Originally Posted by Egon Towst
If you are interested in my MTT style, you`ll find an example of my thinking in this thread (http://www.cardschat.com/f49/your-first-final-table-146404/).
Ive read it before, and just read it again, and will keep this thread in my subscriptions, cause I want to read it again.
Egon ( I liked the Egg on Toast from MR.Mc..lol) I have a question. Well actually about 5oo but I will take it slow...
I play mainly Sng and MTT, and have a hard time changing gears sometimes, like when I have played 8-10 Sngs in a row and then enter a MTT.
Is there a good strategy comparison, either in a book or internet articles?
I have read SnG strategy and all 3 Harrington on Hold em, Sklanskis Theory of Poker among others. I play MTTS like an SnG mainly, and I guess I need to re read HoH. I make final table often enough to feel ok about my playing, but I am almost always one of the smallest stacks, so I am getting there but getting there wrong. I am kinda rambling here, and also derailing this thread, but can you suggest more reading material, and any comments and thread links etc would be mucho appreciated.
OK more than one question there, and sorry for the derail......
Edit: I said I reach final table enough, sorry, I mean breaking the bubble enough. I am ITM, but rarely top paid places. FT but NOT often enough. Small stacked after bubble. Sorry for the mix up.