Poker Pro Reveals Common Sit and Go Mistakes (Online Poker Strategy)
How to Win a Sit N Go Poker Tournament
Play according to your position.You should play tighter (play fewer but stronger hands) in early position. In late position you can loosen up and play more hands, because you are last to act. Seeing what the other players have done gives you an advantage. And you'll keep this advantage in later betting rounds.
Get a feel for the other players at the table.Watch the cards the other players play. Weak tight players will give away chips in the face of raises. Aggressive players will force you to make hard decisions, so stick to premium starting hands against them.
If everyone is folding when you get a big hand, you will need to mix up your game.Change your style and limp (just call the bet) in. Or show a bluff once in a while to confuse your opponents.
When you get to the bubble (one position from the money) or four players left, try to make your move before getting short-stacked.Players tighten up on the bubble, so be aggressive and steal some of the blinds.
Instead of becoming desperate, steal some pots.Especially if everyone is folding to you. Stolen pots will build momentum and carry you into the money finishes.
Pay attention to the player stack amounts.If there is a player who is short stacked, expect 2 things. First they will go all-in when they have ACE anything or 2 high cards. Second there will be good chance they will be taken out shortly. So play accordingly. Don't take chances against the big stack while there is a short stack soon to be blinded out.
The and Sit n go's are much different.Beginners usually play the smaller buy-in tournaments. More experienced players will play the bigger buy-in tournaments. Be careful not to blow your bankroll when you move up to the higher stakes.
If you're going to play in the Sit and Go's make sure your game is sharp.Just watch a few before joining.
Some players find the higher stakes games to be easier than the lower stakes ones because the players are more predictable.
Play tight against loose players and loose against tight players
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- Don't get involved with the player who pushes all-in every other hand. (Although a player who goes all-in a lot is probably bluffing.)
- Don't go all in the first few hands unless you have KK or AA.
- Play good starting hands: AA, KK, QQ, JJ, TT, 99, 88, AK, AQ, AJ, QK, AT.
- Be careful if drinking alcohol while playing. Once good judgement is gone, typically your money will follow.
- Don't play in a game that you can't afford. The lower limits are all you should play until you really understand the game. Just because you go out 4th doesn't mean you should be playing a bigger buy-in tournament.
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