This is a discussion on FT in a MTT! now what? within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; hey guys i just made my second final table in a mtt for my past two mtt! its been my first two mtts in a
hey guys i just made my second final table in a mtt for my past two mtt! its been my first two mtts in a while (wins: 1st mtt was a $3 40 player sat rebuy tournament and the 2nd was a $2 580 player mtt). i usually play only sngs with occasional tries at ring games because i did horrible in mtts before. i decided to try and play a lot more mtts and and was wondering, how playing mtts can affect your br (in terms of br swings) and if there are guys that only play sngs and mtts...anyone out there with advice?
Your ROR (rate of return) will be much higher in SnGs than in MTTs but your ROI (return on investment) will, normally, be the opposite.
All this obviously depends on how good a player you are.
6th November 2008, 12:50 AM
Poker at: Pokerstars
As long as your buy in is 5% of your BR. You should have no problems playing MMT's. If you buy in higher you may run into some BR issues. I say, play what your comfortable with. I love my ROI to be higher. If I am just looking to play lots of hands I play SNG's.
6th November 2008, 1:20 AM
Online Poker at: Not Juicy St
re: Poker & FT in a MTT! now what?
Oddly enough, I only play MTT. I've only played very few Sit&Goes. Those that I played, I kept busting on the bubble.
6th November 2008, 1:53 AM
I love both small SNGs and mediam MTT. I cant really deal with the 1k plus people, but rebuy is a nice alternative if you like to see those big numbers in the payouts