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    PokerOwned God Paisleysky's Avatar
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    1 Table SitNGo's - What's your strategy?

    Tell us what your strategy is for playing 1 table, SitNgos? I'm talking holdem, 6 or 9, 10 seat.

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    depends on buy in which is wrong i know...for say a fast fifty i open aggressive and get tighter as play goes on, let others kill

    themselves off then get aggressive when its near top 5
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    I could agree with both of these guys but then I would have to revoke the previous post lol

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    Duh after all my name is blufalotbob. I blufalot to I get to 2 players left and then I bluff some more. Just bluffing!...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paisleysky View Post
    Tell us what your strategy is for playing 1 table, SitNgos? I'm talking holdem, 6 or 9, 10 seat.
    Normally I play tight in the early stages, waiting for premiums and play them aggressively. Maybe see some cheap flops with hands that flop well (small pockets and suited connectors.)

    Middle stages I tend to loosen up and steal blinds from the tighter players. Trying to not be short stacked when we reach the bubble.

    Bubble stage I open up a lot. Most people tend to tighten waaay up trying not to go out before the bubble breaks.

    In the money varies greatly depending on the players left.

    This is just a very vague strategy, obviously a lot depends on table dynamics and stack sizes after the beginning levels.

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    My strategy is to avoid playing these. Id rather play MTTs or cash

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    PLay loose agro @ the start, then nit for mid and then super loose at the end~

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    However its probably better to play tight aggro 77+ A7s +a10os, pre then when it gets later know shove fold ranges etc,

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    In the early game keeping the stacks going in a few pot up early to get aggressive, but not to exceed the limits.

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    Try not playing too tight because the blinds go up too fast.

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