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Old 06-04-2009, 05:26 PM
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here it is. he's playing the $1 ones but still I wouldn't mind doing what he's doing for a little while to build my bankroll a little more.


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Old 06-04-2009, 05:56 PM
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The reason there is little variance is due to the shear volume.
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Old 06-05-2009, 01:52 AM
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ive played sets of 9 tables of these at stars, all together played about 450 maybe more, and I average winning 7/9, sometimes more sometimes less... very rarely do i win 5 or less.

My stats come out at like an average of 4/4 after each set. Which is why 9 tabling is so possible and why there are so many mass multitablers.

My advice, spot the mass multitablers and steal their blinds especially later on, since as they know to fold. Earlier on, fold AK,QQ,JJ if there is a bet and raise. In fact, I have gone as far as eliminating AK from my range until the blinds are 10% of my stack, but that was when I was getting used to it, I usually raise it now.

Everybody is set-mining in these things, you do NOT have odds to set mine, ever, just don't do it (of course you have 'chip odds' but you only ever get 2x your money). Maybe at 20/10 you can complete the SB or limp the button, but TBH, people aren't as tight as you would assume, there will be a raise after you in most cases. If you do get aces early, try and double up, then don't do anything all tourney, maybe play aces if u get them to eliminate a shortstack if you feel REALLY safe, but most of the time, you should tighten up.

If you have HUD and can see the stats of others, aim to steal blinds from other 0 - 10 VPIP players, with low cold call stats, these are the Multitablers.

Oh and never call an all in on the bubble like sum1 said... and quite frankly, never CALL anything all tournement.

People may be tight preflop (tighter than usual), but postflop they just give up and get it in with anything like in a regular tourney.

These are insanely boring but really good bankroll boosters when played in high volume. Once you perfect your 'method' (it really is very methodical), it doesn't require much thought at all.

btw, that graph is an average win rate of 67% which is quite good, but not unsustainable.

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Old 06-11-2009, 05:26 AM
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I would feel out the table first. Most of the time, they'll be tight and I usually play more LAG here and try to take advantage of everyone else's TAG/TP style. Once there's 7 people left, I'll start tightening up, unless I'm in 5th, 6th, or 7th position.
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Old 06-17-2009, 03:20 AM
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I would feel out the table first. Most of the time, they'll be tight and I usually play more LAG here and try to take advantage of everyone else's TAG/TP style. Once there's 7 people left, I'll start tightening up, unless I'm in 5th, 6th, or 7th position.
Feeling out the table is difficult when 9 tabling, which is the only way (or more) to play DONs and make any notable profit.

I have tried some $5 turbo PLO double ups recently and it is unnbelievably easier than Holdem. Unfortunatey, not many tables going. I think I must have like a +10-20% winrate compared to the NLH ones.



That graph is from the guy who makes the most profit playin double ups up to $5. See him at nearly every $5 PLO doubleup... trying to study his style lol!

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