Turbo Sit N Go Strategy

adam57

adam57

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I wrote another article for my blog about turbo sit n go strategy. Tell me what you guys think.

Turbo Sit & Go Strategy.

The Information: By: Adam Runderson.

Now I’m not a very big Sit & Go player but recently on Royal Vegas Poker I decided to play some from some tournament money I had won. I only had about 30 minutes so I decided to play a turbo tournament. It was a six seat table 10$ Buy In. First place got a prize of 35 dollars and second got 15.

The Tournament:

My first we hands were 4 10, 3 8, 2 4. I folded each hand. By the start of the fourth hand the blinds were 50/100 and there were only 3 people left! I was now on the button and the player to the right of me had 600 chips left and was in the big blind. His stack was now down to 500. I folded my hand and watched as he lost the hand and was down to 150 chips. I was now at 750 chips after I posted my BB, the player on my right was down to 100. I was dealt A9, I decided to push him all in. I ended up winning with a pair of 9’s and my stack was now at 1000. I was a 5:1 underdog with the blinds at 100/200. Still after 6 hands I had made a profit of 5 dollars. Long story short I ended up losing this tournament. I played in 2 more I got another 2nd place and finally on my third tournament I managed to get QQ and AK doubled up to 4500 and took first place. For a total of 45 dollars in about 30 minutes!

The Rundown.

I guess my strategy here is to wait for a decent hand and let the other people play each other out. Since it’s a turbo tournament people think they have to act fast and they get burned by the increasing blinds. If you wait for a decent hand play it and get as many chips as possible you will get called. There are very easy to money in. Tell me if this works for you.


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woodsy44

woodsy44

Rock Star
not to have a go but it could use a little more detail maybe what kind of hands to play. I play a lot of SnG Turbos and i play a lot more looser in the hands i play, as you dont always have time to wait for a big hand, and if you do, your chips have prob been eaten away at while waiting.
 
adam57

adam57

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No like I meant decent like 10 9 , J 9 JT, Q-8. K-7 A-4. You have to play looser but Im saying wait like 2 or 3 hands usually by then 2 or 3 people are gone.
 
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pokerfjaas

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yep . play so many hands you can for small money

i play the turbo very hard, if i have a good hand then i move all in
 
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shinedown.45

shinedown.45

Legend
I'm with adam on this one, patience is the key and broaden your choices in cards to play, not the usual A-A, A-K, K-K, also add Q, J, and 10 in there and pocket pairs are worth the usual limp in.
 
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Lula

Guest
I think we should play tight in initial hands and hope to get a tight image of us then raise with mediumhands and at the bubble get very agressive because no one wants to get out!
I play like that and have very good results.
 
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