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Wanted to get some recommendations on poker books for very low stakes tournaments with rebuys. I play at a small gathering, usually 3 to 5
Wanted to get some recommendations on poker books for very low stakes tournaments with rebuys. I play at a small gathering, usually 3 to 5 tables (10-11 players each) but sometimes up to 10 tables, with $20 buy-in, 2 re-buys and 1 addon. Once a month we do $60. I felt like nothing I read applied to the type of players at these type of tournaments because of how reckless or strangely people played. There are some great players at the gathering but I wanted some insights on how to play beginning stages where people tend to play more reckless, and later stages when they can't rebuy so they clam up a bit.
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If you played long enough, you must have realized that no book is going to be a great source of information on these online maniacs now days.
Your own experience should of told you to hold back and wait for very good hands, determine how many players entered the pot and of course your table position.
No magic here, just poker basics 101 …..[IMHO]
April 1st, 2018, 8:23 AM
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I found these very helpful in approaching modern small stakes tournaments.
Strategies for Beating Small Stakes Poker Tournaments by Jonathan Little in a nice quick intro.Mastering Small Stakes No-Limit Hold'em: Strategies to Consistently Beat Small Stakes Tournaments and Cash Games by Jonathan Little is a more in depth look