- Jun 11, 2020
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The bigger the buy-in the harder it is to cash right? The more you pay to play, the more chances you will be facing a good player, that's a fact. It's not necessarily true, though, that playing a $11 tournament is harder to cash than a Freeroll. The ammount of variance in low stackes tournaments it's too high and sometimes you face players that are so bad that you can't apply some strategies on them. I'm not saying that's always the case, it's good to have bad players playing against you, but when it gets to a point that there are so many players that don't follow a logic when playing it may get hard to survive in the long run. I think that for some regulars and pros it's probably easier to cash in a tournment where the average player is a decent player and can be bluffed at, have its strategy cracked, and be read by the opponent than in a field of fishes. What do you guys think?