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StrategySit & Go

Sit and Go beginner strategy

A Sit & Go tournament (SNG) is a variant of Texas Hold’em Poker which you will often see on TV. A prize pool is made up from all of the participants paying an equal entry fee to the tournament.

The goal in a SNG is to win all of the chips from all of the players. Whoever loses all their chips has to leave the tournament. The last 2 or 3 players win the prize money.

Do you know already what Texas Hold’em Poker is and how a Sit & Go Tournament works? If yes, then you can directly start with our strategy. If not, you can read this article to learn the rules.

 

How does this strategy work?

The right play in a Sit & Go depends on how much chips you have compared to the size of the blinds, the forced bets made by two players in every new round.

That’s why at the beginning of each game you compare your chip stack with the size of the big blind:

  • You have a lot of chips means more than 12 big blinds
  • You have few chips means 12 big blinds or less

The idea behind this strategy is to play only few, very strong cards when you have more than 12 big blinds. Money is only made when the blinds became high. That’s why with 12 big blinds or less you start playing a lot more cards. Then you attack your opponents to push them out of the tournament. This approach gives you a significant advantage against most players.

 

With more than 12 big blinds: How to play before the flop?

If your chip stack is bigger than 12 times the big blind, protecting your chips is more important than taking a risk. Not losing chips is more important than winning chips. Our poker experts came up with a table which tells you exactly what the best play is once you get dealt your two cards at the beginning of a new round.

 

Step 1: What cards do you hold?

First, check what cards you hold. The table our experts created uses common abbreviations based on the English card names...

A Ace
K King
Q Queen
J Jack
T Ten
9 Nine
 

... one letter or number per card; so your two starting cards are represented by two letters...

77 A pair of sevens
JJ A pair of jacks
AT An ace and a ten
KQ A king and a queen
 

 

Step 2: What is your position at the table?

Second, determine your "position" which is only a term for "how many players have to act after me?" All you have to do is counting, starting with the two players who paid the blinds:

Positions at a poker table

Blinds The two players who paid a blind.

Late The two players on the right of the blinds.

Middle The three players on the right of the late position.

Early The three players on the right of the middle position.

If there are less than 10 players, not all positions are filled. You start by deducting the early position. For example, with 7 players there is no early position.

 

Step 3: What is your action?

Lastly, look at which action is recommended in the table below. Your cards determine the row, your position the column you should look at.

Chart 1: Before the flop with more than 12 big blinds

Your cardsEarlyMiddleLate and Blinds
AA, KK, QQ Raise / All-in
AK Raise / All-in
JJ Raise / Fold > Raise / All-in
TT, 99, 88 Fold Raise / Fold
77 Fold > Raise / Fold
AQ Fold Raise / Fold
AJ, AT Fold > Raise / Fold
KQ, KJ Fold > Raise / Fold
All other cards Fold
  • Raise / Fold: If nobody raised before, you raise. Otherwise fold your cards. You also fold when somebody raises again after you.
  • Raise / All-In: You always raise. If somebody raises before or after you, you raise again. Ideally you can get all your chips in (all-in) before the flop cards are dealt.
  • Fold: You fold. The only exception is when you paid the big blind and have the option to check. Then of course you should check.

Tip: Always raise to around 3 times the big blind + 1 big blind for every player who called before you. If you are raising after somebody else’s raise, make it around 3 times his raise.

Download the handout including this chart as PDF (0.2MB)

 

Examples

Example 1 Hide example Show example
Your cards: Your position: Middle Situation: A player in early position raised.

Your action: You raise again. The entry for two aces (AA) in middle position says "Raise / All-in". This means: if another player raises again, you should try your best to get your opponent all-in already before the flop cards are dealt.

Example 2 Hide example Show example
Your cards: Your position: Early Situation: Everybody before you folded.

Your action: You fold. Don't get mislead by these relatively strong looking cards. In a Sit and Go tournament, a pair of tens (TT) in early position is not strong.

Example 3 Hide example Show example
Your cards: Your position: Late Situation: Two players in middle position called, but didn't raise.

Your action: You raise. The entry for king queen (KQ) in late position says "Raise / Fold". You raise once and fold if somebody behind you raises again. You also fold if somebody before you already did so. The two players who only called do not influence your action. For you it is only important whether other players raised or not.

 

With more than 12 Big Blinds: How to play after the flop?

If the game didn't finish already in the first betting round, there are up to 3 more betting rounds to come. Again our poker experts designed a chart which helps you with every decision:

 

Step1: What is your poker hand?

