MTT $215 - Sunday Million Sessionreview - Part 2/3

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Description

Jonathan Little plays on Poker Stars as part of the Sunday Warm Up. As this is the second part of the session he jumps straight into the action during this session review, where he looks into his opponents stacks and hopes to have some serious action.

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Comments (10)

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  • CBFunk

    #1

    Viel Spaß beim Schauen
  • Jakoebchen

    #2

    You really got to think about naming the videos different... It is starting to get confusing with all the Sunday Million Sessionreviews around :-)
  • TribunCaesar

    #3

    das ist ein altes video.....
  • poker4me

    #4

    seit wann werden hier alte vids als neue verkauft?
  • aciddrop

    #5

    Already been posted. Part 3 has been posted as well.
  • CBFunk

    #6

    Das Video wurde neu hochgeladen, da es bei der vorherigen Version nur mit dem alten Videoplayer abspielbar war.

    Versehentlich ist das Video deswegen bei "Neue Videos" gelandet, wurde aber nun gefixt
  • CBFunk

    #7

    sorry, its just a reupload. First link only worked with the old player, new link works with both.

    So it was accidentally in the "New Videos"-section, fixed it now
  • patatepowa

    #8

    small pairs suck in tournaments except at the beggining where everyone have big stacks.
  • sirilidion

    #9

    I notice you raise quite loose from every spot. from what limit would you recommend adapting a style like that because I don't see it being too profitable on the lower stakes. Also do you have a raising range or are you raising every hand depending on the situation.
  • JonathanLittle

    #10

    I tend to be a little loose and dont really have a set range for each position because your range should depend on your image and the rest of the table. You will find in the toughest online tournaments I play fairly tight and aggressive because I can no longer outplay those players. In general though, if you are much better than your opponents, you xan get away with playing loose.