Featured MTT Articles

Most Recent MTT Articles

  • Playing the Small Blind in an MTT Part 2
  • Posted by cobere on Aug 9, 2017
  • In Part 1 of this series, we looked at how to calculate your expected value (EV) for pushing all in from the small blind against the big blind. In Part 2, we’ll take a look at what to do with very short stacks. There are a few factors that compliment…
  • Rada’s MTT Tournament Advice Part 1
  • Posted by Radashack on Aug 6, 2017
  • Playing your table A lot of poker players will tell you their most feared opponent is the loose aggressive guy who you can never really tell what he is raising with, and if you want to play with him, you are essentially gambling. Maybe this time he is bluffing with…
  • Analyzing some WSOP Main Event Hands
  • Posted by chardrian on Aug 3, 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.
  • Win MTT Poker 05 – Rebuys, Strong Leads
  • Posted by soupie on Aug 1, 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…
  • Michael1123’s Multi-Table Tournament Strategy
  • Posted by Michael1123 on Aug 1, 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 08 – Bankroll Management
  • Posted by soupie on Jul 29, 2017
  • As any poker player does, you will suffer your share of bad beats in tournaments. It's important to have a proper bankroll management strategy and sufficient emotional fortitude to survive to see the long-term rewards of your superior play. Always evaluate your draws carefully.
  • Win MTT Poker 07 – Reads, Trips, Aggression
  • Posted by soupie on Jul 28, 2017
  • Point 21: Remember to Remember What They Remember. An essential question to ask when contemplating your next move is what do my opponents know about me. What cards have I shown down, from what position, what size of bets have I made, do they have player notes 2 pages long…
  • Win MTT Poker 16 – Building Your Stack
  • Posted by soupie on Jul 28, 2017
  • Point 48 (of a planned 30): Middle Tourney Play: How to Build a Stack One of the most frustrating things in tournament poker is playing your way to mid way with the blinds ascending and you simply have no cards to play. The frustration builds as the blinds go up…
  • Apply Yourself at Learning Poker
  • Posted by aokrongly on Jul 28, 2017
  • 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.
All content
©  2003 - 2017
FlopTurnRiver.com
Testimonials  |   Terms & Conditions  |   Contact Us  |   FTR News & Press  

FTR is your home for Texas Holdem Strategy, Poker Forum, Poker Tools & Poker Videos
https://www.flopturnriver.com/copyscape.gif
This is not a gambling website.