Fite Reviews a $3r 180man

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Dated:
Jun 17th, 2011
By:
Brian Fite
Game:
SNG/MTT
Stake:
Small Stakes
Teaching Method:
Replayed Hands
Language:
English
Type:
Full Ring
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6 Comments
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(1 Ratings) 10.00

Brian reviews a $3r 180man focusing on changing gears and playable hands in rebuys that might not be playable in freezeouts.

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  • BrianFite BrianFite Bluefire Pro Poker Trainee
    155 Posts
    Fite Reviews a $3r 180man
    18 Jun 2011 at 1:11am
    Discussion for Fite Reviews a $3r 180man.
  • rextar rextar Poker Newbie
    52 Posts
    Re: Fite Reviews a $3r 180man
    20 Jun 2011 at 5:03pm
    fite i can't figure out how to pm you but i got a daily 100k hh where i hit 13th in. some good plays and some not so good play for ya
  • BuckWild BuckWild Administrator Poker Pro
    590 Posts
    Re: Fite Reviews a $3r 180man
    20 Jun 2011 at 6:14pm
    Rextar, if you email it to support@bluefirepoker.com I will forward them to Brian for you.
  • Counterfit Counterfit Poker Newbie
    2 Posts
    Re: Fite Reviews a $3r 180man
    24 Jun 2011 at 8:53am
    I really enjoyed watching your 180 man videos. But I'm having trouble with a special situation. Regarding the FT oder 2 Tables left and you have about 15-20 BB. But there is a reg left to you which you know is shoving realitvely wide over your steal attemps if he has you covered . What do you suggest in these situations. I mean of course everybody says openraise tighter and call wider, but I have trouble to transfer this information in ranges. Especially hands like KTs+ KJo+, A2-A9 , 22-66/77 What do you do with these hands in that described situation. Can I really snap him off with that? Or do u shove the hands? Or just fold? And overall is it profitable to snap him off with the descriped hands when you have fold equity? I would love to see an answer maybe not just from fite ;)
  • BrianFite BrianFite Bluefire Pro Poker Trainee
    155 Posts
    Re: Fite Reviews a $3r 180man
    27 Jul 2011 at 12:49pm
    I am finding your question super hard to answer correctly. It is S0oo0OO0o player-dependent that I wouldnt feel comfortable advising you to play one way or another. Against a player I know is messing with me a ton, there is no way im going to turn a hand like K10s or KJ into a bluff. You should know once you raise if you are planning on getting it in with the described player. 15bb should be shoved, but again, there are so many times where im against an opponent who will 3b/fold to my 15bb open and im way better off 4b shoving kj. So, it really depends...and I would love to see some actual HHs before I say what is best.
  • BrianFite BrianFite Bluefire Pro Poker Trainee
    155 Posts
    Re: Fite Reviews a $3r 180man
    27 Jul 2011 at 12:49pm
    But ya, snap his @$$ off!!!

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