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  25-Mar-13, 03:42   #1
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Jack_Daniels 

Joined: Aug '12
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 94
I took a poker break for a few months, i was on and off for a few hours a month which is nothing making decent profit on S&G Party Poker. Withdrew my poker balance and moving to FTP possibly for a bit. I have just about 10 years of experience in tournament poker but a bit rusty after the long break.

Feel free to give me some advanced strategy, your favourite ideas in MTTs, anything you can think of so I can brush up on my strategy reinforced with some of your own as a refresher, then practice. Thanks

     
  25-Mar-13, 10:09   #2
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thefly131 
Joined: Jun '10
Location: Belgium
Age: 43 (M)
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Well you should be a pro ... 10 years of experience and only 22 years old

well I am playing poketr not that long.. and not made much money yet ... so I am afraid I can not help you

Still good luck

     
  25-Mar-13, 11:12   #3
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Fakiry 

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 4764
Easy. Main strategy: keep tight, only play real high hands in the begining, don't mind watching your stack growing slow, as long as it keeps growing. This will always be better than being risking too much with worthless hands that, at any moment, with a good call from one of our opponents, all the profit made until there goes down the flush. After getting a nice distance from our opponents at the table in terms of stack, we can start thinking about risking a bit more, but not against those who have similar number of chips.

     
  25-Mar-13, 12:13   #4
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nipitiri3 
Joined: Nov '11
Location: Estonia
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 614
deposit big ammount cash then go high roller cash tbl maybe vs isildur and go all in preflop first hand Thumbs Up Thumbs Up after that u either have decent bankroll or ya screwed Aww crap!

     
  25-Mar-13, 14:03   #5
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Jack_Daniels 

Joined: Aug '12
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
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Posted by nipitiri3:
deposit big ammount cash then go high roller cash tbl maybe vs isildur and go all in preflop first hand Thumbs Up Thumbs Up after that u either have decent bankroll or ya screwed Aww crap!


HAHA, or mortgage property, gather life savings, go to vegas, roulette, Red or Black? xD

Posted by Fakiry:
Easy. Main strategy: keep tight, only play real high hands in the begining, don't mind watching your stack growing slow, as long as it keeps growing. This will always be better than being risking too much with worthless hands that, at any moment, with a good call from one of our opponents, all the profit made until there goes down the flush. After getting a nice distance from our opponents at the table in terms of stack, we can start thinking about risking a bit more, but not against those who have similar number of chips.


Thanks, that's my typical style, i RLY have to stay away from coin tosses and 66/33% hands because even though im a small favourite, you would be stunned by the amount i lose on those hands. Just got to keep making the right decisions i guess and hope the cards fall in my favour.

Posted by thefly131:
Well you should be a pro ... 10 years of experience and only 22 years old

well I am playing poketr not that long.. and not made much money yet ... so I am afraid I can not help you

Still good luck


If only you RLY knew, if you did, you would call me a liar xD anyway i hope im the next Viktor Blom of tourneys haha

     
  25-Mar-13, 15:31   #6
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occultum 
Joined: Aug '11
Location: Portugal
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actually its kind weird you saying 10 years of experience and being 22 .. :O

And if you have 10 years of experience how come are you asking for begginer advices? No offense but you should know the game inside out by now.

There is no mtt's Blom because he's known for his agressive style which isn't at all compatible with mtt and not so much by his winning consistency. Anyways there are alot of books out there for free about poker strategy.

     
  25-Mar-13, 16:17   #7
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Sorin888 
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 2375
Strange indeed to have 10 years experince in poker,maybe family poker or home games.Poker this days is faster than 5 yaers ago,so watch out for so called donks.A lot of poker rooms encourage one hand table or MTT.Pure luck.

     
  25-Mar-13, 16:40   #8
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Jack_Daniels 

Joined: Aug '12
Location: Canada
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 94
Posted by occultum:
actually its kind weird you saying 10 years of experience and being 22 .. :O

And if you have 10 years of experience how come are you asking for begginer advices? No offense but you should know the game inside out by now.

There is no mtt's Blom because he's known for his agressive style which isn't at all compatible with mtt and not so much by his winning consistency. Anyways there are alot of books out there for free about poker strategy.


I know thats why i said the Viktor blom of tourneys lol u know all about players i meant how good he is at high stakes that level of skill in tourneys lmao, And yes but after having nothing to do with poker after 3 months im trying to get back at my level of play before hand, i forget some strategy sometimes especially playing too aggro before the break in S&G

Posted by Sorin888:
Strange indeed to have 10 years experince in poker,maybe family poker or home games.Poker this days is faster than 5 yaers ago,so watch out for so called donks.A lot of poker rooms encourage one hand table or MTT.Pure luck.

Also yes i played online at a young age

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If you are actually curious about some of my up incoming future and history on poker its actually quite unbelievable lol u can shoot me a msg i always got time. Can briefly explain.

Edited by Jack_Daniels (Monday, March 25, 2013 @ 16:44 GMT)


     
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