Originally Posted by Kryminal
So table choice is a factor but that means possibly paying in some money to get a feel for the table?
When do you know that its time to stop playing for the day (ive trouble knowing when to leave)?
Like I said, I play 6 max. 6 Max is a little of a looser game than FR, however when people start showing stats of 12/12/0 six/seven hands in, I've posted 2.5 BBs and know I can steal their BBs should their traits continue.
As for when to get up?
I would reccomend you set a limit for yourself. Make a quick little notepad or excel entry - name of table, max players, blinds, time you came to the table, how much you bought in for, and how much you're going to try to win. (Say, 30% of a buy-in). Or how much you're willing to lose. Once you're up 30% of a buy-in, or whatever limit you set yourself to, leave the table.
At least until you know where you're at. For instance, I found that when I'm playing a loose-aggressive hit and run game - I play one table, buy in for 50 BBs, when I get to 75 BBs I leave the table. And I'm ussually good for about 2 hours before I see a decline in my win rate, then I chalk it up to fatigue, and take a break.