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Are Knockouts simular to Regular sit and gos

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  • Are Knockouts simular to Regular sit and gos

    I'm thinking of playing some knockouts.

    Should i play them same as a reguar Sit and go or do i need to make changes?

    Thanks


    Grade b
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  • #2
    Originally posted by Grade b View Post
    I'm thinking of playing some knockouts.

    Should i play them same as a reguar Sit and go or do i need to make changes?

    Thanks


    Grade b

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    • #3
      I like the knockouts, you get a bounty for knocking out players, but if you play them tight, you'll see that there are a lot of aggressive players in these, who will knock each other out, sometimes quite fast. Some games we are down to the bubble and it's still only 50/100 level.

      Last 17 I played, I made the money in quite a few of them, had I had time to play the last 3 in the block , I probably would have made the BOTP leaderboard for that week.

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      • #4
        Similar but not identical. When I could play them (before Black Friday) they were my favorite and regular game. Plenty of -EV moves from people chasing knockout bounties more so than regular SnGs at the comparable buy-in.

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