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A hand like Ace-Five for example is virtually unplayable in most situations on a full-ring table but is a monster when playing heads up.
The main difference: In tournaments, it's all about survival. That's why you should always know how many chips you have and how your stack compares to the ever-increasing blinds.If you wait 20 hands for a monster to punish your loose opponents your stack will have gone through the blinds four or five times and will have decayed considerably (or even might have vanished in the process).Should you manage to survive all but one opponent you’ve reached the heads-up phase of the tournament.If you have a small stack during bubble play you should approach every situation with extreme caution – maximize your chance to survive and fold everything that's not a monster.
If, on the other hand, you made it to the bubble with a big and healthy stack, it's hammer time.
Play here is so different from the previous phases that it's worth training for heads-up duels specifically.