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Uploaded on Nov 23, 2010
Having to occasionally play a short stack is a reality of poker tournaments. Never giving up is very important, but so is knowing when to be patient, when to be aggressive, and knowing which opponents can still be pushed around.
In this $12+1 90-man KO on FTP you will see DragTheBar's Sit & Go coach Cody Kaiser, aka "Bwammo," wage war with a tiny stack and stay alive until the final bell rings. Inside you will see tons of exciting folds, shoves, and calls of shoves, as he talks you through his thought process on when to be be patient and when to be aggressive.
Did you know that Sammy Farha was down to less than 1 big blind in the 2003 WSOP Main Event before he came all the way back and ended up getting 2nd place to Chris Moneymaker? Its easy to get frustrated and throw in the towel, but staying focused and relying on your reads will greatly help your chances for a comeback. Watch as Cody shows you his poker strategy when he's stuck with a short stack.
Cody is a professional poker player from Oregon who has lots of experience in both cash games and poker tournaments, and is currently focused on Sit & Gos, specifically the multi-table SNGs. He's also a very accomplished coach and has helped dozens of private students improve their game and make more money playing online poker.
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