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spadeclub strategy

spadeclub strategy
avatar Subject :  spadeclub strategy
Date:       May 15, 2009 03:56AM
what is the best strategy for making the final table at spadeclub.what starting hands should be played and correct bets
Re: spadeclub strategy
avatar Subject :  Re: spadeclub strategy
Date:       May 23, 2009 06:16PM
Solid fundemental poker should be played at SC to make finals and money. You will have to play more quantity becuase of the weaker field and opponents you face, I won't lie,

The smaller games, TAG and open up against the tight players towards end of tourney. There are going to be some bubbles.

The big games will offer you a little more small ball early as they are exciting for alot of new players so they try to play smarter. Watch for the one or two other opponents that will play fearlessly and stay out of their way. As the bubbles approach, be willing to attack the rocks. By then you should know your table. If you get a healthy stack early, there is no need to gamble as much, rather look for those that are likely to pad your stack without much resistance.

I had 31 cash finals at SC and 5 green trophies. I cashed in all but one red token I played.

Practise your end of tourney play in the point builders where you won't feel the pressure to tighten up becuase there is money or badge potential. We all feel it, I blinded out far to many times in the past praying, or my track record could have been better.

Don't fall into the trap of overbetting and overprotecting hands because the field is looser. SC is a great place to practise opponent selection and pressure points. These help your game at all levels and will see you final alot more everywhere.

Read all the posts you can here, especially the one on "M" zones and the PSI posts. You won't be dissapointed.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/23/2009 06:19PM by jontm.

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