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Big Ante MTT Micro millions event #12 best strategy? - Thu Jul 18, 2013, 09:56 PM
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Hi I know im leaving it a bit late but i managed to qualify thru PSO for a game i dont usually play in

So I know theres going to be more money in the middle so im expecting an aggro game..maybe

But how shold I adjust/play in early middle and late stages of this assuming i survive that far ?

all comments/tips/help appeciated
 
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Fri Jul 19, 2013, 07:50 AM
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I'm not really an expert on this kind of game but I think the key to them is the pre flop betting. If you can see a flop cheap compared to the size of the pot then it's good to see lots of cheap flops in position. A lot of inexperienced players will bet 3x or just limp when the antes mean the pot is huge compared to this, when this happens it's often correct mathematically to call with some speculative hands. But when you have a hand and want to open/raise make sure your pre-flop bets are compared to the size of the pot rather than the blinds. I'd say 60% pot is what I'd bet? but I guess other people might have different ideas on sizing and I'm sure they'll post what they think.

Once it's post flop though it's the same as any other tourney so just play your game and good luck!



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Fri Jul 19, 2013, 12:38 PM
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Hi Chris

thank you

rolo
 

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