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I shall have to await and see. SNG Bubble concepts involving equity are simple to understand in terms of one player not wanting to bust out while there is a micro-stack at the table.
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Taras Petruk rated it liked it Dec 07, Learn from online pros. October 18th,3: Thomas Evans rated it really liked it Jan 04, Originally Posted by floweryhead.
I’ve read it once 2 years ago, then I read it again about a month later. Normally I would not have posted anything for this section, as it is extremely brief, but I had some questions that I’m curious to hear other people’s opinions on.
Apr 11, Christoph Weber rated it it was amazing Shelves: Therefore the benefit of playing tight early is that it allows you to play many tables in a fairly mechanical style, while slowly increasing your equity during the low blind phase.
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But for me, that is the next level. October 21st,1: One nicely presented late-game idea is to push all-in with any 2-cards before losing your fold equity.
Collin Moshman’s Sit N Go Strategy
Your book isn’t that old but still. You betand he calls.
If you have never played SNGs before or even much poker then it gives a very good explanation of how sny play a tight aggressive style in the early blind levels and then become a LAG who relentlessly steals and resteals when the blinds are high and on the bubble. This is a discussion on Collin Moshman – Sit ‘n Go Strategy study group within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Would anyone be interested in doing a joint reading of Collin Moshman’s “Sit ‘n Go Strategy” book?
Fair enough everyone’s comments on my idea.
October 21st,6: This book provides a great overview of all the various stages of sit ‘n go tournaments and details specific strategies that should be applied in each stage. I read this book 2 times, advise everyone, indispensable sgn who plays micro buy-ins sng or mttsng Similarly, how to calculate cEV is explained: Alright, I’m going to get things started with a short note on the Introduction.
The biggest reason for this tight-early style is that when tables are populated by loose players, these players will tend to knock each other out, increasing your equity in the tournament even if your stack remains about the same. Ed Greening rated it really liked it Apr 26, With a brand that continues to attract recreational players, you will be surprised how consistently you can make money there.
In that sense it is fantastic. This is not the most fun book to read. That’s a great idea!
Questions How well do these concepts apply to other SNG structures? The author claims that pot odds are the nsg important concept in determining whether to call a bet. What kind of hands do you raise with? Collin Moshman – Sit ‘n Go Strategy study group.