Originally Posted by zarzar78
You can found aver theese link a good strategy over a superturbo HUSNG game:
Hope this will help you to improove your game.
Good Luck at the table !
The first article is really poor and misleading and if you listen to the advice it would likely prevent you from winning.
The second article gives some good general advice that is often repeated by winning players on the forums.
Mersenneary's ebook would probably be the most valuable piece of free info for you to use to study these games. It's practical (so low stakes guys can understand it) and very solid theory/concept/examples are used.
Originally Posted by teepack
There isn't much strategy in those tourneys. It's really either all-in or fold.
Originally Posted by rytciaq
In my honest opinion, there is no good strategy for these type of tournaments. It's either all in or fold, player with most skill will lose more often to a fish rather than in a normal tournament.
This couldn't be further from the truth. Limping, minraising, small 3bets, and postflop play are very important in this format. Mrgr33n13 didn't win 1.5 million or so last year in these because of luck. The SNG leaderboard isn't dominated by hyper turbo HUSNG players because it's just luck.
The problem that some people have is that they look at it as "edge in one game." These games are only 3 minutes long, if I have a 2% ROI in them and I'm 2-3 tabling, I'm making a buyin per hour in profit. You just can't really approach that level of winrate in most games, including turbo or regular speed HUSNGs, where the edge per game is higher, but the hourly rate will be lower.
There is a ton of skill in these games, and once you reach the status of "solid winning regular" there are few games as profitable as hyper turbo HUSNGs today.