Free Rolls, what are they good for?
I always thought a free roll was good personally for the free money? A way to pass time by. Then it hit me, free rolls are actually a safe way to get better, a way to test your endurance, and the best part it's actually cheap doesn't cost you a dime, and to boot, you could actually make money if you win.
Now to the bad beats that happen in them, that personally is something that you can't controll, it's out of the realm of controllability, so there-fore you really don't need to get all worked up because you took a bad beat that cost you, your tourney life. Earlier today I played in a 8000 Free roll on Party poker
. I took some of the worst beats possible yet, I still managed to finish 72. Even in the End I risked my last 600k With AA against the chip leader who refused to fold A9s even though I was a huge favorite in the hand, I came out the loser, and with the fact of knowing that I made the right move, at the right time, only to get donked really doesn't bother me at all. Cuz you see the point in my free rolls isn't really to win each and everyone of them (I try for that also ), but the point is so I can get better, there-fore somehow manage to actually win the bigger tourneys with less donkish type of players, and who knows maybe I might even win the Mill (even though I seriously choked all 4 times I've ever played in it ). With this I bid you all fairwell, and god speed!