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I originally wrote this as an essay for rec. Some time later, I was told that about two-thirds of the players in a large r. In , Mason Malmuth asked me to be a contributing author for a new poker magazine called "Poker World". This revised essay was slated to be a feature article in the second issue, but unfortunately the magazine folded after its first issue, for technical reasons.
The magazine "Poker Digest" took its place for a few years. Caveat Emptor, and all that stuff. A Primer for Playing No-Limit Hold'em Tournaments No-limit Hold'em tournaments are becoming increasingly popular these days.
They are a change of pace from the regular grind, and give players a chance to win a big prize if they're lucky. A player who is knowledgeable about the best tournament strategies can also hold a big edge over the opposition.
Conversely, inexperienced tournament players can be at a significant disadvantage, even if they are fairly good at limit Hold'em. For a player who is new to the tournament environment, but ready to give it a try, the natural question is "Where do I start? The aim of this article is to give a simple "crude but effective" strategy that will give even a novice tournament player a decent chance of finishing in the money. It takes a lot of learning and practice to become a strong poker player.
For most people, it requires hundreds of hours of reading and playing, often over the course of years. Tournament strategy adds a completely new dimension to this expertise, and there is no way you're going to become an expert overnight. It is equally impossible for a single magazine article to explore the full depth and complexity of poker and tournament strategy.