Samer Khuri, also known in the online poker world as "braminc," is a CardRunners instructor and sit-and-go specialist. He recently started an "On-the-Go" miniseries to explain the ins and outs of independent chip model (ICM) scenarios, which is a way of assigning monetary value to one's chip stack at a any given point in a tournament. It is most often used as a gauge for working out chops at the final table of an event.
In this teaser video, Khuri analyses a hand and explains how ICM influences decision making. Check it out:
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