This is a discussion on Night and Day: What Time Do You Prefer to Play? within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I usually play in the afternoon and and in the early evening I use for training and analysis and much more study kkk
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I'll start from afar. In my youth I could easily stay awake for half a night, and the next day, as if nothing had happened, to go to school or study. Now, working a five-day week, I can not afford to play poker at night. Unfortunately, most freerolls start closer to the night in my area. Accordingly, I choose evening games)))
I usually play poker in the afternoon and early evening, which can last until dawn or morning. My favorite tournaments are in the evening so I play most often at this time.I never play in the morning, I don't like it and it doesn't go well.
I like most the games that start in the afternoon for me, but I play mostly in the evenings, because of work. If I were free to choose, I would play the games some time after I waked and I am most fresh in mind.
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Depending on what type of tournament you want to play since the tournaments take several hours for that it is preferable to play during the day and at night you will have an extra weight while playing that is the fatigue now if it is a fast game or a short tournament it is better to play it at night since one is more clear and calm where you can keep more concentration but as I told you it is depending on the type of tournament or game you want to do
For me it's kinda tough because i'm in Asia and i'm playing in ACR where mostly Americans play. So it's like 13 hours ahead of east coast and 16 hours ahead of the west.
That means i play till early morning and sleep in the day.
For me it is better to play in the evening at 18-00 on weekends, when thousands of players after a hard working week want to relax and spend a couple of hours in poker. The more people, the more chances you have to win.
I guess the key is that 3-4 tables do not provide for much more. Obviously the first thing to do is to control what are you doing to 100%, but it shouldn't be too difficult to reach out to at least 5 tables. I usually play a few 4-8 hours a day, between 8-10 tables, which assumed to have about 0 800-100 hands per hour, depending on the month and bundled to be at the bottom are between 20k and 35k Hands.
I try to play when there are high volumes of people. I think I am still learning the game at a basic level, so that means I should not be going up against people who are there all day and are very skilled. Usually that means night for me.
I think the point is not what time I prefer to play, but what tournaments I prefer to play, but mostly good tournaments at PokerStars take place in the evening and unfortunately last a very long time !!!