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Best low stake tournament

Discussion in 'The Poker Room' started by cartoonp, Feb 3, 2014.

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  1. cartoonp

    cartoonp Low-Roller

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    On the strip where do you think the best low stake torments are please as I am thinking of playing a few while there in May

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. TRN

    TRN High-Roller

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    What's "Low Stake" mean to you? This will help us offer up a good answer. General rule of thumb, the lower the buy in, the less the starting stack and worse the blind structures (they get more and more turbo in nature, the less you would buy in for, as a rule of thumb).
     
  3. cartoonp

    cartoonp Low-Roller

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    sorry should have said 40 ton 80 buy in
     
  4. Crooklyn

    Crooklyn Tourist

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    I like the mirage for little tournaments. 50-100 buy ins
     
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    cartoonp Low-Roller

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    thank you :beer::beer:
     
  6. KR_5150

    KR_5150 Tourist

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    Quad/Mirage

    For the really low level buy-ins I like the Quad's $30 tourneys. ABC poker will keep you in it for awhile until the blinds get so high you just have to take a couple flyers.

    In the $50 range, I liked the 2PM Turbo at the Mirage. Players are a step up from The Quad, but not much. You get a bit more time out of this one for a bit more$.
     
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