Is Spin & Go a game for beginners?

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I really think so, but in most courses I came to say that sit go is ideal but for you What is the best game model for beginners?
 
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All modalities have their strategies, spin go attracts many beginners for its great prizes and its speed
 
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Let's just say Spin & Go is not entirely preferable for a beginner, because in order to win, you need to know the push-fold strategy perfectly, and the game with short stacks must be at a level.
 
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For starters, the best option is freerolls.
I am convinced that if a beginner starts playing Spin & Go, then in 95% of cases he will only receive losses.
 
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I used to like to play Spin & Go but I realized that it was very difficult to be profitable in this format in the long term. because the variance prevents you from building your banchroll even when you are playing your A game and making the right decisions. today I prefer to play on Sit and Go because it is easier to set up a banchroll on this format. especially when you've spent a lot of time training yourself on MTT.
 
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Spin & Go for me is like playing the lottery, I would not recommend it to a beginner player, I do not think I can learn much in this modality.
 
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I really think so, but in most courses I came to say that sit go is ideal but for you What is the best game model for beginners?

Spin & Go played today. Played 30 times. Won 5 ......... lost with hands AA, KK almost always with hands 2.10; 3.7; Ah, 4 ...... Now I don't even know what to say about this game and today ...
 
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I think Spin & Gos are not a good game for beginners, the sustainable ROIs are very low and if you dont really study the game this is not the place to start.
 
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I am lost $ 25 in two weeks playing small Spin'n'Go and lost my entire bankroll. I don't understand why this is recommended for beginners, this is a casino where you can call to preflop with A A, and the opponent will win you with 2 6.
 
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Hello,


Deepstack microstake tournaments. These tournaments allow beginners to make mistakes and continue playing with a chance to chip back up. The actual strategy taken by opponents is extremely unusual but for a beginner I think focusing on preflop play and patience in the tournaments is a good starting spot. Sit n go's & spin n Go's have a much smaller bb count to begin and that allows luck to play a much larger factor in the outcome. If you are actually trying to gain experience I suggest the tournaments. Also cards chat freerolls on bet online and sportsbetting begin very deep and have 10 minute levels. Start with these for practice and analyze your results after a couple months and see where you think you can improve. Stay away from cash games. Cash games for beginners are a bankroll death sentence.
 
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The one most suitable for a beginner will be the free roll as expected.
 
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I don't suggest spin and go for beginners because its more luck than skill. I recommend tournament styles with deep stacks.
 
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Spin and Go games are not for beginners, the regs playing these games have deep pockets and know the game well.

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Mistake not now

Let's just say Spin & Go is not entirely preferable for a beginner, because in order to win, you need to know the push-fold strategy perfectly, and the game with short stacks must be at a level.



Great translation.

Defining that it is necessary to have experience, to know the% of the cards that are turning and extreme essential, a new player does not have such qualities'
 
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I think Spin & Gos are not a good game for beginners, the sustainable ROIs are very low and if you dont really study the game this is not the place to start.

most likely this is not for beginners. But suddenly someone has such a talent))
 
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no they are just for a fun gamble super quickly
 
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spin and go is a game of chance, lottery or just bingo, if you want to learn poker, don't play that
 
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spin and go is a game of chance, lottery or just bingo, if you want to learn poker, don't play that

I can relate what you think. However I do think that fast made notes can really increase your chance to win that lottery. And if you understand what is variancie, you just have to play with the numbers and hoping in the best-time moves.

But yeah, I am not recommend them as well. Maybe if you have a bankroll you can be profitable at the levels of 0.25-5$, but higher ones are just a flipping-coin.
 
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spin and go is a game of chance, lottery or just bingo, if you want to learn poker, don't play that
Not for all players, you need to have a good understanding of 3 handed and HU play which good players should have already have.

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I don't think so, I think the opposite, a beginner playing this modality is throwing money away.:shot::shot:
 
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Spin and Go’s are not for beginners!!!

The small stack means that’s there’s fewer hands to be played which mean very little opportunity to learn. Also with small stacks you are committed earlier which means more luck comes into play. Even for experienced players there is an increased level of luck. If you are experienced you can build your bankroll quickly if you run into some new players…but you can just as easily get no luck and go broke. I’ve done both.
 
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