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I wanted to ask you for your advice, because I want to attend my first live tournament.
Do all the tournaments in the casinos have the same entry price? Or according to the level of each one there are different types of tournaments? And any other advice you need. Thank you.
 
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most casinos have different tournaments with different entry prices and different structures

for example, there is a casino in new hampshire that offers a $60 buy-in every saturday with 20k starting stack, while there is a $240 buy-in the last weekend of every month with a 40k starting stack
 
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I wanted to ask you for your advice, because I want to attend my first live tournament.
Do all the tournaments in the casinos have the same entry price? Or according to the level of each one there are different types of tournaments? And any other advice you need. Thank you.

When you play watch the dealer until its your turn to act. You dont want to act out of turn and get warned. 2nd make sure you protect your cards especially if you are sitting in one of the seats next to the dealer. If another card touches your cards and they are not protected "with a chip on the cards or your hand on them" your hand will be pulled into the muck a fold. Last bit of advise, just enjoy yourself and dont worry about the results.
 
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Learn to count the chips. It is very important. In an online game, we do not pay attention to the color and number of chips; in a live game, this will need to be done and done quickly.
 
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Play your normal game, don't let anything disturb your thoughts, and hope you make it to final table. Good luck.
 
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Stay focused. Be ready to act when it’s your turn. In the beginning, stay out of idle conversations...sometimes, you are sitting with people who know each other well and your “2 cents “ may be perceived at intrusive. Once you are totally comfortable, join in on casual chat...without losing track of what is going on at the table.
 
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Dont forget to keep up your aggression when you play live. Limping in to pots without putting pressure on people wont work live or online.
 
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