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  • Radashack’s MTT Tournament Advice Part 2
  • Posted by Radashack on Feb 15, 2017
  • This is a continuation of Radashack’s essay on Multi-Table Tournament advice and strategies. Click here to read Radashack’s MTT Tournament Advice Part 1. Your Why A large part of success is understanding your motivation to be successful (in anything). So why do you want to be a successful tournament player?…
  • Michael1123’s Multi-Table Tournament Strategy
  • Posted by Michael1123 on Feb 14, 2017
  • Michael1123 has been a member of FTR since June of 2004 and has over 1,700 posts in our poker forum. Michael1123 is a successful and accomplished tournament player. Michael1123 had a fantastic run at the 2005 WSOP Main Event, which you can read all about here. Below is Michael1123’s tournament…
  • Win MTT Poker 05 – Rebuys, Strong Leads
  • Posted by soupie on Feb 13, 2017
  • Point 15: Thoughts on the Rebuy/Addon Tournaments The two rebuys I regularly play are the 30 dollars rebuy on Paradise at 6:00 PST and the 10 dollar rebuy on Stars at 7:15 PST. My strategy changes, but varies widely with the table make up. Sometimes you sit down on almost…
  • Win MTT Poker 06 – Ace on Turn, When to Fold
  • Posted by soupie on Feb 10, 2017
  • Point 18: Ace on the Turn and Chips to Burn. This situation comes up about a couple of times per tourney. You have a hand where you have a late position bettor or raiser on the flop. You call the see the turn and here comes the big over card…
  • Win MTT Poker 13 – Improving Your Game
  • Posted by soupie on Feb 10, 2017
  • Point 39: Implied Odds A good portion of any reason to call a bet or raise is the estimated odds of being able to achieve a pile of chips should you be lucky enough to hit a monster of hand. The obvious question becomes, how does one estimate these odds…
  • Andy Holt’s Guide to Satellite Poker Tournaments
  • Posted by Andy Holt on Feb 9, 2017
  • Satellite poker tournaments can be very profitable, but they require strategic adjustments from normal tournament play. You don't want to risk your stack early on because survival is more important than chip accumulation. This changes later on in the tournament.
  • Analyzing some WSOP Main Event Hands
  • Posted by chardrian on Feb 9, 2017
  • World Series of Poker action sees some talented players square off against each other. By examining the televised hands, we can often gain insights into excellent plays and boneheaded mistakes that the pros make. It's very important to extract as much value as you can with your monsters.
  • chardrian’s True Value of AK
  • Posted by chardrian on Feb 8, 2017
  • AK is, without a doubt, an excellent hand. It is ahead or flipping against every hand except AA and KK. Nevertheless, you should exercise caution with AK if there are multiple raises in front of you. If there are folds, limpers or a single raise in front of you, you should absolutely play it.
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