I completed the second article in my Big Blind Math series today. If you haven't read them yet, I am exploring how the number of big blinds affects how you play, both your starting hands and what you do with them postflop. The first article talked about early tournament play when you and most of your opponents all have stacks of over 100 big blinds. The next regards the 31-100 big blinds levels.
The concept of big blind math in tournament play is a real fundamental for all tournament players. I always like going back and writing about fundamentals -- it's one of the reasons I took on the poker guide position here. Writing about fundamentals forces me to reexamine them and focus on how I'm currently applying them. And most times I come to realize that I've slipped in some small way and I am able to fix a hole in my game.
Physician heal thyself and teacher teach thyself.
If you don't know much about big blind math, then be sure to read these and upcoming articles. And if you do already know about it, are you sure you don't need a reminder?