Sunday Million Review: Ante Stages and Bubble Play

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Robert "pokerguru740" Kuhn continues his review of the Sunday Million moving into the ante and bubble stages


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  • Boomer2k10


    Hi Everyone

    Please enjoy the latest part of the Sunday Million Review from Robert "pokerguru740" Kuhn

    In case you misseed it the first part has now been downgraded to Gold to allow everyone to see Robert's first video for us:

    You can find it here:

    If you have any questions/comments for Robert please leave them here
  • sandercvo


    Min 1 K6s:
    You get very good pot odds to make this call. You need 24,8% to make this call. Flopzilla says K6s hits 30% of the time a Sraight/flush draw or top pair+ hand, which should be played profitable against a SBvsBTN 3B.

    I play mostly cashgames, but I see allot of tournament players fold hands preflop where they get insanely good odds.

    With antes involved it should be profitable to Play 100% of hands on the BB against a minraise from the CO for example. Also 3bets and 4bets or in tournaments so small, that it's almost impossible to fold.

    I would like to hear your IMO about this.
  • acerbikas


    Please try to appear more interested when explaining your thought processes. You seem totally bored :D
  • pokerguru740



    I think your misunderstanding the value of your tourney life and the reverse implied odds you have with K6s. There is only 2 straight draws you could flop both being hands you are beat in the first place. For example, you opt to flat and the flop comes 10 J Q, I understand stacking off here but its very easy for someone to have a set or AK when his 3b out of the sb is rather strong. I wouldn't think about odds nearly as much as you should think about reverse implied odds and perceived ranges.

    Also, no you shouldn't flat any 2 against a minraise for some reasons previously stated along with others
  • iNspiRe


    Hello, Robert. Here is one question from Russian community:

    48:59 Opponenet is using Stop'n'Go strategy while we have a gutshot and overcard. He can have anything and often it is some mid broadway hang, he knows we rarely hit that board, and he has pot-size stack. Why do we fold?
  • pokerguru740


    Looking back on the hand I think i probably shouldve called, I need about 30% equity to call which I think I have.
  • SamHawkins


    Nice vid,
    sick fold with JJ