Thread: SNG vs MTT
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Old Jan 23, 2016, 3:07am   #5
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Originally Posted by MiniKings View Post
Should you play an mtt like the start of a full table SNG? I see some people playing very loose and they build big stacks but when I do that I bust out.
well, there are two things to consider here.

firstly, you remember the guy who plays loose and builds a huge stack. you don't remember the dozen or so guys who played loose and busted.

secondly, that guy who played loose and built a big stack may well have done so with an above average run of cards; he may not actually be playing as loose as you perceive him to be.

thirdly, there is a difference between simply playing a lot of hands, and being prepared to embrace marginally +EV situations.

i am aware that those are three things. it's one of those buy two get one free supermarket offers.

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