re: Poker & Is this good MTT strategy???
I also think that you are playing just a little too tight with only 15% of your hands played. I feel that at a begginer to novice player will play verly little percentage of thier hands( not saying you are a begginer)because they only play premium card unless just no cards are coming, but with 175 hands there will be some. Now with taking a look you played most of your hands out of the blinds, which tells
me that you are not trying to steal the blinds enough. For a tournament it is essential to steal blinds to keep up with the rapid blind increase. Fourth position is awesome with little hands played which means you were able to get your good hands payed off by weaker players, but with a 90% win rate at the showdown it shows me that you are a quite passive player who only will go to the end with the nuts or very lose to it. When you run into the more advanced players they will be able to eat you up easily because you are too predictable. You should open up more and play more positional with moderate standings like suited connectors or small pairs to conceal your play a little. I find though if you play tight/conservative like most people will tell you and you take advantage of stealing during opportune moments(like when it comes close to the bubble) you should be up at around 25-35% of hands played. Also noticing that you are letting your blinds go undefended most of the time. I am not saying that you should defend every bling, but you folded over 50% of your blinds away. You should look back and try to recall how many times you thought your blinds were taken by a steal. Do you think you could have made some reraises to foil stealing attempts?