Much of the popularity of Texas Hold'em recently is based on televised Texas Hold'em Tournaments. If you've followed the Cage Food Chain Theory of regular game play, you will be happy to know that Tournament play progresses in a very familiar fashion - from 'fish' to 'barracuda' to 'shark' as the betting limits increase.
In the beginning, the rule is to play very conservatively. Play very tight Fish level rules. Some players become very reckless in the beginning of tournaments, feeling they need to build their stack. This is completely wrong. A very conservative style will keep you alive longer.
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