This is a discussion on How to accurately test my knowledge and ability within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hello,
I am new to the site. I hope to learn as much as possible and help others with anything that I can to improve
I am new to the site. I hope to learn as much as possible and help others with anything that I can to improve their game.
I have a lot of experience in the free online poker sites with Imo exceptional results.
I have been playing casino cash and tournaments recently. I have done pretty well. I am a poor white boy with no bankroll (cash) to be able to play my game and not be playing with scared money. I am excellent at bankroll management.
However, I am needing a true test of my ability and knowledge and stamina for tournament games. Any suggestions on how to get a accurate evaluation of my current skills???
I think it's about that time. I am going to study hard and learn about every aspect of the game asap. I have a good grasp but that's not good enough for me.
Lastly, how does a person go about getting steaked? A few friends who have played against me have offered me a little, but I want to have a steak of 200 bb minimum so I'm not playing with scared money and the occasional bad beats and shit runs are not worrisome!!!
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buy poker tracker 4 play a decent amount of hands go over your play with a group or someone who is winning on the regular etc... those would be my suggestions... I DO NOT USE pt4 at this time during games cause have a crappy cpu right now BUT i do take downtime study days etc... if im not constantly winning daily go over what coulda did differently how to play a hand at what point in tournament etc...
p.s. is staking thread here if look above in forum....
November 18th, 2019, 3:56 PM
Join Date: Nov 2019
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I totally agree, finding a coach (or player who is better than you and winning) is the best way to see if you are playing well.
November 19th, 2019, 6:44 PM
Join Date: May 2019
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I know one player who won hundred thousands (if not million) in online poker suggested to start from 18 man, because you can see all phases: 1) deep phase and improve post flop, 2) final table buble phase and so on.
My plan would be build decent bankroll by free rolls. I would play 9max cash 100 000 hands (less variance and more acurate winrate) if you want to be closer to tournaments you can play 1 table SnG.