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MTT SNG Noob has a general strat question for you HUers.
September 15, 2012 - 01:56
Where I come from at 15bb or less with 30 tables running, anything I would consider flatting a raise or checking a limp is better for me to just shove. So I've been playing like that in HU at the end game which is obv a huge leak. What kind of ranges are you flatting min-raises with from 10-15bb. And are there hands that you should be flatting min-raises with vs. the standard TAG player at the low stakes who min-raise nearly every hand when they have a lead on you, and C-bets a high frequency and overvalues draws and top/middle pairs? In my head i'm thinking if they are raising nearly every hand I should just be shoving super wide, but I see a lot of videos with people flatting OOP really short and I dont know what kind of hands to do that with.
TL;DR. What is your flatting range shortstacked vs TAGs who raise nearly every hand and c-bet nearly every flop.
September 16, 2012 - 11:12#1
If what your saying is true I
If what your saying is true I would only flat to trap since vilain will fold so much to a shove and shove almost any two cards untill he adjusts. Ill give you a small example with 15bb.
Lets say vilain opens 60% with 15bb (22+,A2+,K2+,Q2+,J2s+,J5o+,T5s+,T7o+,96s+,98o,87s)
Lets asume that he calls with top 27% (22+,A2+,K8s+,KTo+,Q9s+,QTo+) I also included small pairs and weak Ax since non HU players often still raise call these hands instead of open shoving.
Assuming these tendancies we can shove this range: (54.4%) 22+,A2+,K2s+,K5o+,Q3s+,Q9o+,J4s+,J8o+,T4s+,T8o+,95s+,97o+,84s+,86o+,74s+,76o,63s+,53s+,43s
If vilain opens top 70% we can shove this range: (83.7%) 22+,A2+,K2+,Q2s+,Q3o+,J2s+,J4o+,T2s+,T5o+,92s+,95o+,82s+,84o+,72s+,74o+,62s+,64o+,52s+,53o+,42s+,43o,32s
I gave him a "tight" raising range according to your perception of your avr tag player and a pretty wide calling range. If he really raises wider then this you can start shoving way wider.
Pretty much the wider someone opens the less we want to flatcall since most of our equity in the hand comes from fold equity.