Heads Up or More Players?

Thiagon

Thiagon

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Just getting to a heads up is already a satisfaction.
But playing HU can be very difficult depending on the level of aggression of the opponent.
In addition, in heads up I believe that luck has a more relevant role, because we need to take advantage of medium hands to be able to take advantage.
 
TerryBLE

TerryBLE

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I prefer multi-table, heads up is one of the parts of my game that I need to improve. Not that you can get away from it, since even in multiplayer tournaments, there is that part. (but that way we think about it later :p)
 
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Sidetracked

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When I started playing, I played 10 handed limit Holdem. I then discovered 6 max NL Holdem and switched to that permanently.

I think 6 player tables are perfect.
 
danoscar

danoscar

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Hello. Each person has their favorite number at a table, maybe. For me, a 9 or 8 table works very well.
 
ComfyPanda

ComfyPanda

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To some degree I enjoy HU, but as a primarily MTT-focused player it isn't my strongest suit. I used to grind some HU a long time ago, but I've definitely lost any edge since then.
 
thwenth1983

thwenth1983

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Heads up poker at the hardest level

Good morning everyone, I prefer to play against more players, in my opinion heads up is very difficult, especially against players who are very aggressive.
The best players in the world are very good at heads up, but to reach that level you have to study hard and have emotional control well above the average.
Proof of this is Daniel Negreanu, one of the best in the world, but he faced Doug Polk in the heads up, in my opinion Daniel had no chance of winning.
Heads up is poker poker at its maximum.
 
T_Dawg

T_Dawg

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Heads up has different odds than a full table. You can take bigger chances, maybe raise on low pairs. I tend to do well when HU
 
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