Originally Posted by akcash
thanks guys, i guess play more semi connectors, and 2 suited cards?
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I'd have to 'DISAGREE' with some of the advice that's been given to you above. We don't necessarily ramp (amp, or whatever) up the aggression because blinds are going up so much quicker. You'll actually find that there's a ton more re-steal shoving.. so if you're choosing to start opening real wide you're going to be pricing yourself in with alot of crap.
Use selective aggression (pick ur spots!.. ie. look for spots to shove your stack over Laggy guy's incessant LP steals... make him the chipstack spewer). Learn shove/fold game (probably need to shove alot wider than you'd typically assume & call tighter vs. others who aren't shoving wide enough).
Also, in your initial post here are you referring primarily to SNG's.. or to Turbo MTT's as well? Because when I first read the title I assumed 'Tournaments'.. as in MTT (but then didn't answer for that after reading the other responses).
For Turbo MTT it's all about knowing how to play different stack sizes (a common mistake you'll often see is players calling raises on stacks or around 15bb's.. or 15-20bbs when they should be clearly shoving over allin in most cases... or folding.. ie. CO raises w 23bb stack.. you wake up with 10-10 on Btn.. with 16-20bb's.. just shove the whole stack in. Calling with any thought to folding postflop is just not a good way to play Turbo MTTs). I could be way more specific with certain hand history examples (above isn't the greatest but it's a start).
Summation - knowing how to adjust your play re: different stack sizes is key (and NO.. that doesn't mean "oh.. blinds are going up, I've got 18bb's.. I'd better open realy light here to steal cuz I'm in CO.. because in Turbos if you have re-steal-sized stacks to your left, you have to always keep in mind that they could be shoving allin overtop of your raise (and raise/folding with a stack of <18bb's really sucks in Turbo mtts).
If you can get a bit more specific with your question, I'll try to be more specific with my answers here.