Joined: Mar '09
Age: 34 (M)
curently in 3rd place for this 10k garenteed tourny..been playing for almost 6 hours but for a first place prize of 2600$ could be worth it
------------ i know its not much of an acomplishment but im on break for 5mins lol hadda kill time n thought some would like to know! i bought in twice and added on so in it for 31bux...garenteed 400$ right now
Hope u take it down. Was thinking of trying one myself...don't have the bankroll just yet. Hard to find anything non turbo there at the lower limits. I find turbo anything is a bankroll killer. Forces me into marginal hands where I'm not sure what decision to make. Guess that's what turbos are designed for. See lots of shove/fold. For now I'll stay at the $1 BI's. Good Luck and may all you hands hit.
------------ Congrats very good job, man! Still a nice payday. 100/hr I'd take that.
Joined: Feb '08
Age: 50 (M)
Congratz Arsenej, too bad you diden't took it down, but nice 5th place and nice cash-out Try the 250K on sunday, maybe we"ll meet again, i was also in the 10K speed today but got knocked out early. Gl and cya
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 53 (M)
Well done, very nice job. I always avoid to play rebuys, because I think I will have to pay too much money in such tournament in rebuying again. Is there a special strategy how to play rebuy tourneys ?
Posted by MIGO14: Well done, very nice job. I always avoid to play rebuys, because I think I will have to pay too much money in such tournament in rebuying again. Is there a special strategy how to play rebuy tourneys ?
I don't know about rebuy strategy, but you can try 1R1A. Those are quite similar tourneys and there's no risk that you'll rebuy again and again
Joined: Oct '09
Age: 59 (M)
Very nice Arsene!
Any possibility for a deal on those final tables? I get the impression that´s usually the best thing to do. That final table play really comes down to getting some cards and luck in showdowns, which move the stacks around like crazy.
Was at a final table this week where 2 didn´t want to deal. Kinda stupid, because they went out with a lot less. the 2 big stacks wanted to deal, so that syas enough about their experience with final tables and the way things change fast from leader to leader.