Live MTSNG Session on PokerStars

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $1 - $16
  • Fullring
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Collin takes to the tables on PokerStars for a live session of Multi-Table SNG Tournaments

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Live Video MTSNG PokerStars

Comments (19)

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  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi Guys

    Please enjoy the latest video from Collin Moshman

    If you have any questions or comments for Collin please leave them below
  • hedisaces

    #2

    Hi Collin, great video as usual. Next time I would appreciate video where you would 12 tabling some higher stakes - for example 15dollar+ mixed formats - fullring and six max. Live videos are the best imo. Is it possible?
  • CollinMoshman

    #3

    #2 Hedisaces: Sure, I can do one at higher stakes, particularly for STT. Thanks for the feedback, glad you enjoyed the vid :)
  • maxtere

    #4

    hi great video . are you using any software to set your tables to stack them like this?
  • Lasso

    #5

    great video sir! i would like to see more of these live sessions. stakes dont matter in my opinion.
  • madein1984

    #6

    40:05 why would you openshove QQ here? this is a 1.50$ SNG, I think it's better to openraise because there's a lot of potentially weak players who might flat and pay off if they hit some lower pair. I don't think one has to worry about beeing exploitive in these games.
  • L0rdOfFreedom

    #7

    27:30 A3o Don't you think that it is really unnecessary to take this kind of spots on this(low) stakes? I think we still have pretty good fold equity on ~5-6bb and we shouldn't take so bad -chipev spots


    29:40 A2o What do you think about stop n go strategy in this kind of spots? His open range is ofc wide and we definetly can get a lot of more fold equity just calling pre and shoving any flop(ofc except like AA2)

    33:50 QJo Imo we shouldn't fold any of hand in this situation. Even 25chips ante really hurts for us becouse its more than 10% of our stack
  • DrPepper

    #8

    1:30 the AT hand. I don't agree with you here at all. I don't think that you will show a profit with this line (on any buy-In level). He min clicks it back 3way which says to me that he will have an overpair or better at least like 80% of the time. I would snap fold to his 3way flop raise, even if it is a 1.50. But I don't have your hitting skills ;-)

    Regarding future videos, I would like to see higher stakes, if possible 9max 15-30$. I also would like to see you play a bit more laggy and focussing on spots against regs in these games. Maybe a video where you try to 3bet lighter against regs and discuss their and your ranges.

    Thanks for the video! I'm gonna miss the coaching this week but at least I can look even more forward to next week's one :-)
  • PokerNap

    #9

    Hey Collin,
    i´ve learned a lot because your videos for the turbo strategy. Are you usually just play the turbos or why don´t you take one for non-turbo SnGs.
  • CollinMoshman

    #10

    #4 Maxtere: Thanks! Just a saved Stars layout, you can make any you like and go back to them :)

    #5 Lasso: Thanks, will do!

    #9 PokerNap: Appreciate that. I usually do turbos for live play because nonturbos last so much longer, but have several nonturbo replay videos right here on Pokerstrategy. I'm also happy to load some nonturbos in my live play coachings :)
  • CollinMoshman

    #11

    #6 Madein1984: Good point, MRing QQ+ here is probably best.

    #7 LordOfFreedom:

    A3o: We should take any spot that is even neutral EV with this stack, regardless of buyin. We'll be blinded out too soon otherwise. I agree that this shove is very close, but I definitely wouldn't shove in a higher buyin and fold here waiting for a larger edge that may never come.

    A2o: Stop 'n go is a good alternative, nice suggestion.

    QJo: Wider than top 50% is fine, but calling total junk hands like 32o is a mistake even with the ante, it's higher EV to take random cards in the big blind even though we're 25 chips shorter.
  • CollinMoshman

    #12

    #8 DrPepper: Haha yup, don't underestimate hitting skills!

    I think his range is much wider than 80% overpairs, and that a random at $1.50s is at least as likely to be overplaying worse TX hands. But I'm definitely open to the idea that I'm wrong about this, I wonder if others with microstakes experience have an opinion on this hand?

    Thanks very much for the feedback and nice words, I'll definitely do the next one at slightly higher stakes. Hope to see you in the first December coaching :)
  • Protexinhu

    #13

    close opr = dont see your video
  • buccaneers

    #14

    #12: I also believe that this line of villain is overpair or set. He will not min3bet and min5bet (or whatever) with Tx, he would shove Tx then but not bet that small. I think eventually folding is the right option. Remember, even if he is a fish; if a fish shows aggression you´re almost always dead.
  • CollinMoshman

    #15

    #13 Protexinhu: Sorry not sure I understand, you mean OPR the results site? All of my results are available to search on the site Sharkscope if that helps.

    #14 Buccaneers: Sounds like the consensus is that I misplayed this hand so I will concede to you and DrPepper :) Thanks for the feedback!
  • xmiammiamx

    #16

    Hi Collin,

    Thanks for the video; I would enjoy to see a live session with some deeper stacked MTTs, (5$, 10$, 20$...)
  • Protexinhu

    #17

    15: ok sir, sry. Respect
  • CollinMoshman

    #18

    #16 Xmiammiamx: My MTT specialty is turbos, but I'll see if I can work in some deeper-stacked play into an upcoming video. Very glad you enjoyed the vid and thanks for the feedback.

    #17 Protexinhu: No problem :)
  • JusTNo1RNMD

    #19

    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?