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  13-Apr-13, 21:51   #1
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xgcsnippy 

Joined: Jan '13
Location: Canada
Age: 38 (M)
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Alright, I play micro stakes as i am trying to work on bankroll management and frustrations at the same time! Always everyone is 5x BB raise pre flop, I feel at times its like playing a lottery even with a Dominating hand. I do not know what goes through peoples minds sometimes, always you get people calling everything no matter what they have, I like exploiting those people but I just do not understand why so many people that play the zoom tables constantly chase something they do not have.


Any Ideas other than play something else.....I do well at times, build up then get a monster hand, losen up a bit and lose to a crappy bad beat!


     
  14-Apr-13, 00:41   #2
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Plexo 
Joined: Aug '09
Location: Chile
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Welcome to Pokestars!.
I have felt like u so many times.
I just try to do not get tilted and play ABC poker. When I have a good bet the pot and not less.
However, it is imposible to do not get a bad beat in a single sesion. Be patience or play at higher stakes

Big Smile

     
  14-Apr-13, 00:51   #3
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demodawggy 

Joined: Feb '12
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Yes,...that's right. When you play higher stakes poker games, you get a better breed of poker player. The donk-factor decreases as the buy in goes up....

I'm really liking that Zoom thing...

When I play lower stakes games with a high donk-factor,...I tighten up and play pretty much just the premium hands.......AND I use the clock to my advantage too. You're given the time,...I say use it. Let the dummies all knock each other out while you use your time. It'll get you closer to the money while playing less hands, which give the donks a better chance to ruin you... Smile

The donks don't like it much because they have NO patience and they're always in a hurry. This too works to your advantage as it put the donks in semi-tilt mode...lol...

     
  14-Apr-13, 01:28   #4
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xgcsnippy 

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ok, thanks for the replies guys!!!

     
  14-Apr-13, 01:45   #5
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RoninHarper 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Canada
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Posted by demodawggy:
Yes,...that's right. When you play higher stakes poker games, you get a better breed of poker player. The donk-factor decreases as the buy in goes up....

I'm really liking that Zoom thing...

When I play lower stakes games with a high donk-factor,...I tighten up and play pretty much just the premium hands.......AND I use the clock to my advantage too. You're given the time,...I say use it. Let the dummies all knock each other out while you use your time. It'll get you closer to the money while playing less hands, which give the donks a better chance to ruin you... Smile

The donks don't like it much because they have NO patience and they're always in a hurry. This too works to your advantage as it put the donks in semi-tilt mode...lol...


G'day mate

I am a little confused here amigo.
Demodawggy are you actually talking about the Zoom tournaments?
I do not see how using your clock on the normal zoom rounder tables can help you.
Think your strategy might work in a zoom type tournament as they seem more like a hyper turbo then anything else.
be cool and best of luck.

Ronin Cool

     
  14-Apr-13, 02:18   #6
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xgcsnippy 

Joined: Jan '13
Location: Canada
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i know your not asking me but I am referring to the Zoom Cash tables, I played one zoom tournament while it was in beta and loved it, I cashed in decent my first time playing it and haven't had a chance to play one again yet!

     
  14-Apr-13, 02:25   #7
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RoninHarper 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Canada
Age: 48 (M)
Posts: 4440
G'day mate

I understood that your were referring to the zoom cash tables.
It was the way demodawggy was posting his play strategy which mad me wonder if he was talking about how he plays in zoom tournaments.
Basically I was wondering if it make it easier to make it into the money in one of them zoom tournaments if you slow play alot of your hands.
Do you thik that was what he was telling us?

Ronin
Cool

     
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