If you constantly chop in tournaments, you are lighting money on fire! This is because when you chop, you fail to get experience in short-handed, high-pressure situations. And on top of that, it’s unlikely that you’re getting an advantageous deal.
Today, I want to teach you the math behind the 3 most common methods of chopping and convince you to stop chopping unless your opponents pay you to make a deal!
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