re: Poker & Some questions about multitabling,bankroll and roi
Originally Posted by Tgen
these questions are for full ring stts only.
1. first of all i can only play 4 stts at a time , if i try hard i may increase this to 6 , under these circumstances , is it worth to play regular stts instead of turbos? yes the roi is higher but i will probably not play enough volume per day.
2. How many stts is it standar to play per day? and whats the minimum for a good player?
3. Whats the difference in roi among good players between turbos and regulars?
4. Lastly , when do you move up a limit? lets say you need 30 buy in roll for 7$ , do you move up when the total of your bankroll is 210$? and if you do when do you move down? when you have 30 buy in for the 3.50$ or when you fall under 210$? in fact i think if i play 7$ at 210$ then i have like 15 buy ins before i move to 3.50$ , wouldnt be better to grind 30 buy ins for the next level instead of moving up when my total bank is x30 the buy in?
1. i started out playing only 2, then slowly increased as i got more experience. Learning the game well will also help this as you have to think about decisions less. For your question it's really up to you, if you are not taking it seriously or trying to play for money, then just play what you enjoy, it's not really worth the extra $/hour to play turbos if you don't enjoy it, as it won't really work out for you in the long run since you simply won't play enough games to reap the benefits.
2.Depends on your personal goals. some players put in 100+ daily, for reg speeds, 50+ daily would be decent for someone playing them for a living, but no one plays them for a living that i know of.
3. Depends on the buyin level, as a rough guideline, turbos you max out these days at 10% roi, whereas the regular speeds it's possible to hit around 15% at a maximum long term. Anything +% ROI in any format is good these days.
4.personal choice again, if you want to go a more aggressive route have a movedown plan like you mention. The key with this is that you can build quickly, but don't get stubborn when you are forced to move back down a level. Also, since you are just starting out it seems, it's worth noting that moving up to the next level might not be the best option for you, the games in the $7s are usually far more aggressive than the $3.50 games, theres a much higher % of better players, so you may not even be profitable at that level.