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  • chardrian’s Analysis of a $26 Freezeout on Full Tilt
  • Posted by chardrian on Jul 18, 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.
  • soupie’s Win MTT Poker
  • Posted by soupie on Jul 17, 2017
  • I recently found this site and thought I would post a few thoughts. I play on Party, Paradise, and Stars in the largest MTT no limit tourneys available after 6:00 pm PST most nights under this name. I especially like the 8:00 pearl and 6:00 R&A on Paradise, the 7:15…
  • Win MTT Poker 03 – Tilt, Patience
  • Posted by soupie on Jul 13, 2017
  • Point 9: Thou Shalt Not Steal From the Wounded. Anyone every notice that when you are losing you can’t wait to play again and when you are winning you are just looking for a polite way to hit the door and bank those winnings. That is common to all investment…
  • Win MTT Poker 11 – Betting and Checking
  • Posted by soupie on Jul 9, 2017
  • Point 33: The Biggest Lie in Poker What is one of the first things everyone learns playing poker? Starting hand requirements. What hand beats what and what the best hole cards are. Then armed with that certainty, neophytes all over the world are firing up their computers to go to…
  • Playing the Small Blind in an MTT Part 1
  • Posted by cobere on Jul 7, 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 True Value of AK
  • Posted by chardrian on Jul 4, 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.
  • Evaluating NLHE MTT Structure
  • Posted by cobere on Jul 2, 2017
  • There are many different poker tournament structures that are common today. You need to evaluate the structure in any given MTT to determine how your strategy should change. The depth of the starting stacks (in big blinds) is an especially important factor to consider.
  • aokrongly’s Patience & Pacing in a Multi-Table Tournament
  • Posted by aokrongly on Jul 2, 2017
  • Patience is a very important factor when playing larger field MTT’s. Maintaining concentration, proper pace, and patience is key to making it deep in a tournament. aokrongly discusses his thoughts on maintaining patience and pacing in the essay below. aokrongly has been a member of FTR since January of 2005,…
  • 2005 WSOP Main Event – Michael1123’s Recap
  • Posted by Michael1123 on Jun 29, 2017
  • Michael1123 had a great main event in the 2005 WSOP. He knocked out legendary Barry Greenstein and finished in the money! This post will basically be a detailed account of my run in the Main Event of the WSOP, along with all the hands and table compositions that I can…
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