This is a discussion on Large tournament strategy within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; I usually just play one table sit n go's but am thinking about playing larger tournaments. So basically my question is, at the beginning of
I usually just play one table sit n go's but am thinking about playing larger tournaments. So basically my question is, at the beginning of larger tournaments would you recommend playing conservative and more aggressive as it progresses or vice versa?
some of the best poker graphs are from players that take more risk early on, to have a lot more chips early to later to take to ft, problem is at micro stakes it's less efficient, if you always get it in vs smaller stacks you cant bust lossing a flip. Another way of playing is just counter your opponents tendencies
Starting hands should depend on position and stack depth, prepare to make some big lay downs that your still too this day unsure about (you don't get to t he final table without folding the best hand sometimes). The longer the tournament is the more tired your going to be towards the end, remember the end is literally the only part that matters.
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