Originally Posted by WiZZiM
I can't really comment with any degree of certainty. I specialize in 9 mans. However the adjustments i'd make would be opening up earlier, 3betting more earlier.
There's probably a heap of other adjustments i'd make, but the main ones would be playing looser, earlier.
The bubble probably plays a lot differantly than a 9 man, but i havent looked at the 6max games much.
Well, I'm going to just specialize in 6 max from now on. I've played 9 max SNG's, but since I don't have poker tracker, I don't know how I performed in them. I'm going to track 6 max by just keeping track of the number of 1st places, 2nd, and loses that I get.
I also figure that the presence of 1 donkey helps a lot more in a 6 max than a 9max. If the donkey busts out of the 6 max, you are now way closer to the money, whereas in a 9 max it doesn't make a huge difference.
I came to the same conclusion - I'm going to be 3 betting and squeezing more than I usually do.
Also the bubble situation is simpler. I don't have SNG Wiz yet, but I imagine it'd be a lot easier to memorize what to do when 3 are left and the blinds are high (basically, at that point, which hands to push with, which hands to call or overcall with).
I also like the fact that when you're heads up and in the money, the play also gets a lot simpler (push or fold).
One more cool thing is if you are on the bubble with the chip lead and you get the other 2 people all in with you and win that showdown, you instantly win the game. (That's happened to me a few times on the superturbos, but not the turbos yet)