$30 9-Man All Ranges Revealed

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Collin goes through a recent $30 9-man he played on PokerStars and displays for us all the ranges he works with while playing

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Equilab Ranges Session Review

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  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi Guys

    Please enjoy the latest video from our tournament boss Collin Moshman

    If you have any questions/comments for Collin please leave them below
  • alxpoker91

    #2

    nice video!

    I liked a lot the bvb flat call with ~10bb and then the postflop play.

    I meet you at my tables if I play in the evening (my time) and I saw you play even 30 tables at ones.how do you arrange them?

    I play up to 12 and I have them 6 and 6 behind because I like to see a bit my tables.You said is good to play a lot lower stakes and increase the number so I get used to it.Do you have any advice of how to arrange them in order to be able to play let's say 20 tables?

    Sorry for the long post and I really appreciate your help.
  • belgianbeer

    #3

    Hi,

    thanks for the vid ! very instructive :)

    In early game, you speak about iso-raise in SB a looze passive in MP w/ 77. I would prefer to complete. I think the playability is a bit too tricky OOP w/ this kind of hands...

    And in HU, what do you think of a game-plan where you mix-up open-limp and open-raise w/ an eff stack of +15bb ?
    I think that the reg will have a lot of difficulties to adapt his range and you could built an edge there...
  • CollinMoshman

    #4

    #2 Alxpoker91: Thanks! I play my games mostly stacked but with some higher or lower than others, and then pull off higher equity games to their own slot on the right of my screen. Hope that helps and gl with your games :)
  • CollinMoshman

    #5

    #3 Belgianbeer: Would you give me the time stamp please for the 77, and then I'd be happy to comment? Personally I've never liked openlimping HU vs regs as the benefits to me don't outweigh the disadvantage of giving them a free flop with all hands they'd have to fold to a MR. I think part of this is just stylistic though as there are plenty of good regs who do incorporate HU openlimping vs regs.

    Thanks for the questions/comments and glad you enjoyed the vid!
  • belgianbeer

    #6

    hi, the time stamp is 3:05 ;)

    thanks for the comments
  • madein1984

    #7

    Great video, Collin! Just one small remark: at around 31:49 you folded 97o to a minraise. this seemed rather close to me, so I tried to pull it up in nash. wans't sure about the stacks though cause you clicked to the next hand too quickly to see stacks ;). I guess I figured it out and 97o is -.45, so pretty bad, while 98o is +.33. Kinda surprised about the big difference between those two hands
  • madein1984

    #8

    correction, I had the wrong antes. 98o is break even and 97o is -.70. As of stacks I used the average from top left, 4774
  • CollinMoshman

    #9

    #6 Belgianbeer: I would normally complete as well, but his 73/10 stats were extreme enough that I'd tend to go ahead and valueraise 77 even OOP. Completing is definitely a fine alternative though. If we do hit a set we can overbet and still possibly play a large pot. Thanks for your comment :)

    #7 Madein1984: Thanks! And sorry I clicked fast at the end :) These are the numbers for 3bet shoving? These ranges are very sensitive to villain open and call ranges. 97o is normally a fold but a lot of guys call tighter than the Nash range, so it could definitely be profitable against certain opponents.
  • Puscherbilbo

    #10

    Hi Collin. Nice to see you still covering FR-STTs. Always enjoyed your input on stuff.
    01:30 Would you mind disclosing your HUD-Filters? I played a lot 15s/30s this month for SN and personal enjoyment. The regular discussed has quite different positional stats in my Database (much much tighter). I filter 10max/6max/4max/HU situations and >50bb and >35bb (at least i think i do they are the first 2 lvl in the PT4 filter for stacksizes) separately.
    Of course I do have a smaller sample and possibly they play other games/limits too like 180s where your stats could be inaccurate.
    But I actually believe you are possibly mixing 6max UTG (= MP3) with FR UTG (UTG/UTG+1) or shallow 10bb stacks with Early Game Stats in your Video and overestimate the Looseness of some regs a little bit.
  • Puscherbilbo

    #11

    24:10 Nice to see games evolving in this spot.
    Like hand as played very much. Do you 3bet a polarized range or just the nuts or nothing at all?
    Is there possibly a little betsizing tell on the R with < pot left? I mean in MTTs those kind of bets are mostly weighted towards value compared to a shove but in STTs you wanna stay alive and might tend to leave a little behind when bluffing? Given that we hardly ever bluff in this particular spot it is not so troublesome but still how do you play Kx?
    27:50 I would assume BU/SB to call a little to loose actually and would adapt via tightening up a bit or minraising. Esspecially the latter option seems interesting and advantages may outweigh disadvantages.
  • Puscherbilbo

    #12

    28:45 It would help a great deal if you could provide the Nash-Calling-Ranges as well in future Videos.
    Given that BU/SB cannot call more than AT+ 88+ and even BB only A9s/ATo+ and 77+ I see hardly any room for the assumption that they call tighter than Nash. Also we do not get the Chiplead with this push. On the contrary I believe this to be a spot where we might wanna leave out the bottom end of the Nash-Range.
  • JusTNo1RNMD

    #13

    do u think in most games on average, high or low stakes, people do not diviate from nash that much and thats the reason u use nash as a default for pushing and calling pushes?
  • iNspiRe

    #14

    Hey there, Collin!
    Great video! Here are few questions from Russian community:

    So in fact you are using Nash ranges in like 90% of push-fold situations? What about edge? Do you think it matters not that much to take it into account?
  • CollinMoshman

    #15

    #14 iNspiRe:

    Thanks! To answer these questions:

    1. I am always starting with the Nash ranges, and usually using these vs regs, but often adjusting from them vs recreational players.

    2. I would usually take any +$EV spot, although for sure it is reasonable to pass up on a very thin spot at a table of weak players.

    3. Often wanting edge is used as justification for passing on profitable spots because of not wanting to gamble. Winning poker is about identifying and seizing edges :)