Hey all, I just recently made the switch from 22-33$ 9man non turbos to 25$-39$ 6man turbos....
I am good at the 9mans, not amazing, but enough to make some money at it.
6mans, seem to be giving me a hard time.
Is their any strategy adjustments I should be making? Early on raising and calling ranges?
3bet shoving ranges in the later stages, and all in calling ranges?
Should I be making a change or keeping it the same.
I have made some changes, but it's not working out for me. So I am thinking of just playing the same game I was always playing.
Any advice is much appreciated!
u should def call alot wider on the bubble as most people ship it in super wideEdited By: Crystal extacY Jan 20th, 2011 at 06:11 PM
and nitting it up in 6max's isnt as succesful as in full ring ,
u pretty much have to play back at others ,also playing the same straightforward game is not goina be too succesfull
switching gears , callin with big hands instead of 3 betting helps out alot
that applies to the 33s and higher where the play is alil tougher
I'd switch to 9 man turbos before making the switch from non turbo to turbo and 9 max to 6 max at the same time. I can't comment on the 6 max aspect since I never specifically played 6 max turbos. I can however say that the turbo aspect of SNGs are going to have more of a focus on your push/fold game so I would focus on getting better at that. I'd imagine if you were a successful player in non turbos you understand how to play deeper stacked well which leads me to believe push/fold is more of a factor.
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