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Full Tilt freeroll strategy guide  +5   
Ok. After 20 min. of play I was ready to write this guide.
Ít´s actually a very easy game. A variation on NL Holdem called Freeroll Holdem.

Rules:

When holding an Ax - go All-in
When holding ANY pair - go All-in
When holding 2 face cards - go All-in
When someone goes All-in - go All-in with ANY holding, because there are a LOT of chips to be won and any 2 cards can win, right?
When holding 2 high cards, and someone raises on a low flop, go All-in, because you are holding the higher cards.
Call any pre-flop raise with ANY 2 suited cards, because you´re holding a probable Flush.
If you´re holding a low pair and you failed to go All-in pre-flop, and the flop hits 3 overcards with a lot of raising, go All-in NOW, they´re probably bluffing.
If you hit a backdoor straight on the Flop, go All-in, you´re almost there.
When there is a lot of raising on the flop and the turn, keep raising higher whatever you´re holding. It´s not the cards you´re holding, it´s your agressive table image that wins pots.
When you´ve got a huge stack, go All-in on every hand. You´ll either win or lose it´s 50/50 all the way, and you´re the big stack after all.

Follow these simple guidelines, and you´re sure to either win or lose the tournament. It´s 50/50.
I lost, so next time I´m bound to win, right?

Big Smile

     
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yes u are right i play here too and any a2 was all in many times in 20 minutes os better no play here or just play bingop oker and if u have luck u ll be the winner Big Smile
good luck all in this poker bingo fiesta D:

     
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you have been watching me play.. Big Smile so it wasnt just the tables i was playing then Aww crap!
Worship to the stratergy
Aww crap! to 99% of the players (loose description) we encountered yesterday.
Dollar was in twice inc a typical b.beat of a backdoor strait river card (ALL IN OF COURSE)

     
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I think i will print this guide and use it the next time i play with my friends at our saturday night poker. Might work, considering the bad poker they play Smile Next monday i will write again about this subject. We use to play 6 or 7 guys tourney with 5€ buy-in, and 50%,30%,20% prizes to the first three. Lets see how this strategy works there...

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I think i will print this guide and use it the next time i play with my friends at our saturday night poker. Might work, considering the bad poker they play Smile Next monday i will write again about this subject. We use to play 6 or 7 guys tourney with 5€ buy-in, and 50%,30%,20% prizes to the first three. Lets see how this strategy works there...

     
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Posted by IslandJack:
Ok. After 20 min. of play I was ready to write this guide.
�'s actually a very easy game. A variation on NL Holdem called Freeroll Holdem.

Rules:

When holding an Ax - go All-in
When holding ANY pair - go All-in
When holding 2 face cards - go All-in
When someone goes All-in - go All-in with ANY holding, because there are a LOT of chips to be won and any 2 cards can win, right?
When holding 2 high cards, and someone raises on a low flop, go All-in, because you are holding the higher cards.
Call any pre-flop raise with ANY 2 suited cards, because you're holding a probable Flush.
If you're holding a low pair and you failed to go All-in pre-flop, and the flop hits 3 overcards with a lot of raising, go All-in NOW, they're probably bluffing.
If you hit a backdoor straight on the Flop, go All-in, you're almost there.
When there is a lot of raising on the flop and the turn, keep raising higher whatever you're holding. It's not the cards you're holding, it's your agressive table image that wins pots.
When you've got a huge stack, go All-in on every hand. You'll either win or lose it's 50/50 all the way, and you're the big stack after all.

Follow these simple guidelines, and you're sure to either win or lose the tournament. It's 50/50.
I lost, so next time I'm bound to win, right?

Big Smile


LOL island, there is no difference between this freeroll and the all other freerolls. Its just a matter of donking a nice stack in the first hour and then donk the rest of small stackers, and give everybodys the answer "he was short".

     
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Life's too short to have a short stack! Club

     
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Pretty interesting hand...All-in of course... Blink
2.872 runners in this one! Shock
Just lost half my stack in this hand.



Attached ImagesFT_Freeroll.jpg

     
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Posted by IslandJack:
Pretty interesting hand...All-in of course... Blink
2.872 runners in this one! Shock
Just lost half my stack in this hand.


