This is a discussion on Cash Vs. MTT'S within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; I have a tough time adjusting to the style I should be playing on cash tables from MTT'S. I know that there are players on
I have a tough time adjusting to the style I should be playing on cash tables from MTT'S. I know that there are players on here that only play cash tables and if someone could give me some advice on what I'm doing wrong. I play a tight aggressive style of play but always seem to get beat by draw hands, like suited connectors. Any help would be appreciated.
16th March 2013, 3:26 PM
If you're playing micro-stakes cash, it's pretty hard to lose over a significant sample size IF you're actually playing TAG. What I see fairly often though is people who think they're TAGs but who really aren't. A couple of things such players tend to do that aren't optimal are open-limping and calling too loosely, including OOP.
16th March 2013, 6:19 PM
Thanks arj, I'll keep that in mind. I do at times limp to try and trap especially when there are players at the table who are aggressive bettors. I appreciate the input thanks!
16th March 2013, 7:30 PM
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re: Poker & Cash Vs. MTT'S
its just your choice I prefer multitable tournaments. Actually I am not bad at cashgames but I like more MTTs. or SNG... cashgames are pretty tough on psychological side... in MTT they are sometimes very long but I like to improve my stack and later phase around bubble and that feelings when you get ITM, then on Final table... And how about win?
16th March 2013, 7:40 PM
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I think player must decide what he wanna play.
Soemone prefer big deep playing (100bb and more ) and will play cash or deepstack mtt and other ppl can more like short playing and will play Turbos sng/mtt
This is only your choice