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Do you run (leave the table) if you win a big pot at cash table? (e.g. allin)

     
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people fear a big stack and I like to play deep - so I'm more inclined to stay.

The hit and run players are normally just bad players that don't trust themselves with a full stack.

The short stackers will also leave upon a double up - that is their strategy - they may be good at SSS but they're usually bad players too.

     
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Usually I play some hands more, just to increase stack because it's easier to bluff Big Smile Big Smile
Then I prefer to change table and ''cashin'' the winning

     
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I usually hit and run only if I've playing for a long time on that table, if it's just 5-10 mins after I joined, I'll stay and keep playing.

     
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Depends how long I've been playing. If I'm coming to an end of a session and going to take a break soon its good to leave on a high. Why wait til a bad beat takes half your winnings back. When would you rather leave? After a bad beat or after a good hand.

I never leave when I'm down. I can't face it. If I've got half my original stack left I have a tendency to blow the rest cos in the heat of the moment I'd rather leave with zero or leave up. It's not a good way to think imo.

     
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It depends on how it was won, if iv made a bad call/play etc for whatever reason and get lucky id leave, but if iv just out played someone then ill stay and be a bully.
But depends on the table too, if iv been there a while or not, if its 1st hand etc.

     
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I don't play at high limits, cause I'm beginner Big Smile Usually leave the table when I gathered 3x (or sometimes only 2x) my buy-in. But I don't like palyin cash games, I prefer SNG or freeroll tourneys.

     
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i would have to say yes i do, when i play cash games thats my aim, double up and leave.....sucess!! Big Smile

     
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i try win a little better more before leave

     
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Yeah, i do it when its a really big pot Tongue

     
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Posted by awood88:
Depends how long I've been playing. If I'm coming to an end of a session and going to take a break soon its good to leave on a high. Why wait til a bad beat takes half your winnings back. When would you rather leave? After a bad beat or after a good hand.



This is a wrong mind set. In poker you can only play your best to win you can't run from bad beats, you wont hit less bad beats by leaving. Wether you lose half of your winnings in the current session or the same amount in a loss where you just sat at the table gives the same result. Cash game is all about playing the specific hand value vs the specific player the best way no matter if you are near the end of your session, in the start, just won or just lost.

So if you are a winning player, more hands equals more money Smile

I only hit and run if I had planned to leave in the first case, meaning I only leave if I think the players at the table are better than me and im only playing the orbit untill blinds reach me but was lucky to pick up a hand.

     
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Hit and run no never thats such poor play... and carma Thumbs Down

     
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Hit and run if I'm playing high stakes (where durrrr, antonius usually plays) is a possibility as the money would certainly be VERY important. I'm not durrrr who only plays for challenges...

     
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I double up and leave the table only when I start SSS session. However I mix my play very often so with BSS I take many different factors into consideration when making a decision about leaving/staying at the table. If I have good reads on my opponents and they are bad players - I definitely stay. If it's possible to win 5 buy-ins instead of 1 from them, why not do that, right? Smile

     
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Yes, I usually leave the table if I win a big pot. It's because people whose lost money into that pot often try to win following pots and even they have dominated hands, they would find 2outs on the river or something and I get HUGE tilt after actions like that.

     
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90% of the times I play SSS and then i hit and run - usually when I double up. But when I play BSS I play untill I have to go or if I want to play sng's instead.

     
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hit and run? why not?
you can cash your winnings and keep on playing on other tables...
it depends on a lot of factor but generally i don't think it's a wrong idea

     
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It really depends on the type of table and the type of players! If the players in the table are lose I will probably stay in the table and try to increase my stack Smile But most of the times if I double my stack I run from the table and I enter in another table with the initial amount.

I think that is the right thing to do! cash games Poker is all about respecting our bankroll.


     
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Posted by Dellbo99:
people fear a big stack and I like to play deep - so I'm more inclined to stay.

The hit and run players are normally just bad players that don't trust themselves with a full stack.

The short stackers will also leave upon a double up - that is their strategy - they may be good at SSS but they're usually bad players too.



Chris Ferguson used his strategy to buy-in with 5% of his bankroll and leave when he has more than 10% when he did his $0 to $10,000 challenge. Do you think he is a bad player ?

     
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Why run? It may just be your lucky seat Cool

     
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