re: Poker & I searched and I cannot find the Answer I need
I never really thought about it but i buy in for 30 big bets but it doesnt really matter how much you buy in for, as marginal said. As for standing up though, i dont think you should as long as you are winning. when you are up and have a decent size stack people see you as a better player and this intimidates the other players giving you big advantage. also if i win at one table and move to another i typically lose at that table so i have learned to avoid doing that. if you are losing though, i think that you should only lose what you want to lose in a session at one table then stand up but don't sit back at another table. you may be playing bad or have bad cards, both of which are going to follow you to the next table, at least in my experience. the only time i think you should switch tables is if a particular player is giving you trouble, in which case you should learn how to play against that type of player.