I leave when I double my chip stack to protect what I have won. I add chips when I'm short stacked. I have seen many times where players double up to lose their stack to AA, any bad beat or suck out.
2nd March 2017, 3:23 AM
It's not really a question of amount, except that if you end up with more than 10% of your bankroll on the table (and people cover you) then you should quit. It's a question of whether or not the game is good and whether or not you are capable of playing well.
The above post asked a similar question with lots of suggestions!
2nd March 2017, 10:56 AM
Poker at: Ignition/BOL
It feels like I get an advantage sometimes if I have 2 or 3x starting stack. There is risk, but if you play your game there's always a chance to stack em.
2nd March 2017, 11:06 AM
re: Poker & Leaving the table
Don't think about set money, otherwise you wont maximise your profits. Have a set time to play for like 3 hours. If you lose a lot before the end then of course leave but if you're winning and the table is profitable, why bother leaving? The easiest way to make money is by having a big stack.
2nd March 2017, 11:47 AM
Poker at: PokerStars
Game: NL Holdem
I play for MSS, 4-6 tables.
Dual stack and I change table.