This is a discussion on Loose vs tight my graph 1154 hands within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I though i would post my graph for the past 3 months, and i know it is a small amount of hands, thought i would
I though i would post my graph for the past 3 months, and i know it is a small amount of hands, thought i would post it anyway. I wished i would of saved all of the hand data.
Not bad for only playing 20 days and thats less then an hour a day.
17th April 2009, 4:38 PM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Very nice! Everyone has a style they are most comfortable with and that's what seems to work best for them. I like to shake my play up a bit - especially if I'm at one particular table for any length of time. Personally, I think tight/aggressive is the way to go but there are pros out there with a loose/aggressive style (Gus Hansen) comes to mind.
So do what is comfortable & profitable for you.
17th April 2009, 4:54 PM
I played that many hands last night.
17th April 2009, 5:36 PM
Poker at: Full Tilt
Game: NL Hold'Em
Its a good start but a very small sample size. It looks like you were playing 2NL. At those stakes its all about playing tight and playing as many tables as you are comfortable with.
17th April 2009, 5:47 PM
Online Poker at: carbon poker
Interesting graph, but I question exactly how you determine what "loose" and "tight" are. I think to make this more scientific you would need to establish some concrete parameters on what cards you would play, calls and raises you would make, etc; to better define what your terms imply.
17th April 2009, 7:22 PM
re: Poker & Loose vs tight my graph 1154 hands
not to bad. its taking a while though to build up the bankroll, you should of started with like $10
17th April 2009, 9:12 PM
Online Poker at: PS play cash
My BR is at a real good point, right now, but still below 100.00 bucks.
Loose i was playing as low, as 45os, and tight is PP and cards higher then 1010.
So i think i am sticking with tight/aggressive, it seams to be working for me, and i may start doing 2 tables at a time.