Sit & Go Strategy: Changing Gears – Be the Bully

While even one-table Sit & Go tournaments have a multi-table flavour, a key difference is that we’re effectively being fast-forwarded straight into final table mode as soon as we sit down. Thanks to the more rapidly increasing blind levels than we experience during the much, much longer course of a MTT, much of the strategy specific to S&G poker is related to both the blinds and the limited number of prizes. (more…)

No Limit Poker: Heads Up Fun

Poker, of course, is a rich, complex game that comes in many guises and formats. We all have a particular favourite ‘perfect’ poker game which, ideally, we both feel comfortable with and can achieve a level of success from. The potential problem with this, like all manner of favourite things, Read more…

The Crafty Re-Steal, Part 1

Every sport and game tends to have its little tricks that can give someone an edge over opponents who have yet to incorporate such moves into their repertoire. Poker, being a game of seemingly countless variables and, crucially, unknowns, is incredibly rich in that there are many, many tricks and Read more…

Heads Up Sit & Go Strategy

While Sit & Go tournaments offer an exciting, one-table competitive experience that don’t take too much time (meaning we can play a number of them in one session), it’s possible to step up a gear or three for the even more thrilling ride of the heads up S&G. These differ Read more…