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Do u like playing Heads-up?  0   
Sometimes, when I don't have enough time to play in a Sit'n'go, I decide to play a Heads up. I've realized that all techniques learnt during all time cannot be applied in this kind of games. In 3 or 4 hands, the opponent make all-in, you call and the tournament is over. For me it's a question of luck more than skill.

     
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Yes, sometimes I'll wonder over to the heads up game and play. It's quite fun Thumbs Up

     
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I like playing tourneys with slow blinds, I think it is much more challenging, I do play ring games but it has some disadvantages when it comes to cheaters.

     
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HU is deffo not skill, just check some good HU on sharkscope and they allways up making really big dollars. I tried it for some time but was break even, it was to clear a bonus in which i didnt have much time but i needed the point cos this bonus was big for me.

Anyway i dont like them, i am not good at it, but sometimes i try some and practice myself on $5 lowlimit HU to get better.

     
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no i dont play heads-up
i love playing heads-up at the end of a tournament
but not starting one with only two players with a even stack
there is skills involved but even with the aces there nothing sure in a heads-up
not bingo but...

     
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Posted by DaMessiah666:
... For me it's a question of luck more than skill.


This only means you are an HU unskilled player. Skill is everything on HU games, you have to observe your opponent and adapt to him, put him on a range, etc... On a HU game being able to outplay your opponent is by far more important than your cards, and that's poker.

     
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Posted by racpxt:
Posted by DaMessiah666:
... For me it's a question of luck more than skill.


This only means you are an HU unskilled player. Skill is everything on HU games, you have to observe your opponent and adapt to him, put him on a range, etc... On a HU game being able to outplay your opponent is by far more important than your cards, and that's poker.


Ye... that's gr8...
To bad after you read your enemy like book and you know how is he playing (i played HU some time and i stopped) u loose with better hands and even with higher blocker cause of unluck.
Yes yes... people say if you play good in a period of time you will start winning and get everything back... but it's hard to do that after u lost like 30% of your bankroll because of unluck.

     
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Posted by pmgignac:
no i dont play heads-up
i love playing heads-up at the end of a tournament
but not starting one with only two players with a even stack


THIS!

this heads up tournaments aren`t that cool. But Headsup after a Tournament to be the ONE is great.

And HU cg is somehow very interesting. it` just so ... wow ...

     
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Really like it.. Thumbs Up

     
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Hi!!

I like HU. Micro and low stakes are more full of fish than in FR (and FR is really full), so is a easy way to win a few $.

Bye and aces for all!!

     
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i play it in some occasions, but don't like them that much, especially if the player is a very aggressive one and always raises 3x blinds preflop.

     
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I play it sometimes, and the rares times i concentrate and im better than my opponent, he gets big luck Disagree

     
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I wouldnt complain playing heads up in the WSOP main event ... so yes !

     
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I like playing headsup sngs. And ya there's skill, even if you have a small edge, you'll be up in the long run.

     
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I don't look to play heads up, but it's understandable to want to do it so it's not a shock when it counts at the end of a major tourny or large SnG.

     
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Posted by racpxt:

This only means you are an HU unskilled player. Skill is everything on HU games, you have to observe your opponent and adapt to him, put him on a range, etc... On a HU game being able to outplay your opponent is by far more important than your cards, and that's poker.


That's absolutely true, heads-up is much more a mind game than any other and this is true poker.

     
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where can you get big shoot out HU tournaments ? ... on bwin is only of 4 players :|
i usually play HU ... i started playing HU after some ugly MTT 2nd places that pissed me off.

     
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Posted by doomdy:
HU is deffo not skill, just check some good HU on sharkscope and they allways up making really big dollars. I tried it for some time but was break even, it was to clear a bonus in which i didnt have much time but i needed the point cos this bonus was big for me.

Anyway i dont like them, i am not good at it, but sometimes i try some and practice myself on $5 lowlimit HU to get better.

Why do you think there is no skill involved in HU? Confused

     
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Sometimes, when I don't have enough time to play in a Sit'n'go, I decide to play a Heads up. I've realized that all techniques learnt during all time cannot be applied in this kind of games. In 3 or 4 hands, the opponent make all-in, you call and the tournament is over. For me it's a question of luck more than skill.

Yes I do like it....but it is kind of pure luck....you dont don have any strategy for that or anything
you just rely on....

good luck on the tables...

     
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i like it but i dont know but im very unluky and i have to improve my technique some one have some tips to im prove my head up game skill Cool

good luck and aces for all Big Smile Big Smile

     
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