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  • High Blinds and antes

    With regard to the Pso league, is pushing all in when you are 10 BB or less the optimal strategy? I have played in the league since the first of the month and usually finish just outside the money and sometimes worse, the latter I contribute to my donk play.I play a tight Preflop according to position strategy, and when the blinds get around 400/800 I am usually short stacked. Every tournament I find 2 strong value cards and push, and every time the bigger stack wins. Is it correct to find yourself short stacked and leave your tournament up to luck or chance on a desperate all in push, for me this is getting frustrating.

  • #2
    NO!

    you need to milk it and get every position placing you can get. Each one is worth more league points.
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    • #3
      I had a lovely long convoluted post to explain why and how you should play differently in PSO but i just deleted it by mistake.

      Take the advice of JWK24, maybe not pretty but effective.

      TC

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      • #4
        Originally posted by topthecat View Post
        I had a lovely long convoluted post to explain why and how you should play differently in PSO but i just deleted it by mistake.
        Probably for the best

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        • #5
          Thank you for the advice, will give it a try next go around.

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