The Sit N Go Poker
is a good way to pick up on lessons in the best way to play tournament poker. After all, if you can master a simple sit and go tournament, you will soon find it easier to play in big multi-table tournaments (MTT). The real difference between a sit and go tournament and a MTT is not all that significant. Once you master the sitngo concept, you will easily find yourself getting deeper in MTTs. Adjusting your play accordingly will help you become a better poker player long term.
Lessons to learn in Sit N Go Poker include three very basic concepts. Often amateurs and beginner poker players never stop to learn the basic lessons of tournament poker, and therefore they continue to fight an uphill battle, hooping to cash. Master three basic concepts and you are well on your way to a successful sit n go poker career.
SNG Poker lesson
number one in a sit and go tournament
is to play the field for what it is. The early stages of a sitngo is full of anxious and nervous players hoping to quickly get chips at any cost. I have seen many times where two or three players are all in on the first hand. To me this is not only ridiculous, it is damaging to your bankroll long term. What possible hand could you have to be all in on the first few hands of a sitngo? Avoid the all in'ers and save your chips for later plays.
SNG Poker lesson
number two in Sit N Go Poker is closely related to lesson one. Learn how to lay down a hand. Even if you think you are ahead, sometimes there is an advantage to folding. Why risk everything by calling all your chips unless you have the absolute nuts (or at least the top four nuts!) Besides, if you lay down the hand, you have survived to potentially gain more chips and come back to win it all. If you call off all your chips not having a top hand, your prize is the chance to enter another sitngo. (No money for you!)
Finally, SNG Poker lesson
number three in sit n go poker; swallow your pride, start to read, ask questions and study every possible play and sitngo strategy you can find to enhance your knowledge of the game. Sit N Go Poker
is made so much easier by knowing all the strategies, percentages, pot odds and skills required to win.
I spend a lot of my leisure time reading, watching, studying, memorizing and playing those strategies I learned to master sit n go poker. You will find by following this poker advice, you too can have a long term winning streak.
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