What is even going on here?
General answer to general question is it depends.
If you're short stacked it's probably best to let it go or shove in late position.
If you have a large stack use it to put pressure on the medium and smaller stacks. Be more aggressive against shorter stacks that need to chip up as the bubble approaches. Don't cal with trash hands just because youre stack is bigger.
it all depends on position and stack depth. 20+ BB in early position to hi Jack open raise 2,5 BB and fold to a push from the stack of 10+BB. After hi Jack, we have ourselves play 15-25 BB stack. Well, this is for games with more or less average stack
I usually I push all in. I don't look the position.. You guys?
it all depends on what your stack if less than 20 big blinds, you can simply go to the ALL in, but if the stack is greater then it is better to play as usual, because firstly, there is a chance take a big pot, and secondly the probability to fly will be less if the flop is bad for us, and fold, we still have ...
Depends on many factors really, position, skill level, stack sizes and of course the size of the pocket pair. I personally wouldn't shove anything below 10's unless you are fairly certain that the bet will get through. I'm never shoving low pairs from EP. It rarely works out for me. You know your gonna end up against bigger pairs some of the time you have them.
push allin medium pairs sometime is not bad. but if you push 77 from UTG... and some question. which bubble do you mean? SNG? good game, continue to do that. or MTT? need to think about many factors, like previously said
re: Poker & How do You play medium pairs în bubble game?
Here it depends on the stack. If you have over 20 blinds you should wait for others to go all in, it is important for you to get in the prize pool.
You might get caught when raising all in ( scenario , if nobody raised , you are up to act, and you go all in with 55, 66, 77 ( dealer , small blind) you might get called by the SM , BB with cards like k6, k7, A2, A3. you will see this type of play on pokerstars.. you might get out of the tournament if you find this type of player .
Well , the answer here is not that simple .
If I was playing a SNG I would think of my stack , position , the value of this middle pair and I would decide accordingly to these factors . If I was low stack I would shove more low pocket pairs .
If it was a tournament I would decide more carefully dependingly on position and stacks how I would play a pair .But on a tournament , if I werent the big or medium stack I wouldn't choose to play them if there wasn't a need if the prize pool was big . Generally on the bubble I avoid playing them , except if I have less than 18bb and its a good pair so I shove it on position , but if I am the have a medium stack I play it usually by limping oop or raising op or calling a raise on position
Well, ICM has made the decisions so easy that you should just download an ICM chart and play the bubble (Medium to short stack) using the shove or fold chart which tells you hand and position with what to do (Shove or fold).