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Talking guys, all right?

Well today the question is redirected to the freeroll tournaments of intelipoker,
So, come on, all the beginning of the tournaments we have those players who live all in for those reasons or are eliminated or grow their stacks very fast in the beginning of the game, but what is the best way to survive in a tournament start like this?
Even though the hero has an AA; KK; QQ; KAs; He has a reason to lose, and thus even let him qualify in the top 15 of the tournament that is where he starts the scores for ranking in the ranking.

I come here to discuss strategies about these adversaries, it's even tips to improve my graphics in these tournaments.


I thank you all
 
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My strategy at the beginning of the tournament is to play practically all hands, hoping to get into a good card, if the opponent changes or raise the bet, then my cards are sent to the garbage. In the middle stage of the tournament I look at the flop only with a good card.
 
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In those intellipoker tournaments blinds grow so fast that after 2-3 levels you have to play 'shove or fold'. There is no other way to success there.

And normally you don't play such tournaments unless they are freerolls, so you don't have to worry. ;)
 
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for begin tournaments its best way...go to all in with powerful hands most players are crazy ...and this tournaments are free...are bingo players....
 
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You have to be able to fold all top hands only way to survive against many players going all in heads up you can shove still risky with so many donks going all in the beginning of a freeroll.
 
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playing just a few hands at the beginning of the tournament, and picking up a top pair to avoid betting everything pre-flop, are strategies for not taking the risk of leaving early in the tournaments and remember to take risk is part of poker.
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With the range of hands that you are talking about preflop, I will always close all-in
 
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I play on a small bet on almost all cards, it allows me to collect normal combinations and win more chips, only when I raise the bet I play on good cards and I throw off the small ones and try to play on big cards gently because they do not play often
 
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I use this tactic basically to go up with ease with high pair, but I am often beaten by low pairs, many freerolls pay with any card and end up beating flush sequences etc ...
so I think it would be a good tactic to use always or occasionally
 
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Marcos mats;3855881]playing just a few hands at the beginning of the tournament, and picking up a top pair to avoid betting everything pre-flop, are strategies for not taking the risk of leaving early in the tournaments and remember to take risk is part of poker.
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My strategy is to play conservatively against the donks. JJ aint good enough to call 2 opponents All-in, even if they are complete donks with rubbish cards.

I prefer to play 1 vs 1 against the donks, but I cant isolate them with re-raise. I have to be in a late position and be certain it will be 1 vs 1 play.
 
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how I play in this or in a game tournament, depends on the players at the table! I do not have a specific tactic, I try to adapt to the games at the table!
 
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many adopt this way of playing, because being Freeroll, buy-in tournament is little that do it! I believe that the best way to deal with these players, and patience, hide a hand that you have of value, let the cards come on the turn, river, and when you're hands, push everything, all in! they will pay for sure! More frankly I believe that you have to have your game, your strategy and follow it!
 
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Talking guys, all right?

Well today the question is redirected to the freeroll tournaments of intelipoker,
So, come on, all the beginning of the tournaments we have those players who live all in for those reasons or are eliminated or grow their stacks very fast in the beginning of the game, but what is the best way to survive in a tournament start like this?
Even though the hero has an AA; KK; QQ; KAs; He has a reason to lose, and thus even let him qualify in the top 15 of the tournament that is where he starts the scores for ranking in the ranking.

I come here to discuss strategies about these adversaries, it's even tips to improve my graphics in these tournaments.


I thank you all
Fold your bad hands. Call with your good hands.

In a freeroll, you should have no problem calling jams with QQ+, AKs. You're crushing ranges so hard that it's silly not to take those huge edges early on. Keep in mind, it's a freeroll, so you're not risking anything but you are giving up a ton of equity when you fold them.

In cases where you have to fold to all-ins, then fold. When it's so early in the tournament, it's fine to fold a lot of hands early on. Tournaments last for hours when you run deep and you're going to be folding a ton of hands through out the game, not just in the early stages. It is not crucial for you to double up early on in order to make it deep.

Doubling up early is not an indication that a player will make it deep in the MTT, just as folding a lot in the early stages doesn't mean you won't make it deep either.
 
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Can't stand those tourneys.
You're so dependent on quick luck or you're gone in the first 5 mins.
I stay clear of that game unless there's absolutely nothing else on the board.
 
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It really is luck in my opinion,personally, I play quietly and not agressory everything will be solved when the blinds are large
 
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Can't stand those tourneys.
You're so dependent on quick luck or you're gone in the first 5 mins.
I stay clear of that game unless there's absolutely nothing else on the board.
Because those first 5 mins are super crucial and will determine if you win or lose a game that can last 4+ hours.
 
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I see that there is a reason, because it does not pay to kill yourself in a player who is not calling to lose, and can sequence or get a flush in luck and end up knocking us out in the first minutes
 
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Do not make impulsive decisions, just call all-in opponents on the premium hands from any position: AK, QQ +.
 
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The surviving hand of the tournament for me AA or AK, but the latter is very risky, of course if all-ine. In General, the first half-hour doesn't suggest anything except strong steam to play, in the middle stage you can already relax, a sharp inadequate all-ins will be small. Want out of the game, go all-in, your cause, my brother said I like it, seeing my frequent all-ins, your task is to eliminated from a tournament or something?)) I got to thinking. And then I did an experiment, no all-ins without a strong 5-card hands, you would know how I was swearing dumping JJ and QQ, just because of the fact that I needed to get to the prize!) Of course it paid off, I would often get into the prizes but to hold out to the final tables. Initially poker is your own setting, what do you want to fly or get into the prizes? And if you are in the prizes, too, what you want to fly or final table? Such a policy may affect your game and it will become very constrained, but those who don't mind the effort to be bored in long distance, I think she will definitely bring a profit! Good luck!
 
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The surviving hand of the tournament for me AA or AK, but the latter is very risky, of course if all-ine. In General, the first half-hour doesn't suggest anything except strong steam to play, in the middle stage you can already relax, a sharp inadequate all-ins will be small. Want out of the game, go all-in, your cause, my brother said I like it, seeing my frequent all-ins, your task is to eliminated from a tournament or something?)) I got to thinking. And then I did an experiment, no all-ins without a strong 5-card hands, you would know how I was swearing dumping JJ and QQ, just because of the fact that I needed to get to the prize!) Of course it paid off, I would often get into the prizes but to hold out to the final tables. Initially poker is your own setting, what do you want to fly or get into the prizes? And if you are in the prizes, too, what you want to fly or final table? Such a policy may affect your game and it will become very constrained, but those who don't mind the effort to be bored in long distance, I think she will definitely bring a profit! Good luck!
in the final stages of the tournaments with hands like AA and Ak also go to all in many with low cards do not pay more then if there is luck to come on the low card just to celebrate
 
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Play your game. A Freeroll is no different from other tournaments, that's what you should have head. Your tactics should not differ and depend on the buy-in you paid. If you can be disciplined in the free tournament, then go all the way in a few hours in a MTT cash is not difficult. IMHO. :itsme:
 
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It depends of the blinds, how fast they go up.. but play your game and play intelligent
 
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Many players go all in at the start of a game. This is purely a psycological ploy, because most players don't want to lose their stack so early. However if they repeatedly go all in, call when you have a good hand, as they are most likely bluffing.
 
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