Grand Tour is a fast-paced, action-packed game that will certainly increase your heart rate as you sprint through the stops collecting bounties.
But how about increasing your win rate?
PokerStars School can help you with that.
- Grand Tour Strategy: How to win a $12 sprint
- New strategy videos: EPT Mini session review (all five parts)
- More from PokerStars School
Grand Tour Strategy: How to win a $12 sprint
If you’ve yet to saddle up and ride into a Grand Tour sprint on PokerStars, you can find out how it works, how you win, and why it’s so darn fun to play here.
The next step is figuring out the best way to win. Thankfully, PokerStars School’s Pete Clarke is doing rather well on Grand Tour and has decided to share his winning secrets.
“Grand Tour is a fast and furious game and it’s important to have a healthy win percentage in the lower sprints so that you can make more finals and keep your profits nice and high,” Clarke writes. “A serious Grand Tour player should be paying just as much attention to a $12 sprints as he would to a $60 final.
“So far, I’m winning one-third of all of the four-player sprints I’ve entered. This stat guarantees a significant win-rate in the format if I can maintain it.”
But how is he doing it?
To find out, click the link below:
New strategy videos: EPT Mini session review (four new parts)
The ever-busy Pete Clarke has also put together a comprehensive five-part (so far) video series based on something he doesn’t venture into all too often: the murky waters of tournament poker.
Clarke documented his run in a $215 EPT Online Mini event and breaks down every important pot he played.
You can check out every part of that excellent video series below:
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- When to open with hands you shouldn’t be opening
- When to pull the trigger on big bluffs
- Four Beginner Tournament Mistakes to Avoid
- Hand reading for beginners: Defining ranges
- 4 bad reasons for playing a poker session
- 4 bad reasons for checking your hand
- 3 common poker study pitfalls to avoid
- The 3 steps to pulling off a big fold
- 4 online poker reads you can make on your opponents
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