Joined: Aug '08
Age: 36 (M)
Okay to bring you up to speed since i cut out some of the video by editing a callout over top. (silly camtasia term) Anyways i didint realize until hehe i cant believe im gonna get to use this term, Post-production lol. Needless to say i had KQ and flopped top pair with the original raiser acting first and check raising me with AK and K on flop. I got away with half my stack which brings you up to date to the video.
Please add any and all comments. Anything helps and im sorry for my running dialogue with myself during some of it. I cant help but say silly things when i talk to myself.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
Ouch, that wasnt a good start… after looking to the video, it doesn’t look like we are watching the same player who made that mess you told us before… By the way, I noticed you don’t play much on attacking when you are mid table… is that strategy?
Joined: Jan '10
Age: 54 (M)
Nice video and play Micro. I saw you didn't get good card too much, except your winning card come when you really needed ( right time ) but you finish 2nd place, almost 1st place. really wonderful !! Overall they play very nice,right ? I mean not much bad beat by crazy card like J3 os and call all-iner and win, wow.
Joined: Aug '08
Age: 36 (M)
In SnG's i can be a bit chaotic because im so used to mtt's where you can have a dozen sub par players filtered thru your table and each one playing Arag to death. The play is generally a bit tighter in SnG's. Thats just my observations.
I never like playing from the early middle position with a hand im not sure of. I would rather fold KJ in middle position where i risk others after me picking up a hand. I dont mind being reraised but generally i find my range is tighter then most so where i would open raise with A10d and then someone later picks up A9h they may go allin and ill have to fold losing those chips even though i was ahead. To me its a strategy i picked up in my freerollin days where dodging the "donkey" is the biggest challenge.
yeah serpang i was lucky to find some real nice spots to make some chips and the cards did come at the right time (when the blinds are worth stealing)
Nice video again. This one is my favorite since it's almost full tournament. Also no music and better quality from last one so 5/5 stars Comparing your style with mine it's like sugar and spice. I think you could improve your game much more by being more agressive in later stages but you placed 2nd so doesnt matter there i guess. As you said yourself it's tighter in SnG's than MTT's but still i think agressive pays off more.
Video advice: For next video you can try making video under 10 mins showing only interesting situations on table and all your hands played. Something similar to Pstars highlight videos with you commenting after you played and explaining. I personally loved this last one just to see whole perspective but it's better for your views to have more smaller ones, cheers.
p.s. That donk @ 50:00 betting low pair has no bussiness on final table. Oh and Q-7 is "computer hand" not Q-9, Q-9 is my favorite hand