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  10-Sep-18, 10:43   #21
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maragatero 
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I´m sorry for your downswing, the variance is ever present! But, tell me Tony_MON7ANA, the change between S&G and cash games don´t affect your playing? Cash games seem that a S&G frozen in the first stage, when you have 100 BB`s stack. I think that is too much different...By the way, I don´t like that stage, I prefer the push or fold stage!

     
  11-Sep-18, 09:04   #22
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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I am not actually experiencing a downswing. It's more like a stagnation.
I guess I could make slightly more money per hour by playing Mickey Mouse stakes sit and go tournaments than grinding Donald Duck stakes cash games. There is not much of a difference between the micro/low stakes SnG's and cash games.

     
  13-Sep-18, 20:18   #23
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What about Disney stakes? I didn´t hear it anywhere... Well, call games is a different world for me- I don´t play it since when I began to play S&G, 6 or 7 months ago. And now I feel like if it is a rare situation where almost all of the players continue in your seat and the blinds don´t change. But I now that these game have a little less variance and I could play it with a bit small bankroll. Hmmmm...I think I have to try it again!! Smile

     
  15-Sep-18, 22:45   #24
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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What I like about cash games are:
• I can play whenever I would like to
• Unlike MTT's and STT's, I can play as little or as much as I like with no start or end times
• I can play on my terms. I can choose how much to bring to the table (I almost always buy in for the maximum amount allowed)

     
  16-Sep-18, 00:10   #25
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In the ancient age, I liked to play some short stack strategy in cash games. But you need a good traffic to leave the tables when you get a profit and keep in the "short" wave. This mode of playing was easy for made some bucks. I was a good premium's hunter, and I could wait quietly in the corner waiting for it Big Smile

     
  16-Sep-18, 04:56   #26
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greatgame3 

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Hi, great contribution, but I must confess that of all those I stay for a long time with the Boom, I can upload them to any social network and then download it so I can see how I lost again and again and again Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap! I have not tried the others that you mention in the post, I'm going this week to try them, thanks

     
  17-Sep-18, 05:43   #27
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Yeah, the "Boom! Hand Replayer" is probably the most popular poker hand replayer for its ease of use. I used to upload a bunch of hands to share with others. The problem with the "Boom! Hand Replayer" is that you can't manually delete or edit any hands afterwards.
Good luck at the tables!

     
  17-Sep-18, 10:51   #28
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The "Boom Hand Replayer" is a beautiful software. Is a shame that we couldn´t have it for another poker`s room. I think that some of them (888poker perhaps...) have a way to replay their hands but for sure they couldn´t upload for the social media and share its. By the way, I didn´t arrive to the stage for a serious analysis of my hands. I´m in a before step Disagree

     
  18-Sep-18, 13:24   #29
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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As far as I know, poker hands played at PokerStars (and nowhere else) can be uploaded to the "Boom!" web server, and the "Boom!" does not let PokerStars players to edit or customize their poker hand history, which can be inconvenient for certain players including myself.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (18 September 2018 @ 13:42 GMT)


     
  19-Sep-18, 12:29   #30
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Well, if this would be possible, we can tell about a beautiful winner`s history, don´t you think? Big Smile At least in my case, it could be desirable...By the way, you can do one interesting thing in Poker Star: you can ask them to send your personal hand`s history, and they will send to you since the first day that you start to play. I did it to charge the PT4

     
  19-Sep-18, 15:05   #31
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Yeah, I also requested my life-time PokerStars hand histories (cash game hands only) a few years back to upload them to my Hold'em Manager 2. I realized how horrific and reckless I was when I started playing cash games at PokerStars almost a decade earlier. I wasn't unlucky. I was simply a bad player.

     
  20-Sep-18, 13:11   #32
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Ha, ha, ha, the same thing happened to me! But I don´t improve so much since these times! Big Smile Big Smile I started playing poker online like a rebel act because in my work my chief didn´t give me anything to do like a punishing. Then, after I was bored with the solitaires, I found PokerStar. In the beginning, I make my own strategy: if the sum of the two cards brings me +14...I bet!! Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
  20-Sep-18, 16:16   #33
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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You can't imagine a more reckless and stupid poker player than I used to be. I was so bad. I think I blew $3,000 to $3,500 playing No-Limit Hold'em cash games (up to $5/$10 blinds) in less than 30 days, but I got numerous VIP rewards back in the good old days, so I guess I lost only $2,000ish in total at PokerStars.

     
  21-Sep-18, 13:57   #34
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Only $2000 Tony_MONTANA? I could have a heart attack with a loss like that! In Argentina you could pay to 10 people a minimum salary with these amount of money! But the reality in our countries is totally different, so I understand. As here get dollars is always difficult, I start with the old system of free bankroll (golden age). So I lost $ 20 of PokerStar, $ 50 of PartyPoker, and some more until I began with the freerolls (silver age) to make, cent by cent, my current $ 1500 poker`s bankroll Smile

     
  22-Sep-18, 15:45   #35
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Dollar Cool Dollar

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (22 September 2018 @ 16:44 GMT)


     
  23-Sep-18, 10:46   #36
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pajalnick 

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I prefer the game barbell Normally I play multifandom in tournaments I won several centers and find the center I start playing Titan Go and there I can raise a lot more money than in regular tournaments because a multi-tournament in tournaments I do not have the patience to wait for the prizes

     
  23-Sep-18, 20:13   #37
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Really we are living in a multiverse. If we raise the head of the daily affairs in which we buried, things are happening that we can`t believe. The countries differences, the cultural differences, the social-economics differences...and more. We really have to look at a high distance to find the human community! Smile

     
  27-Sep-18, 13:27   #38
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Yesterday I was extremely bored and played a bounty tournament (314 entrants) at partypoker for the first time in my life. I guess it was a deep-stack tournament, so there were plenty of room for play after the flop. It took me 5 to 6 hours to finish in 7th place (I was the final table bubble boy). It was way too long. I probably won't play a multi-table tournament again.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (27 September 2018 @ 13:56 GMT)


     
  27-Sep-18, 22:44   #39
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Really, 5 or 6 hours is a life! And the prizes there don´t seem very attractive, the difference could be the number of bounties that you got to $ 0,55 for each of them. Breakout poker have good bounties tourney for $ 2,10 of buy in. There I won a few of them with the subscription trough BRM promo, do you remember it?

     
  28-Sep-18, 18:30   #40
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Yeah, it was way too long. I almost never play a multi-table tournament. I really don't remember why I registered for a $0.22 buy-in bounty tournament. I tripled up in the early stage of the tournament, so I felt kind of obligated to play until I am done.
My prize was a laughable $0.93 ($0.83 + $0.10 ($0.05 x 2)).

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (28 September 2018 @ 18:39 GMT)


     
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