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We were concentrated for hours, we
How many times we have the opportunity to win a good prize, but we let slip through our we fingers.
We were concentrated for hours, we managed to get to ITM, but like in a magic pass, we are defeated,What would be the best formula to avoid an early exit from the game, and reach the grand prize?
Some players say that staying focused and maintaining a strategy from the beginning of the game is the right thing to do.
I see that in the course of 4 hours of game, everything can change, you can be with few chips, but manage to climb,In the same way we see that players with many chips can fall out of the tournament quickly, is this a strategy mistake? Or variance of the game unlucky to you,How to protect yourself from so many conditioning factors that happen during a big tournament like the Sunday million?
It is necessary to be totally focused from the beginning to the end of the tournament, especially when the tournament is of long duration as the SUNDAYMILLION. I know it is difficult to keep the concentration, also because during these tournaments always end up taking the badbet and destabilizes his mind.
But that's what sets them apart from the players who always arrive on the final lines, from those who fall early in the tournament.
I think the person really needs [and so, therefore, he concentrates, he does not win the game, but the draw cards, I won with a low game 10 and 7 and I lost with AA pair. So it's pure luck and strategy if you have the courage to bluff.
Each stage of the tournament is performed in different ways !!! With different aggression and with different cards at every stage !!! Not all players know how to determine the stage of the tournament and, for example, at the middle stage of the tournament, to play with cards with which they played at an early stage of the tournament !!!!
I think it would be premature not to leave the tournament, you should always stick to your tactics and do not change it. In time, throw the card if you feel that it is smaller than the opponent, and not be greedy.
Protect yourself from many factors during the game you just can not. If you are trying to speed up the process of earning chips in the tournament after 2-3 hours, while taking recreational decisions or simply can not be focused on your strategy throughout the tournament, then MTT is not for you. Or play no matter what, just for fun.
P.s. Even if you could control absolutely all possible factors of the game, do not forget that the variance can turn it in an entirely different direction and you will not reach the final table.
All hands are important
I try to play every hand for more concentrated, but in the red they always present many factors: the signal of the Internet, family interruptions, labor, etc.
You should analyze the stages of the tournament and play according to the ABC of poker, if it is the beginning, half the troneo, at the end ... equally the position in the hand and the amount of chips.
I do not think there is the right formula. The situation is what will shape your strategy. Each player has to find their own strategy appropriate for each type of situation. I think it's something particular.
If you are short, you do not have many options, push and see what happens.
When my stack is average, I avoid confronting more than one player at a time. I fold whenever more than two players get involved in a big pot, after all it is almost certain that at least one of them will be eliminated and I will go up one more position.
With big stacks I usually make a more conservative game, playing only with monster hands. But I really enjoy making moves to steal blinds in the final positions, but I fold in any sign of aggression.
As in real life, people try to solve problems immediately without trying to know the causes of such problems or if they really exist. To give an example, when a person has a headache, he takes an aspirin right away without even thinking about why he has a headache.
In poker the same thing happens, a person loses some money and quickly tries to recover it with movements that may not be totally fortunate. Perhaps it is better to think that the money has been lost simply because of bad luck, but that the movement was well done, that helps not make hasty decisions.
u can play as well as you want and be focused the entire time and still exit the tourney early. there is a lot of variance in poker so you have to do the best u can to be aware of how someone is playing, but they can always get lucky and u wll be out of the tourney