- Jan 19, 2008
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What is money to you? because if you're implying that he's going to make money playing that limit you're lying to him and to yourself. He would learn much, much more playing a 50 cent sit and go from one table or 18 people than playing this 50 cent limit buy in cash game. The time he would spend playing this limit, he can spend studying sit and go and being profitable by placing a certain volume of games, which would give him the basis to play 1 sit's or even NL2 cash at least.
Don't talk nonsense that you don't know, you don't even know me. And MTT's freerolls like the ones on cardschat for example, can give you much more experience and learning than playing the bingo of that limit that he mentions. Or are you a regular 40 cent buy in and got rich off that limit so you can question someone who plays freerolls?
How many hands have you played on cash tables to be able to give your expert qualified advice?
I can see that 90% of the games you play are 'freerolls' and longshot Freeroll satellites.
I can see that you've played under TWO accounts on pokerstars. (how is this possible? Did they close your old account and allow you to open a new one with a different name two weeks later?)
I can see that over a 2,000 mtt sample you've got an ROI of -29%, with profit of -$1,518
I can see on 888 that your avg. buyin is a whopping 21 cents! (you can win twice this much in 1 hand at 2nl... have you played it before?)
I can see your more recent account on Stars has moved you up to a 61cent abi. Is this your latest venture into the 50cent SnG's? Looks like you're doing better than previously. Is this what gives you the knowledge to suggest that OP's venture into playing 2nl (which btw is a $2 buyin... not sure where the 40c thing came from).
OP has been learning from playing CC Freerolls. imo, it's a great idea to give cash game a shot for awhile. Even if they don't pursue it, it will definitely help their MTT game in the long run... playing 100bb poker is excellent for learning post flop play