Originally Posted by Aaron Soto
Whats your Study/Playing time comparison.
I personally, try to commit 2 hours for every 4-5 hours played.
I am wondering what is a good ratio for this? I am also wondering? Is there sense of too much studying? Like over studying to where it is just boring of reading the same old stuff?
Position, Ranges, Equity, etc. What is something that would really, really, help me out in 25NL 6 max
It depends. 2 hours for every 4-5 hours played is probably the minimum. That's often what I spend on a session review alone.
On average it's probably going to be 50-50 or 60-40 between playing and studying.
Once I'll be more convinced of the level of my play that might lower to 75-25 or 80-20 between playing and studying, but never lower than that.
There's no such thing as over-studying. Study is how you get your game to a good level, and study is how you keep it there when the game changes. Just vary it up, and try to focus on one or two aspects at a time instead of just bulldozing through books.
As an aside: no disrespect but what would really help you out at 25NL 6-max is dropping to 5NL 6-max instead. That'll be filled with regs as well but they'll be generally a little worse. Learn to beat that first before jumping into 25NL.
The game is no longer as easy as it was 5-8 years ago (and back then it wasn't as easy as it was 10-15 years ago). Starting from the bottom is often a necessity to improve and eventually crush.