On the weekends, the ultra-low-buyin real money THNL games look much like the ultra-low-buyin play chip (ULBPC) THNL games. The Pizza Hut delivery boys have cashed their paychecks and they’re looking for a good time. You, of course, want to take their chips (either real or fake).
PokerStars player Rob "rsnbrgr" Rosenberger specializes in the play chip 50,000+800 nine-player THNL sit&go events. He gives away millions each year in play chip "gifts" in memory of his late wife.
Any good player can scale a fish — but how do you deal with a whole school of fish? How can you protect aces before the flop when five fish will call a 10xBB raise with any two cards?
This online booklet teaches you how to conquer the ULBPC sit&go events.
You might wonder what compelled me to write this. Believe it or not, I wrote it for myself. You see, I used to habitually lose money in cheap weekend tourneys & cash games. It finally dawned on me that in poker, a “fish” behaves like any one mindless piranha — and likewise, a poker table full of fish behaves like a mindless school of piranha.
In 2007 I took a five-month sabattical from “regular” poker just so I could learn how a school of fish behaves. I did my research in the PokerStars ultra-low-buyin play chip events where you can always find a school of fish.Writing this online booklet did wonders for my poker strategy. I no longer habitually lose money in cheap weekend tournaments & cash games…
- #1: Do you want to play or do you want to win?
- #2: Those very first two hands
- #3: Betting patterns
- #4: Unique to ULBPC events
- #5: Why are there so many bad beats?