Originally Posted by flint
Cash games is a thing of its own.
First of all in many situations the cash game tend to be looser than tournaments.
Second of all, cash games can be very frustrating, it is almost impossible to get me into tilt on tournaments but with cash games it happens. Ok, so in a tournament you get drawn out a few times, in cash games some lucky bstrd can draw out on you over and over and over and over again.
Third, You're not playing to play for chips. Your strategy has to change. You are trying to maximize profits while minimizing risk. There is no super glory to jeopordize your stack to get anothers stack.
Pretty much the opposite of this^^.
$1500 is plenty of br for $25nl, although if you are very conservative you could even start at $10nl until you feel comfortable in the cash games.
is an article that you might find helpful.
Here is a quote that you might find useful:
"Tournaments you are usually trying to put pressure on and get your opponents to fold their hands to you. Whereas cash games you are typically trying to hit a better hand and get paid off." -- Paul Wasicka