The Stark Reality Of Sit And Go Poker Funding

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I played a complete list of Sit and Go games this weekend at Full Tilt Poker Stars and Cake Poker. I am pleased I made the upward trends in banking in each site, but not without the usual frustrating bad beats and coolers at random on the road on occasion.

 

The good thing about bad beats is that someone has made a mistake to play against, so really, they are required to give your back just because the undisputed laws of the mathematics of poker. Poor decisions will result, eventually, loss of money. However, poor decisions not necessarily start at the table. As I found while playing this weekend, board buy-in and competition is his first big decision.

You can see the lobby of a Sit & Go tournament while being filled, so when I play the $ 20 to $ 30 buy-ins that SharkScope my opponents before I commit. September 1 was $ 30 seated table that had 4 players waiting patiently for 5 more entries. I scope of each of those players who are all sharks with round-style graphics to heaven – the four of them I’m not kidding. Even when I play my best, these guys know how to adapt and exploit my weaknesses to the point that it was pointless for me to join that table. In fact, I think at least two of them should have resorted to play than sit and go. I mean why go for the toughest competition? So it was a good decision for me.

By joining other games that day at these levels however, the previous example was really weird. I researched all the rivals who had that day and found that most of the players playing above their bankroll. How I can know this? Well SharkScope not provide information as% return on investment, but also shows the total earnings and there is easily discernible that a player sitting on a dollar 30-table Sit & Go with negative lifetime income $ 338 should not simply be there.

A $ 20 and $ 30 Sit & Go tournaments its funds must be at least $ 500, for me, a $ 1.000 is probably more like it, especially if your skills are not up to par with a bankroll that can be filled with a “lucky” winner.

Here are some other observations of random players I saw in these pictures:

The total profit of $ 112 more than 2354 games.

The total profit (negative) – $ 3,225 more than 1,821 games.

The total profit (negative) – $ 1,003 over 231 games.

It went on and on. No wonder then that most players lose money playing online poker? You simply are not giving yourself a chance to win in the long term, game tables higher than the funds allow. Surprisingly, at least 4 out of 9 players per table looked the weekend there were over your bankroll and long-term losers Sit & Go tournaments.

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The Stark Reality Of Sit And Go Poker Funding

poker funding January 2nd, 2011

I played a complete list of Sit and Go games this weekend at Full Tilt Poker Stars and Cake Poker. I am pleased I made the upward trends in banking in each site, but not without the usual frustrating bad beats and coolers at random on the road on occasion.

 

The good thing about bad beats is that someone has made a mistake to play against, so really, they are required to give your back just because the undisputed laws of the mathematics of poker. Poor decisions will result, eventually, loss of money. However, poor decisions not necessarily start at the table. As I found while playing this weekend, board buy-in and competition is his first big decision.

You can see the lobby of a Sit & Go tournament while being filled, so when I play the $ 20 to $ 30 buy-ins that SharkScope my opponents before I commit. September 1 was $ 30 seated table that had 4 players waiting patiently for 5 more entries. I scope of each of those players who are all sharks with round-style graphics to heaven – the four of them I’m not kidding. Even when I play my best, these guys know how to adapt and exploit my weaknesses to the point that it was pointless for me to join that table. In fact, I think at least two of them should have resorted to play than sit and go. I mean why go for the toughest competition? So it was a good decision for me.

By joining other games that day at these levels however, the previous example was really weird. I researched all the rivals who had that day and found that most of the players playing above their bankroll. How I can know this? Well SharkScope not provide information as% return on investment, but also shows the total earnings and there is easily discernible that a player sitting on a dollar 30-table Sit & Go with negative lifetime income $ 338 should not simply be there.

A $ 20 and $ 30 Sit & Go tournaments its funds must be at least $ 500, for me, a $ 1.000 is probably more like it, especially if your skills are not up to par with a bankroll that can be filled with a “lucky” winner.

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The total profit of $ 112 more than 2354 games.

The total profit (negative) – $ 3,225 more than 1,821 games.

The total profit (negative) – $ 1,003 over 231 games.

It went on and on. No wonder then that most players lose money playing online poker? You simply are not giving yourself a chance to win in the long term, game tables higher than the funds allow. Surprisingly, at least 4 out of 9 players per table looked the weekend there were over your bankroll and long-term losers Sit & Go tournaments.

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