Generally need to double or triple up with an all in preflop. Then just wait for good hands to call off shorter stacks. There's a lot of luck involved since a lot of pots end up all in pre, so choose your spots and just go for it
For the first 5-10 hands, don't play anything other than AA, KK, QQ, JJ, TT, AK and AQ.
Also don't try to bet just get it in pre flop, cause there will be enough donks who will call you.
When ITM, just play a hand when you get into a good spot, because you don't have to worry about pay jumps
The frightening mode of the tournament-in fact, many for 1 hand go to the all-in from 990 people, after 1 hand out there are less than 700 players. The first minutes of the tournament weed out to 300-400 people. The hardest part of the tournament is when there are 300 people left, as there are only 50 prize places and the rates are growing rapidly.
You have to wait for a monster hand, 3x and if someone reraise you, you have to go all in. Depends on the case, most of the time there are people who will go all in with almost every hand. It's more luck than a strategy that you can use for this type of tournament. Good luck
Hello, I play passive with low bets until the blinds are in 400 at that moment my game changes, very aggressive game with hands of category 4 and 5 so I manage to steal the blinds necessary until I get a good hand and be able to raise myself in the table. This is a difficult thing because at that level if you have a stack under the players with big stack you will be very easy, so sometimes I go all in, in order to make effective my blind theft. I hope you serve, good luck at the tables.
Hyper is all about luck, it has nothing to do with poker. The decisions you make, the bets you make, the position you have, it doesn't matter because players are just shoving all in all the time.
Try the 25cent 45/90 man SNG's, they are slower.