Originally Posted by Lexxx
Thatīs a nice tip. I will try that! Mtt is boring me.
Try it out, if you can lay down AA close to the bubble and your good on chips, like the post I replied to you will do more than fine. The 2.20's pay 18% of the players. In those at times I would only play premium hands and open shove. Basically just nit it up for the most part and your good to go if your hands hold. Looking at opr, one day alone I got 11 of these tickets lol. The $22 for $55, 36% got a ticket. Much better play in those though, and those might had been hyper turbos as well, been too long.
Since you say you do not like MTT's.
If you are good at single table tourneys, there are sats if I remember correctly that start off with all the players evenly distributed among 6? player tables, and each winner goes to the last table, and then you play there and the first, and most times second player gets a $215 ticket, 11.70 to buy in I think it was. The number of players at the table may be off, however these are good for any good STT player. Thinking back, those might had been 81 players, play a full ring table, then those 9 go to the last table and 3 get a ticket. Look into whichever ones they were if you are good at STT's though, great value for the level of play many of those players made when I could play there. I remember some tables that was not full when started so unsure now lol. Could had been tables that was not full when started was a MTT type tourney. Actually thinking more, I think the winners from all the tables went to the second table, and the last table was full ring. So would be # of players/9 = # of tables, then # of players/# of tables at the first table. Pretty sure that was it. So sometimes would only have 4-5 at the first table. You can watch the other tables while playing or waiting for them to end, and have a idea of those players once you got to the last table too.
For the op, I could not count how many times I saw someone call off with AA when they could had folded out and made it, yet lost all the chips they had and was out. Too many times. If you have the chips to let everyone else bust, fold every hand. I sometimes sat out, played other tables (multitabled anyway) and waited for the table to pop back up when it was over to go collect my T$.