OMGClayDol continues his live-play video from last week, running deep in multiple 180man fields.
OMGClayDol teaches you how to beat the 180-man turbos on PokerStars. Topics include, but are not limited to: Multi-tabling, "Peak" times, Attainable ROIs, estimated hourly, differences between buy-in levels, Using software (HEM, Sharkscope/OPR etc), Bankroll Management, variance, etc.
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Hey guys just wanted to make a comment regarding some of the final table hands in his HH. I made a few shoves which were pretty suicidal because of ICM, specifically 2 or 3 of the last hands. K6o K9s etc both probably should be folds on a final table. I was a bit ignorant on ICM in this series and have since accepted that it should be taken a bit more seriously than I have demonstrated and implied. I still definitely maintain/agree that we should not fully account for ICM, that is to say our range should be in between the cEV and ICM ranges, but some of my ranges were too far weighted towards cEV, i.e. disregarding icm too much. The K6o was actually particulary terrible and as a general note just take into account the fact that even though it may be a higher rated hand etc based on Stove k6o has significantly worse equity than even 65s vs. a calling range. If anyone has any questions regarding this and general final table/icm matters please feel free to ask. Sorry for this mistake guys.
When you squeeze jammed with 84os. i was told its better to squeeze hands with at least ok etquity such as 89os j9os, if u get called when u ship 84os ur fucked lol. i know ur assuming he calls rarely but occasinaly when the fish finds a call ur bleeding etquity...