re: Poker & Gone Busto
piece of advice coming up about super turbos: ok, so i got 10$ to fool tilt poker alright? worked it up to 50, down to 30, so never mind, got to 20 eventually, decided to play some 2$ heads-up super turbos. and i play and play and i move up to about 45$ or so, and eventually this player comes, moves all in very first hand, i have something like KQs i think, i make the call, since i was thinking: heck, KQs i well above this fishes all in first hand, shows something stupid like 74o, he wins, and, if you know, it asks you if you want to play again against that player, i click yes, so does he, he moves all in first hand, i have something stupid, i think i can fold a few hands to find a better spot, second hand he moves all in again. i fold again, third hand we get it all in, i show 88 or something like this, he has 2 over J9, he wins.
about this moment i feel like i should play as many as possible against this player as he moves all in every single hand. i managed to win 1 and give me some how, but that's about it, and soon i went broke playing just this 1 player moving all in every hand, sometimes getting blinded off waiting for any decent hand, and even if i doubled up i was either even with him or a small chip leader.
so what i am trying to say is that you should not play super turbos no matter what you do. because there is almost no skill involved, and anyone with a little luck can win above all you poker skills that just don't apply when it comes to shoving almost any 2.