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About saukendar

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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    32Red Poker
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    7H8H
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    Programmer
  • Favorite place to play
    Las Vegas, NV

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    saukendar

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  • Lifetime total

    $82

  • Biggest Cash All Time

    $58

  • Number of cashes

    3

  • Average cash

    $27

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  1. I'm not as sure knocker that a 10BB shove into an unopened pot is an "always has it" spot even on the bubble, maybe even especially on the bubble as abusing the bubble is still a really good strategy. Depending on the average stack, he can be open-shoving 10BBs as wide as any A, any pair, any 2 paint and suited connectors down to 87. I don't always even look to shove in his spot if the average stack is 30BBs+ or if the next blind level will hit (and make my current stack 5BB-7BB) before I go through the blinds. I will say that the shorter the average stack the more likely he is to have it as the variance is higher as the stacks get shorter, making waiting it out on marginal holdings an ever better bet. You didn't say what the average stack was or how long till the next level at this point so it's a bit hard to say if the call was a good bet. In general in small buy-in live tournies near me you are probably looking at a 30BB-50BB average stack on the bubble and the call is correct. The average stack and time remaining are almost always on screens around the tourny tables. my 2 cents
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