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Posted on Jan 14th 2008  -  Subject: turbo rebuys
hi all. i've been playing online for about a year now,mostly freerolls but reinvesting the winnings playing sit n go's and small stake buy in tourneys.i just made a deposit on **** and got involved in a $3 dollar turbo rebuy,man it was crazy! people just playing any hand they got dealt and i hated it! i think i got a bit lucky with some decent hole cards and managed to come 36th of 343 and got a payout but is it wise to play this type of tourney and if so whats the correct strategy? I'm sorry if this is a real newbie kind of question!
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Posted on Jan 15th 2008
youll find any small buy in re-buy people go all in every hand till they build a decent stack.you can play this to your advantage though , just be patient and wait for big hands 9 times out of 10 youll come out on top
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Posted on Jan 15th 2008
Don't like rebuy tournaments much.  Need to either get lucky early on or be prepared to rebuy a few times.  People will go all-in on anything to pump up the chips on the table, in order to win it back later.
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Posted on Jan 15th 2008
youll find any small buy in re-buy people go all in every hand till they build a decent stack.you can play this to your advantage though , just be patient and wait for big hands 9 times out of 10 youll come out on topI agree, maybe you shoul play freezout tournaments they are not that much crazy.
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Posted on Jan 20th 2008
I hate rebuys and turbos too. At the higher stakes I imagine they are good but at the low they are just not worth playing. Too many bad players just gambling pretty much
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Posted on Jan 21st 2008
hi all. i've been playing online for about a year now,mostly freerolls but reinvesting the winnings playing sit n go's and small stake buy in tourneys.i just made a deposit on **** and got involved in a $3 dollar turbo rebuy,man it was crazy! people just playing any hand they got dealt and i hated it! i think i got a bit lucky with some decent hole cards and managed to come 36th of 343 and got a payout but is it wise to play this type of tourney and if so whats the correct strategy? I'm sorry if this is a real newbie kind of question!I really don't like rebuy tournaments because people start to playe every hands they have...some of themplay the biggest crap because they have enough money to do a rebuy..and a second one...and a third one.... ;o)
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Posted on Apr 20th 2008
I do not play turbos as the luck factor is so extreme.
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Posted on May 21st 2008
I agree turbos and rebuys benefy luck and who have money for rebuys and rebuys until get lucky and make a big stack   Freezout are most liked every one are iqual      
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Posted on May 23rd 2008
I never play (turbo) rebuys Rebuys really suck, because they easilier go allin with crap becasue they can rebuy
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Posted on Jun 3rd 2008
i reckon not playing em is a good strategy
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Posted on Jan 10th 2010
crazy tournaments, if you want to play them you should know you need at least one rebuy for them ;) , play tight and wait for a first good spot, shuv, you'll get by 3-4 players, you can quad up or rebuy, it's good that the prize gets huge, but not such a good tournament to play, on other hand, bad beats are lurching atound so if you play a freezeout and get sucked out you won't be able to play anymore
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