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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 11:38 am
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Hello again

In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played another one last night.

192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or so more than usual.

About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader was on 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing very tight and hoping to double through with decent cards.

After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with A6 and soon after double again with 88.

Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i think its suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your stack then bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.

By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about 28,000 and the blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.

My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i do or perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a resonable stack earlier on

cheers Daz007
seventwo
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 12:33 pm
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I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response you want?

"do you think i am right to play the way i do"
"i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"

You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right and ask us if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough info to make any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought you were playing badly you wouldn't like it.

--Previous Message--

: Hello again
:
: In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played another one
: last night.
:
: 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or so more than
: usual.
:
: About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader was on
: 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing very tight and
: hoping to double through with decent cards.
:
: After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with A6 and soon
: after double again with 88.
:
: Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i think its
: suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your stack then
: bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
:
: By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about 28,000 and the
: blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
:
: My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i do or
: perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a resonable
: stack earlier on
:
: cheers Daz007
DAZ007
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 1:08 pm
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Yet again ,another smart arse comment!!!!

I dont need sunshine blown up my ass i only wanted to see if it could be possible to perhaps change my style of play to gain chips at the begining of a tourney.

If you have any comments on my style of play,good,bad or indifferent i will only be to pleased to read them and take the positive points from them to enhance my play.



--Previous Message--

: I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response you want?
:
: "do you think i am right to play the way i do"
: "i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"
:
: You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right and ask us
: if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough info to make
: any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought you were
: playing badly you wouldn't like it.
:
: --Previous Message--
:
: : Hello again
: :
: : In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played another
: one
: : last night.
: :
: : 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or so more
: than
: : usual.
: :
: : About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader was on
: : 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing very tight
: and
: : hoping to double through with decent cards.
: :
: : After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with A6 and
: soon
: : after double again with 88.
: :
: : Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i think its
: : suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your stack
: then
: : bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
: :
: : By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about 28,000 and
: the
: : blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
: :
: : My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i do or
: : perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a
: resonable
: : stack earlier on
: :
: : cheers Daz007
PeterB
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 1:52 pm
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Daz.

I can see the logic behind your thoughts. Since you assume everyone else will be playing very fast, you are almost certain to get paid off when you hit a good hand.

Two good principles in poker to follow(particularly tournaments) are (a) do what your opponents don't want you to do and (b) do what your opponents are not doing (or do what they are doing, but more so).

Since it would be virtually impossible to play faster than most people would be doing in this type of game, logic would seem to dictate that playing a normal ring game strategy in the early stages is likely to give you a positive EV for a sequence of tournaments.

Pete



--Previous Message--

: Yet again ,another smart arse comment!!!!
:
: I dont need sunshine blown up my ass i only wanted to see if it could be
: possible to perhaps change my style of play to gain chips at the begining of a
: tourney.
:
: If you have any comments on my style of play,good,bad or indifferent i will
: only be to pleased to read them and take the positive points from them to
: enhance my play.
:
:
:
: --Previous Message--
:
: : I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response you
: want?
: :
: : "do you think i am right to play the way i do"
: : "i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"
: :
: : You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right and ask
: us
: : if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough info to
: make
: : any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought you were
: : playing badly you wouldn't like it.
: :
: : --Previous Message--
: :
: : : Hello again
: : :
: : : In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played another
: : one
: : : last night.
: : :
: : : 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or so more
: : than
: : : usual.
: : :
: : : About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader was on
: : : 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing very
: tight
: : and
: : : hoping to double through with decent cards.
: : :
: : : After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with A6 and
: : soon
: : : after double again with 88.
: : :
: : : Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i think its
: : : suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your stack
: : then
: : : bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
: : :
: : : By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about 28,000
: and
: : the
: : : blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
: : :
: : : My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i do or
: : : perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a
: : resonable
: : : stack earlier on
: : :
: : : cheers Daz007
Ben
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 4:49 pm
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Have you won any sit & go tables online Daz?


