$60 180-man SNG Critical Analysis

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $55 - $75
  • Fullring
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Description

Collin takes us through a 180-man Sit & Go he played recently explaining his thought processes and potential mistakes

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bubble final table hand history review ICM MTSNG PokerStars push or fold Session Review

Comments (16)

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  • JustgAMblin

    #1

    as always, good video.

    I really like your clear analysis.
  • Swist87

    #2

    1st class vid !
  • Boomer2k10

    #3

    Hi Guys

    Thanks for enjoying Collin's latest video

    If you have any questions or comments/suggestions for future videos please leave them below
  • Gandalf89

    #4

    Nice video! :)
  • Devinco

    #5

    great video as usuall
  • chainerster

    #6

    Just awesome - thanks for your videos Collin=)))
  • CollinMoshman

    #7

    Thanks JustgAMblin, Swist87, Gandalf89, Devinco, and Chainerster. Appreciate the nice words!
  • sullyjones

    #8

    Really great video Collin! I'm currently not playing at the $60 level, but wanted to have a look at what factors I'll be looking at when moving up. You always present your thought process so well, thanks!
  • madein1984

    #9

    32:45 any chance you can minopen this hand to give the impression that you still could fold if 2 players after you went allin? Would you then ever consider doing that too? I guess that would have been my line.
  • renzs

    #10

    hello Collin, nice vid, i have a question:
    30:37; if you hold Q9s which is the bottom of the nash range, do you think Q9s is a fine call? this is only true provided the player at small blind shoves a 91% of all hands, how do you know or how are you sure this is his shoving range for a unknown like the one in the video (Matty).

    In the vid, your reasoning to believe the small blind player may shove such a range is his VPIP/PFR, 19/19; I also noticed that your stat is 22/22; does this mean, you would shove a range even wider than 91% should you were at the small blind?
  • CollinMoshman

    #11

    #8 Sullyjones: Thanks!

    #9 Madein1984: Interesting idea, I don't think I'd ever r/f a sub 5bb stack though. If you're able to show that could be the best line in a 180 FT spot, definitely send on the calculation to me and I'd be happy to take a look. Thanks for the comment.
  • CollinMoshman

    #12

    #10 Renzs: Good question. I think that against many players in the small blind in that spot, we would do better playing with an exploitively tight calling range. Plenty of regs will shove ATC or close to it though, given that it's a good spot to apply ICM pressure.

    To give specific answers to the questions you ask: 1. Yes, I think Q9s would be a fine call. There are also potentially meta and chip utility benefits to calling it off there. 2. There's no way to know he's shoving that wide, but there's also no way to know for sure he's shoving tight enough that we can be confident it's correct to tighten from Nash. 3. I might shove ATC in that spot, but probably I would fold some junk hands.

    Hope that helps, thanks for the comments and glad you enjoyed the video.
  • MarinaOrel

    #13

    Very nice vod! Its standart of coach, very deep analysis.
    At 26:30 i think J8s is missed shove, but its bound of Nash range with 9bb+ante stack.
    TY for ur vods and gl in your games!
  • vidrata

    #14

    Hey Collin, great video as usual! I have a question about your HUD: you use the amount of real big blinds instead of the effective big blinds. Why is that?
  • PhreaKer

    #15

    36:45 you don't do your non-ALLIn ALLIN :D

    nice Video ;)
  • panpankracy

    #16

    this video is invalid