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  1. I think with blinds at 1200/2400 we have 2 options here....open shove or fold. With less than 10 BB ourselves open shoving on a short handed table is not a bad option with the likely outcome that others will fold. However, with the big stack in the BB it is an ICM risk if called especially with some of the other short stacks here. I think I would base my decision on how widely you think the BB is calling a shove, if he is calling tighter then shove....If he is calling wider fold.
  2. Thanks bro, I've been meaning to get better at rivering the card I need more often!
  3. The spot you mention here plays itself, you played it correctly and simply got unlucky mate. Are you dwindling down your stack later in a tournament simply because you are going card dead? Or do you tighten up towards the end of a tourny? My advice would be look for opponents you think you can put pressure on with some 3 bets, open looser in late position, take the chance to steal blinds and antes when you can.
  4. I agree with KillingBird, the bigger your skill advantage the less showdown you should be aiming to get to. Slowly increase your stack in good spots. Again it is very opponent dependent though as if you are up against super aggro players there will be spots where you will need to take a spot to go all in and build your stack for a deep run.
  5. My 1st post here and just wanted to see what the consensus was for this hand. We had just gotten to the FT of the $16.50 20k gtd turbo. 9 handed utg I get JJ and min raise (sb 12.5k bb 25k). I have 470k to start the hand and get shoved on by the table chip leader (890k). There are 2 stacks on the table that have between 250-350 in chips and one with 400K, all stacks relatively close together. At the time it seemed like a standard call for 19bb after min raising, I imagine the big stack shove range to be AK AQ AJs and 88+ , does this seem like the right call to make or can I get away from this? Winning the pot would have put me in the clear chip lead with 40bb and a great spot to take it down. He had AKs and hit the K on the turn, but I was happy with the call at the time and I think I still am now. Appreciate all feedback. Cheers, Mike
  6. Just realised I've posted this in Poker Community....Any idea how I move it to Advice and strategy? :) Cheers
  7. Hey guys, My 1st post here and just wanted to see what the consensus was for this hand. We had just gotten to the FT of the $16.50 20k gtd turbo. 9 handed utg I get JJ and min raise (sb 12.5k bb 25k). I have 470k to start the hand and get shoved on by the table chip leader (890k). There are 2 stacks on the table that have between 250-350 in chips and one with 400K, all stacks relatively close together. At the time it seemed like a standard call for 19bb after min raising, I imagine the big stack shove range to be AK AQ AJs and 88+ , does this seem like the right call to make or can I get away from this? Winning the pot would have put me in the clear chip lead with 40bb and a great spot to take it down. He had AKs and hit the K on the turn, but I was happy with the call at the time and I think I still am now. Appreciate all feedback. Cheers, Mike
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