Progressive Knockouts Review

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Description

Collin Moshman, on our users' request, explained the approach to Progressive Knockout tournaments and analysed several examples from the tables.

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Comments (7)

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  • JimmkCZ

    #2

    I am not sure if I am undestand. Why did you call with double two? Can I do this If I have all doubles in game? thanks, bye
  • MarinaOrel

    #3

    Thanks for good video, Collin! Is this concepts (17:48, for example) works not only in Progressive Knockout tourneys, but also in all knockout (not progressive) tourneys?
  • MarinaOrel

    #4

    And another question. For example, we play in $1.08+$0.27+$0.15 knockout mtsng, and starting stack is 1500 chips, Is this $0.27 bounty equal 20% of chips that is (0.27/0.27+1,08)=0.2=300 chips. Or its (0,27/0.27+1.08+0.15)=0.18 0.18х1500 = 270 chips ?
  • MisterHorace

    #5

    Great Collin thank you for making a SNG Knockout progressive video !
  • Shon0415

    #21

    Thank you verry good helping video nice!
  • ArunasKdn

    #30

    Nice Collin! :))
  • piro2011

    #31

    GOOD!!!! Thank you!