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Playing in Online Poker Tournaments takes a certain amount of discipline. You must make certain moves to preserve your chips and reach the final table. No one wants to be the "bubble" and be eliminated from a poker tournament just before the money position. You have to change your play strategy at particular junctures in an online poker tournament so you can cash out and increase your bankroll.
Online poker tournaments have structure. The first period of time is from the start of the tournament until the first break. There are several opportunities available to a player in the early rounds of a poker tournament. Limp in on as many hands as possible. See the flop when the blinds are low and you can afford it. Play your mid-level hands more aggressively in the early rounds. This is especially true in re buy tournaments. Players are more likely to call raises and all ins in a re buy structured tournament. When you do get a superior hand, go all in to avoid suck outs. A player with a mediocre hand may call an average raise, but is more unlikely to call your raise as the risk to their chip stack increases. If the tournament structure offers add one to players, definitely take advantage of this chip bonus. Always add on at the end of the first period of play if given the opportunity. These chips will come in handy for the next time period of the poker tournament.
The second period of time in a poker tournament is from the end of the first break until the second break. During this time period, play your hands much more conservatively. The blinds have increased significantly from the early stage of the tournament and it is getting expensive to call. Only play superior hands during this period of the tournament. Be aggressive when you do get a solid poker hand to eliminate a mediocre hand calling you. Let the other players in the tournament eliminate one another and watch closely to the style of play at your table. Although you may be moved from table to table in a poker tournament, you will gain valuable information about your opponents simply by watching how they bet. Keep notes on other players. You may not see the player again until the final table and will have forgotten valuable information on the player. You can always refer to your player notes at any time of the tournament to get updated on another player’s style of play.