Originally Posted by BenLZ
25nl seems to be a transitional level. At 50NL there's some decent play, still beatable, some people don't like it because they call it a nitfest and many of the 50nl tables will be tighter tables. Stealing blinds at them are still pretty easy though - you get a lot of these multitablers - some of who are good and some who are just bad and have never been profitable. These people are not looking for a fighter OOP, but I really start to look at table selection at 50NL.
Some people hate 50NL but its been my most profitable game. I think you have to care about the stakes you play in. I haven't played much in 10nl, but definitely try 25nl and maybe even 50nl since the styles of play do vary.
excellent reply bud, thanks. This is the kind of info I need.
Currently as Im learning, I play 4 tables of 5nl, or 2 of 10nl, or one at 25nl, and block out any distractions, my button play is good, I think, and I can bluff wel on scary boards, and get away with it.
Thing is, Ive built my br up over a year or so, playing micro sngs/mtts, so to put $25 on a table at a time is still scaring me, particularly against a shove when I have TPTK, I still doubt my hand. I know it's scared play, thats why Im practising at 5nl/10nl till I get used to it, as at mtts/sngs I have no problems calling an all-in shove with TPTK......
thanks for advice sir.