The best possible combination of your 2 cards and the 3 to 5 community cards which lie open on the table make your poker hand. There are two playable poker hand categories:

Poker hands in the category "Top pair or better"

Poker handYou holdCommunity cardsDescription
Top pair One of your cards makes a pair with the highest community card.
Overpair Your cards are a pair which is higher than the highest community card.
Two pairs Both your cards make a pair with a community card.
Monster Any even better poker hand: 3 of a kind, straight, flush, full house, four of a kind, straight flush. See rules of texas hold'em article

Poker hands in the category "Strong Draws"

Poker handYou holdCommunity cardsDescription
Strong 2-card flush draw Your cards are suited and two community cards match the suit.
Strong 1-card flush draw You have an ace or king that matches the suit of 3 community cards.
Strong straight draw Your cards and the community cards give you 4 cards in a row.

 

Step 2: What is the current betting round?

The columns of the table you should look at is determined by the current betting round:

  • Flop: The 2nd betting round. There are 3 cards open on the table.
  • Turn: The 3rd betting round. There are 4 cards open on the table.
  • River: The 4th betting round. There are 5 cards open on the table.

 

Step 3: What is your action?

With the right row and column, look up your action:

Chart 2: After the flop with more than 12 big blinds

You holdFlopTurnRiver
Top pair or better Bet / Raise Bet / Raise Bet / Raise
Strong draw Bet / Raise Bet / Raise Check / Fold
Any other cards Check / Fold Check / Fold Check / Fold
Exception If you paid the big blind and checked before the flop, play "Check / Fold" with top pair and strong draws. Play "Bet / Raise" with overpair or better.
  • Check / Fold: You invest no money. If possible you check. If somebody bets you fold.
  • Bet / Raise:
    • If nobody has bet yet, you bet around 2/3 of the pot.
    • If somebody bets before you, raise 3 times his bet + the pot.
    • If there was a bet and a raise before you or a raise after you, bet all your chips (All-in)

Remember: If you get to the river with a strong draw and you have missed to complete your draw, you should give up and check and fold to any action.

Download the handout including this chart as PDF (0.2MB)

 

Examples

Examples 1 Hide example Show example
Your cards: Flop:

Before the flop: You are in middle position. A player before you in early position called and you put in a raise. He called your raise while everybody else folded.

On the flop: The player before you checks.

Your action: You bet around 2/3 of the pot. With your overpair you hold a very strong poker hand. Try to get as many chips as possible from your opponent. If he raises you, you raise again. If he calls you, you bet again on the turn and on the river.

Examples 2 Hide example Show example
Your cards: Flop: Turn:

Before the flop: Same situation like in example 1. You are in middle position, raise and get called by one player in early position.

On the flop: The other player checks. With your overpair you bet around 2/3 of the pot. This time your opponent calls your bet and you both see the turn card.

On the turn: The player before you checks again.

Your action: You check as well. With the ace on the turn the situation changed. You no longer hold an overpair. There is no point in betting because the only cards your opponent will continue playing with now are those which are better than yours.

Example 3 Hide example Show example
Your cards: Flop:

Before the flop: You paid the big blind. A player in early position and a player in middle position call but don't raise. You check and can see the flop cards for free.

On the flop: You are the first player to act.

Your action: You check and if one of the two other players bet you fold. You have a top pair but in this case it is not worth much. If you paid the big blind and could check before the flop, you only play overpairs or better. Check with your top pairs and fold them against any bet.

 

With 12 Big Blinds or less: How to play before the flop?

When the blinds increase and your chips stack goes below 12 big blinds, you now increase the aggression and play more hands. You will now only raise all your chips and go all-in or fold. 

 

Step 1: What is your position / your opponents position?

First, you again need to know a player position but this time it's not always your position. There is a big difference between situations where you are the first one who can make a move and situations where somebody already bet, raised or called.

  • Everybody before you folded: Use your position
  • Otherwise: Use the position of the player who called, bet, raised first

 

Step 2: How many big blinds do you have?

Second, you need to know exactly how many chips you have, measured in big blinds. For example, if the big blind makes 100 chips and you 1200 chips, you have 12 big blinds.

 

Step 3: Do you go all-in or fold?

With your position or the position of your opponent have a look at the tables below. They tell you which cards to go all-in with. Use the first table when everybody before you folded. Otherwise use the second table.

