Rush Poker Training.
Originally Posted by rllngn
I was playing rush poker last night and noticed how often I left the hand early and clicked the fold to move to the next hand. I realize after I fold I get moved, but does it help to stick around to see who raises and how often. I tried both ways waiting until my turn and ending the hand early and moving on. I was able to collect and make more notes by waiting until my turn rather then rushing off to the next hand. I was wondering how you all feel about this?
I recently started playing Rush Poker Play Money as I wanted to learn how it was played. I basically have the same problem that you do. I started today slowing down as I've been zap, zap, zap until I think I have a winner. Today I started slowing down and in my opinion the slow way just might be best.
I'm not a huge money player being retired and lots of time on my hands. I don't get moved after each hand, but rather all the other players swoosh off to never never land. I do agree it would be nice to know how some of the hands you folded fared against the others so when they come back around you will know how to play them. At my age of 73 I don't see like I used to and 90% of the time when I win or lose I usually don't know what I won/lost too. It's a very interesting way to play, but can become addictive easily.