--Previous Message--

: Daz.
:
: I can see the logic behind your thoughts. Since you assume everyone else will
: be playing very fast, you are almost certain to get paid off when you hit a good
: hand.
:
: Two good principles in poker to follow(particularly tournaments) are (a) do
: what your opponents don't want you to do and (b) do what your opponents are not
: doing (or do what they are doing, but more so).
:
: Since it would be virtually impossible to play faster than most people would
: be doing in this type of game, logic would seem to dictate that playing a normal
: ring game strategy in the early stages is likely to give you a positive EV for a
: sequence of tournaments.
:
: Pete
:
:
:
: --Previous Message--
:
: : Yet again ,another smart arse comment!!!!
: :
: : I dont need sunshine blown up my ass i only wanted to see if it could be
: : possible to perhaps change my style of play to gain chips at the begining of
: a
: : tourney.
: :
: : If you have any comments on my style of play,good,bad or indifferent i will
: : only be to pleased to read them and take the positive points from them to
: : enhance my play.
: :
: :
: :
: : --Previous Message--
: :
: : : I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response you
: : want?
: : :
: : : "do you think i am right to play the way i do"
: : : "i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"
: : :
: : : You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right and
: ask
: : us
: : : if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough info to
: : make
: : : any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought you
: were
: : : playing badly you wouldn't like it.
: : :
: : : --Previous Message--
: : :
: : : : Hello again
: : : :
: : : : In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played
: another
: : : one
: : : : last night.
: : : :
: : : : 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or so
: more
: : : than
: : : : usual.
: : : :
: : : : About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader was
: on
: : : : 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing very
: : tight
: : : and
: : : : hoping to double through with decent cards.
: : : :
: : : : After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with A6
: and
: : : soon
: : : : after double again with 88.
: : : :
: : : : Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i think
: its
: : : : suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your stack
: : : then
: : : : bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
: : : :
: : : : By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about 28,000
: : and
: : : the
: : : : blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
: : : :
: : : : My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i do or
: : : : perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a
: : : resonable
: : : : stack earlier on
: : : :
: : : : cheers Daz007
Daz007
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2003 5:06 pm
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Hello again,

Thank you for comments guys much appreciated and taken on board.

As for sit and go,im not to sure what you mean i asume thats limit or no limit tables as apposed to tourney play.

The answer to the above is that i really get angry and upset on limit tables when someone calls your far superior hand only to hit the flush or straight on the river etc etc.

No limit tables ive tried my hand at a few times but i feel most of the time anyway that the bullies with the bigger starting balance will just muscle in to many times.

Please dont get me wrong ive won my fair share but must admit i love sticking to my no-limit tourneys it seems to suit me just fine on my style of play.

I have to say i find sit and go much tougher and frustrating for me where i lose the rag very quickly and go on tilt but on the other hand can sit at a no-limit tourney quite patientely for ages without playing a single hand.

