Sit N Go’s

Sit & Go Tournament Early Stages Preflop Ranges and Strategies

This Sit & Go article was written by Smart Poker Study contributor Jason Borowski.  I’m a huge fan of low stakes Sit & Go (SNG) tournaments because there is less variance than regular tournaments and…

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Valuable Lessons from 263 Heads Up Sit and Go Matches (HUSNG) | Episode 175

I discuss the valuable lessons I learned from playing a full month of HUSNG matches including play the player and staying aggressive. Download and listen to this episode as you follow along below.   My…

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The Push/Fold Game in Sit N Go’s

In the last Sit N Go article I discussed the role of ICM in SNG strategy.  Another key part of SNG strategy as the tourney moves on into the middle and late stages is the…

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ICM & Sit N Go Tournaments

ICM (Independent Chip Model) is a formula we use to determine the dollar value of our stack (tournament equity) at a given moment in a tournament.  Knowing this value can help us determine what hands…

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SNG Middle Stage Strategy

SNG Middle Stage Strategy requires that you start upping the aggression, as chipping up by stealing blinds and limped pots is going to help you abuse the bubble.  This is when you’ll have to start…

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SNG Early Stage Strategy

Mastering SNG Early Stage Strategy is key in becoming a successful SNG player.   This post will explain the advantages of a “tight is right” strategy in the early stages, will give you opening ranges and…

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