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2007-11-09

Phil Shaw

Game one on one, in recent years has become a very popular option for the game, largely thanks to the Internet, where sites such as PokerStars, offer odnostolovye play tournaments (sit'n'go) Pay Admission $ 1 to $ 5000. No further explanation is that this is an incredibly cheerfully, as well as useful. Briefly, all of this because when playing one on one, will not hide - you bet blind each distribution, so if you sit and wait for aces, you are finished when the last BJP blind your stack. J4 raznomastnye, A2, K3 - you have to watch flop with such cards only frank throwing garbage, like 53 or 72 raznomastnye. So, the ability to bluff,

read his opponent and, in general, the post-flop game - all this goes on

the fore.



Another determining factor in the game one to one - the position, which in all unlimited games (limit, we will consider later) plays the most important role, such as filing about in tennis. Traditionally, button button given to small size, and hence it is the first word on the flop, and the last to flop. Thus, the small blind has the opportunity to enter the bank first, and to continue to put pressure on the flop.



If, in a nutshell, you need more attack with small blind and with fewer large. How active you have to play depends on the size of pot, because if you approach the end of the tournament, and the blinds are high, much higher chance of being caught in any position. Remember, the main advantage of the button that you have three rounds after the flop, and you can strike three times, simply forcing the enemy to risk most of his stack.



Using this principle - the first step to success in the game, one by one, but still, a lot depends on the opponent. Fortunately, if you follow the strategy of sustained pressure from loaf (unless you encounter resistance), and protection from large blind (unless caught monster), you will soon understand what made your opponents, and see how their game different from yours. If you find that they are using the same strategy as you have a chance that you are finished after a long battle in which neither one of you will not give a single cent to another without fighting, and either will be quite formidable blinds or end the match after draws several large banks.



But if you have a conflict will arise in the early stages of the game, have a chance to recognize some weak opponents in the game. For example, you will know that they regularly play kolliruyut and "check-raise before" "off" position, thus making themselves vulnerable, or that they played passively on the button, giving you a bit of freedom. Or that they have a lot of bluffing, or rather, very little. Or that they are equally responsive to your game. Or that they raise too much, or too little, allowing you to watch flop, or destroying the momentum of the game.



2007-11-09
Phil Shaw
Game one on one, in recent years has become a very popular option for the game, largely thanks to the Internet, where sites such as PokerStars, offer odnostolovye play tournaments (sit'n'go) Pay Admission $ 1 to $ 5000. No further explanation is that this is an incredibly cheerfully, as well as useful. Briefly, all of this because when playing one on one, will not hide - you bet blind each distribution, so if you sit and wait for aces, you are finished when the last BJP blind your stack. J4 raznomastnye, A2, K3 - you have to watch flop with such cards only frank throwing garbage, like 53 or 72 raznomastnye. So, the ability to bluff,
read his opponent and, in general, the post-flop game - all this goes on
the fore.

Another determining factor in the game one to one - the position, which in all unlimited games (limit, we will consider later) plays the most important role, such as filing about in tennis. Traditionally, button button given to small size, and hence it is the first word on the flop, and the last to flop. Thus, the small blind has the opportunity to enter the bank first, and to continue to put pressure on the flop.

If, in a nutshell, you need more attack with small blind and with fewer large. How active you have to play depends on the size of pot, because if you approach the end of the tournament, and the blinds are high, much higher chance of being caught in any position. Remember, the main advantage of the button that you have three rounds after the flop, and you can strike three times, simply forcing the enemy to risk most of his stack.

Using this principle - the first step to success in the game, one by one, but still, a lot depends on the opponent. Fortunately, if you follow the strategy of sustained pressure from loaf (unless you encounter resistance), and protection from large blind (unless caught monster), you will soon understand what made your opponents, and see how their game different from yours. If you find that they are using the same strategy as you have a chance that you are finished after a long battle in which neither one of you will not give a single cent to another without fighting, and either will be quite formidable blinds or end the match after draws several large banks.

But if you have a conflict will arise in the early stages of the game, have a chance to recognize some weak opponents in the game. For example, you will know that they regularly play kolliruyut and "check-raise before" "off" position, thus making themselves vulnerable, or that they played passively on the button, giving you a bit of freedom. Or that they have a lot of bluffing, or rather, very little. Or that they are equally responsive to your game. Or that they raise too much, or too little, allowing you to watch flop, or destroying the momentum of the game.

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