The concept of a tight-aggressive poker strategy is simple: play very few hands, but play them aggressively.
Heads-up poker is sheer one-on-one competition.
Want to experience the excitement (and heartbreak) of poker tournaments without the huge time commitment?
Poker used to be easy.
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When Multi Table Tournaments Brought the Fun Back
Having recently given up poker as my full-time profession to focus on writing, coaching and growing my own poker strategy site, I have felt my love for MTTs – which had faded over the years due to the extreme time-commitment required – return in a way I hadn’t experienced in quite some time.
This guy is a very mad bro.
Let’s examine the different player types we’ll meet at the tables, as well as look at some basic heads-up strategy that we can employ against each one.
In the first part of our introduction to Heads-Up Hyper-Turbos (HUHT) we outlined the pros and cons of this format and dispelled its two most common myths, being a luck-based or all-in preflop game.
Even if you’re married to cash games and tournaments, it’s hard not to fall a little bit in love with Heads Up Hyper Turbo (HUHT) Sit & Gos every now and again.