Wierd aint it!!! ta Daz007


--Previous Message--

: Have you won any sit & go tables online Daz?
:
:
: --Previous Message--
:
: : Daz.
: :
: : I can see the logic behind your thoughts. Since you assume everyone else
: will
: : be playing very fast, you are almost certain to get paid off when you hit a
: good
: : hand.
: :
: : Two good principles in poker to follow(particularly tournaments) are (a) do
: : what your opponents don't want you to do and (b) do what your opponents are
: not
: : doing (or do what they are doing, but more so).
: :
: : Since it would be virtually impossible to play faster than most people
: would
: : be doing in this type of game, logic would seem to dictate that playing a
: normal
: : ring game strategy in the early stages is likely to give you a positive EV
: for a
: : sequence of tournaments.
: :
: : Pete
: :
: :
: :
: : --Previous Message--
: :
: : : Yet again ,another smart arse comment!!!!
: : :
: : : I dont need sunshine blown up my ass i only wanted to see if it could be
: : : possible to perhaps change my style of play to gain chips at the begining
: of
: : a
: : : tourney.
: : :
: : : If you have any comments on my style of play,good,bad or indifferent i
: will
: : : only be to pleased to read them and take the positive points from them to
: : : enhance my play.
: : :
: : :
: : :
: : : --Previous Message--
: : :
: : : : I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response you
: : : want?
: : : :
: : : : "do you think i am right to play the way i do"
: : : : "i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"
: : : :
: : : : You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right and
: : ask
: : : us
: : : : if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough info
: to
: : : make
: : : : any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought you
: : were
: : : : playing badly you wouldn't like it.
: : : :
: : : : --Previous Message--
: : : :
: : : : : Hello again
: : : : :
: : : : : In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played
: : another
: : : : one
: : : : : last night.
: : : : :
: : : : : 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or so
: : more
: : : : than
: : : : : usual.
: : : : :
: : : : : About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader
: was
: : on
: : : : : 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing very
: : : tight
: : : : and
: : : : : hoping to double through with decent cards.
: : : : :
: : : : : After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with A6
: : and
: : : : soon
: : : : : after double again with 88.
: : : : :
: : : : : Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i think
: : its
: : : : : suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your
: stack
: : : : then
: : : : : bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
: : : : :
: : : : : By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about
: 28,000
: : : and
: : : : the
: : : : : blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
: : : : :
: : : : : My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i do
: or
: : : : : perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a
: : : : resonable
: : : : : stack earlier on
: : : : :
: : : : : cheers Daz007
seventwo
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 12:48 pm
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Hi Daz, FYI sit'n'gos are 1 or 2 table tourneys where the top 3-4 players get paid. There's no set start time, play begins when the tables are full, hence the name.

I know what you mean about feeling more secure in a tourney than a ring game. This is because of a couple of reasons:
1. In a tourney your money is already in, you can't walk away with what you've got, so you must either place or get knocked out.
2. As the value of chips changes in tourneys, you feel more comfortable with more chips, as they are worth less in the later stages, due to increases in blinds.
3. You can be more patient in tourneys (freezeouts anyway) because you know that once your chips are gone you can't rebuy.

In relation to your point about people drawing to straights and flushes in limit HE ring games, this is often because they have good pot odds. One way of countering this is to keep the pot small pre-flop and raise on the flop. thus the raise will be big enough compared to the pot to scare others out.

In relation to your point about big stacks bullying at NLHE ring games, on the sites I play, there is a maximum buy-in of 100xBB, so if you're sitting down short-stacked you're probobly sitting on a table where the blinds are too big. Try moving down a gear.

P.S. In my last post I wasn't slagging you off for the sake of it. I genuinely didn't know if you wanted advice or to brag, but I'll take your word for it.