Chart 3: All-in chart when everybody folded before you

Your positionYour big blindsOffsuit cardsSuited cardsPairs
Early and Middle 12-10 AK-AQ AK-AT AA-66
9-6 AK-AT
KQ-KT
QJ-QT
JT

AK-A2
KQ-K4
QJ-Q8
JT-J7
T9-T7
98
AA-22
5 or less AK-A2
KQ-K8
QJ-QT
JT
AK-A2
KQ-K4
QJ-Q6
JT-J7
T9-T6
98-96
87-86
76-75
65
AA-22
Late and Blinds 12-1 AK-A2
KQ-K4
QJ-Q9
JT-J9
T9 
AK-A2
KQ-K2
QJ-Q2
JT-J7
T9-T6
98-96
87-86
76-75
65
AA-22

 

Chart 4: All-in chart when somebody called, bet, raised before you

Opponent positionYour big blindsOffsuit cardsSuited cardsPairs
Early 12-7 AK-AQ AK-AQ AA-TT
6 or less AK-AQ AK-AQ AA-88
Middle 12-7 AK-AQ AK-AQ AA-77
6 or less AK-AJ AK-AJ AA-77
Late 12-7 AK-AT
KQ
AK-A7
KQ
AA-55
6 or less AK-A5
KQ-KT
QJ
AK-A5
KQ-KT
QJ
AA-55
Blinds 12-7 AK-A8
KQ
AK-A2
KQ
AA-22
6 or less AK-A2
KQ-KT
QJ
JT
AK-A2
KQ-KT
QJ
JT
AA-22
Exception: Whenever there are 2 or more players already raised all-in before you, you go all-in with AA, KK, QQ, JJ and AK. All other cards you fold.

 

The last three columns tell you which cards you should go all-in with. Each of the three columns stands for a different category of cards:

  • Offsuit Cards: Your two cards are of different suits and not a pair.
  • Suited Cards: Your two cards are of the same suits.
  • Pair: Your two cards are a pair :).

To make things easier we also grouped similar cards. Two cards combinations with a "-" in between tell you: "Take those two combinations and everything in between."

  • "AA-66" includes AA, KK, QQ, JJ, TT, 99, 88 77, 66.
  • "AK-AT" includes AK, AQ, AJ, AT.
  • "KQ-KT" includes KQ, KJ, KT.

If your cards are listed in the last 3 columns, go all-in. If not, fold.

Download the handout including this chart as PDF (0.2MB)

 

Examples

Example 1 Close example Show example
Your cards: Your position: Middle Your chip stack: 7 big blinds

Situation: There are only 7 players left in the tournament. All players before your fold.

Your action: You go all-in. In this case you have to look at the first table which you use when everybody before you folded. The table tells you that with 9 to 6 big blinds in your chip stack you should go all-in with "QJ-Q8" as long as it is suited (both cards have the same suit). Your cards (Q9) fall into this group. In this situation you would go all-in with any queen if the second card is at least a 8 and of the same suit.

Example 2 Close example Show example
Your cards: Your position: Late Your chip stack: 12 big blinds

Situation: There are only 7 players left in the tournament. All players before your fold.

Your action: You go all-in. Again you have to look at the first table, this time in the last row for the "Late and Blinds" positions and chip stacks of "12-1" big blinds. Because your two cards have different suits you now have to look in the column "Offsuit Cards" whether your cards are listed there. They are. K5 is part of the group "KQ-K4", which means that in this situation you would go all-in with any king if your second card is at least a 4.

Example 3 Close example Show example
Your cards: Your position: Blinds Your chip stack: 5 big blinds

Situation: A player in late position goes all-in. Everybody else folds.

Your action: You go all-in. In this case you have to look at the second table which you use when another player already called or raised. You need to look into the very last row because you are in the "Blinds" position and have "6 or less" big blinds in your chip stack. Because your cards QJ are listed there in the column "Offsuit Cards" (your two cards have different suits) you go all-in.

 

With 12 big blinds or less: How to play after the flop?

The only situation you see a flop without being all-in is when you paid the big blind and checked before the flop. In this case you play "Bet / Raise" as you have learned before with top pair or better and any strong draw. You play "Check / Fold" with all other cards.

 

Advanced play: Everybody after you has less than 12 big blinds

It could be the case that you have more than 12 big blinds, but every player after you has less than 12 big blinds. Normally you would play as you have learned in the beginning of this article. But in this special situation it's even better to do the following:

  • If nobody entered the game before you, use the All-in chart with the amount of blinds the biggest chip stack after you has.
  • If somebody entered the game before you, and he and all the players after you have less than 12 big blinds, you use the Re-All-in table with the amount of blinds the player who entered before you has.

