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i have been playing 9 man turbo sngs for a while now but I cant seem to start growing my bankroll while my bankroll goes
i have been playing 9 man turbo sngs for a while now but I cant seem to start growing my bankroll while my bankroll goes up and down constantly.
So to get to the question what skills should I be working on besides my shove ranges when looking to become a profitable SNG player.
7th May 2015, 7:50 AM
Poker at: FullTilt
Not of to evaluate what you have to improve without a history of hands, but a sit and go is quiet to play, just play tight and then more aggressive when the blinds get higher, and always press the small stacks , especially in bubble .
7th May 2015, 9:10 AM
Online Poker at: Poker Stars.
How many tables do you play at the same time?. Perhaps drop down a couple to give yourself more time to see each hand more clearly.
7th May 2015, 9:59 AM
Poker at: pokerstars
Game: no limit hol
Because you are playing turbo is not easy always to win.Maybe you should play regulars SNGS. Keep notes from your mistakes and try not to do them again!IN the early stage play only premium hands, spot the wick players and be aggressive!!Play position and good luck!!!!
7th May 2015, 12:37 PM
Thank you for all of your answers, I'm usually playing 2 tables so I can pay more attention to my game but I tend to float away and forget to think about the game that's also where I loose the most...
7th May 2015, 12:54 PM
Poker at: fulltilt
re: Poker & What to work on?
For turbo sng, have to know many skills.
Crucial for me would be bluff/semibluff, observe opponents, position, math and lastly starting hands.
7th May 2015, 1:24 PM
Online Poker at: pokerstars
I in my exeriencia with poker have to work hard in my bank management and the high beams and left me the defeats and losses of chips when you're nearing the final table ... I feel like everyone has different where shortcomings have to go see what the different points to work ... to improve their game .. a while ago was watching the ept barcelona where shepherd goes all in with AA vs QQ KKVS 's hand was the leader qq of the three , it is assumed by logic that is higher for all we know as AA , and turn throws the Q or is that charge AA and KK this is usually what I usually do with respect to the software ... but this tournament to which I am referring is a live tournament that is that the dealer is human .. now I wonder how you manage that?