Originally Posted by tenbob
Usually a fish will just sit at any random table. A "reg", or decent player will be on the lookout for the fish constantly, and the best way to find one is to find a table with lots of players seeing flops and generally a higher than average pot size. So you will find that the reg's will be on the waiting lists almost instantly.
Most have table selection software to do this for them.
And this happens at 10NL?
I guess this is still microstakes but idiots do seem harder to find and there are some scarily good (to me) aggressive players.
Is it really worth joinng those queues? if I see waiting list of five players I just think whats the point. I would be joining a long list behind other people that are obviously good enough to know something about table selection and by the time I sit the table will have already been raped and will probably be getting screwed down and tight!
I guess its somewhat of a paradox.
Do you think there is logic in staying at one table if you are good enough to play a LAGGY yet solid that loosens up and tilts everyone else at the table?