Originally Posted by juiceeQ
Moving up in levels usually helps to cut back on the suck-outs, but I've found that it usually doesn't make a difference until the $1/$2 level and up.
Have to agree here, and i am wondering about the posts before this one.
Are we working on a rule of thumb situation as to when it is right to move up?
This is just my opinion and i am aware that some players cant afford to move up for various reasons, but penny games will not help you to improve your game other than getting a feel for real money
tables, and even then apart from getting used to the rules/site etc it will harm your game long term.
For the sake of a few extra $$ per session it might be better to play at quarter games as a starter.
If only to not give you the false impression of real money tables by playing 0.5/0.10
I know this is a touchy subject and as i have already said, this is just my opinion nothing else.
But long term success at 0.5/0.10 will only give you a false impression on things that lay ahead, and more worryingly give you very bad habits.
I know that we all have to start somewhere but its wise to not start where there is nothing to be learned and where you may find yourself spending weeks/months honing your skills only to find that you are now the proud owner of very poor/bad habits.
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