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double or nothing sng's are fun, but they are known to be as rigged as online poker can be... Worship with chinese sweatshops logged on 24/7, and russian colluders/maniacs, bots and so on you can get the picture that don's are far from the best investment in online poker. imho play low stake dons only- at least they are less attractive to the above mentioned groups

     
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Double or nothing is fun.i find 4 handed good to play because you have bust only 2 players.there will be bad beats as always but not much.... early tight and loose in late game....

     
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the lowest on PP is the $6 ones ... i managed to make about $400+ profit in the last week or so and what i can actually say there are also some bingo players but most of the guys that play they respect the ICM so now a have a few regulars over there that stick to the same range of card that they play and it's really easy to make a read on them....
i know now that don's are not the fastest way to build big bankroll but with a lot of patience u can make a nice bankroll at a low risk .... Dollar Dollar Dollar

     
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Posted by Arithmajik:
As Domdy said, ICM: Independant Chip Model is your optimal strategy. There are free ICM Calculators out there, but it's a bit of a pain mid game. The jist of the idea is as mentioned above, tight early on (no throwing down with AQ/AJ or low pockets) make moves later when you have good fold equity and don't take unessessary risks.



I play SnG's for the most part and that's the very way I built my little BR. Thuis is the best advice to my knowledge so I guess I don't have nothing to add. Like stated playing patiently until the blinds go up is my hardest think to abide to, but it generally gets you in the money. Worship Thumbs Up

     
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Posted by Greenmohave:
Posted by Arithmajik:
As Domdy said, ICM: Independant Chip Model is your optimal strategy. There are free ICM Calculators out there, but it's a bit of a pain mid game. The jist of the idea is as mentioned above, tight early on (no throwing down with AQ/AJ or low pockets) make moves later when you have good fold equity and don't take unessessary risks.



I play SnG's for the most part and that's the very way I built my little BR. Thuis is the best advice to my knowledge so I guess I don't have nothing to add. Like stated playing patiently until the blinds go up is my hardest think to abide to, but it generally gets you in the money. Worship Thumbs Up


Definitely agree, probably one of the most important things I learned from this site. Before I'd often be willing to throw down early if I thought I had an edge but thanks to the BRM education I've realized it makes more sense to fight for the real pots later on.

     
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