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Andres covers how to decide how many tables to be playing in part 3 in his series of getting started in MTTs.
I'm only a little bit into this video but I have watched the previous two and wanted to say that I'm really enoying the series so far. I would love for you to continue with this series.
As a cash game player I'm very interested in learning how to play tournaments solidly, from the ground up. Given the original nature of this site (mainly for cash-game players) I believe that most people don't struggle as much with post-flop play as with pre-flop play, especially at lower stack sizes. I would really like for you to explain some basics regarding which opening ranges to use, which 3-betting (shoving, 3-bet/folding, 3-bet/calling/4-betting) ranges to use, and so on.
Basically, I would really like it if you continued this series and ventured into the basic tournament strategy more. What do you think about when you play tournaments? How does the changes in blind levels change your strategy? What are some default and solid ranges for all positions given various stack sizes? How would you teach a cash game player with little knowledge of tournament strategy how to play tournaments? How do you play them well? And so on.
So far I've really enjoyed your advice and you're already shown me a lot of things that no other tournament videos have shown, such as the differences in variance between large and small fields, some tools to use, how to schedule your sessions, and so on. Keep going with this! Teach us how to play tournaments!
Thank you for the videos so far!
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