Daaaaaaang16 responds to some concepts and hands that the DC community has submitted and then he touches on "the bubble" attribute of tournaments.
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I come from a HUNL background and am accustomed to checking back SD value, thoughts on checking back here? What if you had QQ's or KK's?
Are you cbetting Axx/Kxx rainbow 100% IP? What about OOP?
While 57s def has some sd value there, I also can get some hands that I don't beat to fold due to the ace on board. If I had more sd, such as qq/kk I like checking it back some as well.
I am def c betting a very high % of Axx/Kxx in position, not 100% tho, maybe 80-90. OOP I tend to not 3 bet as light to begin with so that range will be smaller but when I do, the c bet % is probably pretty damn similar.
Hope that helps,
Question, I play a 20 dollar game and normally there is 80 to 100 players , and normally the final table get paid. When there is 20 players left the big stake has around 50 to 60 big blinds and the average is around 20-25. When do you think it is the time to push in relation to big blinds as you have talked about alot of bigger events. 10 big blinds ??? How low is too low and when would you push with any A??? As I have cashed alot and had a win but this time is not my best and the same happens at sit and gos when there is 4 to 5 left.