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right on.its not about win big in a hurry,its all about staying cool grinding out the wins and manage bankroll. Blink

     
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Don't play too many hands!!

The "tight agressive style" implies this, but newcomers always seem to think poker is about winning the most hands. It's not, it's about winning money. You can win more in one hand then you do in 10.

     
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micro stakes cashgames:

Don't bluff a callingstation, he will win with his/her bottom pair!!

     
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micro stakes is a bankroll eater in my opinion Big Smile - prolly still the best to learn poker tho.

     
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great post
All true of corse
And i can not think of anything to add. Cool

I am a guilty party to this.

     
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weak aces are for the muck... I think for new players, its the hardest lesson to learn Big Smile


     
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Posted by T3ddyKGB:
micro stakes is a bankroll eater in my opinion Big Smile - prolly still the best to learn poker tho.


Indeed, it is for me when i stick to my regular play.
At the moment i am building from €7 so i have to stick to TAG grinding the micro stakes Smile

     
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nice, but i think the luck is the hardest enemy in this game

     
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Posted by Phospate22:
nice, but i think the luck is the hardest enemy in this game


Poker luck is an issue related to the fishy players. For a decent player there is no luck, just variance, because a good player focus on the long term, fishes focus at the present moment.

You will have winning momnets, loosing moments and also break even moments. If you play situations with positive expected value you will win on the long run.

     
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Posted by racpxt:
You will have winning momnets, loosing moments and also break even moments. If you play situations with positive expected value you will win on the long run.


+1 Smile

Well spoken Thumbs Up Worship

The more games you play, the less luck is involved.

     
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Great post Cool

Very usefull for the new ones Worship

     
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Posted by stoney024:
Good post!

Thx, mate. Thumbs Up

very nice post
I can just saw, play carefull and DONT rist all your money on one hand
I always start with NL5/10 when i build a BR(offcouse i takes time ) in with 2-3 Dollar leave the table when with a + off 20-30% on titan my BR is right now 133 Dollar


     
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Posted by doomdy:

Dont enter the table if you see the name Turbo....


I never play Turbo, not in Cash, not in Sit&Go, not in Tournaments.....

     
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I'm a new player and like the turbo tournament.
You don't need to spend all day at table.

     
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good post doomdy, i think it will help some new players Thumbs Up
P.S turbo tournaments sucks

     
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thanks..
its really help me to bulid my bankroll

     
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Posted by paldcs:
Posted by doomdy:

Dont enter the table if you see the name Turbo....


I never play Turbo, not in Cash, not in Sit&Go, not in Tournaments.....


Turbo SnG and Tournaments are quicker but more "random". But a good player can be very profitable on both. You can get a better %ROI on regulars but your $/hr can be as equal or greater playing turbos. But if you are a beginner: AVOID THEM, to expensive to learn.

Exception: the DoN SnG, turbos are better. In this games you want to play a lot of them, the quickest as possible. Heads Up SnG can be an exception too. But as a beginner run away from HU, to tricky and can be a quick way to go broke.

Turbo cash games? No problem about it, unless you are a massive mutitabler. I can play 4 turbo/speed tables without any problem, more than that can be a little problem, not a big one. A beginner who just plays 1 or 2 tables will not have any problem with this tables. So no reason to avoid them. Many fish/donks love this tables because they like to play more hands/hr, so they can be an advantage.

     
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Very nice post Worship

     
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1)play pocket pairs for set value, if the action comes to you folded open raise, if there is a raise and 1 caller u can call a small amount to see a cheap flop, if there is a lot of limpers you can limp also.
2)if there is a raise and a re raise FOLD! in this situation play KK AA. get urself out of trouble with dominated hands like KQ, KJ, AQ. (even JJ / QQ is not that good against a raise-re raise situation.)
3) play Suited conectors with position and never call a raise out of position with this kind of hands.
4) try to steal the blinds often but with hands that may get some value post flop. (dont try to steal with 72o or J2.. just bcuz u saw Phil ivey doing it)
5) dont complet your small blind with garbaje, at the long run this cost money.


i really wish that this advice may help you....

     
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Do NOT multitable until you've survived at least 10,000 hands on 1 table. You will probably suck 10 times as bad playing 4 tables versus 1 and lose your money even quicker.

     
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