Push/Fold Tips for Bounty Tournaments [PKO Strategy]

If you want to make more profitable push/fold decisions in bounty/PKO tournaments, this is the poker tutorial video for you!

In this video, you’ll learn why and how you need to change your shoving ranges in bounty tournaments compared with regular tournaments.

It folds to you in the Cut Off with 11bb and pocket twos. Do you shove or do you fold?

This video explores three different scenarios:

1. Chip EV
2. When you have one bounty
3. When you have three bounties

and discusses why and how you should adjust your shoving ranges.

There is no denying that PKOs and bounty tournaments such as the Gladiator on PartyPoker or the Bounty Builder $22 on PokerStars are becoming more and more popular. This video tackles one of the common misconceptions and perhaps counter-intuitive concepts that will help you make more profitable decisions at the table and avoid punting in the future.

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Gareth James is a professional poker player and coach, specialising in tournament poker, tournament mathematics and ICM. In 2016, he worked with Matt Berkey (Solve For Why, Results May Vary Vlogumentary) before and during the $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl, focusing on ICM. He has also coached many MTT grinders who have final tabled, won and chopped various tournaments on PokerStars and PartyPoker including The Sunday Million and The Super Tuesday.

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