I watched the video, and took notes.
Icemonkey9 claims he's not a coke addict. (Denial is the the first sign.)
Admits he stole strategy from Inscore77.
All Canadians are drunks.
At 12:55 he will... <shhhh!>
I'm hungry for some Fiddle Fa (http://jimmykimmel.net/hotlink/poppy****.jpg)ddle all of a sudden.
Icemonkey uses "Murphy's Law" psychic powers.
Players are tards.
Yea for me.
It's a lot like how I play double-or-nothing tournaments, only a bit looser. The big difference I see with double-or-nothings is that a normal-stacked, all-in coin flip situation is -EV.
That is, you have to win 55% of double-or-nothings to stay in the green, so if you put your entire (normal sized) stack on-the-line in A/K vs 8/8 situations you will lose money in the long run.
Of course, you need to make moves when you're stack dwindles. Because of fold equity, there's a big difference between shoving with A/Q and calling a shove with A/Q.
Nice video. I think I might try those games out sometime.