Poker Tournament Strategy
Tournament poker involves a number of concepts that you’ll not find in cash games, such as being chased by increasing blinds, playing with short stacks, the risk of being eliminated, long sessions where you cannot get up, steep prize structures at the final table, etc. Hopefully we’ll cover most of those areas in the articles. One day.
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Strategies for Top-Heavy Poker Tournaments
Finishing 20th in a big Sunday tournament gives you a nice, four-figure payout. But in the long run, it's better to finish 40th.
When you go deep in a big online poker tournament for the first time, your first instinct is to do whatever you can to avoid being eliminated.
You don't want to risk your tournament...
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