Originally Posted by losched16
Hey guys, as you may have seen in my previous thread (http://www.cardschat.com/f57/group-s...ay-4th-196859/
), I host a weekly SnG study session. Today, we completed a group session on bubble and ICM analysis. I am having another session next Wednesday, May 11th at 12:00pm (EST or GMT -5).
The plan right now is to discuss post flop play in the early and mid game stages of SnGs. While the majority of profits come from proper bubble play, it is also important that you are not leaking chips in the early going and also getting maximum value for your made hands. We will be discussing board texture, pot control, proper bet sizing, steals/re-steals, c-bets, and other post flop play strategies.
If you are interested in being a part of the study session, just PM me or send a contact request on Skype. Also, I started this new thread because I will be hosting this session every Wednesday, so I will just keep adding to this thread each week to provide any updates.
Hey, it's that time again for our weekly group SNG session. It will be on Wednesday, May 25th at 12:00pm EST. I was away for a wedding since Thursday, so I would usually post this info before the weekend.
Just to recap, over the past 3 weeks, here is what we have covered (contact me if you would like the content from the previous sessions. I am still working on compressing the video recordings so that the files do not take 20+ hrs to download):
May 4th: ICM and push/fold
May 11th: Post Flop play in the early and mid game
May 18th: Full SNG game review
This week, we are going to do hand history review on Common SNG Scenarios. Types of hands and scenarios that will be included are:
. 3-bet ranges: What range and how much?
. Push/Fold Scenarios
. Playing against limpers: When to shove over top and with what range
. Playing tricky hands preflop and post flop (ie. JJ preflop in early game facing a raise)
. Playing AK at different stages
. Appropriate times to make marginal calls
. Bubble Play as the medium stack
. etc, etc, etc....
There are tons of different scenarios that pop up daily which cause us trouble. This session will be used to address these difficult, yet common situations. So, if you have a hand and would like to analyze how to play it, please send it to me for review. If you like, I will keep your name anonymous and replace it with HERO.
Please send me a Skype request if you would like to participate in this week's group session.