How to generate more resources (real money) in Poker

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In a context of a player with more than one year of experience. What types of tournaments are most applicable to generate more resources?
without taking into account the Millionaire Tournaments that take place on different gaming platforms.
 
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In a context of a player with more than one year of experience. What types of tournaments are most applicable to generate more resources?
without taking into account the Millionaire Tournaments that take place on different gaming platforms.
One year of experience is not very much. I would not expect too much of winnings with this little experience.
But i say play whatever floats your boat. Try more play more and see what is beter for you.
 
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Hello. Play one cent-two cent Cash games. Bet only from MP, CO, BTN positions so you know how others are betting first. If you do have AA, KK, QQ, AK, bet any position. Start wirth the top 15%. If you do bet from early position, bet at least 4BB. Do not bluff. You are up against folks that will take you down the river witth absolutely nothing. Watch for those that bet 40% of the time or more. Once you get a good hand, take them to the cleaners.

Lastly, read "The Theory of Poker" by David Sklansky, study Blackrain79 materials (he is a member and has a thread), and the 30 day CardsChat program.

In the cash games, the level stays the same all the time and there is no antes. The blinds are ALWAYS 1/2.

I hope this helps. Good Luck!
 
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To grow your bankroll, you first need to try to save the funds that you already have. Therefore, you should spend less on fast games. It seems to me that cash games will be the ideal option for multiplying.
 
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MTT micro tournaments knockouts, and then the same, but more expensive, by bankroll
 
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In a context of a player with more than one year of experience. What types of tournaments are most applicable to generate more resources?
without taking into account the Millionaire Tournaments that take place on different gaming platforms.



dont wait for that, others will tell you where you will be a profitable player... avoid all the noises, noisy ones, you know yourself, nobody else. find it out in what type you are profitable...
 
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Hello.
The best option is freerolls. Thanks to freerolls you get valuable experience and a good opportunity to increase your bankroll, virtually without any risk. :)
 
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It all depends on your priorities and your skill. And so for some, spins are beneficial, others like cash or tournaments more, etc. It takes effort and resources everywhere to benefit.
 
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Playing freerolls, just by charging you are already generating profits
 
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Probably first of all you need to determine the level of your game.Some players manage to beat the limits very quickly-but in any case, stick to bankroll management, that is, the mathematical calculation of their funds spent on the tournament bain.Consider the mat expectation always.If you have $ 1000 in your account, then play tournaments no more than $ 10.It should always be so100/1.
 
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I would suggest to study and play a lot.
Best tables are those that you beat . You can try different types and speed to search for the best fit for you
 
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hello

start with micro-level low stakes games learn with gaming experience and once your bankroll increases you go up in level that is to say you have 100 dollars play tournaments of 1 or 2 dollars and you will never break play with conscience ...
 
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Basically, what I've found over the years, that there is a vast difference in the quality of players, in accordance with the level of buy-in.

Firstly, if you're used to playing freerolls, and want to jump in to buy-ins, you will find a heck of a lot of difference in the style of play. Anything over $5.50, and you will find that these players are much more serious, and not as free wheeling.

Anything that's $5.50, and over, you just cannot play the same way.

For me, I've found that anything over $11.00 starts to get really tough, because you are getting into serious $$$, and they play very, VERY, differently. If you're not patient, and want to be free wheeling, they will eat you alive.

Here's a suggestion: Take an observer position at a game above $20.00, and you'll see what I mean. There is a lot of folding going on, right from the beginning.

If you can play like that, without letting impatience get a hold of you, you might do ok.

I'm very patient, but at these levels, these players really know their stuff, and they are tuff.

I'll usually stay at $11.00, or lower.

Don't know if that helps, but it's what I've found works for me.

Good luch.
 
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hi all some nice ideas, I'm still learning even after all these years lol ,
winning is the fastest way to build a BR, so find a game which you can make top 3-5 , it doesn't always have to NL , there are plenty games out there, I also play PLO and PLO8 , and have had some luck at these too , so you could consider this as well.
Volume of games is all well and good, however if you can focus on one big mtt and have a good run all the way to top 3 or win, then you'll definitely build fast :)
 
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One year of experience is not very much. I would not expect too much of winnings with this little experience.
But i say play whatever floats your boat. Try more play more and see what is beter for you.
you can start playing in the Sit&Go the return is high you should not start playing knockout tournaments there is definitely no money there now
 
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In a context of a player with more than one year of experience. What types of tournaments are most applicable to generate more resources?
without taking into account the Millionaire Tournaments that take place on different gaming platforms.
How many players do you want to fight against? A dozen, hundreds, maybe thousands? In tournaments, as elsewhere, a good player makes money from bad players. If there are 3 fish at your table, then your expectation will be higher than if he is alone. Accordingly, the more players there are in the tournament, the higher your expectation and potential swarm. Why then play tournaments with a small number of participants? The answer is variance. A good player can have a lot of anticipation in the expensive kilopholes that take place every Sunday in all rooms, but he can easily get a minus year if he only plays on Sundays.This is not a problem for the amateur and cash game player, however the tournament pro should include small tournaments in their schedule to reduce variance. Another factor is time. This is not so important for the MTT pro, but it will be difficult for an amateur or a cash player to play good poker for 8 hours or more, and it often takes that long to get to the final table of a major tournament.
 
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