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  1-Sep-15, 19:59   #1
MTT or Sit & Go? +1 
LucasGeo 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Argentina
Age: 22 (M)
Posts: 108
A couple of years to play on PokerStars and I have not yet made truly good results achieved
While I have won some small MTT and SNG several 180 or 360 players, never achieves a result of these espectaculeres that make me feel that I am for the big leagues
My dilemma is: Confused
1. I continue playing small MTT or Sit & Go where relatively well and I can keep my seat in an acceptable average, Big Smile or
2. keep trying to have this great achievement in large MTT allow me to take a leap in quality and desired economic, despite the setbacks that this causes me to my bank and emotionally Question

     
  1-Sep-15, 20:23   #2
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LadyFloppy 

Joined: Nov '13
Location: Argentina
Age: 21 (F)
Posts: 107
Brother're very good at playing poker, I learned a lot from you, and despite being the least play our family, always had good results
I think your problem is the anxiety that you have to play a major live tournament LAPT as three times you were very close to classify and could not be, you feel frustrated
But everything comes in due time and that soon I'll see you sitting participating in a major live tournament
I feel that this summer we will be in the Bahamas, you playing the PCA and accompanying you and enjoying the sun and the beach, lol
The third time's the charm, twice escaped you that seat for very little, this year will be yours if God wants it Thumbs Up Big Smile

     
  1-Sep-15, 20:33   #3
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StheP 

Joined: Oct '14
Location: Serbia
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 3110
It all depend how big is your bankroll, how much tables r you playing at the same time, are you better at sng or mtts... but my sugestion for 100$ bankroll is to play as much as you can 1$ 180 players sit and go, and if you can play more tables, you should play like 3sng and 1 mtt to 1$ buy in at same time, or if you play more than 4 tables, play more sng at same time with some mtts aside Blink but you should play sngs and mtt that your bankroll could handle... you should have about 100 buy ins to play that mtt or sng Blink

     
  2-Sep-15, 07:27   #4
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 8623
just put everything on 13.

besides the foolproof method of printing money i provided you in the above recipe, if i were you i would take the slow, but sure route- if you say you do well in small mtt's/sng's, keep on playing them and when you have enough of a bankroll move up the stakes, if you lose there- go back to the lower level and try to rebuild your roll for another shot.

     
  2-Sep-15, 20:55   #5
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damosk 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 4847
I think you need to determine what your bank roll limit is and play no more than that exercising great bank roll management....read books and articles about it if you don't understand. Don't just keep throwing money at poker...alternatively, do more poker study to improve your game.

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I think you need to determine what your bank roll limit is and play no more than that exercising great bank roll management....read books and articles about it if you don't understand. Don't just keep throwing money at poker...alternatively, do more poker study to improve your game.

     
  3-Sep-15, 12:14   #6
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LucasGeo 

Joined: Nov '12
Location: Argentina
Age: 22 (M)
Posts: 108
Hello!
Thank you for the tips
My problem is not banking or gaming, but emotional, anxiety and temperament
I always wonder: because in short tournaments achieving good results, but when I play for several hours at some point I melted down, I lose control and end up losing with some stupid pass
Surely I need patience to deal with this type of tournament Aww crap!

     
  3-Sep-15, 13:27   #7
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StheP 

Joined: Oct '14
Location: Serbia
Age: 26 (M)
Posts: 3110
then make time period of play, and dont play too much, because when you play to long, you got bored and start to lose your money... so better for you is to make short sessions of about 2 hours, and then stop playing Blink

     
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