Hello everyone, this is your blogger westside1950 writing, HU SNG player on Pokerstars (nickname: dknight217)
I didn't play much for the last couple of days, traffic on normal speed Heads-Up tables is rapidly going down, so if you want to play a decent session you must really be patient in waiting for your opponents.
Spin or go?
I don't think of poker as a gamble, and I've never been much o[...] Read more » Spin or go?
Posted by ammytyagi: Intially I do not like Spin n go format but now I am loving it because of loose players. Standard of these games is below $2 cash games. These games are definitely beatable & are Fun to play.
+1 At Full Tilt I love playing the 0,50$-2$ Buy-ins. There are a lot of people who will just go all-in in every Hand. At this Buy-In it's easy to beat! You just need to know at what daytime you need yoo play. Also I like to 'color' these players.
But I only play when I have some time to fill, for example when waiting for a Cash or Full Ring Table. Main reason is because I can't play it for a long time. I will always start losing my focus, so I just play to fill time.
Joined: Dec '13
Age: 31 (M)
Posted by toronto_r_us: 2 days so far, hows the progress, we all are dying to know, i have my own exp, i started with 2 bucks, went up to 8, then got tired, overplayed and lost it. so the downside of sit n go aswell is that u tend to want to play 24/7 like! a slot machine, as u said, "gambling"
Yes, it takes a lot of mental strenght to play them, the swings are just not normal. Didn't make much for now. And players are really bad, but that doesn't help you a lot beacuse you are carddead most of the time, so there's no time to take advatage of your skill edge.
I'm writing a blog in a few days, so I'll write full report there