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Big Blind Tournament Math - 100 or More - Poker - About.com
How to play a stack of 100 or more big blinds early in a tournament.
Big Blind Tournament Math -- 31-100 Big Blinds - Poker - About.com
How to play with 31 to 100 big blinds in a no-limit holdem tournament.
Big Blind Math -- 15 Big Blinds and Below - Poker - About.com
Many players tense up when their stack reaches 15 big blinds and below. In truth, you should relax; with a stack this short, poker just became really easy to play.
Big Blind Math -- 16-30 Big Blinds - Poker - About.com
Once your stack drops to 30 big blinds and below some fairly stiff rules start coming into play. This is really the core of tournament play as most of the time you'll ...
Poker Tournament Strategy and Advice - About.com
Big Blind Math - 100+ Big Blinds How to play a stack of 100 or more big blinds early in a tournament. Satellite Tournaments A guide to successful satellite ...
Playing the Effective Stacks in Late Tournament Play
But it is just as important to know how big your opponents' stacks are. ... Let's say you're in the small blind with 20 big blinds in your stack and a fairly active ... Big Blind Tournament Math -- 100 or more Big Blinds · Your Tournament To...
Your Tournament Toolbox - Poker - About.com
No matter how tight you play, the blinds get high enough and the field thin enough ... I have several in-depth articles on big blind math that you'll want to read.
2013 Fall Poker Classic Tournament Notes 2 - About.com
One round later, I wake up with Queens on the big blind. ... At this point I have 36,000 in chips or 45 big blinds, which is well above average and a ... FPC Notes 1 · Big Blind Math -- 31-100 Big Blinds · Big Blind Math -- 15 Big Bli...
Limit Hold'em A-Z: D Is for Defending the Blinds - Casino Gambling
The next player to the left is the big blind and post a full bet. They are called blinds because they are blind bets made before any cards are dealt. When a player ...
Playing the Kill - Poker - About.com
You forgot to look at the math. When you shine the cold light of reason on this play you will see that if you win that second pot, 2 big blinds are being raked from it ...