Strategy to bet everything?

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:icon_bigs Do you prefer to check or all-in in a tournament when you have a good hand?
 
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You have to base this on opponent rather than just your hand. If you can get them to put in all their chips its best to check. Getting max value is the name of the game.
 
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That's the intention !

You should base this on your opponent and not just your hand. If you can get them to put in all their chips, you better check. Getting maximum value is the name of the game. [/QOTE]
:mad:for the most common mortals that the card tends to hit for those who have more chips in the tournament or higher in the account!
 
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Im glad that are not the only options :D
 
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You should base this on your opponent and not just your hand. If you can get them to put in all their chips, you better check. Getting maximum value is the name of the game. [/QOTE]
:mad:for the most common mortals that the card tends to hit for those who have more chips in the tournament or higher in the account!


say it isn't so

And as far as your initial question goes... 'It depends'
 
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It depends on how the other opponents are playing and how well or badly I go in the tournament, sometimes I think that when things don't go as expected and suddenly good cards arrive we say well this is what I expected and we go all-in, But as I say it depends on the reading that I have of the opponents so I can see how to get the best out of those cards
 
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I think you don't need to bet all the chips with premium hands! Collecting blinds with hands that come very rarely is not profitable!
 
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It depends on your stack, and a little bit on the stage of the tournament.
If the stack is 30bb or less, then go all-in with a strong hand.
If the stack is more than 30bb, then we play according to the situation and depending on who we are playing with, we go with a standard open-raise, we defend with a re-raise.
It's simple :D
 
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:icon_bigs Do you prefer to check or all-in in a tournament when you have a good hand?


This question is way to broad to get a solid response. There are tons of different strategies for different strength hands and mostly they are dependent on stack sizes and such. If you get into player dependent exploits the answers get even broader.
 
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:icon_bigs Do you prefer to check or all-in in a tournament when you have a good hand?


every situation is different, but one tries to put as much money as possible in the middle. It's very rare to say all int right away ...
 
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:icon_bigs Do you prefer to check or all-in in a tournament when you have a good hand?


I saw many movies of Daniel Negranu , how he is playin. On tournament like wsop , he made his first all in on third day, so i prefer do not do this, even you had a good card, percent is quite same.
 
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I saw many players prefer all-in preflop, especially in middle stage of a tournament.

If one do not have enough stacks or luck, not easy to pass middle stage.

So, in early stage one should take the chance to win more stacks, all-in will be necessary when get a good hand.
 
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check-fold ofc
Good hand not enough to win, only nutz
 
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Even a pocket pair of aces doesn't deserve an all-in. You will either take the blinds or even worse lose to the maniac. However, in a situation where your stack is less than 10 BB, you are already tied to the pot and will not be able to fold your strong hand. Everything will end very quickly with a game of everything and not always on your initiative. The best tactic in this case is to all-in to reduce the number of applicants for the pot and increase your chances of doubling.
 
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Even with the best hand, there is always the possibility of a bad beat. Always leave something for you in case you lose, so you can ho all in the next hand... Lol [emoji38].
 
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