Help me cash in the main event of the WSOP
Category: Sports and Recreation > Games
Asked by: tony_lepatata-ga
List Price: $20.00
01 Jun 2006 14:59 PDT
Expires: 01 Jul 2006 14:59 PDT
Question ID: 734529
I recently won an $11,000 prize package on Party Poker. It was a $215 buyin with 137 entrants where the top two would win the package. I finished 1st and won 7 free nights at the Rio in Las Vegas, $1,000 in cash, and a buyin to the main event worth $10,000. I am very excited for the main event. As a 21 year old college student, I wouldn't mind having an extra couple hundred thousand (at least) assuming I go very far in the tournament. My questions are: I need as much information as possible on potential players, estimated amount of total buyins, blind levels, even good places to eat nearby the Rio. I also feel like as much information you could give on the subject of focusing and keeping concentration over a 12 hour period of straight poker, over several days. It would be great also to have a list with two headings: good poker habits (good decision making skills, taking time on each decsion, avoiding giving out tells) and bad habits as well such as going all in to steal the blinds. The longer the list the better. It would be even better if you could give make a timeline of the tournament including the estimated number of players left based on hours or days played and also the average stack at the point during the tournament. Basically, as much information as I can get and use to help my chances of cashing in the main event of the WSOP (without actually playing and practicing). It was really cool to win the $11,000 package, but coming home with stacks of green would be even better. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Help me cash in the main event of the WSOP
From: r_a_t_t_y-ga on 01 Jun 2006 15:28 PDT
Hi If you want a good list of tactics, etc. Have a look at the Poker Tips web site. The link for tips is: * http://www.pokertips.org/strategy/strategy.php Also Poker Strategy (look in the Poker Strategy menu). * http://www.poker-strategy.org/ And there is a good set of articles in: * http://uk.askmen.com/poker/poker_tips/index.html There's loads of good stuff there. I know there are people who will tell you there is no real substitute for playing, playing and more playing - but there are times when this is not possible. If you have limited time to practice, or no real opponents, try out being able to play a game exactly the same whether you have pocker aces or a 5-4 off suit. Often your body language (or responses to people asking you a question) will give away almost as much as turning your cards face up. I'll leave it to others to cover the other parts of your question. Good luck, and if you win $1 million, you owe me a pint! I hope these links would help you. Please ask for a clarification if you have a question or if you would need further information. Regards, R_a_t_t_y-ga Google Answers Account Holder No tip expected. We do it because we want to help. If you want to thank us, either post a comment or just answer someone else's question.
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