Katie Closes Out the $8 180-man SNG

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KatieDozier314 finishes her review of the $8 180-man SNG on Pokerstars with a look at how she closes the tournament out


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  • Boomer2k10


    Hi Guys

    Please enjoy the latest video from KatieDozier314

    Please leave any questions or comments for Katie below
  • MinouDino


    Really Nice Vid. And very interessting spots too. I normally play SNGs and just started to play the 180s. What kind of ROI can u expect by playing these?
    I know that it depends a lot on the skill-level. I just wanna know whats kind of the average for a good Reg.
    THX and please make more vids... a live session with 4-6Tables would be awesome!
  • Guesswhat


    12:20 (Kc7c): You do not take the antes into account. With appr. 2k effective big blind we do have 10bb effective stacks.

    Great work again! Tx.
  • JustgAMblin


    Very good video again.

    Looking forward to more. :)
  • maxtere


    Thanks for great, helpful video.

    Playing on final table is my biggest leak, so I am glad for this video.

    And I love your voice :)

    Please more 180man videos from you and Colin.
  • Paklu


    19.59 SB vs. BB hand: Villain needs to defend ridiculously wide(more than 50%) vs. SB minbet, which is reasonable only by flatting a lot from the BB(In position). Going to X-bet war is not so good for villain in huge ICM spot because 4-bettor gets the last bet(4b shove) in.

    Also some Nash calculations were a bit odd, because the game wasn't limited to push-fold. Especially last hand is problematic if villain actually flats a lot OOP.

    Though I realize why most 180m regs dont play postflop...
  • Harumamburu


    30:55 (5s8s) when you going to check call river, will u call overbet push? Is there any bet size that can make you fold?
    Thank you, great video!
  • KatieDozier314


    @MinouDino: Thanks! ROI will depend a lot on the stakes of 180s being played, for example, a decent ROI in the $8 180s would be about 15%.

    @Guesswhat: ty!

    @JustgAMblin: So glad you enjoyed it!
  • KatieDozier314


    @maxtere: Thank you! :)

    @Paklu: Using Nash to analyze hands is by no means a perfect tool but helpful as a baseline in a lot of situations,
    although that's a very good point that in certain spots flatting can definitely be the better play and the software can't account for that.

    @Harumamburu: On the river, the pot is about 32k, and the effective remaining stack is a bit under 3 times that amount. Given the way that our opponent has played the hand, and that our hand is underrepresented, I would be willing to stack off here as his line would look extremely bluffy if he did shove the river. Glad you liked my vid! :)
  • sidderaal


    I liked the video too. But like Paklu wrote I would have called as villain in the last hand and I would have bet the flop and turn... (my way of play)
  • sidderaal


    In the last hand by going all in with A 2 villain would only be called by better. So his all in was in my view really bad.
  • lancer555


    sweet voiced one