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Collin Moshman returns with a live session on PokerStars focusing on live MTSNG play


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  • L0rdOfFreedom


    02:14 K8o Why minraise here? Also few hands earlier you had AKo on 6bb and you minraised too
  • sm0kert


    Hi collin, very nice video again! Why do you fold the KJo at 34:10? You had a NASH open shove and you also could minraise-fold/call, based on villains stats
  • madein1984


    10:55 tr this looks really bad imo. A3o way too loose into 6 guys, I think A8o should be the boarder. Haven't calculated it though
  • BubbleNedRum


    03:50 br i would tend to push the JTo, even though i don't love it pre ante.
    we are 7 max and the SB is sitout, definitely bottom range
  • BubbleNedRum


    07:35 i or/f the 98o bl
    10:02 i isoshove the 55 tl

    i really enjoy live videos, because they have mostly more interesting spots than session reviews, because hero(s) run in the latter pretty well, getting positive setups etc.
    12 tabling is perfectly fine for me :)
  • CollinMoshman


    #1 L0rdOfFreedom: It's a non-allin allin, so that our opponents have to do an extra step to process that it's effectively a shove for the amount of our starting stack. Recreational players will also often call pre and then fold the flop.

    #4/#5 BubbleNedRum:

    Thanks, really glad you enjoy the live videos, and appreciate the feedback on table count :)

    JTo: Close spot but shoving definitely reasonable.

    98o: With a reg in the SB and loose-looking player in big blind, I prefer folding here.

    55: I'm not seeing this hand?
  • CollinMoshman


    #3 Madein1984: I agree, the shove is too loose. A7o is the bottom in Nash. Thanks for pointing this out.

    #2 Sm0kert: Thanks! In terms of this hand, I'm not seeing it at 34:10 (the end of the video)?
  • golfu


    Thanks Colin for sayin Hello to me, at the beginning of that video :D

    Great video as always !!!
  • BubbleNedRum



    lol i really saw 55 instead of the 65 :)

    98o: SB looks reggish, but still quite tight and 15/14 players resteal way tighter than nash pre ante. the BB will defend a lot, but we have a hand that flops well and are IP against a fish, so i am quite confident playing postflop
  • CollinMoshman


    #8 Golfu: Haha no problem and tanks, glad you liked the vid!

    #9 BubbleNedRum: I've made similar mistakes when playing unfortunately :)

    For 98o, my default is to fold there, but sure you can definitely open with the right reads.
  • L0rdOfFreedom


    #6 I know, but it works only for push/fold strategy players. In this spot it is much better to take dead money by just shoving, becouse everytime you get called you are loosing. BB gets nice odds to call and you can't really outplay him on this stack.

    Similiar situation with AKo. Imo push have more value there.
  • thetrader789


    33:14 ATS you shove against a flat call from the biggest stack at the bubble...Why ?
    but as usual nice video :))
  • dgk1982


    Hi Collin.
    The video is great as always. Thanks a lot!
    My question is:
    15:12 - top left table, call of 3bet-push with ATo... is it ok? We need about 38% for this call, but I think we have only 30%. What do you think?

    Thanks in advance.
  • centist


    05:30 You fold AQ on the turn. Seems really tight fold to me. What do you think his range is?
  • CollinMoshman


    #11 L0rdOfFreedom: I agree that we want to maximize fold equity with most of our range. I believe this is often better accomplished (by a slight margin) with minraising, but shoving is of course the conventional/solid play.

    #12 thetrader789: I believe a lot of his flatting range will fold to my shove, bringing me HU vs a wide range with a lot of dead money. ALso I only bubble if the short stack wins the main pot and I lose the side. Glad you enjoyed the video.
  • CollinMoshman


    #13 Dgk: Thanks! In the AT hand, unless he's very tight his range should be wide enough that we have over 38% equity, including a lot of pairs we're racing against, some suited aces we dominate, and broadway combos.

    #14 Centist: I agree it's a tight fold, but I don't think he's barreling too many worse hands here. AJ/AK/99 all in his range, we're beating AT, A8 and lower mainly folding pre besides some suited combos, and draws I'd expect to mainly check back or size larger. What do you think?
  • borzaaa


    robot play can t see the range of the opponents
  • centist


    #16 You're right, he probably checks back most of the worse hands and draws. Tough spot. Awkward stack sizes, but I guess you could also 3bet preflop.
  • xamenator123RNMD


    Hi CollinMoshman , could you please play live tourneys something like 11$ The Big or other one and comment ?


    12.47 You folded A10o from bb to raise from MP2. But this is nash shove
  • mihuan612


    Hi ColllinMoshman, What overall vpip you have in 180-man, I'm 24-tableling, and my vpip/pfr is like 16.5/14.5. Is that too low?