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Posted on Mar 6th 2007  -  Subject: style
Style is not always so different at cash games and tourneys... The thing is, you have to be able to vary your game....
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Posted on Mar 14th 2007  -  Subject: :)
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Posted on Aug 4th 2007
actually i disagree you make a miistake at a cash game.. you re-load you make a mistake in a tourney.. it's over cheers..jeff
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Posted on Aug 5th 2007
you make a mistake in a tourney.. it's over ..... but if it's a rebuy tourney? ;-)))) GL AT THE TABLE
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Posted on Aug 5th 2007
I think there is a big difference.
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Posted on Aug 23rd 2007
I agree that there is a difference
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Posted on Aug 26th 2007
This would become a good post if someone spoke about the difference!!! LOL GL AT THE TABLE
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Posted on Sep 2nd 2007  -  Subject: Very Different and Yet the same!!
I think that both tournament play and cash game is very different but at the same time the same. This is for a couple of reasons. 1) Cash games can be very straight forward but as you move up levels you need to be able to very your game and make moves to steal some pots and pick up some chips. Same thing can be said for tournaments. 2) At different levels of tournaments (especially early on when you are figuring out the table) basic strategy and tight aggressive play is usually best. 3) As the blinds increase in tournaments less decisions are made based on math but more on chip stack in comparison to blind structure. While this is very different from cash games it is similar to being very short stacked at a cash game for example with $36 on a $2/4 table. Often situation and not your cards will dictate your play. 4) Depending on the structure of the tournament you can often afford to be much more patient in a cash game and just play your regular game because of the standard blind levels whereas in a tournament often the blinds will create more aggressive play as the tournament goes on the average chip stack levels off. 5) All in all I believe that the play in tournaments is quite different from regular cash game play as a whole but particular tournament situations will dictate particular play that can be very similar.
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