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  • New to tournaments - Advice

    I have been doing decent at micro cash games and have decided to give a few sng's a try. Wondering a couple of things..


    - What would a good sample size be to see if I'm a "winning" tournament player at a specific game. (Focusing on the .25 - 45 man SNG's)
    ie.. 10 tournaments, 20 tournaments?

    I consider myself a decent player at the micro stakes but know I have a lot to learn about tournaments.

    - Are there any tournaments you would recommend other than the .25 (45 MANS) for a beginner?

  • #2
    I play the 45's and 90's in blocks of 100. I'd say a few thousand should give an idea of where you stand.

    John (JWK24)
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    • #3
      Have to agree with JWK that several 1000's are needed.

      Oethr games include the 10 cent 360 man games, 27 cent games at 10pm EST.

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      • #4
        what do you mean blocks of 100

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mutanky View Post
          what do you mean blocks of 100
          I track them in groups of 100 tourneys together.

          John (JWK24)
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