--Previous Message--

: Hello again,
:
: Thank you for comments guys much appreciated and taken on board.
:
: As for sit and go,im not to sure what you mean i asume thats limit or no limit
: tables as apposed to tourney play.
:
: The answer to the above is that i really get angry and upset on limit tables
: when someone calls your far superior hand only to hit the flush or straight on
: the river etc etc.
:
: No limit tables ive tried my hand at a few times but i feel most of the time
: anyway that the bullies with the bigger starting balance will just muscle in to
: many times.
:
: Please dont get me wrong ive won my fair share but must admit i love sticking
: to my no-limit tourneys it seems to suit me just fine on my style of play.
:
: I have to say i find sit and go much tougher and frustrating for me where i
: lose the rag very quickly and go on tilt but on the other hand can sit at a
: no-limit tourney quite patientely for ages without playing a single hand.
:
: Wierd aint it!!! ta Daz007
:
:
: --Previous Message--
:
: : Have you won any sit & go tables online Daz?
: :
: :
: : --Previous Message--
: :
: : : Daz.
: : :
: : : I can see the logic behind your thoughts. Since you assume everyone else
: : will
: : : be playing very fast, you are almost certain to get paid off when you hit
: a
: : good
: : : hand.
: : :
: : : Two good principles in poker to follow(particularly tournaments) are (a)
: do
: : : what your opponents don't want you to do and (b) do what your opponents
: are
: : not
: : : doing (or do what they are doing, but more so).
: : :
: : : Since it would be virtually impossible to play faster than most people
: : would
: : : be doing in this type of game, logic would seem to dictate that playing a
: : normal
: : : ring game strategy in the early stages is likely to give you a positive
: EV
: : for a
: : : sequence of tournaments.
: : :
: : : Pete
: : :
: : :
: : :
: : : --Previous Message--
: : :
: : : : Yet again ,another smart arse comment!!!!
: : : :
: : : : I dont need sunshine blown up my ass i only wanted to see if it could
: be
: : : : possible to perhaps change my style of play to gain chips at the
: begining
: : of
: : : a
: : : : tourney.
: : : :
: : : : If you have any comments on my style of play,good,bad or indifferent i
: : will
: : : : only be to pleased to read them and take the positive points from them
: to
: : : : enhance my play.
: : : :
: : : :
: : : :
: : : : --Previous Message--
: : : :
: : : : : I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response
: you
: : : : want?
: : : : :
: : : : : "do you think i am right to play the way i do"
: : : : : "i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"
: : : : :
: : : : : You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right
: and
: : : ask
: : : : us
: : : : : if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough
: info
: : to
: : : : make
: : : : : any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought you
: : : were
: : : : : playing badly you wouldn't like it.
: : : : :
: : : : : --Previous Message--
: : : : :
: : : : : : Hello again
: : : : : :
: : : : : : In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played
: : : another
: : : : : one
: : : : : : last night.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or
: so
: : : more
: : : : : than
: : : : : : usual.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip leader
: : was
: : : on
: : : : : : 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing
: very
: : : : tight
: : : : : and
: : : : : : hoping to double through with decent cards.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with
: A6
: : : and
: : : : : soon
: : : : : : after double again with 88.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i
: think
: : : its
: : : : : : suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your
: : stack
: : : : : then
: : : : : : bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about
: : 28,000
: : : : and
: : : : : the
: : : : : : blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i
: do
: : or
: : : : : : perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up a
: : : : : resonable
: : : : : : stack earlier on
: : : : : :
: : : : : : cheers Daz007
DAZ007
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 14, 2003 1:02 pm
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No problem,truce Smile

Thanks for your input and advice.

