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/Nov/2014

Back to the felt for a Deepstack

By: LkySlev1n @ 15:36 (EST) / 246 / Comment ( 0 )

I'm just about to play a deepstacked tournament on Pokerstars, and another again later this evening. I'm playing these because I want to minimise variance and the deepstack and slow structure does this about as best as you can in poker, providing you are smart with your stack.

 

To play really well in a tournament you have to believe in yourself. You have to know you are the best player at the table and that you are going to play the best game of your life.

That's my plan for this next game, and I plan to share the results with you once it's complete.

PSO is such a great resource before the tournament I am watching this:

https://www.pokerschoolonline.com/articles/Deep-Stacking-Part-1

Good luck at the felt, and run well!

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