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Katipo Hyper Turbos vs A Reg Part VI 

We now present the sixth and final piece in Katipo's reviews of his battles with a tough opponent, SDoGOod. Played on Black Chip Poker, Katipo and SDoGOod faced each other at buyins from $360 all the way up to $1200. Here are the links to the five earlier vids in this series:
Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV
Part V

currrr14: Breaking Down A Villain's Ranges Part IV 

We now conclude currrr14's series on breaking down villain's ranges with the final hand review vid. If you have missed the earlier videos in this series, it is well recommended that you start from the top. The earlier videos can be found here:
Part I
Part II
Part III

One of our recent interview subjects, currrr14's friend Torg0th, described currrr14 as "a total workaholic", and we can see how true this is with his Spin & Go HUD, a PT4 HUD for the 3-handed lottery prize pool Spin & Go format that we debuted a month ago. currrr14 has been listening to customer feedback for enhancements to the HUD, and although we have already released two updates, currrr14 is not resting and continues to come up with new ways to make the HUD better.

This week I tracked 41 players - 15 showed profit, 11 had losses and 15 were break-even. Winners combined for about ~$141,500, losers for ~$130,000. OLD TIME GIN played biggest sample - 1808 games.

OLD TIME GIN Won The Most (+$52,620 after 1808 games)

  • $2000: -$14,825 after 29 games;
  • $1000: +$64,020 after 1611 games;
  • $500: +$2,108 after 128 games;
  • $300: -$390 after 21 games;
  • $200: +$1,707 after 19 games.

Jack "jackstack99/aisixer3jk" Ketendjian won $21,454 after 426 games

Interview with killuifuplay (part 2) 

First part: CLICK HERE

 

Charles Hawk: What was your main weaknesses back in the beginning? In which spots did you struggle the most?

killuifuplay: My main weakness was my bad temper. I was very aggressive in Skype conversations, if something didn't look the way I wanted I started to become very aggressive, provoke many conflicts, etc. To be honest this helped me later, cause many of the players thought I am a little bit psycho, but as I mentioned at some point I was totally aware of that and it became part of a bigger strategy.

 

Charles Hawk: From which limit did you start playing HUSNGs professionally? What year was it?

killuifuplay: I always played HUSNGs. Before I transitioned to PokerStars, I played on Euro sites and I was very successful over there also. I started playing hypers in like September 2011, from $60-$100 stakes. Back then I was a 500 reg on Euro sites, but I wanted to start slowly and play some games to get bigger experience. I moved up very fast, because as I mentioned my main stakes was much higher originally. So in 2012 January or February I felt comfortable enough to start playing 1k's.

 

sa1251's Beginner HUSNGs Part III 

Sean's last vid was a break from hypers, but now we're back to his series of hyper turbo vids aimed at helping low-stakes players raise their game. Sean reviews live as he plays unknown opponents at the micros.

If you missed the earlier vids, here's part I and part II.

 
 
 
 

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