Super Deepstack tournaments include large starting stacks with very deep player-friendly structures. What changes does a poker player have to make when the blind levels are low, and you start with a massive chip stack? Should you be playing more aggressively, or error towards the conservative side? Do you change your betting amounts because you have so many chips to start?
The Overlay gives their top three tips for super deepstack tournament play.
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