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Confusion. Freerolls Vs. Money Tourneys

By: SpiffsGirl @ 12:27 (EST) / 250 / Comment ( 4 )

So, I finally decided to start a blog. I debated what my first post would be, but I decided I wanted some advice about this topic. Freerolls Vs. Money Tourneys. I am noticing that I can go into a freeroll with up to 10,000 players, and get into the money, but when I play in a tournament, I bomb for some reason, and I rarely get into the money. I would like to say that I am playing the same style. I have no idea what I am doing wrong. I am baffled that I can get into the money with freerolls, and not get into the money in money tourneys. I have gone through the poker school, and would say I play tight, and with the better hands. Any advice? Give me some feedback.

Thanks Guys!


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