Andy Live at $60 SNGs

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Apr 9th, 2011
Andy Carlson
Mid Stakes
Teaching Method:
Session Video 3+ Table
Full Ring
(2 Ratings) 10.00

Andy plays some $60 SNGs live!

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  • AndyCarlson AndyCarlson Bluefire Pro Poker Apprentice
    230 Posts
    Andy Live at $60 SNGs
    9 Apr 2011 at 1:24am
    Discussion for Andy Live at $60 SNGs.
  • Jimbozgrapes Jimbozgrapes Poker Prodigy
    345 Posts
    Re: Andy Live at $60 SNGs
    9 Apr 2011 at 2:50am
    Heyo Andy, Pre good video. I play on stars so imo the tournies are completely different with antes. As far as the A/7 hand, I think its a clear fold pre-flop. I believe you just more or less over thought the situation and tried to do something that seemed good, but really was just a little spewey. A/7o in the hi-jack is just really no good. Even with 3 people only calling/pushing 10% (which is about right) its not going to work as a steal enough, and it is just to much of your stack to be trying to steal with and fold to a re-raise. As played on the flop, some people are idiots and you just have to call them, this was definitely the case, and I would have called him as well. You were randomly clicking in some spots again, not a huge deal, but its a little annoying in terms of video quality, Annnd, I don't really know what to make of the limp-stabbing big stack vs big stack. Why wouldn't you just min-raise? Isn't a thinking player going to treat that the same way as limp min-betting any flop? Just with a min-raise preflop you are going to get a lot more folds I think. If the guy is super agro, I would be more inclined to just fold, then limp re-raise with value hands (or just min-raise which is even better I think). If he is passive, I would min-raise. If he was a calling station, then limp-stabbing will probably work the best, because you will get the most folds that way for the cheapest (if he calls 70-100% preflop, but only 35% on the flop, then limp min betting works a higher % then min raising obviously) . I think limp-stabbing as a basic strategy is pretty bad, because a lot of people are going to be raising your limp, and you are giving them a chance to hit the flop, which could be horrible if you hit a top pair-weak kicker type hand, and it would be a pretty tough spot oop to play. On that note, I think doing it to a random once is alright, because you look like your trying to trap, but multiple times against the same opponent is bad. Keep the videos coming! sng vids are my favorite right now haha.
  • Dalcon Dalcon Poker Newbie
    1 Posts
    Re: Andy Live at $60 SNGs
    12 Apr 2011 at 7:29am
    LOL merry christmas.

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