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  1. Suggestion for tournament playing is, if players have the buy-in fee and win tourney, that we could jump up too that specific BRONZE, SILVER, GOLD, PLATINUM OR DIAMOND badge. Agree or disagree?
  2. So when I'm in a tournament and a player is constantly going all-in, if there are three people I will simply fold, but if it is just a one-on-one battle I will fold, but I will take the maximum amount of time to do so. I won't even press fold, I will let it auto fold. This adds about 15 seconds to every hand. The foremost reason they are going all-in is because they just want to get it over with, and move on. So this technique will be the last thing they want, and they will do one of two things. They will either start checking or just betting the blind, letting the flop come down. This is advantageous because you can wait until you have a good hand and then go all-in, which they will surely take you up on. They will leave, allowing you to blind them out and win. I just did this, there were just two of us left, he kept going all-in, I stalled until he bet the minimum, allowing us to see the flop. We saw two flops until I had a pair of kings, so I bet all-in, and beat his high card. Hope this is useful to you guys, and please post any effective techniques you've found for dealing with these people.