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Old 04-13-2017, 02:53 AM   #776
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Hello guys, does anyone have the old 800+ videos from the premium pack? Is there still value in some of them? I'm considering a purchase.
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Old 04-13-2017, 04:44 AM   #777
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Specific ones will be helpful. Mersenneary has plenty of helpful videos in that premium pack. The "live play" videos in particular from any instructor are much less likely to be helpful. Concept videos can be helpful, same with theory.

Where are you at in your poker career? What buyins, where do you want to be? How much success (or not) thus far? There may be a better choice for you, I'd probably consider the premium pack more supplemental these days (for specific video choices).
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Old 04-26-2017, 02:14 AM   #778
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Does anyone have links to articles that could help a total beginner with constructing ranges (preflop mainly) for HUSNG / spins?
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Old 04-26-2017, 04:12 AM   #779
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Can't seem to edit my last post, so one more question here (@HUSNG guys): the Ranka's free PT4 HUD, would that work for spins? I'm just looking for something fairly basic but decent to get myself started at the low stakes.
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Old 04-28-2017, 04:19 PM   #780
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Good evening (or day it depends) everyone

I'm planning to moove from France to USA and I was searching this information that I never found :

What it is the limit of sit and goes Head's Up that you can find on the software pokerstars ?

In pokerstars.fr it only goes up to 1000 euros, so is there any 2000, 5000$ ?

Thank you very much, cheers.
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Old 04-28-2017, 04:54 PM   #781
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PokerStars.com isn't available in the USA.

Where in the USA are you moving to?
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Old 04-28-2017, 04:57 PM   #782
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Can't seem to edit my last post, so one more question here (@HUSNG guys): the Ranka's free PT4 HUD, would that work for spins? I'm just looking for something fairly basic but decent to get myself started at the low stakes.
Give it a download and try, it's free. Set tables to 2-3 players or 3 and 3 players if you just want it for 3 handed.

I would avoid using the same HUD for 3 and 2 handed play though, it'll either have too few stats (bc it has to separate 2 handed and 3 handed to give you valuable info) or it'll mix 2 and 3 handed and your data won't be very actionable.

I'd set a HUD up to 3 handed and another to 2 handed then use our free HUD switcher to move between them.

If you want to keep your budget free you could try something like Ranka HUD for 3 handed and CoffeeHUD Lite for 2 handed if you want. Or if you prefer one over the other, use a copy of one for HU and another for 3 handed, so you keep the data from 2 to 3 handed separate.
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Old 04-28-2017, 10:26 PM   #783
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Give it a download and try, it's free. Set tables to 2-3 players or 3 and 3 players if you just want it for 3 handed.

I would avoid using the same HUD for 3 and 2 handed play though, it'll either have too few stats (bc it has to separate 2 handed and 3 handed to give you valuable info) or it'll mix 2 and 3 handed and your data won't be very actionable.

I'd set a HUD up to 3 handed and another to 2 handed then use our free HUD switcher to move between them.

If you want to keep your budget free you could try something like Ranka HUD for 3 handed and CoffeeHUD Lite for 2 handed if you want. Or if you prefer one over the other, use a copy of one for HU and another for 3 handed, so you keep the data from 2 to 3 handed separate.
Wll give it a try. Much appreciated.
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Old 05-30-2017, 12:40 PM   #784
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I sent HUSNG.com an email the other day about an old Hyper Turbo pack I purchased a few years ago. I was trying to figure out how to redownload them. Help please
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Old 05-31-2017, 04:42 AM   #785
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Hey, you should be setup now (if your email was from 2 days ago I just got to it). If you don't see a reply back then please PM me here.

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Hey, you should be setup now (if your email was from 2 days ago I just got to it). If you don't see a reply back then please PM me here.

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Old 06-28-2017, 04:11 PM   #787
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Hello,

I am currently reading the pdf book of Mersenneary and was wondering where do the hands' EV he mentiones in chapter 2 / 2-9 e.g. 76s (-0.3bb), T9o (-0.4bb), J5s (-0.5bb) etc. come from? Is there a table with all those hand EVs?

