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77utg in 45man sng - Sat May 03, 2014, 05:31 PM
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do you think , that this is a fold? icmizer says yes, but can we play in this spot only by icm? isnt better to apply pressure and build a big stack?
 
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Sun May 04, 2014, 01:14 AM
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Hi scarface,

I assume this is the final table. You can play this spot any way you want of course, but if ICM says it's a fold, then shoving is making you less money than folding. Isn't it better to make the most money over the long run that we can?


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Sun May 04, 2014, 09:25 AM
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Hi scarface,

I assume this is the final table. You can play this spot any way you want of course, but if ICM says it's a fold, then shoving is making you less money than folding. Isn't it better to make the most money over the long run that we can?
The thing is that icm doesnt take in count the edge i can have with a big stack , thats because some players defend playing by chip ev in this spot , like acoimbra
 

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