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How Many big blinds enter a table with blinds 0.05$ 0.10$ SSStrategy?  0   
How many big blinds you enter a table with blinds 0.05 $ 0.10 $

following successful Short Stack Strategy (SSS)?


There are 3 options:


1. Always with 40 big blinds (4 $)

2. Always with 100 big blinds (10 $)

3. Always with 20 big blinds (2 $)



I currently do not respond, it is clear that the answer already,

but I'll wait to see your opinions, because in poker anything can happen ... : D

and hopefully not give less searching in google or in the forum.. must be from memory

Blink

Edited by parrix (08 January 2010 @ 09:40 GMT)


     
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If you want to play SSS you have to sit in with ~ 20 BB and sit out if your stack should reach ~ 40 BB.

I prefer to use the full stack of 100 BB in a cash game.

     
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Good... Thumbs Up

Worship

     
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whats Short Stack Tongue , dont have that problem no more won £142 early this morning Evil

     
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short stack strategy isnt poker. Its glorified bingo..

If your poker game is that poor you cant buy in for the max and play properly then really, its a sad state of affairs.

Anyone can sit and wait till they get AA then just shove the lot in and hope.. It may be profitable, but its no fun and it doesnt improve your poker game in any way shape or form

     
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The only good part about the sss principle I feel that is good is it teaches beginning players the importance of starting hands relative to position. But starting hands/position is the easiest part of poker. The "pure enjoyment of playing poker and using actual poker skills" starts after the flop, to me that's when the fun just begins. Otherwise I feel if you play "strict sss" according to how it's suppose to be played it limits people to minimal poker skills and doesn't allow them to develope into a much better poker player.

     
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I voted 20 BB's, that's what SSS is about, isn't it.
Personally, I take 40 BB's to a NL10 game if I don't know a single player at that table.
If I have notes on about half the table, I sit down with a full stack.

     
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I find SSS to be a boring strategy, you need a really good skill at PATIENCE rather than poker. But if you want to take advantage of no deposit bonuses bankrolls like 10$ or 50$ you usually have no choice than use SSS for a while...

     
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Posted by parra99:
How many big blinds you enter a table with blinds 0.05 $ 0.10 $

following successful Short Stack Strategy (SSS)?


There are 3 options:


1. Always with 40 big blinds (4 $)

2. Always with 100 big blinds (10 $)

3. Always with 20 big blinds (2 $)



I currently do not respond, it is clear that the answer already,

but I'll wait to see your opinions, because in poker anything can happen ... : D

and hopefully not give less searching in google or in the forum.. must be from memory

Blink


Always with 20 big blinds (2 $) SSS -> 20 bb

     
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Posted by fcumred:
short stack strategy isnt poker. Its glorified bingo..


only people who never played the short stack strategy successful can say that. i don't say its much fun, but it's definitely no bingo. SSS can be the best way to build your bankroll as you do not need much money to start and still clear bonusses. when i played it it was easy money, even when i played more than 12 tables. many peolpe would learn much about preflop-play if they would try sss for a while.
on NL10 most people think a shortstack cannot play poker, even if they are really bad they still think they were better and these guys are responisble for your profits.
by the way, if you tried this strategy yourself you will have less problems with those players.

oh and always buy-in for 20bb otherwise you won't be able to play it correct

     
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Well its 20 BB (or its not really shortstack strategy -_- )
Many says that shortstack strategy is no skill strategy, but playing at highest limits, i think there is skills because you'll have more tough decisions (you'll have to know your opponents, because in high limit, they play more agressivly preflop, so you'll get more often reraised and there you got to make decisions depending on your analyse of the opponent). Another art in SSStrategy is to steal the blinds.So here is a bit of skill (but not as much as a big stack strategy or playing a sng, thats true ! ).
Whats great with SSS is that you can multitable massivly !

     
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Hi!!

If you want to play SSS, there´s only one option 20BB, 100BB is for BSS and 40BB is for MiddleSS (the most times means the player is a BIG FISH) or if you are a bot.

Bye and aces for all!!

     
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Shortstack you enter with $2 in 0.05$/0.10$ tables, which means 20 BBs, thats what comes on books. You will have to be loose agressive at the begining to win your space at the table, and then is just playing normal, or going out with the short winnings. You should not try to win big (like more than 3 times your stack) when entering shortstack to a ring table. Things can turn bad and then you can start a tilt phase because you will try it again shortly after and... same can happen twice.

     
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Someone also learned to me that I should use 20 BB's if I wan to play SSS.
But I heard that I have to win to 30 BB's to sit out, or maybe lose to 10 BB's (sit out or reload at this option).
So what's the truth ? Smile have to win to 30 or 40 BB's. I'm confused Big Smile

     
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i think 20 blinds is a good shortstackstrategy stack to play with. But i would suggest to get the max to the table and play some good deep stack games. Blink

     
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Instead of shortstacking 10NL, play 5NL 100BB deep if you cant afford the max buyin for 10NL

     
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it must be 20 blinds for the cash in and cash out as soon as you double
change table and start again
thats the way to build up a nice bankroll will learning more than just wait for the cards

     
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I think that poll is really stupid...
U can easy find the anserw in Google just by wasting 20 sec...
There is a lot of threads about SSS everywhere.
So i ask... why that thread is here anyway? ^^

     
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Posted by FenoMeno:
Someone also learned to me that I should use 20 BB's if I wan to play SSS.
But I heard that I have to win to 30 BB's to sit out, or maybe lose to 10 BB's (sit out or reload at this option).
So what's the truth ? Smile have to win to 30 or 40 BB's. I'm confused Big Smile


You are suppose to leave when you have 1.5 times the amount you entered with. So 20BB X 1.5 = 30BB. Now you have to take into consideration the amount of money you lost folding blilnds & the missed flops after you raise and get callers and have to fold, did you really make any money? Also, reload when you drop down to 15BB back to 20BB. Let me ask you how much poker experience you have? The reason I say this is because Mast3rKush had a good point. Why play 10NL when you can buy in 100BB @ 5NL? Don't take this as a personal dig, but the way I see it you should drop down and stay out of NL10 til you get more knowledge of what you are doing at playing sss. These are extremely basic sss questions that you should already know before even sitting at the table and playing sss.

     
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I only use this strategy if I get a NDB as it's pretty much impossible to follow any kind of BRM, I hate it though, just knowing that i could of stacked someone for 100bb's pisses me off.

I play 100bb NLH and 200bb PLO at the moment, and never have a problem with SSS players, infact I make quite a bit of cash of them.

Also, can I clear something up here.

bb = big blind

BB = Big Bet

ty Cool

     
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