Close spots in the late stage of a $8 rebuy

  • MTT
  • MTT
  • $6.50 - $27
  • Shorthanded
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Description

In this video Katie will review a $8R2x turbo MTT, with a particular focus on the late stages and the final table. The decisions will be double checked with the help of Hold'em Resources Calculator.

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calculator final table holdem hrc late PokerStars Rebuy resources Session Review tournament

Comments (11)

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  • darkonebg

    #1

    Enjoy the video and leave your questions below!
  • datawave

    #2

    Nice, it's been a while :)
  • 1Wishes1

    #3

    Nice vid!
    Maybe you can also show the range graphics next time? At least for me it would be much easier to memorize them that way.
    Cheers :)
  • pedro76pt

    #4

    Nice vid. When blinds are too high i´ve dificult to read stacks too so i´ve the number of bb´s on hud.
  • thetrader789

    #5

    Well done Katie ! very nice vid as usual... 28:00 the pair of TT is an easy fold for me as well vs the 4 Bet... too much action vs multi opponents starting from UTG is often not healthy for our stack :)
  • taschendamenfalter

    #6

    i really appreciate that both of you (you and collin) almost always take a look on nash ranges (or even verify them in hrc) in crucial spots rather than just announce "easy shove", "clear fold" etc.
  • benaars

    #7

    Hello,
    03:42 you are saying that you have 11bb and thus you dont have a minraise range here, I am kind of confused since there are antes in play which means you have ~7 blinds with antes. Don't you in general use ante adjusted BB to determine stack depth? Because IMO with 11bb ante adjusted you should have a minraise range, but with 7bb ofc not.
  • KatieDozier314

    #8

    @datawave: Ty

    @1Wishes1: Thanks for the great idea!

    @pedro76pt: Good suggestion!

    @thetrader789: Thank you!

    @taschendamenfalter: I appreciate that! I try to make the videos in the same way that I go about studying-- which always includes pulling up Nash! :)
  • KatieDozier314

    #9

    @benaars: In general, I use the ante-adjusted big blind for a baseline, but if I have a nominal 11 BB stack but an ante-adjusted 7 BB stack, this doesn't mean that I can only play shove/fold in every situation, especially since most players do not adjust enough for the ante and instead focus solely on the nominal stack.
  • allinski74

    #10

    interesting
  • Georgedur

    #11

    In the no-allin allin situation what % of our stack we put in the pot?
    p.s. sorry for my English lol