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Blog post published on Friday, March 07, 2014, written by Ronin`s Renegade Blog.
Welcome mobsters, if you are reading this blog for the very first time, I thank you for your initial interest. I think that if you give it a little time, you will find something that will peak your interest. I am a semi-pro poker player and an author. I am currently working on several projects for publication, and will be discussing them on occasion in this blog. If you are a fan then I warn you,[...]   Read more » Poker Tips, Bankroll Management and More (PART 10)

  7-Mar-14, 11:22   #1
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Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 5393
Table selection is very important and i agree with you. I always try and watch a cash game table for at least twenty minutes before joining it because you can get a grasp on what type of players they are

  7-Mar-14, 15:04   #2

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 4764
Of course table selection is important, but when playing $0.02/$0.04 we know we will get all types of players. I bet some of you, who play higher values, are already laughing because you know that even on $0.50/$1 you get calling stations. For newbie like me, it's confusing on realizing that a pro prefers a table with other pros than newbies because it seems like he will have more troubles there. The truth in fact is the opposite, as he will by far recognize a lot better the way his pro opponents play than if he was among rookies.

  7-Mar-14, 20:12   #3

Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 1277
Table selection is entirely underrated or underdiscussed even among people who play alot. It makes all the difference and online theres no excuse not to find a soft place to plunder - the stats are there for all to see.

  9-Mar-14, 15:01   #4
Joined: Feb '14
Location: Portugal
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 20
Than you for the tips. I'm gratefull. I think table selection is really very importante too. In small bids are a lot of bluffing players. Wish you luck in the game hugs TonguePPP

  9-Mar-14, 22:43   #5

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

Well I am glad that you have been finding the tips helpful.
I have been trying to keep them both clear and understandable.
best wishes to you.
be cool

Ronin Cool

  11-Mar-14, 08:28   #6

Joined: Apr '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 4764
The yips are very good Ronin, but they can also work as a basis to discussion. sometimes is harder to get to a definitive consens around here, but that's not the most important either. The best is to have the chance to read what those who want to participate have to say about it. By the way, do you agree with me in what regards to choose a table among lower levels? Of course that, online, if we are using some software like Hold'Em, we will prefer to sit on table with players from whom we have information, that way it will be easy to play against them.

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