--Previous Message--

: Hi Daz, FYI sit'n'gos are 1 or 2 table tourneys where the top 3-4 players get
: paid. There's no set start time, play begins when the tables are full, hence
: the name.
:
: I know what you mean about feeling more secure in a tourney than a ring game.
: This is because of a couple of reasons:
: 1. In a tourney your money is already in, you can't walk away with what you've
: got, so you must either place or get knocked out.
: 2. As the value of chips changes in tourneys, you feel more comfortable with
: more chips, as they are worth less in the later stages, due to increases in
: blinds.
: 3. You can be more patient in tourneys (freezeouts anyway) because you know
: that once your chips are gone you can't rebuy.
:
: In relation to your point about people drawing to straights and flushes in
: limit HE ring games, this is often because they have good pot odds. One way of
: countering this is to keep the pot small pre-flop and raise on the flop. thus
: the raise will be big enough compared to the pot to scare others out.
:
: In relation to your point about big stacks bullying at NLHE ring games, on the
: sites I play, there is a maximum buy-in of 100xBB, so if you're sitting down
: short-stacked you're probobly sitting on a table where the blinds are too big.
: Try moving down a gear.
:
: P.S. In my last post I wasn't slagging you off for the sake of it. I
: genuinely didn't know if you wanted advice or to brag, but I'll take your word
: for it.
:
: --Previous Message--
:
: : Hello again,
: :
: : Thank you for comments guys much appreciated and taken on board.
: :
: : As for sit and go,im not to sure what you mean i asume thats limit or no
: limit
: : tables as apposed to tourney play.
: :
: : The answer to the above is that i really get angry and upset on limit
: tables
: : when someone calls your far superior hand only to hit the flush or straight
: on
: : the river etc etc.
: :
: : No limit tables ive tried my hand at a few times but i feel most of the
: time
: : anyway that the bullies with the bigger starting balance will just muscle in
: to
: : many times.
: :
: : Please dont get me wrong ive won my fair share but must admit i love
: sticking
: : to my no-limit tourneys it seems to suit me just fine on my style of play.
: :
: : I have to say i find sit and go much tougher and frustrating for me where i
: : lose the rag very quickly and go on tilt but on the other hand can sit at a
: : no-limit tourney quite patientely for ages without playing a single hand.
: :
: : Wierd aint it!!! ta Daz007
: :
: :
: : --Previous Message--
: :
: : : Have you won any sit & go tables online Daz?
: : :
: : :
: : : --Previous Message--
: : :
: : : : Daz.
: : : :
: : : : I can see the logic behind your thoughts. Since you assume everyone
: else
: : : will
: : : : be playing very fast, you are almost certain to get paid off when you
: hit
: : a
: : : good
: : : : hand.
: : : :
: : : : Two good principles in poker to follow(particularly tournaments) are
: (a)
: : do
: : : : what your opponents don't want you to do and (b) do what your opponents
: : are
: : : not
: : : : doing (or do what they are doing, but more so).
: : : :
: : : : Since it would be virtually impossible to play faster than most people
: : : would
: : : : be doing in this type of game, logic would seem to dictate that playing
: a
: : : normal
: : : : ring game strategy in the early stages is likely to give you a positive
: : EV
: : : for a
: : : : sequence of tournaments.
: : : :
: : : : Pete
: : : :
: : : :
: : : :
: : : : --Previous Message--
: : : :
: : : : : Yet again ,another smart arse comment!!!!
: : : : :
: : : : : I dont need sunshine blown up my ass i only wanted to see if it could
: : be
: : : : : possible to perhaps change my style of play to gain chips at the
: : begining
: : : of
: : : : a
: : : : : tourney.
: : : : :
: : : : : If you have any comments on my style of play,good,bad or indifferent
: i
: : : will
: : : : : only be to pleased to read them and take the positive points from
: them
: : to
: : : : : enhance my play.
: : : : :
: : : : :
: : : : :
: : : : : --Previous Message--
: : : : :
: : : : : : I think you're the best player in the world. Is that the response
: : you
: : : : : want?
: : : : : :
: : : : : : "do you think i am right to play the way i do"
: : : : : : "i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)"
: : : : : :
: : : : : : You tell us about your wins, tell us you think you're playing right
: : and
: : : : ask
: : : : : us
: : : : : : if we agree or not. What's the point. There's not nearly enough
: : info
: : : to
: : : : : make
: : : : : : any sort of intelligible analysis and if anyone said they thought
: you
: : : : were
: : : : : : playing badly you wouldn't like it.
: : : : : :
: : : : : : --Previous Message--
: : : : : :
: : : : : : : Hello again
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : In response to my many threads regarding speed tourneys,i played
: : : : another
: : : : : : one
: : : : : : : last night.
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : 192 people started off the $10 speed tourney which is about 80 or
: : so
: : : : more
: : : : : : than
: : : : : : : usual.
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : About 15 minutes had gone by i hadnt won a single hand,chip
: leader
: : : was
: : : : on
: : : : : : : 11,000 and i was on 1,500 but i kept to my game plan by playing
: : very
: : : : : tight
: : : : : : and
: : : : : : : hoping to double through with decent cards.
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : After another 5 mins im down to 850 but managed to double up with
: : A6
: : : : and
: : : : : : soon
: : : : : : : after double again with 88.
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : Anyway bottom line is i made 6th place(not bad out of 192)and i
: : think
: : : : its
: : : : : : : suits my game of very tight at the begining try and increase your
: : : stack
: : : : : : then
: : : : : : : bully smaller stacks on the way to the final table.
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : By the time i reached the final table i was down again to about
: : : 28,000
: : : : : and
: : : : : : the
: : : : : : : blinds were 15,000/30,000 so i prayed but my 4-7 never held up.
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : My question or point is do you think i am right to play the way i
: : do
: : : or
: : : : : : : perhaps should be a little more loose and aggressive to build up
: a
: : : : : : resonable
: : : : : : : stack earlier on
: : : : : : :
: : : : : : : cheers Daz007
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