Poker Tournament Strategy

Multi-table tournaments have long been a passion for most players, but they are now the game of choice for most new poker players. It’s a great way to make a great return on a comparatively small investment.

This collection of articles is specific to multi-table tournament strategy. Whether dealing Internet Texas Holdem stack size, level times, limit increases, short stacks, deep stacks or any other situation related to tournaments, we have accumulated articles that address anything and everything tournaments.

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  • Turbo SNG Tips

    Turbo SNG Tips

    Turbos have taken off lately due to their reputation as a quick and exciting way to play tournament poker. In this two-part article, I’ll explain how to adapt your game as you move through the blind levels of a Turbo SNG.
    Re-buy Tournament Strategy

    Re-buy Tournament Strategy

    One of the most important things to keep in mind while playing an R&A tournament is that the first hour offers a very different style of play than just about any other possible Hold ‘em table. Typically, you’ll have a fair share of opponents playing a loose/super-aggressive style (LAGs).
    The Realities of a Re-buy Tournament

    The Realities of a Re-buy Tournament

    One of the most important things to keep in mind while playing an R&A tournament is that the first hour offers a very different style of play than just about any other possible Hold ‘em table. Typically, you’ll have a fair share of opponents playing a loose/super-aggressive style (LAGs).
    Three-Betting Preflop

    Three-Betting Preflop

    Marginal Hands - This is the fourth column in a series that highlights some of the hands discussed in the new book Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a Time, Volume II, by Eric “Rizen” Lynch, Jon “PearlJammer” Turner, and Jon “Apestyles” Van Fleet.