BlogNews Weekly: Learn from the Pros and Vote for the Final MTOPS Event
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Watch and Learn from Randy "nanonoko" Lew
The World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) at PokerStars wrapped up on Monday with many players skyrocketing their bankrolls. If you didn't score big this time around, there is still something you can take from it just by studying your hands and the hands of more experienced players.
PokerStars Team Pro Randy "nanonoko" Lew recorded an entire WCOOP event and shared his thought process to share with the poker community. You can check out Lew's 90-minute analysis in two videos on the PokerStars blog titled, Watch and learn as 'nanonoko' plays WCOOP Event #48.
Can you really afford not to get free tips from one of the best poker professionals in the game? Head to the PokerStars blog to watch and learn from PokerStars Team Pro Randy "nanonoko" Lew.
Vote for Your Favourite MTOPS event
Full Tilt Poker's Micro Turbo Online Poker Series (MTOPS) features 60 multi-entry turbo events from Oct. 12 until Oct. 26. Almost all of the events on the schedule are set in stone, but Full Tilt Poker is allowing you and every other Full Tilt player to vote on what the final event will be in a blogpost titled, Vote for your favorite MyMTOPS Event.
There are 10 choices to vote from including a 6-max fixed limit hold'em shootout event, an 8-game heads up event and a no-limit Omaha h/l event.
Just by voting you will also have a chance to win a MTOPS Main Event ticket and a $50 tournament ticket package in a special drawing after all the votes are submitted.
Voting ends on Oct. 5, so hurry up and vote on the Full Tilt Poker blog for your favorite event today.
How to Approach Deep Stacked Live Events
The £1 million guaranteed WPT 500 at Dusk Till Dawn is just around the corner, taking place from Nov. 11 until Nov. 16.
Team partypoker member Scott Baumstein gives his advice how to tackle this event on a partypoker blog titled, Scott Baumstein Of #Teampartypoker Gives Us His Advice For Taking On The WPT 500 At DTD.
Baumstein recommends sitting back and hoping for monster hands early before taking a tight-aggressive (TAG) approach in later stages.
Check out the partypoker blog to learn more how to tackle deep stacked live events.