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Great Read! I have seen so many nonsensical shoves, even in bigger buy-in events. Thanks Jarod! Glad you are part of the TPE team. August 14th, Log in to Reply. As far as the late stages go, I had to throw out everything I learned about calling ranges from my online experience. Conversely, it IS a really good time to overjam a huge hand because it is more likely to be hero-called off by someone who is not so invested yet. August 24th, Log in to Reply. And indeed, the fact that something did not work out result wise at some particular time is meaningless and does not diminish the value of these insights. Superb read!! Spot on. DaNta5tiC Great Read! When you get to the later stages of a tournament, you can run that big bluff on someone who exhibits a strong emotional investment in cashing. Great to have you here at TPE! First Name. Very great points throughout. To summarize this as I play my first live WSOPC series, there is a standard dynamic that happens after bubbles burst: Fish play loose and then tighten up as the next bubble approaches. But even the tightest, most hopeful-about-cashing player knows that his chances are slim at the beginning of the tournament, so put the pressure on later when he is already counting his impending mincash. The dinner break seems to be a special case where they play loose before and tight afterwards. At the start of the tourney until the Day 2 bubble 2. They set little meaningless goals for themselves that actually act as barriers to their success. Great Read. The desire to bag chips gets in the way because it stunts their ability to aggressively go after pots in the last level of the day. I have played live consistently for almost 6 years and I completely agree with everything you said. I was one of those bad plys doing everything you said. EaglesFn Great article Jamie!!.. Email Address. April 4th, Log in to Reply. This happens… 1. Welcome aboard TPE Nation! As a mostly LIVE player the last 5 yrs, you are spot on. Sign up now to check out our free video section. There are worse things. At the start of ITM until the FT bubble The dinner break seems to be a special case where they play loose before and tight afterwards. August 13th, Log in to Reply. I majored in psychology, but still have absolutely no clue why people do the things they do the first level of day 2s. Save for Later. DLostAlRiver Great advices for mostly online grinders like me, they will help me at my live mtts, thanks August 8th, Log in to Reply. I have bagged a pitiful stack enough in my early live career to discover that you gain nothing by squeaking into a day 2, except for an annoying alarm clock the next morning and having to drag yourself to a casino to put those chips at risk 10 hours later. I think your psychological analysis was spot on and written superbly, especially in relation to weak players thought processes at each level of the MTT. August 9th, Log in to Reply. Search for:.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Great article Jamie. I consent to receive information about services and special offers by email. Next to that, the characteristics of the game flow during tournaments, both life and online, need to be investigated much deeper and i am spending many thoughts on that lately. You will be rewarded with a nice end-of-day uptick frequently, but sometimes just with the moral victory of going out in a blaze of glory on the last hand of the night. Conversely, it can save us from getting into unnecessary confrontations at times. I tend to widen my calling range against them if they have shown some propensity for recklessness. Your AQ would be lucky to be up against only JJ. I did it, but I honestly recognized all of the feelings that I talked about, and had to consciously decide to not be a wuss and keep up the aggression. Stop placating your emotions by promising yourself a ticket into day 2, and start going after the blinds of the people who are making this mistake. This is a Reverse Bubble. You will meet much less resistance at this stage of the tournament as people tend to take some time to settle back into the groove of playing after an hour break or 90 minutes in WSOPs. There is just so much preflop action that you have to make sure when you open that you are willing to continue in the hand. I am going to identify some flawed thinking and give some strategies for exploiting illogical play. I open very few pots before the play settles down. A consistent psychological flaw that bad players exhibit is failing to view the tournament as one long event. The next step is countering this behavior, which is so hard to do. March 19th, Log in to Reply. Cant wait to watch your vids. Sadly it worked out badly in the end anyway. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}In the last two years, I have played A LOT of live poker, more than I ever wanted to or ever thought I would play thanks a lot, DOJ , and have recognized consistent patterns in the way the average player thinks and behaves during pivotal moments. There is one main mistake that I see even good players make in the early stages of a tournament, and I repeatedly hear it in their hand histories. Non-members can try a sample of our best videos β€” for free. There is much more folding, less 3-betting and more passively played hands. To take advantage of them, just do the opposite of what they are doing. The exception to the day 2 craziness is when the money bubble is looming, and then you can expect standard bubble play as people have as strong attachment to their chips and their potential real money value. Also, 3betting light at this stage is huge! Brentl2 great read β€” thx October 30th, Log in to Reply. Hopefully TPE members will be able to benefit from some of my observations. When the tournament is approaching dinner break, some shortstacks decide that it would be really terrible to have to sit through dinner with only 12bbs. What a great bonus for the members! At the start of Day 2 until the ITM bubble 3. It takes a lot of focus and resolve to keep the pressure on during the end of day 1 when I really just wanted to bag my chips up and feel good about it. The two levels following dinner is the optimal time to up your aggression and take control of the table. Thanks again!! JamieAnn Thanks Jarod! Some of the behavior I have observed is obvious and very reasonable e. You must be logged in to post a comment. I play premium hands, or I play good-enough-hands against stacks that I am comfortable calling off against. Great article Jamie!!.. I just bubbled the Parx WPT, and really had a hard time overcoming the same psychological hang-ups that I just wrote about. Great read. P-aire Great article Jamie. Amateurs are NOT 3betting light at this stage, they are protecting their stacks by only getting very involved with premium hands. Because people tighten up so much in the last level, this is the time in the tournament to back down to ANY resistance you face from amateurs. When you are the first to show aggression, you have to fold out if they fight back. As structures are getting better every day thanks Allen Kessler , even smaller buy-in tournaments are becoming multi-day events. It makes no sense. August 8th, Log in to Reply. Perhaps as a backlash to their feelings of wussiness for folding to a day 2, the same players who folded every hand the previous night go buck wild in the first half hour the next day.