Deep stack tournaments are tournaments where players start with a larger than usual amount of chips, usually 100 big blinds at Everygame Poker. Here are some strategies that can be helpful for deep stack tournaments:

  • Play tight early on - In deep stack tournaments, you have more chips to work with, so there's no need to take unnecessary risks early on. Play tight and focus on building your stack slowly.

  • Take advantage of your stack size - As the tournament progresses, you can start to take advantage of your deep stack by playing more hands and putting pressure on your opponents. Look for opportunities to make big bets and put your opponents to the test.

  • Play position - Playing position is always important in poker, but it's especially important in deep stack tournaments where you have more chips to work with. Look for opportunities to play in position and take advantage of your opponents' mistakes.

  • Be aware of stack sizes - In deep stack tournaments, stack sizes can vary widely, so it's important to be aware of the stack sizes at your table and adjust your play accordingly. Be especially cautious when playing against short stacks, as they may be more willing to take risks in order to double up. With our latest software update, you can now view the big blinds instead of the chip stack. Simply hover over your avatar and left-click to change the display. (see here for more information)

  • Be patient - Deep stack tournaments can last a long time, so it's important to be patient and not get too caught up in the moment. Remember that there will be plenty of opportunities to make moves later on in the tournament.

  • Avoid being too results-oriented - In deep stack tournaments, it's important to focus on making good decisions and not get too caught up in the results of individual hands. Remember that poker is a game of skill, and over the long run, making good decisions will lead to success.

These are just a few strategies that can be helpful for deep stack tournaments. Remember, every tournament is different, and you will need to adjust your strategy based on the specific dynamics of the tournament and your opponents. Good luck at the tables!