Playing vs regs - postflop lines and bubble play

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Collin analyzes two recent $60 9man turbo SNGs he played and focuses on optimal play vs regs, postflop lines, and bubble play.


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  • s0cru3l


    8: 52 QTo what about r/c SB and r/f others...talentaki is tighter reg, dont expect him to shove nash range...the thing about shoving is that it is obvious you are not shoving top range so he can call wider, which is bad hands like QTo,
    +when raising i am not sure if BU is going much wider than nash
  • s0cru3l


    nice vid collin, thx!
  • s0cru3l


    ** i meant BU could call wider**
  • CollinMoshman


    #1 S0cru3l: Thanks! For the QT hand, we can't r/f against the blinds, so it mainly comes down to the button. If he were a weaker player, I would like r/f vs him, and then crying call Talentaki. But he is good reg who will shove much wider than he'll call. So I would sometimes minraise here with premium hands and the occasional r/f, but for the most part it's best to play shove/fold here.
  • RaikoK


    thank you collin! love your work!
    please make 9man live and replayer videos more and more :)
  • DrPepper


    I don't understand why someone would ever play these games. You basicly have to think that you are a huge lot better than all the other regs to make this a profitable table. I'm pretty sure that noone beats the rake here. Even on the 30s it's hard for me to imagine that you can beat these games anymore. There's only so much you can do with skill in this format as the rake is so high and there's so many spots where just everybody plays nash and nobody makes money.
  • SergioSan90