No there is a lot less risk with a big stack, you can make moves and not go broke on one hand. Best players do not go all in preflop with 50 big blinds, they play the flop turn and river.ladymucky wrote: ↑December 4th, 2019, 4:27 pmI get why Simon wouldn't understand but TBH quite surprised at you.
The short answer is - style of play.
Good players cash only 15 to 20% of large field tournaments -Better players maybe even less.
To win big you have to UNDERSTAND busting out is part of the game.
Good players will accumulate a lot of chips to win the tournament ... with that comes more risk ... so this makes the best players favourites to bust more often. But the long game is that in these risks comes the much larger payouts many times their buy-in and covers the tournaments they don't cash in.
Ok so bad players don't accumulate a lot of chips, so how do they win then? What total stupidity is this? You are aware it is the player with all the chips at the end who is the winner?
Angie this is so totally ridiculous, you really have zero clue. You wont look at any training as your brain wont allow it that is fine, yet you think you know about high level poker? You seriously have no idea, and never will.
I mean wtf is good players ITM 15-20%, but better players even less. Then they are NOT better players, it is just the most stupid comment ever.