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less time = higher limits?  +1   
If you are going to spend less time playing poker should you play a higher stake?higher buy in etc.
less = at lest half.
Or is it just best to stay at normall limits.

     
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No. If you play less tables, you may be able to move up in stakes, cause you can concentrate better on every sigle hand. But the time spent at the tables should have no influence.

     
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hmm i think its no good idea as you can read everywhere poker is a patience game.
if you walk this way you automatic play more risky hands and opponents in a higher level probably could have more skills as the player in lower limits.
2 reasons to lose more money than to earn imo
i would call this hidden - or creeping tilt mode Blink

Edited by ChoonT (15 February 2009 @ 15:03 GMT)


     
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Weeeeeeeee

That's Donk talk B1ggy, control your bankroll FTW!

     
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Lol, well looks like its a no then.
I dont use bankrollmanagment anymore Shock
Sometimes i play low sometimes i will play high.
But shokaku has a valid point, i could stop playing 2-3 tables and play one.
And like you say FTW lol, think ill be playing 50/1
Agree
BTW was playing drunk last night on 50/1 and out donked them all,from 50 to 190 in about 5-6 rounds then left without guilt lol.

Edited by B1gfoot (15 February 2009 @ 17:40 GMT)


     
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If you normaly play on the higher limit there should not be any problem. But if it is the frist time, expected time spent is not the reason to move up the limits.

     
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No, absolutely not.

I'm not able to play higher limits.

To play there I should have a strong skill and strong bankroll Tongue

     
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I'm partial to a bit of irresponsable NL100 donking on FT from time to time. I wouldn't do it with a bankroll I had been building though. I deposit and cashout with in hours.

I have to have my fix of higher limit every now and then, it's a guilty pleasure that hasn't proved to be costly yet.

     
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Nah not the first time MrMan, been a few times when iv sat with full bankroll at the table, i know its a big NO NO but im a big boy now lol.
See im thinking if im only gonna play possably only 4hrs a week then i may aswell have fun with it. I can (did) quite happily lose $150 on casino games so why not at the table were i have a bit of controll.(if it starts to show damage ill drop down)

     
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Just don't do it with your last $100 and I'm sure you'll be fine Big Smile

     
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But i thought you guys would bail me out lol.
No i think ill put a limt to what im excepting to go down too, probably 2k.
But it wont go down it will go UP......UP..............and.......................UP. Big Smile

     
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nah that would ruin your bankroll management if you have one. Stay at the lower limits and just use less time.

     
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Posted by B1gfoot:
If you are going to spend less time playing poker should you play a higher stake?higher buy in etc.
less = at lest half.
Or is it just best to stay at normall limits.


Depends on what results you expect and what set of skills you got.

     
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yes i would do it, if my bankroll would be enough to do it.

     
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I voted "no".
Your bankroll should dictate what limits you should play. The amount of time you spend playing shouldn't have any affect on this...

But then again - bankroll management is there to help you safely move up the limits and prevent you from going broke. If losing everything is not a concern - you can play whatever limits you want.

Just my 2c...

     
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I think most of us want to try to play a higher limit than the bankrollmanagment allows you to.

If you make up you mind in front that this is only for one or two buy-ins and move down after that, then it is ok to test how it is on the higher limits.
But you must not keep playing on a limit that your bankroll can't hold.

     
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If you proved you can beat that higher limit. Yes!
If your a losing player on that level or your BR says no. No!


     
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as playing on donk-planet at absolute i´m thinking about of this action now...
what happens at the 0,05/0,10 nl there.. cant believe it...
how can the guy go all in after the flop with A73 .. me A6 and he calls all in with A9 ^^ what a kicker ^^ another calls this all in because 73 were Club and he had a flush draw...
but i dont think that the way of play is one limit higher different or?

     
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Posted by ChoonT:
as playing on donk-planet at absolute i'm thinking about of this action now...
what happens at the 0,05/0,10 nl there.. cant believe it...
how can the guy go all in after the flop with A73 .. me A6 and he calls all in with A9 ^^ what a kicker ^^ another calls this all in because 73 were Club and he had a flush draw...
but i dont think that the way of play is one limit higher different or?

Loll, i am sorry to say that at 1 limit higher the donks are the same.
Be happy, the more donks the better Worship

     
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No, and definately no, you should always play the limit your BR can handle... Because you will see it in 0 in little time Tongue

     
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