Poker Strategy: Sit ‘n Go
For the players who only have two decisions, shove or fold.
Sit N’ Go’s used to be easy money, but they’ve become tougher over the years. Some of the elements that you’ll need to know inside and out are Independent Chip Model equities, solid bubble play, heads-up poker, and more. The strategic impacts of these factors aren’t necessarily obvious, and that’s why you can’t just jump into the games and become a winner without a significant amount of study. Yet, there are many advantages to SNGs, including the fact that you can put in significant volume in a short amount of time. With the articles presented below, you can improve your return on investment and take home the money. Whether you play turbos, satellites, or hypers, and regardless of your preferred stake level, you’ll find these pages quite useful in enhancing your knowledge about sit-n-go tournaments.
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Learning how to study post-flop tournament scenarios, especially push/fold scenarios, is important in the growth of an SNG player.
The pre-flop and post-flop games change when you play 10+ big blind stacks with a pre-flop raise that is not all-in.
Basic heads-up SNG scenarios are often much more complicated than they seem, and game theory helps us to understand why.
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 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.
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.
Click here to read our PokerStars Review. PokerStars recently introduced a new format in their offerings of Sit & Go tournaments. These “double or nothing” tournaments, as the name implies, only result in two outcomes. You either make the money and win...
When determining what level of SNGs to play, you need to carefully consider your bankroll as well as your own confidence that you can beat a level. Remember to start out playing tight and loosen up later on in a tournament. Always be objective when analyzing your own play.
Click here to read our PokerStars Review. PokerStars features Sit & Go Tournaments (SNGs) for over a dozen different poker games, offering something for everyone, no matter what your favorite game or skill level. For those that excel in multiple types of games, or...
In order to increase your hourly while playing SNGs, you may decide to multitable. You can try to stagger the starting times of your tournaments to make the process easier for you. Any SNG player can improve his or her results by learning to bluff well.
Click here to read our PokerStars Review. PokerStars recently introduced a new mixed-game, 8-game, to their games. 8-game combines eight different poker games in a 6max format, testing a player’s ability in a wide variety of games. 8-game can be played in both a...
There are a lot of strategic concepts involved in proper Sit and Go play. By learning how to wield your stack as a weapon, playing appropriately tight and developing proper preflop ranges, you’ll be well on your way to beating the games. You’ll also need to consider what other players are doing.
Click here to read our Full Tilt Poker Review. Have you ever wondered what Sit & Go tournaments were available on Full Tilt in your favorite games? Have you ever wondered what the buyin levels were, so you could plan your moves up? Well, wonder no more. FTR have...
*These are not moves that I made up. I do not claim to be the creator of these moves. These plays are ones that I have collected, saved, and typed up from multiple sources. *if anyone who DID create these moves objects to me posting the move here, please tell me * I...
Pocket Pairs 101 Pocket pairs are considered one of the easiest types of hands to play, but as with usual with poker, nothing is really easy and straight forward. In this guide I will try to cover basic playing strategy with pocket pair, with some emphasis on specific...