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Then it took two hours of play before another player left the table. As for Tsang, he maintained a middle-stack position throughout the first two days of the three-day tournament. Gurtovoy bet 3,, and Tsang called. This meant that two of the eight finalist left the event without a payout. The event was promoted as an invitational one that would feature only recreational players.
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Almost all of the players wore their Sunday best and were introduced officially on a specially designed stage before cards were thrown in the air. Eventually, it was Elton Tsang, originally from Canada but now residing in Hong Kong, who emerged as the big winner. As for Tsang, he maintained a middle-stack position throughout the first two days of the three-day tournament. The event was promoted as an invitational one that would feature only recreational players.
It turned out, however, that there were several active poker pros among the entries. This meant that two of the eight finalist left the event without a payout. The first elimination for the day occurred quite quickly. Then it took two hours of play before another player left the table. Brandon Steven became the bubble boy, or the last tournament entry to leave without a payout.
It took several more hours of play before the names of the two heads-up opponents became clear. Tsang faced Anatoly Gurtovoy for a final duel that would determine the big champion. When heads-up kicked off, the eventual winner had almost two times more chips than his last remaining opponent. Gurtovoy never managed to improve his position, despite his efforts. The two players battled it out for 45 hands.
Hand was the last one played. Gurtovoy bet 3,, and Tsang called. The board ran out [Qc][3c][4c]. The players checked to see the [2h] coming on the turn. Gurtovoy moved all in after giving it a few moments of thought. The [Jc] appeared on the river, securing Tsang with a flush, the final pot, and the victory.
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Playing Your Position 1 Know what your position at the table means. But, if one person deals all the time, then the button-position will rotate the table over time, otherwise the dealer job passes around.
Players in early betting positions are the weakest as they have the least amount of information to go on. However, there is a bit of a balancing out for the first round if you are either the big or small blind, as you have a bet already on the table. Narrowing the field means eliminating the other players for the hand.
Instead, try a strategy where you make smaller early bets to see some action before you try to over bet for other players to fold on the flop or turn to tell them you drew something. Regardless of where you are positioned, your hand will indicate how you should proceed. Pairs are often your option and the higher the pair the better off you are. Also look to see if your cards are of the same suit because suited cards give you a hopeful chance by allowing for drawing a flush.
If you are in an earlier position you do have the benefit of being able to call the minimum and then waiting to see how other players handle the betting around the table. Chances are other players will make moves that indicate where the competition is going. When you are later to act in a round of betting you are at a great advantage. You can play marginal hands by betting when they check before you act. You can also re-raise players who bluff too often so that you don't believe they are betting good hands.
Sometimes you just get a weak hand in an early position. Try not to fold before the flop unless a player is betting extremely large and you have a bad hand like a two and six. Method Reading Your Opponents 1 Read the table and the players. Reads are a very important part of poker. Practice putting your opponent on hands, meaning making educated guesses as to what his cards are, and profiling what type of player he is based on the hands he plays and how he plays them.