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SNG in this days - Tue Jan 08, 2013, 11:49 PM
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1 - I was reading some articles and even here in the forum, people talking SNG that are easier to master than cash games ... it comes to you? and why?

2 - Today's can have a high volume in pokerstars? (I'm a cash player so I do not know about it ... the fact is that there are also people who only subscribe to a particular type, as 18 people or 9 people ... etc) then I would know it if I decide to migrate .
 
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hey - Wed Jan 16, 2013, 07:55 PM
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well that depends
ALOT!!
making the move to sngs means u need to study and MASTER IMC,
players who suck postflop should normaly play turbos and as i said master icm
since u say u are a cash player i would recommend u learning icm and probably playing standard
i am a 9 man player myself been losing terrible downswing last few weeks

but making that move is something u need to really think aboout
u not only hv learn new stuff u need to put in huge volumes and multi tabling

the only safe thing some people like is that u can only lose your buy in, and i think thats the very same quote that makes us money as people play foolishly things its only ... and they call nonsense

not sure if i can post this here but there is a partner site of pokerstars which is really great at helping with that transition, im not sure if PSO is directly linked to stars or just a partner site itself but if u want u can mail me and if u want i send u link
 

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