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/Dec/2012

A question of style...

By: BurgersUK @ 04:24 (EST) / 291 / Comment ( 0 )

I am learning about myself playing NLHE 1/2 cash games. I am more of a risk taker than I previously thought.

 

I've been trying to play TAG poker since I started playing but I think my "natural" style is a little looser,not a maniac by any means but definately not a VPP of under 15.

I usually come out of my sessions having played more hands than I imagined,about 20-25% in fact and my starting range is also probably a little looser than it should be. I`m confortable with this but I know it may not be the MOST profitable but it is definately the most fun!

 

Does anyone think that playing style is a big part of poker or is it all about the maths?

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