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Originally Posted by floweryhead I’ve read his book a few years ago and have a coplin lying around somewhere. Currently I need to learn more basic concepts first.
Collin Moshman’s Sit N Go Strategy
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Stealing blinds with solid hands would sum up this strategy section. For every self-promotional item you share, you must contribute 10x as much through comments or threads. Just an idea but one that we could use to demonstrate ideas from the book.
With a brand that continues to attract recreational players, you will be surprised how consistently sgn can make money there. I am not sure though, that it is practical to play our training sessions in special place where only members will play. Real life poker couple Kristen Bicknell who is signed by partypoker and Alex Foxen made the final table of a tournament at The Venetian in Las Vegas last month.
This story still has the poker community talking. We’re here for poker! Like most SNG Moshmn Strategies Collin Moshman divides his ideas up into the early, middle and late games based on blind levels — with a separate section for in the money play and career play too.
Thanks for the detailed input! Originally Posted by basse Thanks for the detailed input! Furthermore there is an additional incentive to get involved early in the game, which is that your opponents will also have tight standards for playing back at you, making your steals more profitable.
But for me, that is the next level. I might rate it higher, but I really haven’t had a chance to experiment with its teachings. If we keep it at the lowest buy in limit and everyone snh it seriously it could work well. Rylan rated it really liked it May 01, I didn’t think about it that way, and you’re all right, it would be self defeating setting the strategy against itself.
What kind of hands do you raise with? Everyone folds to you on the button. This is required as it makes it much easier to read your post and understand collinn situation, which will help get you better feedback.
Join more thanactive members on our forum. The first part to the “Critical Concepts” section expands on this, talking about tournament equityand gives an example of two players going all-in, and how part of their tournament equity is distributed to the remaining players, rather than all being won by the winner.
Phil Williams rated it really liked it Jul 05, October 21st,6: Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is not the most fun book to read. Apparently David Sklansky dubbed this the gap concept. We recommend this book and suggest ordering a copy from Amazon or whichever bookstore you use today.
Collin Moshman – Sit ‘n Go Strategy study group – Tournament Poker
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Do not ask for any type of ghosting while playing and follow Reddit’s user agreement. Originally Posted by Fahrenheit AAli Boukerch rated it it was ok Oct 28, Ok I do have the book, so I’m in! Page 1 of 3 Use the arrow to the right to read the next 2 page s. The argument for betting is that if the small blind has a lone diamond, you want to charge him now.
To identify good opportunities to open more marginal hands, you need to be playing few enough tables where you can pay attention to your opponents, or at the very least least take a second to glance at stats from a heads-up display.
Mosh,an Posted by missjacki My opinion on this question: Looking For Study Group. Rereading the whole thing couldn’t hurt though!