This is a discussion on Share your deep game strategies within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Hi all,
i would love to hear from members here when they go very deep late inthe tournament. Do you alter your game to super
i would love to hear from members here when they go very deep late inthe tournament. Do you alter your game to super aggro or to super nit ? do you steal blinds more often ? are you ready to go all in at any point of time to resteal the steal ?
Do you have any particular streteries for final table play ?
4th September 2015, 7:26 AM
Poker Orifice [16,794]
Alter play based on stack sizes, ICM, player types on table & position of such.
And.. etc. etc. etc. (ie. exploiting villain's tendancies & weaknesses)
4th September 2015, 10:08 AM
Game: No limit HL
Deppending on where im at chipwise I would say. If Im in the bottom halv I usualy change my game by betting my flushdraw on the flopp by a very big raise or all-in. This has proven very effective due to I often get o fold even if Im way behind on the hand och better yet get a call from a big pair and getting there on the river. This I will not do early in the tournement due to the calling donks that dont realie the importats of their chips. Thats just one thing anyway. Gl hf
5th September 2015, 1:33 PM
Poker at: PStars
Game: STT / MTSNG
re: Poker & Share your deep game strategies
i try to put pressure on and use leverage as much as possible, the more the game progresses the more i look for leverage and use of fear of losing money or fear of big money or money bubble to really attack players who are not willing to put chips on the line. But apart from that, i just play the same the entire time, i use what the table gives me and i play according to the structure and how much time i have to wait for good spots.
5th September 2015, 2:18 PM
At this stage i tend to play more aggresive,especially when already in ITM.The blind and ante at this stage were already high and its important to steal but also depend on table dynamic and the stack size.