Membuat Keputusan Informed di Sit ‘n’ Go Turnamen Poker

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Membuat keputusan adalah inti dari bermain poker yang baik. Berikut kemudian, adalah gambaran dari proses pengambilan keputusan untuk turnamen poker duduk n pergi. Perlu diingat meskipun, bahwa ada begitu banyak variabel di poker dan turnamen, situasi mungkin secara harfiah terbatas. Jadi, presentasi ini akan menjadi ketinggian tampilan yang tinggi pada proses keputusan, daripada analisis rinci dari setiap langkah.

Anda dapat menganggap gambaran ini seolah-olah peta jalan Interstate Highway. Ini tidak akan memandu Anda tepat ke tujuan Anda, tetapi akan membuat Anda cukup dekat. Kemudian, jika diperlukan untuk Situs Poker Online perjalanan Anda, Anda dapat berkonsultasi peta jalan lokal yang lebih rinci. Dalam hal ini, ‘peta jalan lokal’ adalah sebuah metafora untuk langkah terakhir dalam analisis informasi. Setelah evaluasi pertimbangan yang disebutkan di bawah selesai, langkah terakhir dari analisis akan memegang dua kartu Anda, dan dari jalan bermain. Sekali lagi, itu adalah tingkat analisis di luar lingkup gambaran ini.

Mari kita mulai dengan langkah pertama, yaitu untuk memahami bahwa analisis keputusan berlaku untuk setiap satu dari tangan Anda . Secara harfiah, ini berarti bahwa untuk setiap tangan, Anda harus:

  • Mempertimbangkan semua informasi yang tersedia sebelum Anda membuat keputusan apapun,
  • Pertimbangkan tindakan setiap pemain sebelum Anda membuat keputusan apapun, dan
  • Jarang pra-pilih untuk kotoran tangan Anda. Karena, Anda tidak dapat membuat keputusan akhir sampai semua informasi itu berada, termasuk aksi pemain ke kanan.

Proses ini kemudian, adalah untuk berpikir secara menyeluruh tentang masing-masing dan setiap tangan, dan untuk mempertimbangkan setiap kemungkinan sebelum memutuskan pada bagaimana untuk bertindak. Memang, proses ini bisa lambat. Tapi, itu adalah dengan desain. Lambat, pertimbangan hati-hati membantu untuk melindungi terhadap keputusan tergesa-gesa yang dapat kehilangan chip. Dan, menjaga serta melawan hilang peluang yang bisa panen chip.

Pertimbangan berikut adalah wakil dari jenis informasi yang diperlukan untuk pengambilan keputusan dalam duduk n pergi turnamen:

  1. Pertimbangkan memegang tangan Anda.
    • Apakah itu premium?
    • Apakah itu dimainkan?
    • Apakah itu sampah?
  2. Pertimbangkan aksi di tangan sebelumnya.
    • Apakah kamu menang?
    • Apakah Anda kehilangan?
    • Adalah pemenang atau pecundang di tangan ini?
  3. Pertimbangkan jumlah lawan di tangan ini.
    • Cukup untuk menjamin pot odds menelepon?
    • cukup sedikit untuk menjamin gertak sambal?
  4. Pertimbangkan gaya bermain mereka.
    • Longgar atau ketat?
    • Pemalu atau agresif?
    • Tricky atau langsung?
  5. Mempertimbangkan situasi mereka.
    • Cemas?
    • Putus asa?
    • Percaya diri?
    • Terlalu percaya?
  6. Pertimbangkan ukuran stack relatif Anda.
    • Putus asa?
    • Pendek?
    • Rata-rata?
    • Besar?
    • Besar?
  7. Pertimbangkan posisi meja Anda.
    • Blinds?
    • Awal?
    • Tengah?
    • Terlambat?
    • Tombol?
  8. Pertimbangkan gambar meja Anda.
    • Ikan?
    • Novice?
    • Berpengalaman?
    • Sulit?
    • Ketat?
    • Agresif?
    • Malu?
    • Longgar?
    • Hiu?
  9. Mempertimbangkan tingkat turnamen ini.
    • Awal?
    • Tengah?
    • Terlambat?
    • Gelembung?
    • In-the-uang?
    • Jumlah blinds?
  10. Mempertimbangkan tingkat turnamen berikutnya.
    • Apakah ditandai dengan peningkatan buta?
    • Apakah ditandai dengan eliminasi?
    • Will its arrival increase player anxiety?
  11. Consider the present big blind size.
    • Is it insignificant?
    • Is it greater than 10% of the table average stack size?
    • Is it unmanageable?
  12. Consider the next big blind increase.
    • How long until the increase?
    • What will be the impact?
  13. Consider what your opponents might think about your hand.
    • What have been your showdowns?
    • What are you representing?
  14. Consider what your opponents might think about your action.
    • Have you played a lot of hands?
    • Have you been stealing pots?
    • Have you played very few?
    • Have you folded to aggression?
  15. Consider the amount of elapsed tournament time.
    • How much time is left in the tournament?
    • How much time before the next blind increase?
  16. Consider the present actions of your opponents.
    • Are they in character?
    • Are they out of character?
    • Are they making a move?
    • Are they making a mistake?
    • What is their chat?
  17. Consider the previous actions of your opponents.
    • Have there been tricks?
    • Have there been mistakes?
    • Have there been big wins?
    • Have there been big losses?
  18. Consider the stack sizes of your opponents.
    • How do they compare to each other?
    • How do they compare to you?
  19. Consider how they are playing their stack.
    • Cautiously?
    • Recklessly?
    • Arrogantly?
    • Desperately?
  20. Consider all possible moves and plays.
    • Is there a move or play that can win this pot?
    • Even though the above is not an exhaustive list, it is comprehensive enough to illustrate the large volume of information required for making informed decisions.

To quickly and accurately process so much information for each hand, is clearly a daunting task. Consequently, a player must have:

  • The experience and knowledge to recognize which considerations are relevant to the situation,
  • The ability to evaluate that information, and
  • The good judgment to formulate a correct course of action.

Fortunately, the speed and accuracy required for decision making in a sit n go is a learned skill. And, with a great deal of experience and study, much of the process will become intuitive.

Here are ten tips for improving your decision making that can apply to any form of on-line poker:

1. Many players, including myself, have distilled from the above considerations a few key questions and imperatives. We ask ourselves the questions during the course of a hand. The answers help guide our actions. And, we challenge ourselves with the imperatives.

2. When we find ourselves weak in an area of play, we will change our questions and imperatives accordingly. In this fashion, we are constantly analyzing and working to improve our decision making process.

3. Oftentimes, we make sticky notes to ourselves to attach to our monitors. During the heat of battle, the visual reminders prod us towards the correct decision.

4. Hand charts, odds charts, M factors, and other important decision making tools are printed, laminated, and kept close at hand for easy reference.

5. Many players also subscribe to tracking and tournament software to gain additional insight to aid their decision making.

6. If you are making good decisions, you will likely be mucking your cards most of the time. But, don’t let your muck be the end of your interest in the hand. Continue to follow the action. This is an excellent time to observe your opponents, study their showdown hands, make player notes, and use this new information to correctly play the next hand.

7. Always take as much time as you need, or is allowed, to reach your decision. Never react spontaneously.

8. Always hesitate before finally committing your chips. Use that last moment to re-evaluate your decision. Some players count to three before clicking their decision.

9. When the tournament is over, print a copy of the tournament hand history. Review and annotate your decisions, and the decisions of your opponents. Identify and learn from your mistakes. Learn to understand how an opponent thinks.

10. Seek the help of others. Use the poker forums to sound out your problems. The members and moderators are more than willing to share their expertize.

Remember that in the final analysis, it is your decisions, and only your decisions that matter. In fact, the ultimate goal of every player in any form of poker is quite unsophisticated. Contrary to what you might think, the goal is not to win the hand, nor to win the tournament.

The goal is to merely make one good decision at a time. Hand after hand after hand.

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