I find the turbo 6 player DONs to be full of passive players. With 6 players there really isn't a EP. I've been playing Bovada
Oh.. and Bodog's $10 6player turbos only have $.50 rake added. Best deal on site.
- Preflop raise 3x (even if you had a limper). A8s+, pairs.
- Flop 1/2 pot continuation bet even if out of position headsup or 3way in position. You will see lots of folding from opponents. Few of them float, especially when they initially limped. 1/2 pot seems as powerful at pot sized bets for some reason in turbo DONs.
- If you hit flop, then fire 1/2 pot on turn as well. Otherwise give up. Way too early, no reason to spew chips or gamble at this point in tournament. Only gamble late.
50-100 stage, started with 1500 chips.
With <1500, all in or fold preflop: Suited Aces, A8+, pair, broadways to open or if limper in front of you. If someone else raises... all in with 10s+, AK, else fold.
With 2000+: Tighten up. 3x preflop raise, but don't get attached.
With 3000+: Play like a rock. You will be able to almost fold to money 1/2 the time. Let the shorties battle it out. Don't be the table captain or hero to try to knock players out. Very easy to fold 10s and under and fold AQ and AJ to preflop allin from a 1000ish stack in this spot.