- Do you think that mid-high stakes SNGs are legitimately beatable in the long run? Given that each SNG on average probably contains only one or two players who don't know near-perfect ICM strategy, the fact that it's seldom you come across a total fish, and the fact that it's inherently more difficult to table select in SNGs as opposed to cash games, is it really possible to turn a sustainable profit in these games?
- Given that most serious SNG players know about ICM and its applications in mid-late game play, do you see any benefit in adopting a method different to the 'uber-tight' norm that most SNG regulars adopt in the early, low blinds game?
- What do you think of the many SNG variants that have been popping up on poker sites
recently, such as the double or nothing SNGs on Stars and FT and the matrix SNGs on FT?
- Any intelligent, computer-literate person, whether they have past poker experience or not, could be trained within the period of two weeks to play 12 or more tables of low stakes SNGs (say $20 games) and turn a consistent profit. True or false? If false, what sort of time scale would make the statement true?
I'll probably skim back over some bits of his book and think of some more questions later if that's okay.