2872 players Confused Confused Confused for Dollar 100

not for me Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

Spade Club Heart Diamond

     
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Yep! 2.872...
Pretty crazy stuff.
After 1h30min 430 left.
I´m 130th.

Don´t know if I´ll be able to play a lot of these without slitting my wrists somewhere down the line.... Confused
Wanted to see how long they take...

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2h15min now...
215 left, I´m 15th

All this just to get on the Leaderboard once. Confused

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4 hrs now....
Will this never end?

20th out of 30 left.

Edited by IslandJack (01 February 2011 @ 20:58 GMT)


     
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You seem to be doing something correct - you're now back in the 1st spot after being down to 2nd for a bit Smile

     
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I have seen at least 1000 ppl get put out of several freerolls so far in the first 3 levels of play,sooooooo chances are if ya make it through the onslot of wannabes in the first 2 levels your itm.Thank you Bankroll Mob for this oppertunity for some fun free play.

     
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Posted by Administrator:
You seem to be doing something correct - you're now back in the 1st spot after being down to 2nd for a bit Smile


I saw that yesterday, so I made sure to make a few places and get back on top. Blink
I will definitely keep playing a few and see where the rest of the Leaderboard goes.
Not going to take it to hart too much right now, because there are some REALLY crazy things happening in these tournaments. Smile

Edit:
I have a question.
Do the top 30 get a share in relation to the number of points they have, or is the $1.000 divided equally? I would assume the first.
Thanks.

Edited by IslandJack (04 February 2011 @ 14:12 GMT)


     
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Posted by IslandJack:
I have a question.
Do the top 30 get a share in relation to the number of points they have, or is the $1.000 divided equally? I would assume the first.
Thanks.

We will announce a prize list next week. Obviously the higher you finish the bigger prize you get.

     
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Posted by IslandJack:
Ok. After 20 min. of play I was ready to write this guide.
�t's actually a very easy game. A variation on NL Holdem called Freeroll Holdem.

Rules:

When holding an Ax - go All-in
When holding ANY pair - go All-in
When holding 2 face cards - go All-in
When someone goes All-in - go All-in with ANY holding, because there are a LOT of chips to be won and any 2 cards can win, right?
When holding 2 high cards, and someone raises on a low flop, go All-in, because you are holding the higher cards.
Call any pre-flop raise with ANY 2 suited cards, because you're holding a probable Flush.
If you're holding a low pair and you failed to go All-in pre-flop, and the flop hits 3 overcards with a lot of raising, go All-in NOW, they're probably bluffing.
If you hit a backdoor straight on the Flop, go All-in, you're almost there.
When there is a lot of raising on the flop and the turn, keep raising higher whatever you're holding. It's not the cards you're holding, it's your agressive table image that wins pots.
When you've got a huge stack, go All-in on every hand. You'll either win or lose it's 50/50 all the way, and you're the big stack after all.

Follow these simple guidelines, and you're sure to either win or lose the tournament. It's 50/50.
I lost, so next time I'm bound to win, right?

Big Smile


Looks like we could shorten this guide to"GO ALL-INN...Always" Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
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sounds like how you were playing in the 1k last night?? Evil Blink Blink Smile

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Posted by IslandJack:
Ok. After 20 min. of play I was ready to write this guide.
�t's actually a very easy game. A variation on NL Holdem called Freeroll Holdem.

Rules:

When holding an Ax - go All-in
When holding ANY pair - go All-in
When holding 2 face cards - go All-in
When someone goes All-in - go All-in with ANY holding, because there are a LOT of chips to be won and any 2 cards can win, right?
When holding 2 high cards, and someone raises on a low flop, go All-in, because you are holding the higher cards.
Call any pre-flop raise with ANY 2 suited cards, because you're holding a probable Flush.
If you're holding a low pair and you failed to go All-in pre-flop, and the flop hits 3 overcards with a lot of raising, go All-in NOW, they're probably bluffing.
If you hit a backdoor straight on the Flop, go All-in, you're almost there.
When there is a lot of raising on the flop and the turn, keep raising higher whatever you're holding. It's not the cards you're holding, it's your agressive table image that wins pots.
When you've got a huge stack, go All-in on every hand. You'll either win or lose it's 50/50 all the way, and you're the big stack after all.

