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77 all-in - Mon Sep 30, 2013, 11:32 PM
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Hi 360mansng 50 cents
After TheLangolier had advised on other hands Ive played in 360mansng and his words of wisdom in live training Ive tried to loosen up in these micro buyins ,was certainly thinking about villians play as if they were much high buyin.This means Im only playing for top 4 spots as min cashes are only around 3 x BI .With this in mind Im show cant fold here .Possible ALL In should have been my first move ? the table had been folding to my bets anyway except for big stack who was playing about 47/36 I think so expected him to call or come over the top.
So Think I played this correct or should I just shove from the get go ?

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Mon Sep 30, 2013, 11:57 PM
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Hi Brett,

With a 9bb stack, the only real play here is all in preflop. We have 3 players left to get through so very likely the best hand, good fold equity to pick up the 5250 in the middle (a huge 23.5% increase in our stack) when they fold, a hand that plays well vs. calling ranges, and only 1 stack that can actually bust us while 2 really short stacks may make a desperate stand with anything.


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77 allin - Tue Oct 01, 2013, 08:38 AM
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TY Dave I thought as much ,still trying to grind the nit out of myself im getting there ,but takes time .However the more towards a LAG I get the deeper Im getting in these ,so think I just about getting balance right ,running 50% ITM inc couple FTs ,1 x 2nd so getting it sorted


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