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  6-Mar-19, 11:25   #101
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pajalnick 

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I played $ 3,000 in the tournament yesterday, won $ 5 there .... I started playing sit-and-go ... As a result, I reached $ 20 ... and when I played $ 20 I was not lucky ... Although they were good the odds of winning ... but the circumstances were against me .... again I am at the beginning Aww crap!

     
  6-Mar-19, 21:34   #102
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maragatero 
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I already saw that movie pajalnick Big Smile But you enjoy with it, so...congratulations! I played in Coral Poker to a daily All In lottery, where you play all-in in full ring tables with 500 (more or less) players until de last ten that gets prizes. I finish second with $ 20 in my pocket, and I´m adding it to my bankroll to make an up in my level of SnGs´s BI Big Smile

     
  6-Mar-19, 21:36   #103
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Gerimantas 
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I too must say that if you have no very long time of course it is better option play sit and go or spin and go because you get result good or bad more quick than in tournament. but if you have good day and big amount of free time then you have chance to win a lot more money in tournament when pay same buyin like in sit and go.

     
  6-Mar-19, 23:24   #104
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Posted by pajalnick:
I played $ 3,000 in the tournament yesterday, won $ 5 there .... I started playing sit-and-go ... As a result, I reached $ 20 ... and when I played $ 20 I was not lucky ... Although they were good the odds of winning ... but the circumstances were against me .... again I am at the beginning Aww crap!

Sit and go or spin and go? The $20 sounds like a spin and go.

     
  7-Mar-19, 10:10   #105
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CALICUL 
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Frankly to be i would prefer spin and go than sit and go. I think Pajalnick prefers the same because here the awards are different and you have a greater opportunity to win nice prizes. Sit and go games are to practice to develop your strategy.

     
  7-Mar-19, 12:09   #106
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pajalnick 

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I like the sit-and-go games that happen there. Everything is fast enough ... you don’t have to sit at the computer for several hours and try to beat several thousand players ... just a few players in front of you ... or only one player at all .. .. so the task is simplified

     
  7-Mar-19, 23:24   #107
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maragatero 
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Yes, I´m with you pajalnick. The sit and go turbo full ring, needs no more than 30/40 minutes so it`s fast enough to me. The spin&go is a different format that has a specific strategy to play it. You could think that you can play it like the ITM stage of a normal sits, and the HU you can play following Nash. But the multiplier changes this a little...

     
  8-Mar-19, 18:00   #108
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pajalnick 

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I had different situations when playing in the sit-and-go .... and the situations were good when I won quite a lot and won several Games in a row .... and as a result a bankroll was raised ... Well, of course there were bad situations when caught in tilt and started playing crazy ... don't play drunk Blink

     
  9-Mar-19, 03:44   #109
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maragatero 
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Yes, I couldn´t do it! When I was young I could do everything drunk or drugged. But now I learn that I have less time to live and I want to enjoy everything clearly. One thing at a time: play or drink. Whatever, I´m tired of being break even in the SnGs FR, so I´m thinking in play some MTTs of 45, 90 or 180 players, what do you think?

     
  9-Mar-19, 10:34   #110
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I know guys you like these sit and go games but i ask you something: What you win in these tournaments? because you play a lot and after 100 games you have $ 3-4 profit or you are minus. Then what did you do? You play just for pleasure and the money will not attract too much? Confused

     
  10-Mar-19, 15:40   #111
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maragatero 
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When you win a sit, your prize is more or less than four Buy-In. So, you win three Buy-In after discount the BI that you pay. If you calculate a duration of 30/40 minutes for each game, the possible winrate is very interesting. But you have to make some volume to compensate the variance situations, and in 888 I can´t do it well in any schedule Sad

     
  11-Mar-19, 10:41   #112
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Here you get to my words, related to the loss of time, where you do not win anything good. That's why i do not play sit and go anymore. I tried a few games a month ago and it does not impress me with anything. These are training games not for profit. In order to try to profit you will have to considerably increase the stake or to play other games. Blink

     
  11-Mar-19, 15:44   #113
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To me personally i try to play some spin and go and all same tournament with other names in different poker sites but to me not kike then, too aggressive players and more luck need than double or nothing sit and go.

     
  11-Mar-19, 20:30   #114
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maragatero 
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It seems the opposite Gerimantas, when you play double or nothing (I think that we told about this in another thread) you may use the tight way all the game and be a winner. But in the spins, you have to be aggressive and play a wide range to win it. I seem like an ITM stage of a sit and go FR, when you fight to be the first.

     
  12-Mar-19, 10:51   #115
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Spin and go can not be played otherwise than aggressive. You can opt for play slowly but in most cases you will lose. This genre of tournaments or games not always playing in the same way. Probably the best chance to make a profit is double or nothing because with spin and go it's hard to win a jackpot and with sit and go chances are too small.

     
  12-Mar-19, 12:22   #116
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pajalnick 

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here I am of course I agree with you when playing sit-n-go you can play very aggressively ... when distributing cards, as a rule, everyone raises .... this is justified especially in tournaments like Turbo tournaments where everything happens very quickly and you need to make a decision immediately

     
  12-Mar-19, 23:57   #117
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maragatero 
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Yes and not, the more seemed situation that you might find in games known is the ITM stage of a Sit and go full ring. (talking about spin and go) You have to fight and you have to use a wide range, but you haven´t to be a maniac player. If you do it, perhaps you are risking the prize. And don´t play it slow, please!

     
  13-Mar-19, 12:40   #118
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pajalnick 

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I play slowly only on 888 poker freerolls ... because there is a huge speed .... and at this speed it is advantageous to play slowly so that other players leave the tournament .... but of course you need to go all in at least once to get a prize

     
  14-Mar-19, 10:53   #119
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CALICUL 
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In all these freeroll tournaments or games with real money, if the Blinds are faster you do not have a chance to do something. I played a lot of freeroll tournaments and i was not lucky but with the blinds at 6 minutes or more i managed to win something. Tournaments are the most beautiful but only when you succeed to make beautiful games. Smile

     
  14-Mar-19, 11:39   #120
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Nightkid 
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I eat with beginner table tournaments long ago in pokerstars when there were still free leagues because now it is all to pay and if you do not have much luck to get a ticket in the daily scratchings haha but I like the tables that has progressive elimination rewards Cool Cool Cool

     
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