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XXChris123 Challenge - Fri Dec 30, 2011, 03:47 PM
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watch all of spacegravy videos
http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/art...eos-Spacegravy
then play 200 .....90 man s+g's 25 cent or and 50 cent
or play 200 ..... 90 man 50 cent or and 1.00 buy ins
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always ask yourself before you play a hand
what would spacegravy do
your results may look like this
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Game * Prizes Profit ROI ABI AFS R/A ITM ITM
Hold'em NL $126 $55 77% $1.25 260 2% 10/57 18%
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thats 18% ITM ... with a 77% ROI and a $55.00 profit with $126.00 in total prizes for month of December

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Date Tournament Game Buy in Entries Rank Prize
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 55 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 62 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 19 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 4 $7.78
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 2 $15
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 54 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 86 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 40 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 18 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 9 $1.21
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 34 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 48 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 26 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 51 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 39 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 76 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 81 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 75 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 35 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 7 $1.72
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 15 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 59 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 36 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 75 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 3 $5.67
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1 90 40 -
30 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $0.50 90 28 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1 90 25 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.50 90 64 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1 90 18 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.50 90 77 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.50 90 3 $5.67
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1 90 61 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.50 90 4 $3.84
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1 90 22 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 150 -
28 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 21 -
27 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 21 -
27 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1.23 90 45 -
27 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.50 90 29 -
26 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.50 45 35 -
26 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 2 $2.22
25 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 90 6 $1.08
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 85 -
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 151 -
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 74 -
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 77 -
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $3.30 2483 1196 -
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $3.30+ 716 563 -
09 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 77 -
08 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 138 -
04 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 2 $82
04 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 49 -
04 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 95 -
04 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 125 -
04 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.50 180 149 -
04 Dec 11 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.20 5579 4584 -
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 03:50 PM
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If you have read some of my recent replies you would see that I predicted that it would take 16% to 18% ITM on S+G's to return a profit . As you can see this small sample of 57 s+g's seems to bear that out so far.
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 04:06 PM
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Grayson's vids are all on 9-man's, so bear that in mind if you try to translate their usage to 90-mans. The optimal style of play required to succeed in either one is different, although I'm sure a good player can succeed in both.

Why pick 90-man's Chris? Curious.
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 04:28 PM
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9 mans are basically push fold after level 2, 90 mans are way different... you cant play them the same way and be profitable long term

what site is this where 45 and 90 mans seem to run so often?
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 04:48 PM
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If you take the Spacegravy opening ranges and apply it to all sng's you will find success. The 9 thru 45 mans play very much alike it is most peoples fear of busting that needs to change. Open great hands OOP and open the range as we get closer to the button. Problem is I keep seeing people play garbage hands from EP and MP like KQ and 98 and A9 and they wont change. Which is good for me because I just keep stacking their chips.
9 mans are nothing close to shove after level 2 unless you have spewed your stack playing too loose. If your stack is smaller than 20 bb's you should be trying to find a spot to get it all in while you still have fold equity. This does not mean we shove lightly or open lightly. We can blind down to 10 - 12 deep easily and still find good spots to go. Stick to his categories or those found in the PSO sng quiz and you will profit long term.

 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 04:53 PM
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If your stack is smaller than 20 bb's you should be trying to find a spot to get it all in while you still have fold equity. This does not mean we shove lightly or open lightly.
If you mean getting it in preflop, then unless it's with a monster hand, I always have trouble with this. My suited connector/small pocket pair resteals never seem to have any fold equity.



I just wait for the good hands or the 12bb point and then start shippin' away. Great post.
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 05:17 PM
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to me its just as easy to hit final table in a 90 as it is in a 45 man
90 man pays off 12 spots and 90 man pays off much nicer
lets say your skills will get you at least 16 % to 22 % in the money
if you play only 45 man you are closer to 22% ITM
if you play only 90 man you are closer to 16% ITM typically
.but the greater payoffs in 90 man make it far better
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spacegravy's videos can be adapted to MTT's , S+G's , and even cash tables.
In fact I have used his advice on all of those. Like cowboy stated combine Spacegravy and PSO course on S+G's and also use your own experience combine them all together and you should improve .
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I like sticking to 90 man when I am able because it gives a pure result rather than mixing 18 man 27 man 45 man and 90 man and 160 man . When you ,mix it up it alters the results
I prefer a stable amount to yield a more pure result from a math point of view

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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 05:31 PM
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those 90 mans are from poker stars they are not my results they are a friend of mines results
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 05:33 PM
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those 90 mans are from poker stars they are not my results they are a friend of mines results
ahh thanks... was hoping there was a Us friendly that actually ran biiger than 10 man double ups..
 
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Fri Dec 30, 2011, 05:41 PM
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ahh thanks... was hoping there was a Us friendly that actually ran biiger than 10 man double ups..

Yeah no chit,I had a chubby and my credit card at the ready...
 
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staying with 45 man - Fri Dec 30, 2011, 11:56 PM
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At the end of November I decided that I would not be playing enough to complete 100 games for Cowboys challenge. But I started to keep a record for my own information. Since then I have played 51 25 cent, 45 man tounaments with the following results, 14 ITM finishes for a percentage over 27, includung 8 top 3 finishes, 3 firsts, 3 seconds, and 2 thirds. My $12.71 profit leaves me 4 cents short of a 100% ROI. This does not mean I can bat your freinds results after 200 games, but it sure is a good start.
 
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Sat Dec 31, 2011, 12:25 AM
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that is a good start
 

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