You’ve been playing for hours. Your heart is pounding. You’re one elimination away from the money. You have 10 big blinds but can comfortably fold your way to the money. Every hand feels like it’s going on forever.
Why won’t someone bust already?!!
Then you’re dealt pocket queens, and someone opens. Two bigger stacks call.
What do you do?
- Playing on the bubble – big stack and short stack
- New #Study4Stadium strategy articles
- Cash game strategy: Inside the Mind of a Pro
- VIDEO: New MTT hand review
Playing tournament poker on the bubble isn’t always easy. As the big stack, you want to keep the pressure on your opponents without losing many of your chips in the process. As a small stack, you want to make the money, but when a good spot to double up comes along, it’s hard to pass it up.
Thankfully, PokerStars School is on hand to help you work on your bubble play.
Brush up on your bubble strategy with Dave “TheLangolier” Roemer’s new series of articles.
With the Stadium Series heading toward the home straight, your window for landing a huge score is starting to shut.
Check out these new #Study4Stadium articles to make sure your game is sharp going into the final week:
This week, Pete Clarke breaks down a cash game pot in which he called a four-bet only to see a disastrous flop hit the felt.
He then had to concoct a stubborn plan to avoid folding.
Check out his thought process in the new article: Inside the Mind of a Pro – Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way.
Dave “TheLangolier” Roemer is back with another hand review. In this series, he’s analysing the final two tables of a $11 Turbo tournament played by a PokerStars School member.
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