- Feb 1, 2008
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I'm looking for some advice. It seems that my game is getting consistantly better, but I still have a LONG way to go. My heads-up record is 7-1 so far, but I keep blowing my profits in either MTT's where I usually finish on the bubble, or in cash games where what I thought was a strong hand gets cracked by a monster. My heads-up strategy is to play a rather tight but extremely aggressive game, making the occasional steal when possible. I try to play a but more conservatively in tournament play, and still seem to have problems. Without going into a dissertation on the hands i shouldn't have chased and the bad calls i shouldn't have made, I am looking for general ideas. What are the main diffences in heads-up vs MTT strategy. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!