Welcome to This Week in RecPoker (TWIRP)! All times are Central Standard Time. NEWEST STUFF. Click HERE to listen to our latest podcast, we chatted with the wonderful Dara O’Kearney as we focused on satellite strategy. For members, we just released our four-hour seminar on the importance and foundations of position and stack sizes.
In Poker Satellite Strategy professional poker player Dara O’Kearney gives you a framework for how to approach every stage of a satellite tournament, from the early levels right up to the bubble. This book takes the stress and uncertainty out of satellites. You will learn: Adjustments you need to make from regular poker tournament strategy.
This is a discussion on Dara O'Kearney (Satellite Specialist) - Ask Me Anything about satellites and MTTs within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; Hi Cardschat, I am Dara O.
In Poker Satellite Strategy professional poker player Dara O’Kearney gives you a framework for how to approach every stage of a satellite t The best way for small stakes poker players to earn life-changing amounts of money is to win a satellite into a bigger tournament.
Satellite Poker Tournament Strategy. Satellite tournaments require a slightly different set of skills than your average tournament. Since you are only battling for what is typically a min cash, you don’t need to worry about building a massive stack and beating the entire field. For all intents and purposes, 10% of the field (or whatever percentage gets paid) will finish in first place. This.
My chapter in Poker Satellite Strategy. This is an excerpt from the Mental Game chapter of Poker Satellite Strategy by Dara O’Kearney and Barry Carter (with guest insights from yours truly). There is nothing more brutal in poker than a satellite bubble. Over the years I have had to do a lot of mental health counselling with students who play.
Satellite Tournaments are a huge part of the online poker tournament scene. Famous pros, like Chris Moneymaker, have built their rolls from satellite tournaments. These types of tourneys have small buy-ins that give out entries (instead of cash) to bigger, higher buy-in events. In some instances, there can be several “steps” of satellites to get entry into the target tournament.