 

Bankroll Management

One last thing you should know is called bankroll management. You should think of an appropriate amount of money that you are willing to invest in poker. This is your bankroll.

In order to protect your investment and ensure that you have a long lasting and successful poker career, you shouldn't invest more than 1-2% of your bankroll in one SNG, which means that you need to have at least 50-100 buy-ins. Remember that this rule is not carved in stone, as the proper bankroll management strategy depends on numerous factors, like the buy-in level, tournament speed (regular/turbo/hyperturbo), number of participants or a payout structure.

A loose bankroll management allows you to move up quicker while having the risk that you have to move down earlier after a bad run. Contrary, with going on the safe side and having more buy-ins, you will move up slower but have less risk to move down in stakes. Ultimately it is your own decision.

 

Next steps

Now that you know how to play Sit & Go tournaments, you can check our Strategy section for the more advanced articles that will make you a better player.

All Sit and Go strategy articles

 

Comments (153)

#1 MaylonBrando, 13 Dec 12 13:47

I suppose "your cards" in example 2 below step 3 should be JJ instead of AJ :)

#2 Aisha808, 16 Dec 12 10:04

If there's less than 7 players (thus no early position), how do you work out which position you're in? Subtract from the middle players?

#3 kevvu, 17 Dec 12 16:05

I am reading first time these basic articles. In limped pot to just ch/fold with TP or strong draw is quite bad (rly bad). <br /> In 2nd examples in first example there is one you too much. And to continue with it then u bet on turn and river again. U wont be betting if 4th club comes. And in another example u say to bet strong draw on the flop on the limped pot .<br /> In last examples, lets take 1st one: according to chart u should go here with 7bb mid position qj-q8s not to q6s. 2nd one is wrong as well, k5o shove with 12bbs, iam not doing that in SH games even (unless they are really short, i expect here is meant effective stacks or so?)<br /> BRM for 11$ games 20BIs? Is that a joke ?<br /> Hey PS authors reread it plz!!!

#4 darkonebg, 19 Dec 12 15:45

Hello,<br /> <br /> Thanks for the comments!<br /> <br /> @MaylonBrando - Thank you, we fixed it.<br /> <br /> @Aisha808 - That's right, you subtract from early to late. For example, with 3 players you have 1 Late position and 2 Blind positions.<br /> <br /> @kevvu - Thanks for the feedback!<br /> This strategy is designed to help the beginning players with their first steps in a Sit and Go tournament. It aims to quickly teach them the basics, while giving them an advantage against the average player on the micro stakes. Later on, they can advance in their knowledge and make even better plays by learning the concepts from our more advanced units.<br /> I will pass on your feedback to our Sit and Go experts, who designed the charts. However for the All-in chart, it is even a bit tighter than ICM. Late or Blinds here means of course that you can go all-in with K5o from the late and blind positions: Cutoff, Button, Small Blind and Big Blind.<br /> <br /> Best,<br /> Kamen

#5 wiarygodny, 05 Jan 13 17:29

@3 & 4<br /> <br /> ive got to agree with kevvu for the most part im afraid. I understand the need to rewrite the basic articles that might have been a bit outdated and thats a great idea but when you do it pls do it right.<br /> <br /> I'm not really sure that being super aggressive (bet/raise flop, bet/raise turn) with draws (i agree that with your starting hand chart they are most likely gonna be combo draws) is a great line, especially on micro/lowstakes where there's less fold equity.<br /> <br /> I think we all agree that your 'new approach' to BRM is a joke? You sure thats not a misprint?<br /> <br /> p.s. I know that the pushing chart needs to be simplified but low to mid Kxo are not great hands for a late position push for as many as 12bb, not even for 8bb in most cases. And its definitely not an ICM/Nash push (although it may still be +EV in some cases against average opponents in microstakes)

