Posted by in Uncategorized on April 21, 2011
Our goal is to provide a complete guide to beating heads up tournaments in a simple format. These games are easier to quantify than almost any other poker game, and we have included starting hand charts, push/fold charts, information on adjusting to different types of players, and lots of useful information for handling different blind levels. Our goal is to provide a complete guide to beating heads up tournaments in a simple format.
We recommend that you read through each blind level first, paying close attention and rereading any portions that don’t seem to make sense or require a significant change from your current playing style. Once you have a good feel for how heads up matches are played, you can click on the tab for the number of big blinds in the effective stack* and use the charts and simple advice in that tab while you play. Once you have a clear understanding of everything on this site you’ll want to check out our Resources page for links to more advanced strategy training.
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*Effective Stack in a heads up sit and go is the shorter of the two stacks. Click on the tab that is the appropriate range for the shorter stack.