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  1. #1
    Linds8491
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    Lightbulb $1-$5 MTT Strategies

    Regular blind tournaments -

    * Stay tight after your first double up
    * Fold any hand that might get you into trouble
    * Never cripple yourself by a bluff, it is NEVER worth it
    * When your deep and get ITM, play TIGHTER than when you started if you have a steady stack

    Add on to this?

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    Knight
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    i dont think you should play tight when you're deep.you should attack shortstacks.

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    Sergeant
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    I like very much your strategy , i am using that , I saw that im playing tight and blufing a few pots and grinding i can make it allways into the money . :P

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    Elite PokerOwned Member
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    very good your advice, I think also you have to have the head cold ...

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    PokerOwned Pro
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    i think hopefully we can do it better

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    If you got monster hand twice while double up you can't stay so tight you must build up your stack.

    Anyway bad idea to bluff!

    You probably should bluff just 1% and rest not.

    I usually used timebank when I bubble lol
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    Knight-Captain
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    oh no, not u 2 blackbird!!! i HATE when people do that! then, i catch myself doing the same thing! lol! i try 2 be subtle about it, never letting the time completely expire. i've gone out rite b4 the bubble about 4 times in the last 2 days, cuz i was using that same strategy of doubling up once or twice then playing tight. that usually works, but i'm tired of just finishing in the money. i'm taking a lot more chances cuz it's more profitable 2 win one tourney & lose the other than just finish in the money on both. the pay out is so much more, the closer u get 2 1st place, & the difference between 1st & 2nd is pretty big. i hope i can adjust my style 2 playing like that.

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    well add on to this? ofcourse ... you can't have a real strategy for MTT's ... it depends on the platform you play, the players you play, your plaing stile and so on ... and bluffing is not good ? well if I play with you on the same table, I will always know you only play good hands and always fold when you are in a pot. Playing stile must differ from hand to hand !

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    Knight-Lieutenant
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    Thanks everybody for posting here, i read all your tips and i think it will help me a lot.

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    Master Sergeant
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    ty for this lets see if it works

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