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Thinking Like a Winner: An Introductory Series (Part 5) 

Beginner Heads Up SNG Poker Video Instructional Series

Waldie concludes his 5 part beginners heads up poker series by reviewing the material covered in this series, as well as new discussion about what it takes to successfully conquer new buyin levels. He uses his own experiences as examples of what works and what does not work.

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Thinking Like a Winner: An Introductory Series (Part 4) 

Waldie Talks About Heads Up Sit and Go Poker Flop Play

In part 4 of the Thinking Like a Winner series, Waldie reviews play of HUSNG member Jakester at the $30 turbo level. He talks about playing a vulnerable top pair hand on the flop and navigating latter streets in a larger pot.

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Thinking Like a Winner: An Introductory Series (Part 3) 

Waldie Talks About Forming Hand Ranges And Hand Reading In Heads Up SNG Poker

Waldie continues his Thinking Like a Winner Series.  In this episode, he talks about formulating ranges and hand reading.  He also discusses bet sizing and turn play, with a demonstrated with a combination of hand samples and slides.

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Thinking Like a Winner: An Introductory Series (Part 2) 

Waldie discusses preflop 3-betting in heads up sng poker

In part two of this introductory series, Waldie primarily discusses preflop 3-betting in heads up sng poker and how to adjust 3-bet ranges based on your opponent with gameflow considerations.  He also talks about continuation betting and board texture.  He uses a presentation format to deliver the information in this video.

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Thinking Like a Winner: An Introductory Series (Part 1) 

Waldie debuts with an introductory heads up sng poker series

Waldie191 makes his debut with part 1 of a 5 part series titled Thinking Like a Winner.  The first video opens up with a basic overview of heads up sng poker strategy.  Discussion includes how to form hand ranges from both the small blind and big blind and how to analyze board texture, particularly in the early blind levels/deeper effective stacks.

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