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  • Win MTT Poker 11 – Betting and Checking
  • Posted by soupie on Apr 8, 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…
  • chardrian’s Analysis of a $26 Freezeout on Full Tilt
  • Posted by chardrian on Apr 8, 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.
  • Poker Tournament Skills
  • Posted by Andy Holt on Apr 6, 2017
  • We can all agree that there are many skills you need to win consistently at MTTs. Many of us have enough experience to form an opinion on which skill is the most valuable and important. Here are a few skills that I think are extremely important in becoming a top…
  • Win MTT Poker 05 – Rebuys, Strong Leads
  • Posted by soupie on Apr 5, 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 03 – Tilt, Patience
  • Posted by soupie on Apr 5, 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…
  • Rada’s MTT Tournament Advice Part 1
  • Posted by Radashack on Apr 4, 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…
  • How to Determine Whether or Not to Call an All-in Bet
  • Posted by chardrian on Apr 1, 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.
  • Win MTT Poker 06 – Ace on Turn, When to Fold
  • Posted by soupie on Mar 29, 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…
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