sa1251 Two-Tabling Micro Stakes Heads Up Turbos Part 2

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Joined: Oct 21 2009

Continuing where we left off with part one, Sean once again two tables at micro stakes, and does not use a HUD or other software aids, which allows him to develop and discuss his reads and adjustments naturally. In part two, Sean plays faces two opponents that he has no history with.

Viper_ex's picture
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Joined: Jun 28 2012
 Hello, I can't call myself

 Hello, I can't call myself heads up expert (yet) but no kidding on last hand A3o and shove? Against potentially weaker opponent for 60 chips? No offense but it looks like a tilt for me, can you explain why is it 'definitivly shove'? ... Appricated :)

adam25185's picture
Joined: Mar 19 2012
Uhuh. Looks like a mistake to

Uhuh. Looks like a mistake to me too. Ace-rag is an open shove below 15 bbs only.


RyPac13's picture
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Joined: Oct 21 2008
If an opponent is limping a

If an opponent is limping a lot of middling hands, it's probably a fine-good shove at 17bb.

If the opponent is limping a polarized range and/or trapping, then it can be a bad thing to do.

Plenty of room to check back here, but I think the above advice should cover most situations generally.

Tipton's "GTO" ranges shoves at 15bb 50% of the time and checks back 50% of the time FWIW.

coffeeyay's picture
Joined: Jan 3 2011
RyPac is spot on here. Also

RyPac is spot on here. Also worth mentioning that open shove ranges have nothing to do with shove-over-limp ranges ;)