My strategy to cash games

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KillaB0248

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Well l cut my teeth in tournament play and jackpot tables where l faired well. In the past couple months I've been switching it up a bit and working on my cash table game. At first l was literally my a$$ handed to me. I was trying to be as aggressive as l was during my tournament and 3 person jackpot games. I've definitely learned to tone back my aggressive style on the cash tables and be more patient and only play quality hands. I will always j tom see the flop unless you have them hero's betting a ridiculous amount pre flop because you never know you could have 3 5 off and flop 2 3s and a 5 or visa versa and land a full house and it's not that rare. But l tend to play much tighter post flop because of the obvious change in odds to pull off a miracle hand especially in small ball card like l used in my example. An Aces are not always your friend as I've learned and have lost considerably playing over confidently with a pair of aces a set of dueces can devastate you so I've learned be more cautious and watch how my fellow players are responding to each card coming out. It doesn't always work as you run across the occasional slow roller who doesn't bet even if they have the nuts hoping someone will get value on the table for them. Anyway l hope my experiences can be of some help to some of you on here. Good luck and never bet what you can't afford to lose.
 
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KozakAlex

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Well l cut my teeth in tournament play and jackpot tables where l faired well. In the past couple months I've been switching it up a bit and working on my cash table game. At first l was literally my a$$ handed to me. I was trying to be as aggressive as l was during my tournament and 3 person jackpot games. I've definitely learned to tone back my aggressive style on the cash tables and be more patient and only play quality hands. I will always j tom see the flop unless you have them hero's betting a ridiculous amount pre flop because you never know you could have 3 5 off and flop 2 3s and a 5 or visa versa and land a full house and it's not that rare. But l tend to play much tighter post flop because of the obvious change in odds to pull off a miracle hand especially in small ball card like l used in my example. An Aces are not always your friend as I've learned and have lost considerably playing over confidently with a pair of aces a set of dueces can devastate you so I've learned be more cautious and watch how my fellow players are responding to each card coming out. It doesn't always work as you run across the occasional slow roller who doesn't bet even if they have the nuts hoping someone will get value on the table for them. Anyway l hope my experiences can be of some help to some of you on here. Good luck and never bet what you can't afford to lose.


Thanks. I consider this useful information to increase the quality of my game.
 
liuouhgkres

liuouhgkres

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You need to learn preflop ranges, because they much tighter than tournament ranges, cause of antes. Start with that and the rest will come.
 
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