Key Hands From Collin's 2018 WSOP Main Event

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Our coach played the WSOP Main Event this year, this is his review of the most interesting hands. Enjoy and leave a comment below!

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  • itsshowtime

    #2

    Nice
  • Virus94

    #3

    Nice play
  • OldSchoolPapa

    #4

    Pretty interesting hands & lines. Thanks for sharing.
    I never played live events but i think that there is also psychological factors to take into accounts while playing and in the decision process. If players took pretty bad beats or have been dominated they will tend to play differently, probably even more than in online events since it will get more personal in an emotional side. Also if they have been playing many hours or many days for WSOP then the fact they get tired , exhausted or impatient to hit anything or to save their chips for the next day might also change their behavior and game. but well it's just a guess coming from a turtle :)
  • CollinMoshman

    #5

    Thanks guys! Papa, great point I definitely agree, that these less tangible factors are much more important playing in bigger live tournaments with long hours. And I think that a lot of online players (myself included for sure) should give these more thought when thinking about possible exploitive lines in live tournies.
  • OldSchoolPapa

    #6

    There is also one more interesting factor to take in consideration. For exemple the TV Tables. Some players will tend to make less hero calls to not look like donkeys in front of the world when some others will try stupid bluffs just to show to the world they can do. Some will also use that time to give to themselves an other image they can exploit later. I don't think the biggest pros fall into those pitfalls but im confident most players would and even some pros.
  • danku110593

    #7

    Joszaaar
  • Primrose6789

    #8

    Hand 8: Send Villain a "thank you"-basket :)) He missed tons of value in this hand.
  • CollinMoshman

    #9

    #8 Primrose: Haha yes I really should find his address and send him a nice basket :D
  • Masi11

    #10

    About that KJo hand which u did three bet pre. Wouldn´t it be better to 3-bet with suited broadways more often than offsuited. With suited one u have better equity when called against their ranges and flatting offsuited ones also allows you to play smaller pots with not that playable hands postflop.
  • olorunshogo24

    #11

    like
  • Pafneter

    #12

    Great stuff, keep it up guys and bring us always fresh content :)
  • jjjjrrcc

    #13

    exelente comentario mucha practica suerte
  • CollinMoshman

    #14

    Thanks Pafneter!

    #10 Masi11: That's a very good question, interestingly a lot of the time you're better 3-betting the offsuit broadways because the alternative is to fold them. Here for example, I would rather flat KJs and play in position, but with the KJo, I elect to put this hand in my light 3-bet range since otherwise it would just be a fold.
  • olorunshogo24

    #15

    i wil go for call rather
  • Masi11

    #16

    Ok that makes sense if you would fold it otherwise. I think flatting it would be a good option if he is opening with a wide range from HJ and if you know blinds are not gonna squeeze a ton. With KJo you can play a smaller pot in position against a wide range so it should perform pretty well post+you can dominate more hands when u hit the K or J on the flop.There is also a lot of hands which he would open but fold on that 3-bet. Also if you 3-bet the suited KJ it has a better playability in a bigger pot cause u can also hit the flush draw more often and I think you can realize your equity better with KJs when 3-betting it :)
  • interbul

    #17

    This is a very good video . I like this
  • Mavicsa

    #18

    szuper
  • speko253

    #19

    Ok