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It would be more useful to know what the median was vs the average in the later stages of a tournament. Because if you win a solid hand every min you can jump places pretty quick. I also get Protential saying that its useful to know where you stand when close to money or the final table or for me at any table really, to play accordingly. I also look at my rank in how many are left and how many places are paid. This was a really great read, I use it as a way of figuring out the total chips in play if average is 5, with left obv the total chips in play is ,00 Thus I know where I stand and how i should play accordingly. This is a scenario many strong regulars try to accomplish my boost their BBs in some critical spots! Can you expand on this? I just look at the blinds. Join Date: Feb Very nice question! How is your stack compares to others when playing a tourney and what are your tourney results most of the time? It could make you think you need to "win a pot" because you are lower than avg or that you have "extra" chips to play around with, even on a subconscious level. Umm I always keep track of my stack. May 7th, , PM. I feel comfortable at average stackand don't feel that I have to force my play. Remember Me? Life is easier and final tables seem a bit closer with many BBs. Getting the big stack is good to have when late. If I'm not, that means I have to look for some winning opportunities. And also running good when you get it in with the best hand. Similar Threads for: Do you keep track of average stack? If I dip into BB then I'm shoving with just about anything. Forgot Password? I don't necessarily think about being "average". Do you keep track of average stack? Dig this story, not a legend but actually happened No one called him I could be wrong about it being Chan, but it was a very famous player, pretty sure it was Chan, and it was the 10k buy in main event. I like all the answers, but I can see that most regulars answered that what that they focus more on the number of big blinds left. Originally Posted by terryk. I don't care if I'm the smallest stack in the tournament, I'm good. A player should always keep in mind the level and number of chips one has. The size will dictate how and when I take chances or sit back a wait. Just means I should focus more. Just because I go below chip stack, that doesn't mean play recklessly. And in the rare case I don't, it's because I have a big stack, I then check how I compare to the chip leader s. I find it is more important to know how many BB everyone at the table has. Stacks go up and down through the tournament. Most of the time the biggest stacks due to winning big flips are like 10 times the average stack. Stack sizing is important as anything else. I never use average stack as an indicator. Page 1 of 2 Register or Use the arrow to the right to read the next 1 page s. I also keep an eye on others stacks. I like to be in the top half of the field, which I'm satisfied with. I try to check where I stand compared to the average but to be honest I focus more on how many big blinds I have left. Especially BB. Voted yes, I care a lot, probably too much. I always watch the mid stack, but rather for the biggest stack. I will have that in mind for when to go for the double up or when to make some moves. May 8th, , AM.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Join Date: Apr I constantly compare my stack to the average, but I don't really play around it. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Up your game with free cardschat membership. May 7th, , AM. Your stack can easily get boosted by one, two or even three double ups. This helps my decisions but if I get a big stack I try to keep going with it. It is also good to keep your chips instead of playing too loose too though. Join Date: Sep I don't keep track of the avg stack. Yes, I am checking this regularly. I like to stay above 30 BB at all times, of course the more the better. May 6th, , PM. When I dip into the 20 BB range then I know it's getting time to start shoving my bigger hands if I get them. Originally Posted by Protential. I don't pay to much attention to the largest stack , it usually doesn't affect my play in any way. Join Date: Dec This should't have any effect on how you play. And he was like "I either get the chips I need to compete or Im out of here I periodically check to see if I am at least an average chip stack. On the other hand, I can play differently according to my position. But I do keep track of the average stack and try to keep pace with it. Good luck to you, Brian. If I have 20x the bb I'm fine. Which I get is somewhat similar but not exactly the same. This is a discussion on Do you keep track of average stack? I think looking at things like that affect your thinking. Join Date: Mar Do you keep track of your stack size and how it compares to average stack and biggest stack of all the tourney players? Ryan Laplante. Are we good on staying close with the average stack, should we aiming to have double the average stack, of should we too try to risk some flips in order to get close to bigger stacks? If I start to lag behind - I play more aggressively. Unless he's at my table. Join Date: May I will keep an eye on it, but I focus more on chip stacks at my table. May 6th, , AM. What is important is the number of BB in relation to blind level. Thanks for the answers everyone! Good luck at the tables! It's all about timing and perfect decisions. It really doesn't matter what place you are in to win the tourney. Join Date: Aug Yes keeping track of average stack and refreshing My Position on stars is 1 of my bad habits haha, but I do think it helps. Why would it matter to know the average stack at the FT? Join Date: Jul It is good to know where I stand in the tourney and where I am at at the table. May 3rd, , PM. Yes it is always good to know the average stack in tournament and also the final table average many times in middle of tournament even the chip leader will be no where near the FT average and will still have a lot of work to do good luck. Join Date: Jan Originally Posted by Spaceman.