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Tuesday, June 20, 2006 

Winning Online Multi Table Tournaments - Preface

Winning Online Multi Table Tournaments
By: Adam LaBare

Preface

Everyone has a theory and a strategy when it comes to Multi Table Tournaments online, yet few have any level of success that can be considered consistent. People are quick to declare themselves a winning online poker player, yet few can back that up with any data. Here’s the deal, I don’t claim to be an expert. I consider myself an ever evolving student of the game. However, I have had my fair share of success with online tournaments and thought what the hell, let’s start writing about it and see where it takes me. If you, the reader can take even a small nugget of wisdom with you then I have accomplished my task.

First and foremost, I am human. I experience the same peaks and valleys most poker players endure. Over the years, my variances have been severe but with focus and determination, those variances have decreased a great deal. I mentioned having the data to back up ones ability. If you play poker online and are serious about it, I suspect that by now you have utilized one of the many database services available online. Such services allow you to search for players and obtain their wins/losses over time. If you want to do a little research, my screen name is JvilleWhip on most sites. While I’ve not made millions, I think I’ve done alright…and it’s only getting better.

Also, this several part article will not focus solely on how to play certain cards and when. There are so many other important factors to your online success and I will try to cover what is important to me in a thorough manner. My methods are certainly not a guaranteed road map, and you certainly don’t have to agree with them. But what works for me, very well may work for others. So, with that…enjoy.

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