Sit-n-Go No Limit System – Core Rules

Welcome to the Sit-n-Go No Limit System – Core Rules. By the time you are done with this strategy guide, you should have a solid understanding of the system we use to crush online sit-n-go’s. Through this system and all follow on systems, remember these key things – that poker is a game of luck, skill and above all DISCIPLINE and knowledge. The project of producing a winning and simple Holde’m system is no easy task. The amount of time and money spent perfecting this system is vast and the knowledge it represents is provided at an extremely low price. Marketed through various means, this manual is a guide for the “aspiring to be profitable” poker player.

Allow me to introduce you to the flow of this manual. Initially some basic poker wisdom is shared, next a general introduction to Sit-n-Gos is revealed, then we go through the key stages of sit-n-go tournaments and finally the advanced concepts of our sit-n-go system. If you are entirely new to Texas Holde’m, get a basic understanding of the game and betting sequences before tackling this system (Intro to Poker). We also recommend if you are new to start with the Limit system we offer. The sit-n-go’s are No Limit and while this system provides the information you need to win, it helps and will make it easier to learn if you already are familiar with hands, hand sequences, potential threats, etc.

I would recommend reading the entire manual before starting to play. You must be able to understand the key concepts involved in sit-n-gos. This includes the early, middle and late stages, the in the money stage and all other concepts in the advanced section. Furthermore, initially you should play one table at a time at the play limit tables, until you are comfortable with the strange situations that can occur and how the system instructs you to deal with them. As you get more comfortable, start adding tourneys. If you have never played 3-4 tourneys at once, things happen fast. You must use the check/fold buttons, raise any, etc. As hands are dealt, if you see they don’t meet the betting requirements, simply check the fold box and look at the next hand being dealt at the next table. As soon as you are in a hand, you’ll have some time to look at the table and see what’s going on. As you start getting a solid feel for the system, then we recommend playing one table with real money. As you start getting used to the play on real money as opposed to play money you can start adding tables.

If there are things in the manual that are unclear, simply email me and I will respond as soon as possible. Also, the results of this system are great, however, why limit ourselves to these great gains only. If you have ideas on better ways to handle different situations, email me and we can discuss your ideas. I do not wish to come off as some arrogant “know it all” concerning poker. I have played for quite some time now and am very studied in poker, however part of being a winning poker player is knowing when your wrong or when there is a better way of doing something and then adjusting. To think that this system is at its most maximized potential would be foolish, THERE IS ALWAYS ROOM TO IMPROVE (in all things). So, with your questions, theories or problems, simply email me and I’ll get back with you as soon as possible.

Again, good luck in these things, and may you reap success in all you do.

Don’t Play When…

Poker is a fun game, it can also be profitable (only about 10% of all players actually are however). There are also some negatives about poker. For one, it can cause harm to a family and be the source of many arguments if not properly kept in check. If poker is a problem for you please do not play. Simply forget that poker exists and move on with playing video games or hanging out with your family. If you need help with this, please email me and I will attempt to help wherever I can. Other don’ts:

Don’t play with money you can’t loose.
Don’t play because you are losing and want to make it back. Always recognize the weakness of your hand.
Always be looking for a reason to fold.
Family ALWAYS has priority.

What is the Sit-n-Go No Limit System?

The system involves numerous concepts that must be understood in order for it to be effective. The WASP system is designed to be simple to follow, algorithmic in nature- that is, a robot could play it, and to be profitable. The system can look complex at first examination however after understanding the flow and the why’s of the system, playing it should come natural.

The following steps are taken when implementing this system: 1. Sit-n-Go Theory
2. Sit-n-Go Terms
3. Overview of our system

4. Phase I “Core Rules”
5. Phase II “The Bubble”
6. Phase III “In The Money” 7. Closing Comments

My Results

The results seen on www.systematicpoker.com were played at all hours of the day. We started playing the $10+1 early on and as we refined our system, started moving up in levels. Overall, we noticed that play between $10 and $30 sit-n-gos (SNG) doesn’t change much. It is true that people play tighter on the bubble and in late stages are generally better, however there really isn’t that much difference. We recommend playin the $5+1 or $10 + 1 until you have a long term ROI (return on investment) of over 20% and are ITM (in the money) at least 37-40%.

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