Leakfinder: $16 MTT Turbo Win Review

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Collin reviews the play of a winning regular as he takes down a $16 MTT Turbo tournament


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  • sileekhunt


    Adderall Ready ! Lets go :)
  • thiagobuoro


    Excellent review
  • hazelasty


    9:55 you missed hand totaly ;p
  • hazelasty


    16:52, we are not LJ because of 1bb short on the button. I think it is clear shove if we are on HJ.
  • hazelasty


    23:47, How big edge do you take in this spot? I dont think we should be calling with b/e or 1% edge range for big part of our stack. BTW for sure in this kind of tournament we have big edge, and ~20bb is a lot and we can minraise a lot etc.
  • hazelasty


    25:20 89o over limp looks good with this hand. This hand play rly well when we have low SPR
  • hazelasty


    As always v. good and dynamic video. ;]
  • CollinMoshman


    #1 Sileekhunt: That's the way to do it! :D

    #2 Thiagobuoro: Thanks, appreciate that.

    #7 Hazelasty: Thanks! Will answer your Qs in next post.
  • CollinMoshman


    #3: The QQ?

    #4: Nice spot, I definitely agree.

    #5: The MTT plays out at a relatively short effective stack. The reason why we have the ROI we should have is because we're identifying and seizing thin edges, not passing up on them. So I would be willing to take even small edges.

    #6: Sure, just completing definitely reasonable option.

    Very nice comments/questions.
  • hazelasty


    you said that big blind shoves, and it is incorrect. The guy who shoved is limper not big blind ;p.
  • CollinMoshman


    Whoops! Ty for pointing that out.
  • Timontana


    Betting q7o in a isolated pot cant be good
  • yxcrtl


    Hi Collin,

    Great video mate! I've recently started playing MTT (3 months ago or so), I've won a coupe of "The Big" tournaments on Pokerstars but recently haven't really come close to a final table. Do you recommend I buy the HoldemResource tool? And also how often do you review your past tournaments?
    Thanks for again for another great video!
  • CollinMoshman


    #12 Timontana: Would you mind giving the time stamp for the spot you're talking about? I'd be happy to take a look.

    #13 yxcrtl: Thanks! And yes I would definitely recommend buying the HER calculator, and reviewing marked hands (or full games) after each session.
  • Anonoymous77


    Nicke Spot
  • MJPerry


    Really enjoyed this video. It was cool that instead of just "well we have AA so we're calling this shove" it was "our calling range here should be..."
  • CollinMoshman


    #15 Anonoymous77: Thanks.

    #16 MJPerry: Thanks, glad you enjoyed the video.
  • ZeroDegrees


    Thanks for another great video!
    I've been focusing on tourneys lately, but don't know the best way to improve. From #14 I take it that I should start using HER and review the tourneys I play. I can learn starting hands with various stacks there as I understand and besides that look through your videos and the hand forum. Anything else to add or adjust to that learning strategy?
  • Atalol


    Very good work man. Keep it up plz!