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  18-Dec-12, 05:05   #1
To all-in or not to all-in thats the queston 0 
kickfranky 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Canada
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 6
as of late I have been noticing alot more players not even using math or skill when they play the poker games.

To me I play poker for excitement of out smarting/witting the other players at the table,but lately I feel Im doing more watching the all-in players just tossing thier freerolls or low buy-in games like they just dont care. It makes the game fustrating for me cause even if you have a Awsome hand ranked in top 10 hands to play (so says all the doyle books i have read) it's still difficult too just throw all-in before the flop and let the poker gods sort it out.

You know if it was high stakes they would be more careful with thier own money(i hope). I dunno maybe im an old fart and like playing games that last more then 3 mins but lately I find myself being more of a spectator then a player.

Is there a cure for me or will this be my fate Aww crap! . I hope that soon there will be some kind of poker that gives you a mild electric shock for making all -in moves with crap hands....lol

Ah well just ranting about my misfortune Agree

to end this posting Big Smile


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  18-Dec-12, 05:19   #2
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zeroster 

Joined: May '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 1372
In my experience the only way to get away from this sort of BS is to play live. Not many people will throw it all in with crap if they then have to look everyone else in the eye, stand up, leave the table and walk out of the door.

The reason it happens on-line is because it's easy enough to click a button and start a new game with different players.

     
  18-Dec-12, 05:54   #3
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kickfranky 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Canada
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 6
I play at live events as much as possable, and I fully agree with you when you say stair them in the eye when that all in hits its much easier too judge. But I live in BFE canada and for me too hit the tables is a five hour trip. So until they drag the casino's closer im stuck with the all-in monkeys...but I do agree online gives the all-in monkeys more balls Big Smile

     
  18-Dec-12, 14:18   #4
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adikumasinac 

Joined: Jan '11
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 31
on this situation i play all in only with 1 Spade 1 Club or K Spade k Club and if me beat that monkey with 7 Heart 2 Club i laughing very loud becouse i good decided rest is luck Big Smile NO TILT Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  18-Dec-12, 16:21   #5
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justbadbeat 
Joined: Dec '12
Location: Singapore
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 16
I think if ppl r playing mirco stack. they will just all-in to double up. A game of luck for mirco tourney

     
  19-Dec-12, 00:12   #6
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3pokeronly 

Joined: Jul '12
Location: New Zealand
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 233
You have to face up to the facts....

Some people can not do maths, they have very little respect and only look to double up early as "This gives me more chance to make it further in the tournament" in essence they play cards not poker.

Patience and timing is they only way to beat them, I would consider not raising at all until I "hold" 90% of the hand, as you say, playing only top 10% of hands is a start, playing them fairly passively until most of the "chancers" have thrown their chips to the wind.

As in all poker, position, timing and bankroll/chip management are key components to having chips to play the next hand, which is the main goal, playing aggressively with a big stack is a skill to be mastered, as is, playing correctly with a small stack, in either of these positions or anywhere in between the final table is not out of reach.

Where we can double up cheaply vs an All-in mover, a reasonable chip stack is just around the corner, patience in these instances are the key.

Good luck all.
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