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I finished playing a tournament a few hours ago but I want to see who won. Final tournament information, including total prize pool and finishing places, will remain in the Tourney Lobby for a while - usually a few hours after the tournament's conclusion.
The late stage of the tournament can be defined as the period leading up to the money bubble and after the money bubble up until the final table. Exactly how long the period before the bubble will vary from tournament to tournament, but in general it will be from whenever there is a change in play from a number of players to being more conservative as they approach the bubble.Multi Table Tournaments are large-scale poker tournaments which can have a virtualy unlimited number of players. Everyone buys in for the same fee, and all players receive the same number of chips. Participants are split at random across as many tables as necessary, and as players are eliminated, the number of tables slowly shrinks down to one. At this 'final table' the tournament continues.The late stages of a poker tournament include the process starting at the bursting of the bubble to the first-place finish at the FT. Before you start reading about the late stage, go read about how to play early and mid-stages of a poker tournament and come back after.
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Satellite tournaments are qualifying events that give you an opportunity to win a seat to the main tournaments with a higher buy-in. We currently offer Satellite tournaments to our main event and Bounty Hunters tournaments in turbo and normal speed types. Please refer to our satellite tournament schedule shown below for further details.Read More
How to Play Poker in a Tournament. by Wesley R. Young. Poker Tournament Strategy. Prev Next. The biggest difference between a tournament and a normal game is that once your chips are gone, you are out of the tournament. In a regular game, you have the option to buy more chips at any time between hands. This makes tournament strategy a little different. Some players simply want to place in.Read More
Too crazy. Anyway, I’ll sum it up this way. Whether you’re playing in traditional poker cash games or poker tournaments, how you play pocket pairs should depend a lot on the way your table is playing. While this does apply to traditional poker games, the information above is better suited as poker strategy for tournaments.Read More
Multi-Table Tournament Poker Strategy Early, Middle, and Late MTT Strategy. Multi table tournaments are different from single tables in many different ways. There is a larger field to fight.Read More
Tournament strategy for Texas Hold’em differs considerably from cash game strategy, and there are a host of other tips that determine how to play in tourneys. If you ask 5 different people, chances are you’ll get many different answers about the best poker strategies to adopt.Read More
Multi-Table Tournament Poker Strategy Early, Middle, and Late MTT Strategy. Multi table tournaments are different from single tables in many different ways.Read More
Preparing well for a poker tournament also involves thinking ahead of time about spending the better portion of a day and night in a poker room. The most common complaint by far from poker players, at least in my opinion, is that the tournament room is either too hot or too cold. Don’t let this become an issue for you and come prepared for either circumstance.Read More
High blind play depends more on poker table position and the size of your chip stack than it does on the cards in your hand. The primary rule for high blind poker is to never let your stack drop below 3 times the big blind. When this happens it’s called getting blinded out. Basically you don’t have enough money to get anyone to fold. You’ve lost. Shove with anything if you’re in danger.Read More
Playing AJ may be one of the toughest hands to play in No-Limit Texas Hold'em. From early position, it is best to just fold this hand. Playing AJ out of position will get you in all sorts of trouble.Read More