Your feedback is much appreciated!
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Old 06-28-2017, 09:36 PM   #788
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It should be from his own database (PT3 at the time I believe).

The point of the analysis he made at the time (and even moreso today) is that he is showing you how he analyzes his own data, so that you can do it for your own situation (no matter the year/buyins/poker rooms you play on).
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Old 06-29-2017, 10:49 AM   #789
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Ryan is wrong.

The numbers are shove EVs--in this case 3b shove. Note this is clearly written in the E-book--before every chart, and every EV he mentions, he tells you what he's computing. In this case just read this which comes right before the EVs you cite:

"Before that, let's do a quick exercise. Order these six hands from best expectation to worst expectation from jamming (ignore for a minute the expectation from flatting), and indicate whether or not you would guess that folding is a better option than jamming: Q8o, 54o, J5s, 76s, T9o, and K4o. When you have your answer, keep reading.
These hands play differently than you might think. When we try to come to conclusions about them at this stack depth, we will inevitably use what we know from other stack depths, and not all of them are relevant anymore.
K4o leads the way with -0.25bb from the start of the hand, a full ¾ of a big blind better than folding. K4o is a borderline hand playing against a minraise 20bb deep, but once you get down to 13bb deep, our opponent is actually raise/calling with worse enough of the time that when you add in the fold equity from jamming, mucking is a large mistake against this opponent.
76s (-0.3bb), T9o (-0.4bb), and J5s (-0.5bb) are the next three on the list. 76s is 37% against the calling range, which is not bad at all after fold equity. T9o and J5s similarly do OK. Q8o (-0.6bb) lands at 5th on the list, which will be a surprisingly poor showing to many. The problem is that Q8o, unlike K4o, isn't getting any worse hands to call, but like K4o is dominated frequently, leading to 31.9% equity. Even 54o (-0.75) is not far behind."

Read more closely The min-raise range and call 3b shove range are described above this section as well.
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Old 06-29-2017, 01:16 PM   #790
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Thanks for the correction, I should've went to that specific article!
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Old 06-30-2017, 02:15 AM   #791
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Hello,

thanks for your reply but this still did not answer my question. I wanted to know where do those hand EV values e.g. K4o has -0.25bb come from and how can I calculate them?

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Ryan is wrong.

The numbers are shove EVs--in this case 3b shove. Note this is clearly written in the E-book--before every chart, and every EV he mentions, he tells you what he's computing. In this case just read this which comes right before the EVs you cite:

"Before that, let's do a quick exercise. Order these six hands from best expectation to worst expectation from jamming (ignore for a minute the expectation from flatting), and indicate whether or not you would guess that folding is a better option than jamming: Q8o, 54o, J5s, 76s, T9o, and K4o. When you have your answer, keep reading.
These hands play differently than you might think. When we try to come to conclusions about them at this stack depth, we will inevitably use what we know from other stack depths, and not all of them are relevant anymore.
K4o leads the way with -0.25bb from the start of the hand, a full ¾ of a big blind better than folding. K4o is a borderline hand playing against a minraise 20bb deep, but once you get down to 13bb deep, our opponent is actually raise/calling with worse enough of the time that when you add in the fold equity from jamming, mucking is a large mistake against this opponent.
76s (-0.3bb), T9o (-0.4bb), and J5s (-0.5bb) are the next three on the list. 76s is 37% against the calling range, which is not bad at all after fold equity. T9o and J5s similarly do OK. Q8o (-0.6bb) lands at 5th on the list, which will be a surprisingly poor showing to many. The problem is that Q8o, unlike K4o, isn't getting any worse hands to call, but like K4o is dominated frequently, leading to 31.9% equity. Even 54o (-0.75) is not far behind."

Read more closely The min-raise range and call 3b shove range are described above this section as well.
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Old 06-30-2017, 07:39 AM   #792
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Hello,

thanks for your reply but this still did not answer my question. I wanted to know where do those hand EV values e.g. K4o has -0.25bb come from and how can I calculate them?
Really? Just read the damn article! As I said, and quoted from the article, it's a 3b jam expectation. The minraise and call shove ranges are defined earlier in the article (as i said in above post), so you can plug them into a shove math calculator and calculate them yourself :P
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