#6 JayGatsby, 08 Jan 13 22:44

Hey guys,<br /> <br /> the beginner strategy is designed for people who know the basic rules of Holdem NL.<br /> <br /> Our goal was to come up with a strategy that can be learned within 60min and enables players to 'crush' the microstakes SnGs.<br /> <br /> We are 100% convinced that this strategy will do the job.<br /> <br /> We obviously had to make drastic simplifications in order to achieve this goal.<br /> <br /> You can always argue about details, and it is basically impossible to write a simplified 60min strategy that everybody agrees on.<br /> <br /> In our opinion it is the very nature of the poker game that it has to be learnt in a way that leads from simplified chart poker to situational/adaptive poker - from 'guided' playing to 'independent/creative' playing.<br /> <br /> We cannot make people perfect 'theoretical' players and send them to the tables then, but have to balance theoretical learning and practical learning.<br /> <br /> Our strategy has a huge edge over microstake SnG population because it contains less mistakes than the population's strategie.<br /> <br /> cheers<br /> <br /> Jay

#7 wiarygodny, 09 Jan 13 13:31

Thanks for the respone. I obviously agree on the simplification arguments and if your goal was to produce something as simple as a 60min strategy then i must admit that youve done a great job and its probably the best than can be done for such a simple set of guidelines.<br /> <br /> If you can now please just further comment on the BRM you suggest id be fully content :)<br /> <br /> cheers<br /> <br /> Wiktor

#8 Xstarion, 16 Jan 13 13:37

Dear Poker players,<br /> <br /> Does this strategy work for 9 players SNG's turbo's?<br /> <br /> And what about 4.5$ 45/90/180man SNG's normal speed? From my subjective opinion it can be used for these as well, especially when you are short stacked with less than 12 BB.<br /> <br /> Could you please comment? At the moment i am on the huge downswing with 4.5$ 180man SNG's and looking for a solid strategy which might give less ROI, but won't lead to lose my whole bankroll and probably recover me from the tilt. Current bankroll - 2,000$, 3 weeks ago it was 4,500$...:(<br /> <br /> Thank you very much.

#9 sirilidion, 17 Jan 13 23:43

I just have to strongly disagree with this new approce off BRM. espacially is todays games where edges are getting smaller and smaller. Advising beginners to play with only 20 BI's is just bad. 30 BI swings are not uncommon is these games even for the best to SnG players which just end up beginners having to move up and down a lot if there lucky or bust there starting stack in a lot of the cases when there unlucky. You really need at least 50 BI imo and going with 65 BI probably a better aproce. If I understand correctly you are giving much less to a beginner in starting capital but advising a 20 bi everything above the $ 1 is really bad advise to give to beginners imo

#10 thanbaithegioi, 21 Jan 13 05:57

yeah

#11 cuicacara, 25 Jan 13 18:17

hello!!

#12 bordel956, 25 Jan 13 20:00

Boleroo

#13 flotdrog, 27 Jan 13 17:32

Nice site

#14 laamaak, 14 Feb 13 09:50

which sng more profitable double up or which put in mind the 10% plus poker-room fee ...thanks

#15 munkey7, 21 Feb 13 00:01

On the All-in chart when somebody has called, bet, or raised before you the position column is your opponents position in the article yet in the PDF they are your position. Wondering which one it is.

#16 pool12345678, 12 May 13 00:40

norm

#17 prothero, 10 Jul 13 11:31

It says typpical raise is 3 bb pre-flop, but on another page it says 4 BB, which one is it?

#18 Nishant21, 16 Jul 13 00:48

AK + Early Position = Never Go ALL IN

#19 Angel909, 30 Aug 13 00:28

what??? 15 or 20 BI in SnG FR ? -.- You cant be serious

#20 TheLint, 13 Oct 13 15:20

"If somebody bets before you, raise 3 times his bet + the pot."<br /> <br /> Is this a mistake? Everywhere else you recommend just 3x raise, without adding the pot.<br /> <br /> Thanks!

#21 kanpoker, 17 Oct 13 03:37

It s vey good information for me(Newbies)

#22 Berzerekki, 17 Nov 13 18:47

Is it really ok go all in with K4o hand if you have 12BB left? i would fold that and wait for another hand A2-A9 for example?

#23 matabear, 13 Dec 13 03:49

Hey all,<br /> <br /> In this chat log I see a few mentions that bank roll management is wrong at playing at sngs that are the equivilent of 20 buy ins. However, the suggestion is to play 'at least 50-100 buy-ins'. <br /> Is this reasonable?<br /> Am I misunderstanding the chat log or has their been an amendment to the article from 20 to at least 50-100 buy-ins?

#24 Knallo, 17 Dec 13 00:57

@munkey7: It is definitely opponent's position. This mistake cost me quite a bit of money<br /> @PokerStrategy: ERROR ALERT!

