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Tilting the final quarter. - Fri Feb 17, 2012, 11:49 AM
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Hello all I need some advice on the final quarter of Mtts. Example, yesterday in the 2k guaranteed, stacked with chips, 80th something, only 380 odd people left, blinds not that big compared to my stack ,and tilted out 300th something.
With been a player with relative small bankrolls I seem to panic when I get close to the big bucks.
Can any one advise me on this and how to deal with the pressure I start to feel?.
And any strategies for the later stages appreciated.
 
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Fri Feb 17, 2012, 12:27 PM
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Hello all I need some advice on the final quarter of Mtts. Example, yesterday in the 2k guaranteed, stacked with chips, 80th something, only 380 odd people left, blinds not that big compared to my stack ,and tilted out 300th something.
With been a player with relative small bankrolls I seem to panic when I get close to the big bucks.
Can any one advise me on this and how to deal with the pressure I start to feel?.
And any strategies for the later stages appreciated.

Maybe The langolier can reply better. He had raised this in live training at one point. If your playing within your level no big deal dont worry about the cash value just continue to play good solid poker.

Not sure what you can do about the panik factor. its just another table after all.

Have you tryed music in the background?

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