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Posted on Jan 5th 2007  -  Subject: starts
i like to have good solid hands after the flop when theres a lot of people in a tourney . but when the players are down and the chips are up i like to be aggressive.
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Posted on Jan 7th 2007
sound strategy
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Posted on Jan 8th 2007
good stratagy
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Posted on Jan 9th 2007
I use to play like that and I had a lot of money finishes. That said before January 2006 (1 year ago) I had only 2 win in more than 500 entrant MTTs in more than 2 1/2 years. in 2006 tweaked my strategy a bit I won 6 MTTs and made more final table just in the 4 months than I ever made before. I prefer to take more gamble early to build a big stack and being able to afford being more patient in the middle stages of the tournament. My strategy early in an MTT is a mix of Kill Phil, HOH 1 with small tweaks of my own. Belive me its really more profitable... of course I make a lot less money finishes but I reach the big $$$ so more often that it cant be compare. KJ
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Posted on Jan 9th 2007
I like to be agressive if the table is in tigh game and tigh if the table is agressive. In final tables super agressive!!! Becomes difficult the reading.
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Posted on Jan 9th 2007
It's funny you know, I agree with pokeroo first and Kingjack now. I was going to go back to the books and look for a tweek or two, and thanks to KJ I will .
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Posted on Jan 10th 2007
It's funny you know, I agree with pokeroo first and Kingjack now. I was going to go back to the books and look for a tweek or two, and thanks to KJ I will . Never a bad thing to read book and read them again... I red HOH1 3 times and I'm reading HOH2 right now for the 5th time! Kill Phill will follow and it will be for a 3rd time! I always learn something new! Or at least I always find a new wa to apply what I learned the 1st time. KJ
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Posted on Jan 10th 2007
Good but a riskly strategy....
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Posted on Jan 11th 2007
same
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Good but a riskly strategy.... Well... I found that it was less risky to play a lot of pots early and being able to put all my money in often with 2 pairs, 2overs + FD, Str8 + Flush Draw, bottom set, a pair + a FD VS Waiting for big hands, racking a few smalls pots early and having to put my tournament at stakes with AKo PF in the first 30 minutes after the break... Yes I had some succes with that strategy... big time... I was a winner. But in 2006 I made 6K in profits from MTTs changing my strategy and its twice more than I made in the first 21/2 years before. And I did'nt change my stakes.... KJ
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Posted on Jan 11th 2007
i like to have good solid hands after the flop when theres a lot of people in a tourney . . I like to have good solid hands asfer the flop, not matter how many there left in the tourney. But I guess you did not mean exacty what you was writing. I guess you only play good solid hands after the flop early in the tourney? Your strategi sounds like what you can read on the first page in any ABC book. I agree that is a good strategy in smaller tourneys with serious players. But if you use it in bigger ones with a lot of kamikaze player, you will find yourself far behind.
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Posted on Jan 11th 2007
Yeah agressive playing is good if you have much chips or don't
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Posted on Jan 12th 2007
My early stage game plan is survival, I avoid marginal hands and calls - even if I know the other guy is bluffing. But once I get to the middle stages, then I loosen up a bit and the aggression factor goes up as well. Someone once said that it is rare for the early chip leader to actually carry on and win the tournament.
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Posted on Jan 13th 2007
i like to have good solid hands after the flop when theres a lot of people in a tourney . but when the players are down and the chips are up i like to be aggressive. thats a normal strategie, but u always need the luck at the right time
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