle with a low SPR, I do agree that he probably calls almost as wide if I size flop and turn a bit bigger, giving him less opportunity to fold river even if I don't shove turn.

    So, very nice points in your comments, and I'm glad you enjoy the vids :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #5 EndreKKKK: Thanks, appreciate that!

    #6 Sebain2004: Thanks. I'm definitely open to making the formats people want to see. Usually I choose Universal because: (a) I can say the line I would take against different opponent types, rather than focus the analysis on the specific player type the stats indicate; (b) I find it easier to navigate. But I'm happy to do some in tracking software replayer if that's what people would like to see.
  • CollinMoshman


    #7 Popescu18: In the KJo hand, you mean raise to 3000 pre? I think that just shoving pre would be a fine option even though we're slightly deeper than ideal, definitely if I'd been even a bit shorter I would've just shoved pre.

    AA Hand: Agree, see above :)

    Glad you liked the video!
  • nnssoonn


    Cheers Collin!