Originally Posted by Poker Orifice
200bb's deep. By all means try to see some flops with them - - be happy to ply speculative hands (that have potential to flop (& play) well in multi-way pots)... ie. 54s, 97s, AXs, small pp's. < hands you're hoping to get paid off well on when villain won't let go of overpairs & TPTK/ TPGK type hands.
20 minute levels though, and I'm guessing the next level will be 50/100. If you're really lucky you'll get 75/150 next, but a lot of places will jump straight to 100/200 after that.
So in less than one round of the button (if you get 7 or 8 hands into a 20-minute level you're doing well) that 200BB starting stack will be cut to 100BB, then maybe 50BB before the end of the first hour.
I'm not saying there's anything wrong with the above strategy per se, just that you won't necessarily get very long to apply it.