- Dec 29, 2020
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How can I know fast who are good/"garbage" players in tournaments & freerolls?
there's no fast way of finding out how players play except experience playing with them.
One thing to note: if you're using a HUD be sure to have collected a reasonable sample size before relying on it in any significant way. Some traits are easier to spot than others. For example you can spot a maniac in 10-20 hands if they have VPIP stats of 60+% PFR of 50+% and 3 Bet 30+%, they are obviously playing with some very speculative hand. On the flip side another player who hasn't played a single hand for 20 hands is not necessarily a complete nit, as it's perfectly possible to be dealt junk 20 hands in a row, or have a marginal hand that they're not prepared to play because there was a raise and 3-bet in front of them.
A few hands and even a couple of tournaments can not accurately determine the level and skill of the player, because there is a concept of variance when good cards come too rarely or simply from the mood and attitude to the tournament. Consider each hand separately, make the right decisions and do not make major mistakes, this will help you against any type of opponent.
What do you mean?one way is to analyse the cards of the player and his style. I also wanted to ask users here for the freerolls is there any rollover or such if we win
I'd argue in this instance, observation is key... :wink:yes patience is the key.
What do you mean?
I'd argue in this instance, observation is key... :wink:
If you cash in a CC freeroll the funds you win are credited directly to your poker balance, just like any other game on a poker site.i see there are many $100 freeroll tournaments. Would we receive them as cash or are there any strings attached.
yes you are partially correct because if you have a lot of patience then only you can observe
You cant. It takes time to get a real feel for a player most times and you need to remember players can and do change over time.
Any coach will tell you that you MUST watch EVERY hand played at your table very closely... because you never know when a player will show their cards and reveal their strategy to you.
Many players - myself included - do not do this. When I fold my hand, I almost never pay attention to the current hand, I'm probably playing my Sudoku or Minesweeper off to the side, and that's what I'm focused on. LOL Don't be like me!!