Deep stack is one of my favorite games, as it allows me to read my opponents well.Playing any hand in a deep stacked tournament involves post-flop skills such as "hand reading" and "pot control" buddy.
The fact that there are enough chips for u to bet means that the value of position is also increased. Position will enable u to see your opponent’s action before u decide on ur own – giving u a clearer indication of the hand u are up against.
So play patiently and and try to read ur opponents game with small bets...
And i have observed that with deep stacks and a slow blind structure the temptation for many players is to tighten up during the early stages and only play the very best hands. This is a potentially dangerous strategy for 2 reasons:
- When you do finally play a hand you may get no action.
- If you do get action it may well be from a hand that beats you, for example a small set against your aces after the flop.
So u need to balance your play by raising a number of hands from position mate. This will help disguise the times when you have a monster holding.
Hope this points helped u mate, and actually few of the points i mentioned here, i got them long back by serching from Wikipedia. Hope it helps u like it served me mate...
GOOD LUCK at the tables.