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85FastLane Tournament Reviews - Sat Jun 29, 2013, 05:52 PM
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I don't know if I am posting this in the most relevant place, but I think its purpose is to facilitate discussion regarding NLHE MTT playing strategy, so ... ?

I have recently been staked to play a Big $22 once a week, usually on Saturday because that's when I have the time, or the option to play 2 at $11 (like a Sunday Storm + another) if I am available. This is an opportunity for me to really take my game much more seriously because I am still a micro-stakes player.

The one component that is missing from my poker progress is giving myself time to really review games I have played. I have decided to go through my hand history, flag hands that I was involved in or potentially could have been and create a video. I will upload these videos to YouTube for me to review. Unfortunately the video doesn't display the HUD information the way it does when watching the replay in PokerTracker.

I don't think these are very exciting to watch, they're really just for myself. But I figured since I'm doing it anyway I might as well post the videos here if anyone wanted to have a look. I welcome all the feedback you'll fire at me.

This first Big $22 was a good game. I really enjoyed playing at these higher stakes and the improved level of play that I found. I was a bit nervous and I don't know if I capitalized on all the places where there was opportunity to do so. My finish is somewhat shameful because I decided to just try to limp into the money rather than take some flips for a double-up. I'll have a closer look to try to find some more leaks.

The Big $22 on PokerStars 29/06/2013

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Sat Jul 06, 2013, 03:17 PM
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The Big $22 on PokerStars 06/07/2013
 
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Sat Jul 13, 2013, 02:36 PM
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The Big $22 on PokerStars 13/07/2013
 
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Mon Jul 29, 2013, 07:23 AM
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It is also a good option to review with a friend who play one level higher than you,you can learn more from him/her and discuss hands.
 

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