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Poker Tournament Tips – For Experienced Players Only

Posted by dami On July - 29 - 2013Comments Off on Poker Tournament Tips – For Experienced Players Only

Here are some tips poker tournament (for flop games), which should help your game and the results of it;
In the early stages of a tournament on his plan on the table for a while, you can not be moved if it is the “final” table. Get comfortable with your pillow, drinks or whatever you need. I cold when I play, even on a hot day, so I always bring a jacket, so I rattled my teeth on the game instead can focus. Now pay extra attention to the players at the table, you’ll here more than at any other table. Take it easy when you move your chips, have a hand in other words. Try to steal the blinds, if you can, when a round. An old saying is, if you can, the blinds once per round for the whole tournament, you’ll win the event. Think about it.

In the middle of a tournament, you want to stand out at a snail’s pace, which is a long time when about a quarter of the players away at the cash tables. See the chip stacks and to know what an average chip stack is, if your stack is less than that for a few chips to move, but only if you do not sweat much lower, if your just a little below the average wait for a hand until you pounce on them because you do not want to just blindly away. The most important part of the middle section of a tournament is to earn the money. “No kidding!” You say? Some people think that a low cash (gain a small amount of the buy-in back, for example) is bad, it’s all or nothing, baby. These people go for broke. When you start your money back You are now in a freeroll for the big score. This is a good place to be. Pace yourself in the middle, see all the stacks and really move the chips when you are at the 3-6 or 4-8 chip blind levels. Many players are afraid to get involved for such large pots and sit back here, that’s the wrong thing to do. This is your chance to collect these chips you need to reach the final table in comfort. In fact, it is virtually assured a 5th Place or better, no matter how bad you run once you make the money.

Now you are in the money and watch the players. Some can play, some are lucky enough to be here, and because you’re a player, you know what’s what. The lucky ones are the guys to go to. They hope that their luck holds up. It rarely does, because the wheat from the chaff has been separated. You are now in a difficult group. People who can play today are lucky and usually have more experience than they do. This really is excellent to the lucky boxes that make it this far. Respect them but do not fear them, the great cards, great location and be able to play, they soon will respect you, or they will go home to. When the final table I like to mess with them doing here, I could show a bluff to tight all the time. You’re in your hands now pays true. Some of these guys have been watching you all night and you never saw bluff so here just blow their minds, and they ask if you have bluffed the whole night. This makes for a really interesting final table. You must judge for yourself whether this is a good strategy to your specific table. Good luck, I hope this helps.