Follow these simple guidelines, and you're sure to either win or lose the tournament. It's 50/50.
I lost, so next time I'm bound to win, right?

Big Smile

bbbrp

     
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Posted by IslandJack:
Ok. After 20 min. of play I was ready to write this guide.
�'s actually a very easy game. A variation on NL Holdem called Freeroll Holdem.

Rules:

When holding an Ax - go All-in
When holding ANY pair - go All-in
When holding 2 face cards - go All-in
When someone goes All-in - go All-in with ANY holding, because there are a LOT of chips to be won and any 2 cards can win, right?
When holding 2 high cards, and someone raises on a low flop, go All-in, because you are holding the higher cards.
Call any pre-flop raise with ANY 2 suited cards, because you're holding a probable Flush.
If you're holding a low pair and you failed to go All-in pre-flop, and the flop hits 3 overcards with a lot of raising, go All-in NOW, they're probably bluffing.
If you hit a backdoor straight on the Flop, go All-in, you're almost there.
When there is a lot of raising on the flop and the turn, keep raising higher whatever you're holding. It's not the cards you're holding, it's your agressive table image that wins pots.
When you've got a huge stack, go All-in on every hand. You'll either win or lose it's 50/50 all the way, and you're the big stack after all.

Follow these simple guidelines, and you're sure to either win or lose the tournament. It's 50/50.
I lost, so next time I'm bound to win, right?

Big Smile


Lol suuuureee im going to follow this guideline. I actually find that if you stick to playing good poker you shouldnt have no problems getting late in the tournament.

     
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Is this how you got to be first on the leaderboard you obviously sat through quite a few of these trny's and didn't play like that. No odds are 50-50 on any game of poke but hey any moron knows that. But I'm sick of these freerolls so I already made this guide and if I win I got a larger stack and if not I cut my ass a break from sitting to long if I don't place so either way I'm a winner lol. Blink

Edited by crazyhorse99 (15 February 2011 @ 17:43 GMT)


     
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I play very tight in the first levels of play and in the middle stages of the tourney I will play aggressively. This is not waterproof because there are alot of donks in these freerolls. Blink

     
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Posted by midnight1954:
sounds like how you were playing in the 1k last night?? Evil Blink Blink Smile

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Posted by IslandJack:
Ok. After 20 min. of play I was ready to write this guide.
�t's actually a very easy game. A variation on NL Holdem called Freeroll Holdem.

Rules:

When holding an Ax - go All-in
When holding ANY pair - go All-in
When holding 2 face cards - go All-in
When someone goes All-in - go All-in with ANY holding, because there are a LOT of chips to be won and any 2 cards can win, right?
When holding 2 high cards, and someone raises on a low flop, go All-in, because you are holding the higher cards.
Call any pre-flop raise with ANY 2 suited cards, because you're holding a probable Flush.
If you're holding a low pair and you failed to go All-in pre-flop, and the flop hits 3 overcards with a lot of raising, go All-in NOW, they're probably bluffing.
If you hit a backdoor straight on the Flop, go All-in, you're almost there.
When there is a lot of raising on the flop and the turn, keep raising higher whatever you're holding. It's not the cards you're holding, it's your agressive table image that wins pots.
When you've got a huge stack, go All-in on every hand. You'll either win or lose it's 50/50 all the way, and you're the big stack after all.

Follow these simple guidelines, and you're sure to either win or lose the tournament. It's 50/50.
I lost, so next time I'm bound to win, right?

Big Smile

bbbrp


That was a real disaster yesterday .... Confused
So NO Poker today for me!
I was playing several tourneys, then 2 friends came in, and then I Tilted... Aww crap!
Damn! First time in a month. Was pissed with myself. Really.

How did you do, by the way?
Get in the money?
and who won?


     
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I went out not long after you 27th a think was pretty pissed not making the money,, dont know the guy who won it,,, Evil Blink

     
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