This is a discussion on Maximum number of simultaneous wins in a poker tournament within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Who has not had the fortune of having simultaneous profits without even having High cards (Aces, Kings). How many simultaneous victories in ALL IN mode
I have never been interested in such things. Maybe I didn't have allins at the same time in several tournaments without a map.
The largest number of tournaments I played was no more than 17, and I simply did not have time to count how many allins were happening at the same time.
Now I play no more than 4-5 tournaments at the same time and it is very rare for allins to happen simultaneously. And for statistics, this is very little.
But I am interested in what advantage this knowledge will give me.
re: Poker & Maximum number of simultaneous wins in a poker tournament
I never took that into account because it must be very difficult for you to have countless good hands in simultaneous games to give several all ins.
Especially since I'm not very adept at moving all-in just because I have AA, AK, KK, AQ, QQ, JJ.
Sure, we make bets to eliminate weaker hands and possible games that come against your hand, but going all-in just because you have a high hand is not something I usually do.
I usually take this step when I don't have enough chips to build a good pre-flop and post-flop raises strategy. Then we have to go from everything to everything or nothing.
Even so, these are not numbers that I keep as statistics.
But how much I won with a hand of everything in a cash game was $ 25.
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