#25 tonduluboy, 17 Dec 13 20:49

You cant blame Pokerstrategy for losing money by using this beginner strategy guide. If u feel some of the strategy is not working dont use it. ONLY use the one that make you $$$...

#26 Knallo, 18 Dec 13 06:40

Oh, but I can indeed, as I stopped losing money as soon as I realised the mistake.

#27 177272, 18 Dec 13 14:55

Hi Guys had a good read through this today, any plans for update? I appreciate its a difficult task but with all the pros and the like on this site you would think that this would need constant tweaking ?

#28 alinavserban, 12 Jan 14 12:01

Thats nice. Everything explained very clearly!

#29 tinetotRNMD, 04 Feb 14 16:13

ok

#30 Bubalus, 18 Feb 14 19:42

Found a mistake in the PDF file. On the second chart, where someone has raised before us, in the first column there should be villain's position instead of ours. Also the chart is missing an explanation what it is used for (reshove chart f.e). But it's a nitpicking really. I warmly welcome the refreshment you have done with the material. Good job!

#31 hamim88, 29 Mar 14 15:01

good job

#32 delhi2011, 05 Apr 14 15:14

man this will take some time to sink in my head :P

#33 Navrark, 06 Apr 14 08:00

Example 3:<br /> "You need to look into the very last row because you are in the "Blinds" position and have "6 or less" big blinds in your chip stack."<br /> <br /> The text above flatly contradicts this text:<br /> <br /> "First, you again need to know a player position but this time it's not always your position. There is a big difference between situations where you are the first one who can make a move and situations where somebody already bet, raised or called.<br /> <br /> Everybody before you folded: Use your position<br /> Otherwise: Use the position of the player who called, bet, raised first"

#34 sawfromhell, 08 Apr 14 08:21

iok

#35 delhi2011, 16 Apr 14 11:18

hi<br /> does this strategy applies to sit n go turbo tourney as well ?<br /> i played around few sit n go turbo with this strategy and didn't help to my cause :S

#36 WpIoNker, 07 Jul 14 19:20

Looks nice

#37 Dodevski19, 08 Jul 14 09:39

it is helpful :)

#38 irsa1, 08 Jul 14 13:58

Nice explained

#39 Daniptn, 14 Jul 14 12:27

hi,<br /> <br /> first let me say very helpful chart, however i do not understand why the suited chart for early and middle positions when you have 9-6blinds left is so loose: KQ-K4<br /> QJ-Q8<br /> JT-J7<br /> T9-T7<br /> 98. As far as i know a2 has higher winning chances in a pre-flop all in than anything of the kq qj sort. while i can understand an all in with strong k-x and q-x why would i ever want to all in from an early position with k4 or j7 sort of hands? not to mention t7. Could you elaborate on this a bit?<br /> <br /> Thanks for the help

#40 FlipFlop123, 15 Jul 14 14:56

#6 you are absolutley right <br /> Nice explained,well writen

#41 djibrilantiuang, 16 Jul 14 00:24

amazing

#42 mmmodel, 17 Jul 14 05:29

yeah!

#43 Xhoninooo, 03 Aug 14 22:30

nice!!

#44 lietuvis21x, 12 Aug 14 12:27

this strategy working perfect ! :) thanks you mate!

#46 patrakis7, 20 Aug 14 06:48

thank you!

#47 biggood, 03 Sep 14 10:54

GOOD strategy

#48 wage768, 19 Sep 14 16:24

like it

#49 Gutis112, 19 Oct 14 16:53

(y)

#50 party8888, 26 Nov 14 19:05

ok all in

#51 odomazetovRNMD, 29 Nov 14 21:41

Nice.

#52 egzekutor8686, 02 Dec 14 17:11

No

#53 StukaMKD, 03 Dec 14 19:03

Hi to all poker players.<br /> I have one questions and that is where can I find good strategy for SNG 6 max hyper turbos.<br /> Thanks

#54 matejcz, 07 Dec 14 21:57

husty

#55 azhardelisya, 11 Dec 14 18:01

Nice

#56 Denis2031, 31 Dec 14 18:07

NIce :)

#57 lreedul123, 04 Jan 15 16:43

wow really good lesson for me

#58 eddymurphy, 11 Jan 15 03:09

nice guide for newbie

#59 junior12, 18 Jan 15 16:22

nice

#60 kirane, 27 Jan 15 17:39

handy stuff

#61 tommaciula, 27 Jan 15 17:57

perfect guide

#62 Yakut228, 07 Feb 15 01:43

?*:

