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Putting in the Volume

By: gus_megalow @ 23:16 (EDT) / 267 / Comment ( 0 )

Over the past month i've put in insame amount sof volume, i'd like to argue that i've put in less than 40 hours per week(regularly 50000+ hands), however at times it takes a toll on yourself. I believe i should be decreasing it because multitabling(16+ tables) and getting breakeven results is less prefered if single tabling and getting +EV. So lately i decided to play some ZOOM, it's less tables and generates +EV as well as the games being softer. The only down side is your almost on auto pilot and play needs to be done in a vaccum so reads arent that as effective in a normal ring game where you consistently face the same opponents. My thoughts so far is that ZOOM is underrated and its possibly one of the best options to build a bankroll or if seeking for weaker games. As far it's the most profitable game out there as far since its so under-rated as people think its just a fun game.

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