Whether your summer has been full of riches and glory or not, the newest module in the Upswing Lab is a great way to get back into prime MTT shape. (Scroll down for a sneak peak from the module!)
In his module Tournament Crash Course, Upswing Coach Tim Jenkins breaks down his main areas of study when preparing for WSOP, highlighting important key principles that may be missing from your MTT game.
What’s Inside The New Module:
Tournament Crash Course is bursting with valuable strategies and takeaways, as Tim breaks down common tournament scenarios that you’ll face in every tournament you play. Learn what hands to 3-bet bluff preflop, how to avoid ICM disaster, recognizing profitable postflop lines, and much more. Here’s a quick preview of some of the topics covered.
Module length: 2 hours and 16 minutes
- Raise First In
How well do you know your open raise strategies at 20bb? How about calling a raise at 50bb effective? In the first couple videos in his module, Tim uses elite preflop ranges provided in Upswing’s newest course Road to Victory to show baseline open and flatting ranges. He does a great job of highlighting broad takeaways and concepts, encouraging you to do more than just memorize ranges.
- Blind Vs Blind
Did you know that at 100bb stacks you should be open limping most of your range in the Small Blind? In this crucial section of the module, Tim highlights common mistakes and exploits as well as theory when playing blind versus blind in tournaments.
- ICM Situations
Understanding ICM is a crucial factor in tournaments. In this 5 part section, Tim breaks down common ICM scenarios and shows you what adjustments you can make to exploit inevitable ICM errors from your opponents. (Scroll down for a preview of this section!)
- Single Raised Pots
Moving on to postflop play, Tim uses solver sims to show you baseline optimal play, then makes the solvers make sense, giving you practical takeaways that you can implement throughout the tournament. You’ll want to watch this module to the end!
Sneak Peak Video
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much does the module cost, and what do I get?
This module is free with an Upswing Lab Subscription ($99/month), and has over 3 hours of content covering how to utilize your range and nut advantage to put maximum pressure on your opponents.
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