SNG to CG

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PH03N1Xir

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I have played poker for a few years, mainly SNG's and MTT's. I have managed to get to a level where I'm winning playing at the $30+$3-level at PS.

I have over the last few months begun to sniff out some cashgames at the NL $0.10/$0.25 and NL $0.25/$0.50-level but not winning.

So how do I move from being a winning SNG-player to a winning Cashgame-player? How do I make the transition? As I see there is a lot of obvious poker-theory I got down, but quite as obviously there is a huge part that I don't. Any general tips? Should I play PL rather than NL? What video-series should I take up? (on this site. I am not interested in subscribing at other training sites).

Looking forward to hearing from you and thanks in advance.
 
PokerDragon99

PokerDragon99

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In CC you have to be less aggressiv.

You have to compare it more with tournament play, with full ring tables.

It's like that, but every move counts.

There will also be less bluffs.

Find all the regs, by e.g. finding out how many tables they play.

Play many tables at the same time, and wait for good hands.
 
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