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  3-Apr-12, 06:23   #1
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gymmy999 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 96
Hi guys. I have a question.. When I play poker I don't like to wait too much for the hand to finish. I usually like action..but sometimes this cots..If you play one table and you're eager for action you finish to play lots of hands and you start to lose(basics Smile lol)..I ask you guys for a beginner like me, how many tables should I play? Is it OK if I play more tables, or I must play only one to read better the opponents?

Thank you all

     
  3-Apr-12, 06:45   #2
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dozn01 

Joined: Sep '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 5000
hi there have you tryed Zoom Poker at pokerstars that could be your thing Blink

     
  3-Apr-12, 07:22   #3
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gymmy999 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 96
No I haven't because I gave up playing at poker stars...Too many players for methere that don't think about the value of the money...But I have a question Zoom Poker it's something like Rush Poker on Full Tilt? I played rush poker once and it seems ok it's something different then the avarage poker lol

     
  3-Apr-12, 07:33   #4
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dozn01 

Joined: Sep '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 5000
Posted by gymmy999:
No I haven't because I gave up playing at poker stars...Too many players for methere that don't think about the value of the money...But I have a question Zoom Poker it's something like Rush Poker on Full Tilt? I played rush poker once and it seems ok it's something different then the avarage poker lol


yes its is rush poker, fold a hand and get moved to another table very fast paced Smile

     
  3-Apr-12, 07:34   #5
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bullettooth1 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1635
if your interested in being able to read your opponents then zoom poker is not for you.
i have the same problem as you in regards to patience. i find playing two tables of 6max at a time is really good for me. you dont have to wait as long for the hands to play out and playing two tables give you enough action whilst still being able to get reads from your opponents.

good luck on the felts Big Smile

     
  3-Apr-12, 08:10   #6
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gymmy999 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 96
Lol lol Big Smile I'm happy to know that i'm not the only one who don't have the patience to wait for a hand to finish lol
Big Smile I find your advice pretty good although I think you have to have some good poker skills in order to be able to play two tables of 6Max NL. Personally I did it and i found it difficult, because you have to be tight aggressive there and to know/read your opponent well, or not? correct me if i'm wrong pls

thank you

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@dozn01 ty m8 i might try it again but on full tilt

     
  3-Apr-12, 08:26   #7
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bullettooth1 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1635
you have to be a bit looser playing short handed. the aggression part is true tho. i tell you what helped me quite alot, i used a starting hand chart for 6max nl holdem. its not for everyone but its definately a good place to start. i used to lose quite alot but when sticking to the starting hand chart i managed to climb up the limits.
i started out playing 2/5c limit on bodog and within a couple months i was playing the 25/50c limit quite regular. i even had a few stabs at the .50/1$ limit using the 20buy ins rule. i made a couple thousand $ just sticking to the hand chart.
try it out! google '6max starting hand chart' and use it while playing you'l be comfortable with two tables in no time.

good luck and let me know how you get on Big Smile


p.s be carefull which chart you choose some are for limit holdem.

     
  3-Apr-12, 08:32   #8
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gymmy999 

Joined: Mar '12
Location: Romania
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 96
thank you for that i'll keep this in mind..I really wanted to play the limit table for the beginning you don't involve much money in the pot;0D which i like that: many thanks again

     
  3-Apr-12, 08:50   #9
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bullettooth1 

Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1635
LA = Limp in all games
LP = Limp in a passive game
L2-3 = Limp only with 2 or 3 limpers in front of you
R/F = Raise or Fold

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this is the one i used. its just to get you started and used to the game when you are comfortable you can deviate from the chart. again good luck

Attached Imageshand chart.jpg

     
  3-Apr-12, 10:51   #10
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kinogomes 

Joined: Feb '10
Location: Portugal
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 998
If you get bored and willing to get more action you can choose either you play zoom tables or you start to add more tables to your game. In my opinion zoom tables are -ev for beginers. I recommend to you to play normal tables where you have more time to think about the flop turn and riverand where you can put notes on your opponents to dont forget your friends or your enemies. To start to play more table first you need to take a look about your monitor, i play easelly 12 to 15 tables in my tft 22 inches. If you have a good monitor you to add slowly more tables, start to play with 2 or 4 and look if you have +ev or -ev playing so many tables. As soon as oyu get comfortable then yes you must start to add morew tables 6 - 8 - 10 - 12.

     
  3-Apr-12, 19:47   #11
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DaCapo71 
Joined: Aug '10
Location: Germany
Age: 45 (M)
Posts: 1712
A lot of player use the time bank every hand, when they are frustrated. But know, a lot of rooms like stars with zoom, give us the chance to play rapidly tables. Fullring games are a little bit boring and to lame.

     
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