in this article, share with us about your tactics in the tournament finals
In the tournament finals, you have to be very careful on what hands you play because the ante's getting high and people start calling ridiculous amounts so you really gotta know what you have is good or try to bluff everyone.
Depending on your current stack size, I would generally play passively until a few players have been knocked off, then when there are about 2/3 of players left I would change gears and play more agressively.
I try to play very carefully. At the final table payout is constantly changing. I watch the entire table stack sizes. I usually try to play medium-strength hands limp only after the table chip leader already in the drawing. It helps to understand the hands of the players that make the raise and a time to fold. If other players enter the pot then limping can see the flop. If the chip leader comes into the draw limp while often his arms would be weaker than my hands.
I remain focused on the games of my opponents. if I have a good stack. I try to steal some blind while waiting for the short stack to be forced to play and bust. otherwise with less than 10BB it's all-in with a good preflop hand.
Strategy without tactics is a long way to victory, but tactics without strategy are vanity before defeat. 90% of players make a mistake when they try to win one particular hand, instead of trying to win the tournament.
The two most important factors at the final table are chip sizes and position. If you raise UTG, you better be ready to reraise a 3bet. If the chip leader is 1-2 spots to your left, it is much harder to steal blinds, but you have to do it anyway.
Most hands on the final table never see a showdown, so you have to be selectively aggressive. Factor in your position and chip size even more than earlier in the tournament.
In the main, most players at the final table play very carefully, waiting for other players to depart.I play aggressively at the final table and at the same time cautiously.One who waits for everyone never wins a tournament)
There is no other fate than that which we choose ourselves!