$3 Rebuy 180-Man Turbo - ICM Final Table Considerations

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Collin finishes his review of the $3 rebuy tournament on Pokerstars with a look at some final table ICM considerations


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  • fitzinator18


    Hey guys,

    Enjoy the latest from Collin and please leave any questions you may have for him in the comments section below!
  • madein1984


    13:20 I'd definitely go for the shove. The player openraised the last hand 4bb and now limps. I am pretty sure he will fold something like 80-90% of the time when we shove. The blinds are gonna call tight and there are 25k in the pot, 1/3 of our stack. with the Ace blocker this should be profitable. Another thing is, that we have much more Fold Equity in this stack constellation vs the players behind us with 105k than with 80k, because 2 of the players now risk their whole stack when calling us.
  • CollinMoshman


    #2 Madein1984: Good points. I think the hijack folding 80-90% may be slightly optimistic (e.g. this would have him openlimping say top 40 and calling only top 6, although we can also heavily discount premiums from his openlimping range). But we may still have enough fold equity for this to be profitable ICM shove. Thanks for the feedback.
  • grayarea


    04:00: 87o blind-on-blind. It's easy to find the nash calling range instantly in-game. I use HM2's "Tourny Adj BB" stat which shows SB with just under 3 ante-adjustd big blinds. Glancing at the heads-up-nash-equilibrium chart shows the chip-EV calling range down to 83o. This works pretty well although it ignores card-removal effects from the other players folding. Holdemresources calculator also ignores this actually.
  • CollinMoshman


    #4 Grayarea: I hadn't realized that was an available stat. Nice tip, thanks.
  • grayarea


    Yeah I didn't notice it lurking there for a very long time. One problem with all these HM2 stats is that they always use the blind level from the previous hand so you can make mistakes if the blinds just went up.
    Recently I've been messing about a lot with AutoHotKey and I've done an additional HUD which shows the effective ante-adjusted starting stack for the current blind level and not including players that have folded. It updates as players fold around to me and helps me catch spots where I cover the players yet to act, for example.
  • Jumbleboy


    great video Collin! my question:

    - 00:30 situation with J9o. opp will call with JJ+ AK?
  • Lasso


    great video as always. keep it up!