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  5-Jun-16, 20:25   #1
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T3ddyKGB 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: Germany
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 1816
yeah well...its common ppl say: double up and leave the table. today i quadrupled my stack on 3 tables.

stick to the old rule?
or.. if you recognise one or two weak players then stay and squash em like lemons Big Smile

i also remember once that i tripled my stack, was about to leave but then got AA or KK UTG. i dont remember entirely if i lost with AA to KK or the other way around. anyways, a guy who had the same stacksize put me allin and i lost everything Shock

so what you prefer ?

     
  5-Jun-16, 22:06   #2
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pinotte 
Joined: Jun '13
Location: Canada
Age: 73 (M)
Posts: 3494
Are you saying that you quadruple your stack in each individual table or all together. Anyway if you see one or two week player on one table you could stay on this one and close the two other one.

Again it depends of your stack in each table if it is one table with the very big stack then i would close the day. Smile Smile

     
  6-Jun-16, 07:02   #3
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schmoyster 
Joined: Jul '09
Location: Russian Federation
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 758
If I double up, I generally prefer to leave the table, a weak player at the table or not. But normally I stay for 3 or 4 rounds out of courtesy giving a chance to the player who lost to clash with me once again. If the guy who lost to my double up left the table after the loosing hand, I leave at once too.

     
  6-Jun-16, 07:15   #4
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3pokeronly 

Joined: Jul '12
Location: New Zealand
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 233
Bank the profit, play until "skip next big blind" and leave table, have a stretch, hunt for the weak player.

     
  6-Jun-16, 07:38   #5
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pokkerimees 
Joined: Oct '08
Location: Estonia
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 384
If all other players have regular stacks, i stay, but usually i dont want to lose my profit and ill leave, id somebody has stack equal to me. Why?
Because when your stack might me gone, you actually play over your bankroll limit.


     
  6-Jun-16, 10:32   #6
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damosk 
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 52 (M)
Posts: 4857
Leaving a cash table when you double up, or even in some cases 50% increase is a tactic that is employed in many training scenarios. The principle is that you maximise your opportunity by not going below a certain amount, rebuy chips if you do, and you cash out when you hit a certain profit. This protects your bankroll and allows you to continue winning at a decent rate without risking what you have won and without minimising your win potential by going too many Buy ins down.

     
  6-Jun-16, 10:34   #7
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T3ddyKGB 

Joined: Oct '08
Location: Germany
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 1816
Posted by pinotte:
Are you saying that you quadruple your stack in each individual table or all together.

yes of course on each individual table /on three different tables. it was a good day yesterday Smile

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Posted by schmoyster:
If I double up, I generally prefer to leave the table, a weak player at the table or not. But normally I stay for 3 or 4 rounds out of courtesy giving a chance to the player who lost to clash with me once again. If the guy who lost to my double up left the table after the loosing hand, I leave at once too.

wow, i thought your a cold blooded russian, with wodka in your vein instead blood Big Smile
no serious, this is really kind of you Thumbs Up Smile

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Posted by damosk:
Leaving a cash table when you double up, or even in some cases 50% increase is a tactic that is employed in many training scenarios. The principle is that you maximise your opportunity by not going below a certain amount, rebuy chips if you do, and you cash out when you hit a certain profit. This protects your bankroll and allows you to continue winning at a decent rate without risking what you have won and without minimising your win potential by going too many Buy ins down.


i agree with your post, once again damosk. back the days i also left tables when i increased my stack only 50%.
i might try a different way though - for a while.

id like to see other opinions. anyways, so far it seems that most players leave the table upon double up.

Edited by T3ddyKGB (Monday, June 06, 2016 @ 10:41 GMT)


     
  6-Jun-16, 11:16   #8
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marqis 

Joined: Sep '10
Location: Netherlands
Age: 48 (M)
Posts: 1631
Stay if you've got an edge. Consider leaving if there are too many regs with big stacks, because, as pointed out by pokkerimees and damosk, you may effectively be playing outside your bankrole / comfort zone. If you have position however, be less inclined to leave, because that will give you the edge over the other reg, and you might collect his stack as well...

     
  6-Jun-16, 11:42   #9
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dule-vu 

Joined: May '09
Location: Croatia
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 3236
well,its hard to say whats best option!to earn some many and to change tables or when you see that somebody pushing too much,that you take more from him,but you never now on what he can hit cards and take again everything to you!when you triple your money,maybe best to go from table!

