I'm in the process of compiling lists from other HUSNG.com coaches of their best work, and hope to turn this into my own guide for what's most important to watch for all of the best coaches. For now, I'll just detail my own work. Mersenneary Video 1 - End Game StrategyThere are better, more advanced strategical videos as my game has developed, but my first video here continues to be one of the best reviewed on the site. It set of a firestorm of controversy: spamz0r refused to talk late game strategy with me for a month or two, and PrimordialAA (an idol at the time, and still, really) was furious, telling me that the video was too good to put out. That's how I really started to know that I knew what I was talking about.I'd change some strategy decisions in this vid (we can talk about what), but the fundamental strategy is still a very good one and one I use every day against the right opponents: If your villian is 3bet shoving a wide range, use a polarized (big hands and junk) raising range and a limping range of middling hands that flop well and can deal with getting 3x raised. If your opponent doesn't adjust, he jams way too wide over your opening range that now has a much higher percentage of monster hands.Mersenneary Video 6 - Advanced End Game Play: The Small BlindA powerpoint presentation entitled "From NASH to ROFL" (sometimes minraising, sometimes openshoving, sometimes folding, sometimes limping), I argue that most of my small blind success has come from deviating from NASH and maximally exploiting my opponent's tendencies. I talk about which hands are best to put in which range, how to adjust against different player types, and theory behind why NASH, an equilibrium for perfect players with perfect information who aren't allowed to limp or minraise, is useful to know but a poor strategy to blindly employ. Mersenneary Video 9 - Turbos against FishLet's face it: Most of your games are going to be against fish. You shouldn't really spend most of your studying time learning how to 4bet bluff the flop against Isuldur1. In this video, I talk about my balanced-yet-exploitative 3betting range (bigger with bluffs that don't flop as well/big AK/AQ/TT/99/88 type hands that are calling off a jam, smaller with big pairs/weaker stuff that flops well) and how just playing "ABC" isn't going to win you the most money against these players. Mersenneary Video 11 - Compilation Video of Key PointsFor this video, I do something a little different, collecting 10 hands against different opponents (some against the best players, some against worse players) and go through a list of 10 concepts I think it's really important for developing players to learn. Triple barrel bluffing, leading turns OOP for value, and a host of other topics are discussed in this unique format. Mersenneary Video 17 - Advanced End Game Play: The Big BlindThe companion to Video 6, I use a PowerPoint talk about optimal end game play from the big blind. I start by talking about the value of 3bet shoving, but argue that far too often people compare the equity of a 3bet shove to the equity of folding, when really, we should be comparing against the equity of flat calling, in most cases. The most important thing to think about from the big blind is your opponent's opening frequency at different stack sizes - that determines a massive part of your decision making from the big blind. To get to the specific, I provide a chart that gives you a good sense of how deep to jam Ax hands over minraises at different stack depths and against different opening ranges. Some of the terminology in this video can get a little heavy: I introduce the concepts of what I call "f value" (the opening % necessary for 3bet jamming to be better than folding), and "h value" (the opening % necessary for 3bet jamming to lead to us having more chips than at the start of the hand, a useful benchmark when trying to calculate if flatting might be better), but I'm happy to answer any and all questions if you get confused.Mersenneary Video 23 - An Introduction to MetricsThe first of a 3-part series detailing how I use my statistics to improve my play. Parts 2 and 3 can be found by searching my video history. A good introduction for those who are interested in the concept - but to be completely honest, if you're not a numbers guy, I'd focus on studying what you are interested in learning (although there is a cliffnotes in Part 2 and Part 3). These videos have gotten high reviews and are some of HokieGreg's favorites.Mersenneary Video 24 - End Game Live ShowI'll be making more and more live commentary videos since this one got such a good reception. Here's me talking on-the-fly versus some fish and some very good players at high stakes superturbos. It's true that the game definitely opens up when you're playing against a thinking player - I talk about how and what adjustments are necessary. Mersenneary Video 26 - Dominating Domsnuts at the $5600sThis video really helps to drive home the point that playing perfect poker isn't making pretty, unexploitable betsizes, but rather exploiting the hell out of whoever we're playing, no matter what the stakes are. Our opponent is a regular high stakes fish who likes the call button a little too much and doesn't 3bet jam very wide. We take that and run with it to a 9-5 victory over the series of 14 games. This video is footage from near the end of duel after I really had established good reads and put them to use at the highest stakes FTP has to offer. Always feel free to post video questions here. Happy watching!