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    Any Spin & Go strategy videos on poker coaching site?

  • #2
    I don't think there is any, but it's been a while since I was a paid up member. I recently looked into Spins for a video series and found this very useful site/content which is free:-
    https://www.pokersites.io/spin-and-go-strategy/

    The variance is much higher than you might expect, but can be offset a bit if you play on a site that has a good rakeback programme.

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    • Marz
      Marz commented
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      Ok I will check it out, thank you

  • #3
    JL said one of his YT videos last week that SPIN content is actually just around the corner, probably in the summer of 2021, if not earlier.
    I didn't pay attention to which video it was, sorry, but he was responding to a live chat question and I remember being pleasantly surprised by his answer. Apparently the content is being put together by one of the most profitable Spins regulars around...

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    • Marz
      Marz commented
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      I will keep a look out, appreciate the info

  • #4
    Originally posted by Darren View Post
    JL said one of his YT videos last week that SPIN content is actually just around the corner, probably in the summer of 2021, if not earlier.
    I didn't pay attention to which video it was, sorry, but he was responding to a live chat question and I remember being pleasantly surprised by his answer. Apparently the content is being put together by one of the most profitable Spins regulars around...
    I’m surprised to see Spin content coming out as I’ve heard him say before it’s not a profitable game. Is there really a big enough upside to study this? Granted it would
    help in final table situations but as a stand alone game wouldn't seem valuable.

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    • Marz
      Marz commented
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      yea I heard him say that before too, but still nice to have for his members just in case they do wanna try it out
      Last edited by Marz; 01-20-2021, 04:00 AM.

  • #5
    I think it draws in a lot of totally recreational players due to the "chance" of entering a 3-man tourney for $5 and possibly winning $1m.

    As you progress up the stakes however, it becomes very tough indeed.

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    • #6
      I find Spins are a great way to "try something" [like a certain play on certain flops, or even a different range of hands preflop to try exploiting what you think are the weaknesses of the pool) ... and with Spins you can very quickly figure out if it seems to work or is just an obviously unbalanced spew. Cheap sandbox. Especially when you first start with just the $0.25 buyin. :-)

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      • #7
        I Don't see spins as a great way to make money. They are a great tool for final tables. The biggest pay jumps are 3,2,1. Once you learn the last (or first, depending on how you look at it) 3 places, move to 1 table sit-n-gos or heads up tourneys if you can. Very hard to win there, too. But the ranges and ICM work are necessary if you want to be good at final tables.

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        • LondonImp
          LondonImp commented
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          With respect, I disagree with this. The ICM implications in a spin n go where winner takes all is completely different to the final 3 of a tournament where all places are paid but with significant jumps.

        • MOUSE85
          MOUSE85 commented
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          From 3rd to 2nd the ICM is different, but not heads up. And you only get the significant jumps if you win.

      • #8
        best not play spin, Staples specialise that.

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