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  • EV Calculations Tutorial 5: Tournament Calculations
  • Posted by spoonitnow on Dec 20, 2013
  • If you want to make EV calculations during a Sit and Go tournament, you'll have to become familiar with the Independent Chip Model. The value of your chips will fluctuate depending on the stage of the tournament and your stack size. You need to use an ICM calculator to get accurate results.
  • Heads Up SNG Survival Guide
  • Posted by bigspenda73 on Mar 22, 2011
  • Heads-up SNGs can be extremely fun and profitable. Before playing, however, you need to make sure you're adequately rolled for the stakes you're going to play. Also, it's probably helpful to brush up on your push/fold game because these types of tournaments often feature short-stacked play.
  • Sit-n-Go Strategy Guide Part 1
  • Posted by DavSimon on Jan 1, 2010
  • Several people have been after me to write down my thoughts on SnG (sit & go) tournaments. I do not claim to be an expert at one and two table tournaments; however I have enjoyed a great deal of success playing them. To clarify, my style of writing and teaching…
  • PokerStars Sit And Gos – Single Table Turbo
  • Posted by cobere on Jan 1, 2010
  • Click here to read our PokerStars Review. Sit & Go Tournaments are a very popular option for players looking to get a tournament environment without the time commitment of a regularly scheduled Multi-Table Tournament. Since Sit&Go’s (SnGs) start whenever they get enough players, they are attractive for the casual player…
  • Sit-n-Go Strategy Guide Part 2
  • Posted by DavSimon on Jan 1, 2010
  • There are important differences in play between single-table and multi-table SNGs. There are other important considerations if you're playing satellite Sit and Gos. Regardless of the type of SNG you play, you should observe your opponents and take relevant notes on them.
  • Apply Yourself at Learning Poker
  • Posted by aokrongly on Jan 1, 2010
  • Whenever you read poker strategy guides or books, you must be prepared to study them carefully. Merely skimming the contents will not advance your game very much at all. You should always consider the strategic implications of anything you read to get the maximum value from it.
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