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So the common logic is to say these play like sit and goes, since they in effect are a series of single tables played to completion each time. Generally players will often play a bit tighter than optimal at the later stages as well… a combination of an ICM mentality bore of out of regular SNG play, and lack of experience playing short handed ranges. General consensus on strategy for shootout tournaments is to play aggressively, and press small edges. Being comfortable playing heads up will be very beneficial to your long term success in shootout tournaments. And heads up practice should go without saying. Share your comments below!{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The starting stacks will be deeper and the blind escalation slower than a typical 9 player sng. The biggest pay jump in a tournament is from 2 nd to 1 st. So is there anything you can do to formally prepare for this format? How wide are players opening, or flatting opens? I think there is. There is no table balancing in shootouts… in this format, each table plays down to an individual winner. I think it makes some sense to err on the side of caution early however, playing a bit tighter. The biggest edges will be shorthanded and heads up, as many of your foes will be regular tournament players who have a fair bit of experience playing handed but distinctively lack experience playing from 5 handed on down to heads up. The beauty of this practice is, as a tournament player, it will benefit your over all game. There is a distinct difference however. Once the table is short, say 5 or 6 handed and beyond, is the time to be taking aggressive postures and press your small edges. In conjunction with a slightly more conservative early stage strategy, you will often find yourself at this stage with either a nice stack if things went well, or at least a tight image that you can exploit for some extra fold equity. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. All this favors the more aggressive player who is pressing edges and playing to win. Join us on our Discord channel. If you get some good hands and good situations, you may capitalize on those to accumulate some chips. Once all tables have a winner, those winners combine to new tables for the next round of play, where they again play down to a single winner, and the process repeats until the tournament is over. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}In a regular tournament as players bust, other players are moved to balance tables, and tables break down as the field size reduces, to keep the tables full and balanced. First place advances to the next round, and second place goes home. Do you like shootout tournaments?