Originally Posted by WiZZiM
It shows a clear lack of understanding to state this as just a "lucky" game.. It's still a skill game, regular players winning over literally tens of thousands of games proves that. It's just a differant type of skill. It's one that is easier to learn in many ways, but also still very challenging.
It's more about probabilities, math, and multitabling. So there is a ton of money to be made in these games, you just need to know what to study and get good at.
Lack of understanding? Super Turbo? Is this 3min blinds/double blinds every level? .11? This is crap-shoot, not much to understand. Skill game, Math, Probabilities at this level? Lol! Ok. You only have a handful of hands to play "read" poker, then it's all-in fest.
Only reason I could see to play a superturbo is if you are very limited on the time you can play... but if you are limited in time, you should be playing SNGs. If you are serious about maximize your skill at a tournament player, then you need to maximize your odds
by playing standard levels... the more hands you are dealt, the more skill you can impart to your games... the less luck you have to force.
No such think as proof in poker, only experience.
I multitable 6 handed Turbo SNGs DONs... so I know there is more luck involved with those games vs a non-Turbo same format. But when I take into the account that loose/gamble players are going to be playing these turbo DONs and the super NITs aren't going to play (they will always go for the non-turbo), then it's a wash.