Live 180man and Turbo MTT Session!

  • Sit and Go
  • SNG
  • $1 - $27
  • Fullring
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Description

Collin plays a session of 180man SNGs and turbo MTTs, focusing on his exact in-game decision-making process. Topics include pre-flop ranges, optimal HUD use, exploiting specific reads, and finding the best postflop line.

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Comments (21)

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  • Spheremaster

    #1

    great video very helpful thanks mate
  • AAAdiAAA

    #2

    How many tables are you playing?
  • nedl9vsex

    #6

    Good!
  • CollinMoshman

    #8

    Thanks Spheremaster and Nedl9vsex, appreciate that.

    AAAdiAAA, I'm playing around 12 tables for most of this video.
  • vasikq

    #9

    good
  • JimmkCZ

    #10

    focus on exact game process...Thank you Spheremast Nedl9vsex you are great...
  • chaparrito77

    #11

    Nice video Collin
  • aapkokoRNMD

    #12

    HI COlin,

    Did you check the call with Q5o at 25.00? My gut tells me its pretty big fold. But could be wrong of course :)
  • leoaxinte

    #13

    important
  • CollinMoshman

    #14

    Very glad people are enjoying the video, thanks.

    #12 aapkokoRNMD: Nice point. You're right, it is a fold in Nash. Since we'll only have ~ 4bb if we fold, we might use FGS which makes it close but still a fold unless we widen his range a few %.
  • jmm88

    #15

    Nice Video Collin, i see that you have a $27 25K, instead of one of $30 180 man. do you play 180 man sngs higher than $15 or its difficult to find 180 man in higher levels?.
  • vichka1507

    #16

    well
  • Hermelo

    #18

    Very nice video, thanks a lot!
  • lila28

    #19

    Hey Collin,
    Great video as always.
    Wanted ask about K4s on 6:48 on 27$ tournament.
    I seen in video some hands what seemed similar tight folds also.
    I have seen lot other video authors and my coach suggesting it very easy call with given pot odds. What is your reasoning for folding hands as strong k4s? What different stack sizes you would not fold K4s there?
  • GonciSandor

    #20

    Good ! :)
  • rafaeltuim

    #21

    Thank you Collin, very helpfull
  • FreddyCrooks

    #22

    Thanks man! It helps allot!
  • Saneok777

    #23

    translate this video in russian please
  • jvivas1990

    #25

    nice video Colin
  • koki19RNMD

    #26

    great video!!!
  • pokerpowl

    #27

    Why Non allin allins? What is the benefit?