Originally Posted by Poker Orifice
This ^ is 'NOT' true. .. & 'it depends', lol.
There's no such thing as a 'good' 'bad' or 'indifferent' M value. Your 'M' just dictates what hands you should be playing, & how you should be thinking about playing them.
I know if it drops below 10, your going to get called on any shove.
The last 5 CC games i went card dead, i let my M drop to a 5, that was not a great thing to do.
I can deal with an M of 20, but i start to flip-out when it hits 10...
Maybe i should be shoving at 20, more chips = less calling....