Does anyone know about re-entry tournaments? I'm thinking of playing one in the wsop circuit that's going around and I don't really understand the difference.
There is an Event 2A, then an Event 2B on the following day, and then day 3 after that. So I'm guessing if I bust out of Event 2A, I can play 2B the next day. Unlike a rebuy, where you can just buy back in immediately. Do the people that DIDN'T bust out of 2A also play 2B or do they just wait for day 3?
Also, what are the best strategies for playing this type of tournament?
I'm thinking this type of tournament would be good for my aggressive style as I'd have a safety next to get back in if I went too crazy....but is uberaggressive the best mode for this tournament?
I know NOTHING and I need to know EVERYTHING. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Spank you very much.
And since I'm asking questions - an interesting situation came up during my league finale game. They were down to 3 peeps, two shorties and a big stack. Let's say prizes were 1K, 600 and 200 for third. One of the shorties wanted a deal that whoever wound up 2nd and 3rd they'd split 2nd and 3rd prize for 400each. The chipleader woudn't agree to this. Then the 2 shorties said they'd agree to it among themselves regardless of what the chipleader thought - assuming the 2 shorties didnt win, obv. Can they make that sort of agreement, without all 3 being in agreement? They DID. I just wonder if such an agreement would be kosher in a real poker room.
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