This is a discussion on ATTRACTIVE PRICES AND POKER within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I think players should be all the time acting like they are trading chips, so a seller should always try to sell his chips at
I think players should be all the time acting like they are trading chips, so a seller should always try to sell his chips at the highest possible price, and a buyer logically should or should try to save as many chips as he can until he gets the opportunity to be able to sell them. But how to do this, the answer may be to know a little more about attractive prices. You've already stopped to think about why there are so many prices with end 9 in stores. Why do these values move so much with the heads of buyers and sellers? Do you see any relationship between this and poker?
saving chips during tournaments can be a good way to stay alive, even if you do not know how to fold them in the bubble or when you need to, it will be a problem .. And also, if you are short, and have a good hand ( AKs, AQs, KK, AA, QQ,) any of these, when you go all in, if you have someone at the table with a very big difference of chips for what you have it will pay, and the BAD has chances to come , and yet it is profitable for the chip leader to pay, I guess the right one, is to always be in the chip average at least, so you work better