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Postby Itive1982 » Sat Sep 02, 2006 6:59 pm

Let me be the first to say that the bigger cash game you play doesnt mean that the player is good. the only thing that it means when you see a guy winning or losing at a big table is that he has enough money to play the table there. I ahve played $5-$10 blinds and I have played .10c-.20c  I think the people that play .10-.20 play better actually. cause they will fold something like a flush draw that has the river to come and they need only a diamond. If yoru playing $5-$10 blinds...someone will go all in, and you will call with a set, and then they will suck out on you. take it from me, cause thats what happens to me every week. Now, I only play tourneys and sit and go's   Screw ring games unless you play small blinds.
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Postby Pred1984 » Sat Sep 02, 2006 7:40 pm

While there can be various reasons for moving up, a key on in my mind is simply to make more money per hour.  This involves not only the difference in stakes, but also how many tables you can play simultaneously and your win rate.  

Also, while there are various guidelines out there for how large your bankroll should be to play at a particular level, they apply to playing regularly.  Stepping up to try a higher level as a one- or two time trial (more times if you're successful) isn't the same thing, so the same ratios don't necessarily apply.
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Postby Bours1966 » Sat Sep 02, 2006 8:39 pm

I agree, I think it is important to play within your means.  They say for instance if your playing ring games to put about 10% of your bankroll in the game.  Meaning you should join something that fits to 10% of your bankroll or if you don't feel comfortable go lower however don't go any higher than 10%.
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Postby Infichice » Sat Sep 02, 2006 8:52 pm

This is VERY good advice took me about 500 dollars and 2 months to realize that....if i ever get teh feeling that im not the best or one the best players at the table i go down a limit ....
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Postby William34maby » Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:07 am

I dont think I consistently agree with anyones opinions. Only in politics threads really..and that would be kizzy, you, joeysteele and niall.

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