How To Run DEEP In BIG Poker Tournaments!

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In this poker strategy video PokerCoaching coach Aram Zobian walks you through exactly how to run deep in big poker tournaments.

Aram Zobian is no stranger to running deep in big poker tournaments as he made the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table taking 6th place for $1,800,000!

He talks about what exploits he uses in poker tournaments against particular opponents and discusses that when he has two passive players on his left he will start raising 100% from the button as he expects to only ever face a 3-bet when they have strong value hands.

He discusses that you should consider how your range would play on each street rather than just playing your specific hand. This is an important concept that takes poker players from losing to winning players.

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How To Run DEEP In BIG Poker Tournaments!

8 thoughts on “How To Run DEEP In BIG Poker Tournaments!

  1. What is the best place you have finished in a live tournament that has over 1,000 runners?

  2. This is the 1st episode in the series. Very good insights on his thought process. πŸ‘ I am on the 3rd episode now.

  3. I would guess the 3betting range should be pretty strong KK+, AKs, some percentage of blocker hands like ATo, KQo … maybe some percentage of a suited connector like JTs.

  4. So you can run deep when you have people calling all ins with top pair third Kicker. Good to know!

  5. pocket 10s+, AJs+, he's raising 1/3 of this stack oop preflop, yes he could be trying to steal, but don't think he's not seeing the river or folding

  6. I think KQ in the last hand is probably a reasonable bet 3-way but there's no universe in which you shove KQ on the turn into a range that x/r flop multiway and then double barrels turn,

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