Not necessary. There is also such a thing as $/hour. And in many tournaments, if a person plays a lot of them, registering late can bring in more $/hour.You need to register from the very beginning of the tournament, because if you register late, there will be a large backlog of chips and it will be difficult to win back, unless you are very lucky or using a bluff.
I think it is best to start from the beginning, that is, from the beginning of the tournament. This way, you will have more time to build your stack, and since you start from the beginning of the tournament, you won't have to take too many risks.What is the best time to join a Poker tournament? Early, Middle or Late?
It always depends on the tournament, generally I think it's good to start early or at most until the middle of registration. You can understand a bit about the players and how this tournament works. You will be able to collect chips without being in a risky situation, if you enter the end and you could play more smoothly as well. That may not matter much in tournaments that paid the entry fee, in freerolls, but it depends on each player.When is the best time to participate in a Poker tournament? Sooner, middle, or late
Agree 100 % with Irina.Personally, I prefer to register for the tournament in advance and play from the very beginning. Especially if it's a KO or a Bounty Builder tournament - in these it matters how quickly you manage to raise your stack to the best on your table.
HiWhat is the best time to join a Poker tournament? Early, Middle or Late?