This is a discussion on Cash table help within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Ive made a few some slight adjustments and doing very well tourney wise. Very happy with that.
I moving to cash play online and its very
Ive made a few some slight adjustments and doing very well tourney wise. Very happy with that.
I moving to cash play online and its very different to my live play. I did find it really helped stepping up from .2/.4 to .10/.20.
I have three weekends in a row took my weekly free roll earnings and grind them. Once i win enough for a new buy in i split the tables. I usually turn a a ten times over profit to hit the wall almost at the same time on each table. Thats another thread for sure.
My problem is how can you get away from a full house. I have to say its a coincidence every time i get around 10 times the buy in i come to a really super beat by better houses or better.
Is this just one of those things you just ignore and assume im just not suppose to be profitable online? Not going to tell you live that i havent lost this way. But percentage wise i do see it at a higher rate online. Or am i just putting to much value in houses online? i guess that was a vent with a possible help cry. thanks.
Table Display - Screen versus Table resolution on Pokerstars - Need advice
September 26th, 2019 3:16 PM
Join Date: Jun 2019
Online Poker at: 888 Poker
Typically you are not supposed to get away from a full house 100BB deep. At least not on a single paired board. Of course its different, if the board is AAAK2, and you have 22, then you should absolutely be able to fold your full house. Or even if the board is AA773, and you have 87, then you should also be able to fold. For cash games it is recommended bankroll management to have at least 30 buyins for the limit, you play, and 50 is better. So for 20NL at least 600$ is needed, and 1.000$ is better.