Poker Strategy – Sit and Go Shark

I have to admit that I am obsessed by sharks, andarcologies of poker games. I know you are probably just as crazy about poker, and if you are thinking about getting into a tournament or a sit and go game, I guess you’re wondering what the best poker strategy is.

Well, sit and go Shark is the best poker strategy I’ve ever stumbled upon. I say accidentally because it is not a great poker system or strategy, but sit and go Shark is the easiest way to win a poker tournament.

It is based on a poker book called Super System which is written by Doyle Brunson. If you don’t know who Doyle Brunson is, he is one of the best poker players in the world. He has won over 1 million dollars in tournaments. He also has an easier to understand poker system called Super System 2 which he claims will be better than his first system.

It only takes about 15 minutes to learn, and while you will definitely need to play a lot of poker to win a tournament, it will only require you around 30 minutes a day to implement the system.

What I didn’t like about playing Super System 2 is that the system is a little more complicated and requires you to play a lot more hands than the original Super System. However, when I first read about it, I thought that it was a great card counting system that was easy to pick up.

If you are like me, you will probably find the original Super System easy to pick up and understand, but if you are like me, you will want to learn this system whether or not you are going to play the land-based tournaments. Plus, you can risk money and still have an effect on poker in the process.

The strategy that sit and go Shark is based on is a super simple one. You are going to bet $1 on the big blind. No limit will be the default starting hands, but you can play very tight if you want to. You will call the big blind bet in the small blind. When you hit a pair, you bet $2 on the big blind. The strategy is that you will continue to bet $1 on the big blind until you have aces or kings. Once you have those two, you will check to your opponent and make a 3xbb pre-flop raise. Your opponent will usually bet the flop, but sometimes he will call off his own stack.

Once your opponent calls off his stack, you will check and your opponent will bet the flop. If your opponent raised, you will call to keep the pot odds nice and juicy. Once the flop comes out and your opponent checks, you will make a continuation bet and your opponent will either fold or re-raise you. You will then call or raise again. If your opponent checks the third time, you can bet again and your opponent will either fold or re-raise you. You will continue this same strategy on the fourth bet and fifth bet as well, until your opponent either folds or calls.

This is the essence of the sit and go poker strategy. Get aces or kings and try to make a big pre-flop raise. If you get re-raised in the pre-flop, just fold. If you are called, you will either have to throw away your hand or continue betting if your hand has not improved or it is time to move to a new table. You want to extract the maximum number of chips from your opponents. This will become easier as you get in more games because less experienced players tend to call more and give you more opportunities to take advantage of them.