#63 gagi1988, 27 Feb 15 00:20

ok,not bad

#64 Mallaa, 27 Feb 15 18:59

and how fifty50 tournaments lol

#65 kellyconroy, 05 Mar 15 03:13

Good

#66 SIORANNNN55, 09 Mar 15 19:05

very nice explained

#67 toske1, 13 Mar 15 18:14

nery nicve

#68 6613zadoel, 24 Mar 15 16:41

its ok brooo,,,,

#69 RagaisisMindaugas, 30 Mar 15 15:58

Great examples and usefull tables for starting play SNG

#70 mirth, 06 Apr 15 12:47

i like the chart and already printed it out for use.

#71 theabeez, 13 Apr 15 01:30

Good

#72 sebib1, 15 Apr 15 19:54

excellent article

#73 redjoekim66, 23 Apr 15 00:25

thanks

#74 amoss666, 04 May 15 10:15

cheers

#75 Azarahai, 07 May 15 07:24

Is this guide still quite relevant, on a bit of a downswing just now and looking to go back to basics?

#76 Willywins, 14 May 15 12:10

Easy stuff... Kids stuff!

#77 my7za, 21 May 15 16:21

he beginner strategy is designed for people who know the basic rules of Holdem NL.<br /> <br /> Our goal was to come up with a strategy that can be learned within 60min and enables players to 'crush' the microstakes SnGs.<br /> <br /> We are 100% convinced that this strategy will do the job.<br /> <br /> We obviously had to make drastic simplifications in order to achieve this goal.<br /> <br /> You can always argue about details, and it is basically impossible to write a simplified 60min strategy that everybody agrees on.<br /> <br /> In our opinion it is the very nature of the poker game that it has to be learnt in a way that leads from simplified chart poker to situational/adaptive poker - from 'guided' playing to 'independent/creative' playing.<br /> <br /> We cannot make people perfect 'theoretical' players and send them to the tables then, but have to balance theoretical learning and practical learning.<br /> <br /> Our strategy has a huge edge over microstake SnG population because it contains less mistakes than the population's strategie.<br /> <br /> cheers

#78 145852, 07 Jul 15 15:23

thank you mate, this was helpful. i hope i will win from now on. i lost alot :(

#79 dimax80, 08 Jul 15 11:05

thank;

#80 princepok, 15 Jul 15 20:57

very helpfull

#81 4FT3R, 24 Jul 15 01:13

big insight

#82 WhiteWalker, 29 Jul 15 17:22

when was the last time this was updated? I just wondering if everything is still relevant? For example, what about limp stabbing? or stop and go's from the SB etc.

#83 Chuck1957, 06 Aug 15 08:11

Thank you for the excellent article. I have been employing the strategy in the $1 games on Bovada with good results so far.

#84 jolanka1, 29 Aug 15 22:10

Thank jou

#85 gevandrodenina, 10 Sep 15 17:03

awsome

#86 maki19s, 25 Sep 15 11:03

This not work

#87 magicwardrobe, 14 Oct 15 06:25

Thanks

#88 vampspell, 20 Oct 15 15:22

n

#89 diaconumonica, 24 Oct 15 16:05

thanks

#90 Berna888, 28 Oct 15 19:59

good aticles

#91 RasWattu, 29 Oct 15 13:30

Nice job!

#92 montaharno, 02 Nov 15 23:26

good job

#93 goodwinner99, 06 Nov 15 11:38

Thanks you.

#94 minsa0123, 11 Nov 15 09:07

ok

#95 sunirico, 23 Nov 15 08:43

Surely the post flop strategy with strong draws should be: <br /> <br /> Flop Turn River<br /> Bet / Call Bet / Call Check / Fold (missed draw)<br /> <br /> If no one bet before you then you bet otherwise you call.<br /> <br /> Instead of the suggested strategy to play it the same as Top pair. If there was a bet and a raise before you or a raise after you, bet all your chips (All-in).<br /> <br /> Unless you do suggest we go all in on the flop with a draw, please confirm?

#96 hipnotizitiziran, 28 Nov 15 00:18

i dont know really

#97 JackEconomy92, 29 Nov 15 16:51

ok

#98 Chuck1957, 01 Dec 15 10:08

After 71 games I have a ROI of 15.7% using this strategy in $1 games. So far so good!

