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  • 20100420
    In one of my more recent big tournaments i placed 16th out of 316 people. it was a $3.30 buyin so i won about 8 bucks. not huge but good enough to be happy with myself. the way i play usually is i try to see as many flops as possible early on when the blinds are low. that way if i take down a couple big pots i can play tight without worrying about not having enough chips at crunch time. and once the bubble burst i raise pretty much everytime preflop and usually people respect me. Thats how i play the majority of the time.

    by bennyboy5 - Comments: 2 - Views: 701
  • 20100420
    never before but real 3rd times in a row i lost aa on a freeroll on fulltilt so now i dont raise momently its fear pure when i get this card i will disapear /i was leading on that freeroll //for me its very good iam playing just 5 months //but so i lost my points but i qualifite me for the final day on sunday so one step forward for me . Embarassed Embarassed

    by stopppzock - Comments: 0 - Views: 651
  • 20090920
    its a difficult thing to be the bubble, i try and avoid being in that position but of course we all have been several times... i take my chips amount into consideration towards the last 10 players b4 bubble. i like to stay in the upper part of average chips count if at all possible. I only play premium hands till the bubble is gone... and usually when i do this and get a hand i am shown respect for my preflop raise... thats hw i keep my blinds even til bubble... but as in all tournys i play im there to hit final table and win 1st... so no matter hw many chips i have i play my hand...

    by butterfly_kzz - Comments: 0 - Views: 607
  • 20090813
    Let’s start things off with a quick definition of “the bubble”. The bubble is the last unpaid position in a tournament, and in my opinion, the absolute worst position to lose. Playing the bubble with a big stack, playing the bubble with a medium stack, and playing the bubble with a short stack required different strategies.

    Playing short stacked is by far the toughest (and most common) situation most poker players are faced with near the bubble. In fact, I believe that making it “in the money” (ITM) while short stacked is what separates tournament players...

    by Admin - Comments: 14 - Views: 4127
  • 20090729
    Multi Table Tournaments: Fund your multiple table tournaments (MTTs) by playing single table sit-and-gos (SNGs) and cash games:

    Playing MTTs are the only way to make significant gains in your bankroll. The problem with this is that it difficult to make significant gains playing MTT’s… (Huh?) What I mean is that typically, MTTs are structured so that the top 10% will be “in the money” (ITM). AND, the payouts are top heavy, which means that you need to make the final table to win some major cash relative to your buy in. Anything less than that is basically...

    by Admin - Comments: 3 - Views: 944

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