In cash games, when do you leave the table?
Do you have a 'formula' for when you get up and call it a night?
I have a gf that is a casino's wet dream. All she knows how to do is play until her money is gone (table games and slots
... not poker). She can be up $1K, and all that means is that she is going to be sitting there longer.
Casino games are nothing but pricey entertainment for anyone, but for her it's always REALLY expensive entertainment. She has no clue how to walk when she's ahead.
From the beginning of my real money
playing (a few months ago) I have always felt like I should have some kind of break point where if I get to a certain point (ie double your buy in or whatever) I cash out and build the bankroll.
Depending on luck and maybe real loose opponents, it's not hard to imagine you could reach such a set point in 5 minutes. Then what? Bolt?
Doesn't seem right.
Oh poker wizards, please tell me the criteria you use to decide to quit any given game.