What's the deal with rebuy tournaments? Is there a chance to win big?
any different from a regular Texas holdem tournament?
It is possible to win big in a Texas
holdem rebuy tournament. To understand how to win big in a rebuy
it is essential to examine the structure of the rebuy. For example, say
tournament has a $1,000 buy-in. In this scenario, let's say 1000 players
This would put the prize pool at $100,000, of which 100 players would
Now, in a rebuy tournament with the same amount of players, the prize
begin at $100,000, but due to rebuys, it will increase dramatically.
if 1000 players each re-bought three times, the prize pool will increase
$100,000 to $400,000. That's a significant increase. The best way to
of winning big in a rebuy is obviously to last until the end.
There are two ways to win big in a rebuy. One, spend the least amount of
and last in the tournament. Playing a tight game can do this. To last in
tournaments without coughing up more dough, you have to be patient
the aggressive players go batty and then take advantage of their
In other words, only play monster hands. It shouldn't take long to see
aggressive players are. By reading the other players, you can use a
strategy to increase your chip stack and last in the rebuy tournament.
the prize pool increases, and you're still in the event on the least
of rebuys, you're already getting better odds for your money. However,
tight in a rebuy tournament is risky because the very nature of a rebuy
is to be aggressive.
The other way to win big in a rebuy is to keep rebuying. If you're not
to take chances, and you have the bankroll to back you up, you can last.
more chances you take, the more chances you have to increase your chip
However, be aware that it might cost you. Still, it is a comforting
to have a do-over in a no-limit tournament. That's what a rebuy
a do-over. With an unlimited number of do-overs, there is a great chance
winning big in a rebuy tournament.
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