bw07507 2-tabling 5.50 S&Gs

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bw07507

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Alright guys, been meaning to do this for awhile, just got around to it today. Its an hour and a half long video of me playing 2 tables of 5.50 S&Gs. I finish 2nd in one and dont place in the other. One takes almost an hour and a half, so be prepared, lol. I couldnt seem to get it to play on VLC media player (it stays on the same screen the whole time), but I did get it to play on WMP (I have divx codecs installed) and inside camtasia studio if u import the video file into the program. So if it doesnt work for you try playing it with something else. Not sure what i did wrong encoding it. I also didnt realize that my PAHUD stats were not showing the entire tournament, but I do read them off most of the time.

Anyways, feel free to comment on any hands here, theres a few interesting ones.

Heres the link

[broken link~tb]
 
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NineLions

NineLions

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Tried, bw, but apparently I need 6 hours to dl. Will try again when I have that much time to leave the computer on.
 
NineLions

NineLions

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Kind of late, I know, but I finallly managed to download it and view it to the point where you went out on the first table.

Looks pretty good to me. You probably didn't know at the time the HUD stats don't show on the video.

2 hands to comment on.

The AJ UTG, you probably should have pushed preflop, as you realized afterwards. I didn't notice at the time either, and I think the reason is the same for both of us; you were involved with the K high on the other table. The only reason that I mention this hand is to point out that this is something to watch out for playing multiable tourneys; standard plays at ring or early in tourneys may not be standard late, so maybe make a point of finishing off one hand before going to quickly act on another hand.

The other hand is 87o from the SB. You talk about not wanting to complete, but at this point the blinds are high and it's folded to you. I'd be 70% likely to raise, 30% fold, 0 call. Folding is okay, but I think you should consider raising when it's folded to you in this situation.

I didn't have time to finish watching, and it's on another computer, but mostly there's not much for me to comment on, ie. it's what I would have done in those situations.
 
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