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FREE Ticket - World Record Tournament 2014

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  • FREE Ticket - World Record Tournament 2014

    [IMG]//media.intellipoker.com/images_content/all-in-one/Promos/Promos/world_record_EN_600x200.png[/IMG] Want a World Record ?
    This is your chance! For a limited time PokerSchoolOnline is giving all members an opportunity for a free entry to the 2014 World Record Attempt tournament on PokerStars. This special tourney has a buy-in of just $1 and takes place at 13:00 ET on February 23. Play for a share of $300,000 including $25,000 for the winner! Increase your chances by taking advantage of our MTT Course and MTT trainings to improve your tournament play.
    World Record Tourney 2014 > > FREE TICKET HERE < <
    Find the tournament in the PokerStars client with the tournament ID #861705905 Here's our Top Tips for playing large low buy-in or freeroll tournaments : 1) Tight is right! There is nothing or little to lose in freeroll and low buy-in tournaments, which is why a lot of players go nuts. They invest too many chips into vulnerable hands. Play the opposite - play only strong hands like Ace-King or Jacks and you already have an advantage. 2) Raise high preflop! When you decide to play a hand, raise a big amount to get maximum value. Don't be afraid of raising 10 times the Big Blind to enter a pot. Especially in the early stages of a freeroll, you will get at least one caller most of the time. 3) Play straight! When you hit something good on the flop, turn or river - like top pair with top kicker - bet big. In a freeroll or low buy-in tourney, a lot of players check more often than they bet. Don't try to get tricky with slowplaying. 4) Don't bluff! When many opponents are loose, it's not a good idea to bluff. Be patient, wait for valuable hands and let the others pay you off. 5) Play aggressively on the bubble! Most opponents in these kind of tourneys play passively - especially when there are only a few places left until the money. Use it for your advantage and play aggressively. Get involved! Please visit our Discussion Page!
    Best of Luck! Team PokerSchoolOnline [IMG]//media.intellipoker.com/images_content/de/banners/psoforum.jpg[/IMG]
    Last edited by royalraise85; Wed Feb 12, 2014, 12:00 AM.
    2 Time Bracelet Winner


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