Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2)

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Dated:
Sep 18th, 2011
By:
Brian Fite
Game:
SNG/MTT
Stake:
Small Stakes
Teaching Method:
Session Video 3+ Table
Language:
English
Type:
Full Ring
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5 Comments
9.0010
(2 Ratings) 9.00

Brian continues with a few deep runs in some Cake MTTs.

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  • BrianFite BrianFite Bluefire Pro Poker Trainee
    167 Posts
    Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2)
    19 Sep 2011 at 1:26am
    Discussion for Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2).
  • Jimbozgrapes Jimbozgrapes Poker Prodigy
    345 Posts
    Re: Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2)
    20 Sep 2011 at 2:47am
    Bfizz, plan better and these will be sick videos, you kinda played like shit in a few spots but hey, 2/3o utg for 20bigs is perfect if you got the reads. Id like to see no review on the side because it detracts from everything else, but doing 6 tables and have a few back ups loaded is what i would like to see, go for a few hours or until you bust one you get deep in ect. Good stuff, keep it up!
  • pear_sven pear_sven Poker Trainee
    67 Posts
    Re: Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2)
    22 Sep 2011 at 12:34am
    New to mtt's but at 52 minutes shoving the 66's UTG+1 after that limper standard? Or is it better to reraise to 2600ish and fold to a shove when you ran into QQ's, thanks.
  • yummygummy yummygummy Poker Trainee
    41 Posts
    Re: Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2)
    23 Sep 2011 at 2:50am

    hey bfizz at 12.20 I think double barreling the Tc turn is a good card, because with your small cbet I think the majority of his range is ax, which he'll fold assuming it's not flushed and I think he folds alot of his small pps. It's also a great card for your range, but I don't know if he realizes that, but I still don't think it matters.

     

    i think you should elaborate your thoughts more.  During the ak hand 45 min in when the guy donks on the AJxss I assume you don't raise with 15bbs because the guy could bet fold jx and some other random hands, but alot of newer players might not realize that.

  • Jimbozgrapes Jimbozgrapes Poker Prodigy
    345 Posts
    Re: Re: Brian's Live Cake MTTs (2)
    25 Sep 2011 at 4:09am

    pear_sven wrote:

    New to mtt's but at 52 minutes shoving the 66's UTG+1 after that limper standard? Or is it better to reraise to 2600ish and fold to a shove when you ran into QQ's, thanks.

    If you look at the stack sizes of people left with cards, they all have from 8k-11.5k. The pot is 1950 before the limp, making the effective blinds around 1200/600. All of the other players with cards have less then 10 effective blinds, so if Bfizz raises to lets say 2k-2.4k, he will be priced in to call them, especially with the limper investing another 800 already. If he had raised to 2,400, the pot would have been over 5.5k. If the other player pushed 12k that makes the pot 17.5k well only being another 9.5 to call, nearly 2-1, which means he should be calling with those odds.

     

    There was also the fact that it was the bubble, and any thinking player would know to FOLD many holdings in that situation to make the money. A good player would fold all but premium pairs on the bubble with a good chip stack. This means that a large portion of the time he will be adding 10% to his stack uncontested, which is very good.

     

    Also, he was not UTG+1. He was utg+4.

     

    Hope this helps!

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