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Grrr, total failure trying 10NL zoom 6max - Sat Dec 28, 2013, 09:10 PM
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Lost 5BI so fast




For a punishment I make myself to learn 4 tabling… at 2NL
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 05:08 AM
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dun worry huney, come n hug me
dis iz my 10NL graph, started to play it mb week ago?!
5BIs lost is normal though over 1000 hands sample i guess its a little too much, look at your biggest lost hands and try to analyse them, if u played them OK or was just badbeats or send them to me


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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 05:10 AM
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Originally Posted by NaturoSasuki View Post
dun worry huney, come n hug me
dis iz my 10NL graph, started to play it mb week ago?!
5BIs lost is normal though over 1000 hands sample i guess its a little too much, look at your biggest lost hands and try to analyse them, if u played them OK or was just badbeats or send them to me

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this

seems normal for zoom
solid advice again, youre on a roll
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 05:13 AM
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ouch, i edited, link was broken
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 05:48 AM
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ouch, i edited, link was broken

nice, thats a good graph you have there
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 05:55 AM
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nice, thats a good graph you have there
thangz
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 11:59 AM
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hug

I was waiting so long to finally try 10nl, oh well, over it already.
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 01:47 PM
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hug

I was waiting so long to finally try 10nl, oh well, over it already.
*hugz again*

there , there, u may lil boy
iknow dat feelin of tryin higher stakes and then losing so much .. but the main thing is to move down to 5NL if u lost even 1 or 2 stacks... idk what bankroll management u using, and how much u had reserved for ur 10NL shot ... if u had 5 stacks reserved and lost it and moved down, then its ok
or dont u have any bankroll management?
 
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Sun Dec 29, 2013, 02:23 PM
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hug

I was waiting so long to finally try 10nl, oh well, over it already.
Downswings like this are part of the game. Rebuild your roll and take another shot in a while.
I doubt it's any consolation, but I once lost 4 buyins in 45 hands, never mind 1000!


Bracelet Winner
 
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Mon Dec 30, 2013, 06:36 AM
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I go with 20x rule and decided to give 5BI try because I was expecting that it’s not a glorious walk.

Arty, I had 4BI in 200 hands.

Anyhow, after analysis, not all was due to bad beats. I would guess that 70% was me just being bad.

1. I over adjusted against looser play by being too loose
2. I got a bit bored because only one tabling
3. When I got over +2BI stacks I got cocky
4. When I was treated with aggression I called too much.
 
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Mon Dec 30, 2013, 06:46 AM
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I go with 20x rule and decided to give 5BI try because I was expecting that it’s not a glorious walk.

Arty, I had 4BI in 200 hands.

Anyhow, after analysis, not all was due to bad beats. I would guess that 70% was me just being bad.

1. I over adjusted against looser play by being too loose
2. I got a bit bored because only one tabling
3. When I got over +2BI stacks I got cocky
4. When I was treated with aggression I called too much.
definitely point 2. and 4. are the problem, though 2. doesnt have to be big problem,
but never call too much... instead u be the agressor, reraisor etc... if u call too much, then it can happen that u 2times call with flush draw OOP(out of position) and miss and check ... and he was betting at u with A high and will win....

point 1. "teh loose style"
am not sayin dat u should always raise or never call... but try to call only when u think that he haz a rly good hand which he wont fold when u raise + u must still be drawing to some kind of nutz (like nut flush , upper end of straightdraw..
if u know that enemy haz some KK/AA(i.e. he was raising big preflop or even reraising preflop), then any flush can be good , not just nut flush )...
or call only if u will hate getting reraised back at u

or dont always fold on save paired boards like 33T , or 88K .. if u know wut i mean... try to raise them on such flops, and fold if u will get reraised back... etc...
or flop comes K 7 2 ... then try to steal it, and if he shows resistance then giveup... cuz these are flops that most often doesnt hit anyone because they are disconected (no straight draws) , and if he calls there he can be doing that with some K with weak kicker etc... but trying to bluff once can often with it for u there
 
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Mon Dec 30, 2013, 07:48 AM
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Ty for advices Naturo!
 

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