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Small tutorial on how to get in the money in 6-max

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  • Small tutorial on how to get in the money in 6-max

    this is all actually umbup: 2 hands should be okay

  • #2
    "Shove AA, Fold QJ" is solid advice.

    If only all tourneys were this simple.
    Bracelet Winner

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    • #3
      Well, it is fairly simple, and can be summed up n a handful of words.

      Tight early, aggressive late.

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      • #4
        Alright Wilco, a question for you about your 6-handed table. You're the BB, holding AA. It's the first hand so everyone's got the same amount of chips. Five players before you go all-in. What's your action?

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        • #5
          I'm calling in an instant, no questions am I ever folding AA pre in a normal STT. In a 50/fifty there is a reason to do so.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by bhoylegend View Post
            Well, it is fairly simple, and can be summed up n a handful of words.

            Tight early, aggressive late.
            I generally give that advice but a STT is about changing gears according to blind level and opponents. In a loose table, I'm the rock but in a tight table I'll loosen up. 90% of my actions are determined by my opponents though and why I still make notes despite using Notecaddy and HEM.
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