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Blind on Blind

    • t1g3r
      Joined: 18.04.2007 Posts: 4
      Would like to here some peoples views on this one, playing with the bronze strategy you seem to fold alot of your small blinds. Everyone folds and it's just you and the big blind. How do you guys manage this one. Steeling when the blinds are low is not really worth it but mid to late can you?. Do you move away from the sheets and use your own judgement?.
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    • midgetjay
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 241
      I would say the blinds aren't particularly important in the early stages of a tourny. When you get down to mid-late stages, it all depends on who you're stealing from. You don't want to try to steal from a loose maniac or a calling station. If you've been paying attention somewhat, and the SB or the BB doesn't stand out to you in either of those categories, then by all means attemp a steal! Lol, even if they call, there's still a small chance that you could flop 2-pair or better.

      But if the SB or BB is a maniac or a station, then you really only have two options:

      a. Wait for a good hand to raise with, which wouldn't really be stealing.
      b. Wait until your in push/fold mode, where all your ICM practice should shine.