Multi-tabling microstakes SNGs

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $1 - $5
  • Fullring
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Description

This video by Collin Moshman will show you the perfect way how to crush single table SNGs on the lowest stakes. Our coach will be multi-tabling up to 8 tournaments at the same time, explaining all of his decisions. Enjoy!

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9max collin ICM live play micro stakes PokerStars PT4 sng tiled

Comments (31)

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  • boumiii

    #3

    NH VIDEO
  • parapanzas

    #5

    very good
  • unjustice007

    #8

    very good and very educational
  • dcattani

    #10

    I have learned some thing, thanks
  • numiga

    #11

    very nice!!
  • CollinMoshman

    #13

    Thanks guys, really glad everyone's enjoying it so far. Just wish I spoke more languages ... :D
  • maynardfan88

    #17

    how many buy ins would you recommend to play 7$, 45man Sng's turbo?
  • meandi289

    #18

    such a great video to follow up
  • Piotrek2345

    #19

    Very very nice. I like sng micros hehehe :@ o kurde
  • Arunciuz

    #20

    lol
  • daniroxx100

    #21

    super video gefällt mir! kann man echt was lernen. very nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    daniroxx100!!
  • gozilcho

    #22

    lol super
  • Machkist

    #23

    Thancks
  • IgnasKK

    #26

    In your book you say it is better to fold AK instead of going all in in the early stage, but now you say if "this guy goes all in and this guy calls, I will be willing to stack off", can you explain please?
  • wikput

    #27

    0:0:55s If he didnt raise this flop he hadnt Kx and by this stack and u had clear value bet from draws and Tx hands
  • brunoluis

    #28

    nice
  • Adisavix

    #29

    very good
  • CollinMoshman

    #30

    #17 Maynardfan88: I would recommend 300 BI, although it depends on your edge and other factors like whether you're willing to risk having to reload.

    #26 IgnasKK: Good question, it just depends on the exact situation. For example if an unknown openshoved hand #1 on the button, I would snap-call AK from the blinds. If a tight reg opened UTG and we 3bet him + called it off, that would be a real mistake.
  • CollinMoshman

    #31

    Thanks everyone else for the nice comments and feedback, I'll definitely be doing more live play videos soon.
  • bibidor

    #34

    loll
  • Sepurta

    #37

    Nice video. I like how you explain your play for begginers
  • davidnguyenct

    #38

    Yeah, this is really awesome. After i played for a year, just now i find a great investment in my poker playing manner
  • davidnguyenct

    #39

    Hi Dajboze and welcome to our forums. I hope you poker learning goes well and that you make loads of $$$$.
  • BRYANHN

    #40

    Como siempre el video esta en ingles
  • chaparrito77

    #41

    Nice Video Collin
  • KosttuxxRNMD

    #42

    To play diferent types of poker at the same time is good idea? isn't better to play same types ant the same time?
  • mmotrea

    #43

    nice style game
  • ciepa93

    #44

    good video but those need more instructive. very helpful
  • s8829988299

    #45

    Wow! I love your video ,it is pretty awesome.
  • pokerman911985

    #46

    hi

    very nice video. I am a beginner and i did try to play with 2 tables 1$ SnG but i play very skittish because of this and lose some tables. what do you suggest? that i play at this moment only 1 table till i have more experience.
  • JiggyStar

    #47

    Hello Collin, a nice video like always. I have adopted your hud and I wanted to know what are the optimal Raise First in BB,SB and Fold to Steal from the Big Blind? I have a changing colour HUD in which I had set the stat numbers to turn green when it's exploitable and red when I should be more aware of, so I want to change those stats accordingly but I dont know when it's too big or too low :) Thank you.