- Apr 24, 2021
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Thnx for the suggestion. 🙏🙏That's depends on your position, what action was before your turn, your stack size, effective stack size, stage of the tournament. Your range in one situation can look pretty different from your range in another situation.
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I'm curious to know from experienced player which is the hands range that i should not play during tournaments?
It is not possible to determine exactly which range to use for the game.. And wrong to say about this, because the final result is influenced by a lot of factors.. 80% depends on the players you are playing against. The format and stage of the tournament, your position at the table and in the tournament, and how comfortable the table is for the game. (about which players are nearby). It is necessary to carefully study the opponent and build tactics and strategy on the tournament.
There are a lot of factors and it is not right to talk only about possible bad and good hands.. Of course, there are hands that should not be actively played, 27, 38, 4T or 39 - 29, but these are only recommendations and you should not strictly follow them.. Sometimes it is useful to go into the distribution with 27 ))) Therefore, think more broadly and do not focus only on your hand The main it's is mistakes at the table on your part and luck in relation to you, if everything works out for you, the cards will not be the main factor Good luck ))