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/Aug/2013

A mixture of Zoom stakes all at once

By: Sandtrap777 @ 17:51 (EDT) / 565 / Comment ( 5 )

This will be the last video until I get a free one. I also tried some of the features of this software and had a bit of fun.

In this video, I decided to open up 4 different stake Zoom all at once, so that you can focus more on the stake you play at. It wasn't obvious to play as I didn't have any information on any players, different style of play at different stakes, but the most difficult, was to control myself from spewing chips at those levels, especially 2NL and 5NL.

I started with full stacks, $2, $5, $10 and $25 for a total of $42. Since YouTube only permits 15 minute videos, I cut a bit of the beginning and a bit of the end. During this little session, I finished with a profit of $17.02. (2NL-$2.31, 5NL-$5.78, 10NL-$23.41 and 25NL-$27.62).

PS. I wouldn't recommend playing different stakes all at once...lol

Enjoy and if you have any questions, just ask.


If you haven't seen this video from Felix, I suggest you watch it. He expresses the same thoughts that I have in the way I play my hands.

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