Originally Posted by Stu_Ungar
Steal lots in position and if the blinds dont roll over and play dead, find another table!
Ok, that makes sense. I was misunderstanding when people would talk about table selection. I thought they were observing the tables and then deciding whether to join or not. I thought this odd, because most tables, especially micros, will fill up in a matter of seconds.
Here's another quick table selection question:
When searching for a table in micros (6max 1c/2c), which one would be better and why?
Table A: 5 players, avg. pot- $.15c, Players per flop- 42%, 80 hands/hr
Table B: 5 players, avg. pot- $.42c, Players per flop- 35%, 85 hands/hr
Table C: 5 players, avg. pot- $.1.15, Players per flop- 30%, 77 hands/hr
btw, thanks for the answers so far.