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  • Win MTT Poker 05 – Rebuys, Strong Leads
  • Posted by soupie on Jun 18, 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…
  • Thoughts on Small Pairs in MTTs
  • Posted by mcatdog on Jun 11, 2017
  • There are only a few situations in poker tournaments where small pocket pairs are valuable. You can try to set-mine if stacks are deep. If stacks are short, you may be able to go all-in with small pocket pairs and still have good equity against typical calling ranges.
  • Win MTT Poker 13 – Improving Your Game
  • Posted by soupie on Jun 8, 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…
  • Higher Stakes MTT Strategy
  • Posted by DavSimon on Jun 7, 2017
  • There are big differences between low-stakes MTTs and tournaments at higher levels. In larger tourneys, there are fewer loose-passive players and more tight-aggressive opponents. It's important to be able to mix up your ranges a bit so that you can't be easily read.
  • Win MTT Poker 04 – Blinds, Weak Bets
  • Posted by soupie on Jun 6, 2017
  • Point 12: Consider the Blinds. A recurring theme of several posts is something like ” I am a great player until about 3/4 of the way through then I never seem to make the money” or “I just cant get to the final table.” Below is posted a blind structure…
  • How to Determine Whether or Not to Call an All-in Bet
  • Posted by chardrian on Jun 4, 2017
  • A tricky spot in poker tournaments is deciding whether to call when your opponent has gone all-in. You need to carefully consider the pot odds to determine how much equity you need to proceed. Then compare your hand against his range to find out if you have the needed equity.
  • Radashack’s MTT Tournament Advice Part 2
  • Posted by Radashack on Jun 4, 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?…
  • Playing the Small Blind in an MTT Part 1
  • Posted by cobere on May 31, 2017
  • When it's folded to your SB in a poker tournament, you ought to be shoving pretty wide if your stack is small. You need to consider how often the big blind will fold, how often he will call and win, and how often he will call and you will win to be able to calculate if it's profitable to go all in.
  • chardrian’s Analysis of a $26 Freezeout on Full Tilt
  • Posted by chardrian on May 30, 2017
  • Sometimes, it's valuable to go over your completed poker tournaments with a hand-history viewer to analyze spots that you are unsure about and identify errors in play. You can use a replayer that automatically cuts out hands that you folded preflop so that you can focus on the important hands.
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