re: Poker & Tournaments or regular tables?
THere is also the big win. 7 hours of play can get you 1000 is really hard to grind out 1000 dollars unless your playing high stakes in ring.
The swings in ring at high levels can be epic lol and you can lose rolls of cash very quickly.
Case in point 3 events this morning lost for chip lead position all of them with qq against qq and aa lmao
kk against aa lmao
and aa against jj when hit a set. So I lost freerolls and 1.10 cents which can live with and have now walked away for hour and half waiting on noon freerolls cause not about to throw any money away when yep getting great hands last two days but getting set into big hands and beats
Now if had played last two days in ring with a stack? 2-4 for 1000 bankroll?
I would be down about 6k lmfao I figure.
That is HELLISHLY ROUGH.
I played hmmm 8 months really high stakes mostly with named professionals think largest lost in day was 265. That was mostly clonie gowen annie duke hell mouth etc... picked tables pros sat at etc.. I recouped the days lost in ring by playing 10 or so mtt's lol
cause I know when to walk away and when to run imho haha.
Yet was making 5-6k a month during that time playing mtts and basically grinding even. No huge wins at ring etc.. just daily 40 to few hundred dollar wins.
I was hott at that time and had some big months honestly mostly on tilt some on stars and ultimate bet.
So even though am excellent playing imho at omaha limit ring nl etc.. I prefer the mtt's cause of the big cashes.
I really dont care how good you are if you want to keep moving up the mtt's is way to do it and gives you the real money.
Is why 8000 people play wsop
lol. More players more money more bankroll for your roi.
Now just free advice choose your tourneys correctly get overpay when can free extra money and choose the easier times
Meaning smaller fields. Is easier to win at midnight than 8pm is just a fact. Is less people smaller buy ins and smaller roi but easier once you play a few times and learn the regs etc...