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hyper-turbo satellites - Mon Aug 20, 2012, 06:09 PM
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Since: Oct 2011
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Hey all,

I recently tried out hyper-turbo 6-max satellites. These tournaments start with 500 in chips, and 25/50 blinds and a 10 chip ante. The blinds dubble every 3 minutes. After 100 of these tournaments (which i know is a very small samplesize), my ROI in EV is like 1%.

The buy-in for the tournaments i played was $3,80, the top 2 finishers get a ticket to the sunday storm and the 3rd one gets $0,38. If you win a satelite, you can unregister and take the tournament dollars.

I didn't find any training videos on PSO, ultimategrinders **removed link JWK24** and cardrunners. I was wondering if any1 had ay strategy guides and BR management guidelines for these tournaments. I think it can be very rewarding to be a winning player at these games, because they last 10 minutes max.

I know a bit about ICM but maybe some of you guys has a chart with shoving ranges in general.

Tom

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Mon Aug 20, 2012, 06:26 PM
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Since: Apr 2012
Posts: 79
Well,those hyper turbo's ask for high variance.In my opinium,hyper turbo 6max satt is mostly gambling and being lucky all the time.About bankroll-management:I prefer to have 150buy-ins for that.

Good luck buddy !
 
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Mon Aug 20, 2012, 10:08 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
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Just what you asked for from spacegravy.

Good luck
Doug


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