Spin&Go at $60 with coffeeyay

  • Spin & Go/Twister
  • Spin & Go/Twister
  • $60
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Our partners at HUSNG.com and their star coach Coffeeyay present an episode of play at the highest stakes of PokerStars.com' Spin&Go tables. coffeeyay is going to analyze a game with a 10x multiplier: not only will he show how to review your most important decissions in PokerTracker 4, but also will discuss what adjustments you could use to win the high 10x multiplier that will be covered in this video.
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Comments (18)

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  • tonypmm

    #3

    Thanks for making the video avaliable to Gold, it's such a gift! (I'd gladly pay $7.99 for it in the store in a heartbeat.) That said, showing how you patiently wait for your turn in the Spinwiz queue (and even have to cut out a piece in the recording) instead of firing up a tourney manually is really bad, detracts from your credibility.
  • tonypmm

    #4

    * $8.99, obviously, but still 1-figure :)
  • tonypmm

    #5

    It's funny that you're showing the cashier balance off (and it's most likely far from your entire net worth), be cautious with it!

    @4:41 I really don't like the preflop check: as SB is expected to have a tight 4bet-shoving range, we have an easy fold to a 4bet (being far behind pretty any hand in that range). I'd isoraise to 50 for value. That would also give me more credit in future spots when I'd iso with worse hands. If the opponent is observant enough, he'll make a note that we check strong hands, hence our stealing range is weak.
  • svonja

    #6

    Coffeeyay present an episode of play at the highest stakes, nice
  • 2Girls1TAG

    #7

    useless promotion video for a useless and way to expensive spin and go video paket):
  • tonypmm

    #8

    Well, it's sad to say, but I indeed grasped hardly anything from it :(

    Don't get scared by comment #2 - it's by a Russian-speaking poster who wanted to write in Russian that the video doesn't load for them ("видео не грузит"), but forgot to switch the keyboard layout from English to Russian and produced a comment that doesn't make sense in English.

    @5:51 Minraising A6o BvB is good not because it 'minimises the variance' (there's no such thing at all in an SNG because one can't cash the chips out at any time; it's win-or-lose, and the probability of winning the whole thing is what matters and has to be maximised), but because it's most +EV - BB's range is rather unelastic, many folds to the minraise and hardly any light 3bet shoves are expected. As Moskvyak (the Russian community Spin coach) says, don't flip when you have an easy exploitive strategy.
  • tonypmm

    #9

    * I mean, there *is* variance in SNGs, but it's quite fixed. As soon as the prize pool in play is known (be it $120 or 162000), the variance in the strict sense depends only on place probabilities (and only slightly), no matter the playing style. In the winner-take-all structure, the probability of winning is positively correlated with the stack size (not totally proportional to it, though - the effective stack depth and relative skill matter too), but the stack size can't be assigned a real-time monetary value like in a cash game.
  • tonypmm

    #10

    Heh, the max prize at the 60s is actually 2400 BIs since today - there's a 2400x running right now.
  • tonypmm

    #11

    Oops, 240x, my bad, I can't count zeros well :D
  • schneijder22

    #12

    I mean, there *is* variance in SNGs, but it's quite fixed. As soon as the prize pool in play is known (be it $120 or 162000), the variance in the strict sense depends only on place probabilities (and only slightly), no matter the playing style. In the winner-take-all structure, the probability of winning is positively correlated with the stack size (not totally proportional to it, though - the effective stack depth and relative skill
  • Moskvyak

    #15

    I wish Coffey train more people)
  • kstar2010

    #16

    very nice vid, TY
  • Tim64

    #17

    Hey, nice to see you on here, coffeeyay! @5:26 dislike the raise 84o with justification that opponent has been 'really tight'. He hasn't called any raises when oop, but he called last time he was ip and won the hand with a float. I'd assume this will encourage him to call more bvb and there aren't many hands that play worse than 84o post.
  • thodorigo

    #18

    Isn't it better to play those 5$ with spin at 1M?
  • yabiraa

    #19

    Isn't it better to play those 5$ with spin at 1M?
  • PalmaPro

    #20

    Absolutely horrible video
  • pablo55

    #21

    hahaha, really! this video sucks so much, hahah its actually amazing
  • Cyfron

    #22

    what a joke vid ...