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Strategy : No Limit. Short Stack Strategy (SSS) – The Basics. How does the SSS work?. When does the strategy work? Only join a table with at least seven players. As soon as you have less than seven opponents you should leave the table.

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Strategy: No Limit

Short StackStrategy (SSS) – The Basics

• When does the strategy work?

• Only join a table with at least seven players.

• As soon as you have less than seven opponents you should leave the table.

• If more than two of your opponents are using the SSS you should also leave the table.

• Bankroll management determines…

• …the minimum amount of money you need to play at a particular limit.

• …how much money you take to a table.

• …when to buy more chips, as soon as your chip stack has dropped below a particular level.

• …the amount of profit you can make before you should leave the table.

• Overview

• Examples

• You start at NL10 withyourstartingcapital.

• As soon as you‘veearned \$120, youcanmove up to NL20.

• Ifyoujoin a NL10 table, thenalwaysmake a buy-in of \$2. Ifyourchipstackdrops to below \$1.50, thenyoushouldbuymorechips. Ifyouhavemorethan \$2.50, leavethetable.

• When to enter the game

• Wait until the big blind gets around to you before placing your bet.

• Most providers’ software have a “Wait for Big Blind” option that you can use.

• To recap:

• You need to have at least seven opponents at the table.

• You start off with \$50+\$100 starting capital at NL10.

• How much money you need to make a buy-in at a table, when to buy more chips and when to leave the table again.

• Never post the big blind out of turn, just so that you can enter the game earlier.