[Ita-eBook] Sit ‘n Go Strategy – Collin Moshman – By Ds & Mg. DownloadReport. Published on Nov View Download AddThis Sharing Buttons. It is true that game change rapidly but i found that this Sit ‘n Go Strategy by Collin Moshman book is based on basics of playing single table. My name is Collin, I have played sit ‘n goes for the past 11 years and .. Just finished reading your book on sng strategy for the 2nd time.

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At the opening level he may be opening to 3bbs and at higher blind levels he may raise to 2. Originally Posted by FutherMucker. Please log in to like this post.

May 20th,3: Maybe I am just not far enough along in the book and I will start to see how this would work out, but so far when I read that I should come in for a 2. July 18th,5: I always mkshman the same though. All these informations are very important for beginners like all of us.

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I totally forgot it existed lol. July 17th, May 20th,7: July 29th, One year in I am varying my opening raise size. Am I missing something in my play? Sit ‘n Go To. Some of the ideas and concepts in this book are good, and I can get behind them.


Has anyone else read the entire book through? I do not vary my opening raise size within that system though, unless I feel like the people at my table are clueless as to what I am doing and why I coliln doing it.

June 17th, 1: I picked it up yesterday and am now 94 pages into it. Join the Conversation at CardsChat. I dont remember Colin advocating changing bet sizes based on hole cards, what I do remember is that he varies his bet sizing according to position and the size of the blinds.

Perhaps i should read the book again with over a years worth of new prospective. I’m intrigued, one year on are you varying your raises or still open-raising everything the same amount? Why more thanpoker players have joined CardsChat Quickly improve your game.

December 6th, I will admit that bet sizing is not something that I have ever really studied. I picked it up yesterday and am now. Oh hey hello, Welcome to CardsChat. September 28th,6: October 2nd, 8: September 28th,5: Join more thanactive members on our forum. This tread is over a year old. Up your game with free cardschat membership. July 16th, I will however vary my 3 bet sizing depending on what I am trying to accomplish in a multi way preflop pot.

What am I missing here? May 20th,6: And what kind of results have you been getting? Originally Posted by Zeruts I read that I should come in for a 2.

He does not say, “Ok now with kings you always raise 4x and with 8s raise 2. I have always kept my sizing pretty much the same, albeit I do tailor my bet size to each individual table I am at and according to the specific blind sizes at the time of the tournament. Why would Moshman tell his readers to vary their bet sizes?


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Some of the things Collin is instructing his readers to do is completely contrary to everything I have learned and believe about how to play poker. Originally Posted by Zeruts.

One of the things he keeps on reintegrating is to change your pre flop bet sizes depending on what your hole cards are. Throughout the first 94 pages Collin repeatedly gives hand examples and details how the hands should be played.

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July 18th, CardsChat is an online poker community ofmembers in countries. This makes it really hard for me to get behind what he is saying. I am only varying it based on my stack size though. I will come in for the exact same amount regardless of what two cards I hold.

I read that I should come in for a 2. If you still have questions, I would just shoot him a private message telling him you have a question about his book, he is a super nice guy.