#99 SickOutrun, 02 Dec 15 05:08

k

#100 chie84, 05 Dec 15 16:05

Ok

#101 rafaeltuim, 21 Dec 15 13:38

nice!!!

#102 Simidru76, 21 Dec 15 15:02

thanks!

#103 edison1234, 04 Jan 16 07:52

it's not sure

#104 freezerke899, 04 Jan 16 17:40

great

#105 edison2304, 08 Jan 16 16:44

Very good bro

#106 shanti13, 16 Jan 16 22:30

я ничего не поняла, ни единого слова)))))))))))

#107 setyaida, 25 Jan 16 13:47

I take it

#108 hassux, 25 Jan 16 21:36

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#109 caka65, 26 Jan 16 14:11

Hi

#110 bubamarasr, 27 Jan 16 02:11

read it. thank you

#111 chicongacc, 30 Jan 16 22:20

ok

#112 mazambikus, 01 Feb 16 08:20

ok

#113 Misterbimce, 03 Feb 16 02:41

ok

#114 SamAvagyan, 07 Feb 16 12:13

very interesting news,thanks you very much,

#115 Nhoxalone, 18 Feb 16 15:48

ok

#116 nasturel0, 20 Feb 16 21:42

Thanks , very good

#117 xxstephanxx, 12 Mar 16 08:47

gelezen dank u voor de info.

#118 ononameo, 18 Mar 16 11:34

ok

#119 simegi30, 20 Mar 16 18:27

ok

#120 kasiajrc, 21 Mar 16 06:03

ok

#121 marioAA87, 23 Mar 16 19:32

ok

#122 Giio88, 26 Mar 16 19:48

Trying to do!

#123 dycie, 27 Mar 16 15:43

nice

#124 Cris1503, 28 Mar 16 13:45

nice

#125 carapan87, 28 Mar 16 21:06

good

#126 Anggiprazz, 15 Apr 16 01:05

Good game

#127 NilAkas588, 17 Apr 16 04:29

nice game

#128 Ps1har4et0, 01 May 16 16:55

niice

#129 rafintipu, 27 May 16 06:42

this comment very nice

#130 metzelgott, 13 Jun 16 09:57

nice!

#131 noshirtnoblouse, 28 Jun 16 14:29

woah man! right on... nice.

#132 Bhutoijo, 22 Jul 16 03:38

nice arcticles

#133 andyhaz, 30 Jul 16 15:32

nice

#134 Mazais7777777, 01 Aug 16 13:33

i liked Sit & Go!

#135 Catonthemat, 02 Aug 16 09:54

Took this for a spin, first person out... sad times. Maybe the next time will be better.

#136 monkeyboxes, 07 Aug 16 21:20

very helpful

#137 PriAba, 15 Aug 16 14:08

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#138 dzeimz, 29 Aug 16 21:01

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#139 burncool, 11 Sep 16 12:45

ok

#140 aba9999, 25 Sep 16 06:09

Goood raisn

#141 shilenito, 01 Oct 16 03:19

Hello and thanks for this I find it very useful. I promisse to try it out as u am new to this game.<br /> Regards

#142 beno87, 02 Oct 16 19:04

nie article..interessting..keep uploading.. thank you ;))) but it not always like u said... cracked hands all over and over again

#143 milkokomitov, 04 Oct 16 08:52

very interesting...

#144 ernestoars, 09 Oct 16 16:06

This article is interesting information for the person who wants to be a poker player

#145 kocken2016, 11 Oct 16 23:39

nice

#146 gerita, 20 Oct 16 12:05

very interesting..

#147 jojoo8383, 23 Oct 16 04:24

interesting

#148 brennajade, 26 Oct 16 02:54

lots of good skill here

#149 100Krasavchegg, 04 Nov 16 18:24

нормальные статейки только у меня что то браузер не понятно переводит немного!!)

#150 Chiznuggets, 15 Nov 16 02:48

lol I was sitting here trying to figure out why the comments are so shit and then I realized you get rewards for commenting lmao

#151 Debeli5, 15 Nov 16 11:43

nice i will try it

#152 kattavenos1, 27 Nov 16 15:03

Ωραια εγω θα το δοκιμασω

#153 tiamat1478, 29 Nov 16 07:58

One thing, in example 3 where the big blind flopped top pair 10's, you said it's not worth very much but you didn't explain WHY it's not worth very much. I really would like to know that please.

#154 MsMaryJayne, 07 Dec 16 16:47

WELL THATS A LOT TO TAKE IN!!!!!!!!!1