Originally Posted by Boomswitch
I find that in Turbo's are alot more fishie than the standard Sng. Alot of players tend to think their is no time to wait for a decent hand. I rountinely see 2-3 people knocked out of the $3.25 6 man's before I even play a hand. While for the standard time Sng's I see alot more tighter play. I really believe that if you take into account the looser play+the quicker pace of turbo's (which means being able to play more Sng's in the same amount of time), that turbo's are the way to go.
very true, 1-table turbo SnG (9 heads) are easy to win, steadily, if you stick to some sort of game plan.
for instance, stay very tight until blinds hit 50/100, before that consider folding JJ-QQ when you feel it's not a good time to shove in.. you dont want to go out vs some A5s etc.. when limits go up, you can shove with absolute random cards given a) your tight image b) well, youve got to do steal some blinds to stay put
ive never played much standard blind sng's because in my opinion theyre a waste of time, i rather play a MTT with same blind time than a SnG.. either you wait 30 minutes for KK AA or something good to call a raise either you will run into that for the first half hour... my 2 cents..