     
  6-Jun-16, 12:38   #10
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 8633
dunno, personal preference as usual. but i guess dudes who double up and leave have good old "put it all on black/red" in their blood- they treat poker like roulette and their aim is to double up, or if lose- double your initial stake and then again... double up and leave or blow up and swear... and then leave.

     
  6-Jun-16, 14:40   #11
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 51 (M)
Posts: 6231
In no limit or pot limit games, if you are not used to play 200+ BB deep, just leave the table. And continue somewhere else or make a short break. Obviously no point in doing so in fixed limit games.

     
  6-Jun-16, 16:25   #12
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 39 (F)
Posts: 10021
In case of a double up it is a hit and go Smile
Many times in the past stayed for more at the same table and i ended up losing.
So i prefer to leave and continue in another table.
And it is better doing this the moment you double. Cause if you wait for the next big blind,
you might get good cards, which you will play Smile

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In case of a double up it is a hit and go Smile
Many times in the past stayed for more at the same table and i ended up losing.
So i prefer to leave and continue in another table.
And it is better doing this the moment you double. Cause if you wait for the next big blind,
you might get good cards, which you will play Smile

Was talking for double and double posted it Smile I cant understand how this is happening some times.

     
  7-Jun-16, 03:04   #13
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SBEP 

Joined: Nov '14
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 36 (M)
Posts: 977
Most common i would double up and leave, or mb even triple or quadruple up and then leave, but it depends, sometimes i control the table so hard, everyone else leaves Big Smile sometimes i just want to get the starting buyin back and then leave, sometime i just hit and run, it all depends from my mood at that exact day Big Smile so i cant say its always double up and leave.

     
  8-Jun-16, 07:04   #14
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schmoyster 
Joined: Jul '09
Location: Russian Federation
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 758
Posted by T3ddyKGB:
wow, i thought your a cold blooded russian, with wodka in your vein instead blood Big Smile
no serious, this is really kind of you Thumbs Up Smile

Wow too... Didn't expect so many smiles and thumbs up from a KGB man. Need to correct you though. There is a loggical fallacy in your statement. How can I be cold blooded if I have vodka in my veins? I am kind and all-loving all the time.

     
  8-Jun-16, 08:11   #15
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
Posts: 5542
If i am ever lucky enough t double up my stack i would normally be looking to leave. I would then join another table and have a freeroll with my winnings. But if you are feeling good on the first table you should stay and see what happens

     
  8-Jun-16, 23:37   #16
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vaci38 
Joined: Mar '16
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 925

Many times I have a problem to keep the chips in the tournament for me is super double my chips , then only the good cards to play but can not maintain the level of chips , I'm going down all the time , then i must risk all or nothing , I'm losing all the chips in one hand Angry

     
  28-Jul-16, 06:22   #17
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 4097
I would tend to continue playing if I am on tilt or chasing losses, which is generally considered a terrible practice. I would quit playing if my top priority is booking a winning session/day/month, etc., even when the amount of profit is not significant. These behavioral tendencies manifest not only in the game of poker but also in all the other profit-oriented activities.

     
  28-Jul-16, 09:45   #18
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 8633
dunno if it's just me, but i've been thinking lately (yeah, that's already quite a big surprise) that all this double up and leave thingy is a complete bullsh1t of a strategy, people who are interested in doing only correct move in poker should concentrate on triple up and spend it on weed strategy more imho

     
  28-Jul-16, 14:42   #19
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TheMachineQC 

Joined: Apr '10
Location: Canada
Age: 27 (M)
Posts: 2103
Posted by pochui:
dunno if it's just me, but i've been thinking lately (yeah, that's already quite a big surprise) that all this double up and leave thingy is a complete bullsh1t of a strategy, people who are interested in doing only correct move in poker should concentrate on triple up and spend it on weed strategy more imho


Exactly Pochui. Words of wisdom have been written Big Smile

I feel like doubling up and leaving is good in general ro protect your profit, unless you leave a table full of fishes... Fishes are rare these days, so they're valuable Blink

Besides, it's useless to stay on a tables with 200-300+BB if everyone else at the table has 100 or less. Sure you can't lose your whole stack at once but you can't make more than 100 BB a pot either...

     
  28-Jul-16, 18:21   #20
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pelinimed 

Joined: Nov '11
Location: Croatia
Age: 38 (M)
Posts: 414
Its not my style to catch and run.

     
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