I have never played aggressively. My style of play tends to take into account the card in hand and the situation on the table. If I see that the opponent is collecting a combination, I will play more than aggressively.
when i started playing i thought i would need to find myself in a definition, but honestly today i define my style in one word: it depends.
it depends on position, it depends on my stake, it depends on the villain's stake, it depends on whether it is in ITM, it depends on whether it is not in ITM, it depends on how my day is, it depends on the value of the buy in, for me my attitudes in a game of poker depend on a lot.
It's just my opinion.
When I started playing poker I adapted to the old style of aggressive holding that only entered with very good hands and played them aggressively, but over time I had to adjust a little more to another style and I switched to passive loose I tried to adapt to the table and expand my range of hands and wait for a good opportunity to win more chips at the table.
Both, passive and aggressive player. It depends on various things. The most important of all is what mood I am in, then what tournament it is, then what other players are like ... There are a lot of factors that determine the current way of playing.
I am more of a passive player, but I just started learning how to play poker! I only play freerolls until I build my normal bankroll! It seems to be not bad yet, through freerolls I once qualified for the main event in the turbo series, and there I earned $ 50! I think this is a good result for a beginner!
Aggressive play is easy. Where you can play any hand of your own. Beware of falling into the trap. There are some professional opponents lurking for the aggressive player. Passive play is caused by fear, frequent failure, and playing with weak hands. Or, in short, a passive player is the result of an aggressive player
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Assuming a table full of regs and I'm not exploiting, I'm rarely passive. The only time I'm passive is when I have all the cards (flopped boat or quads or something else heavy) where I may give a free card, or when I'm building a pot out of position via x/r. I'm also passive when I'm out of position on the river with a solid x/c hand, but not a hand that can call a raise.