Originally Posted by ramdeebam
That question is way to vague to answer as everything you asked is so player depedant.
Which "people" say they're to hard to make money?
I mean; ask the top SnG STT player in the world who plays $1k+ STT's if they are difficult to make money when he's raking in 200k+ a year
Games are as soft as the players are. Therefore; what may seem difficult to you, will be easy for a better player etc.
If you feel you're better playing them than cash, then play STT's, everything else is irrelevant, buy-ins, experience, money etcetc all comes in time.
Thanks for the explanation, I feel I'm better at them than cash + tilt is easier to control when playing stt's (for me)
Originally Posted by dj11
Are you making money at them? << Seems like the only question you need to answer.
I don't know if I'm making money at them because I have a small sample size. I've only played around 100 of them in my life and they weren't all at one particular stake. I have played around 50 1.50$ at which I have been break even, played 30 7$ out of which I have won just under 20 and the rest were 3.50's which I don't remember how I played. This was however when I was starting out with poker and right now I feel like I would be able to beat 1.50$ and 3.50$ BI stt's and I might even be able to make a profit at the 7$ at my current skill level.
I will start playing them in January as I am away now and I won't be able to play poker for now.
I also wanted to ask if 100BI's is enough for 6max regular stt's ?