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thewholebank   . Mar 14 2012 05:09. Posts 8

I'm going to use WoW terminology, but which do you guys recommend I "tech" up to?

Grinder or Heads-Up play or tourney?

I currently have a 13.3" LED on my laptop which is limiting growth in multi-table play. Aside from equipment, what should I be focusing on? Any tips to improve attention?

Should I play a few select hands with aggressive raising or large selection of hands (playing for low straight/flush/etc) with passive raises? Or somewhere in between?

I don't know. Please help. Family needs help, need to rescue from ninjas. (j/k)

 Last edit: 14/03/2012 05:11

DaEm0niCuS   United States. Mar 14 2012 06:52. Posts 3268

Def go for the passive raises.


Stroggoz   New Zealand. Mar 14 2012 08:18. Posts 2924

i recommend learning full ring, i heard you can cbet and take it down and that can win you money up till 1000nl.

i drink ur milkshake 

thewholebank   . Mar 14 2012 09:25. Posts 8

What's this full ring system you speak of?
So multi tables (4), playing with large selection of hands (pairs/flush/etc) with passive raises is the way to go?


Minsk   Belarus. Mar 14 2012 11:23. Posts 789

multitable large selection with passive raises is the way to go

the fullring system doesnt work


DaEm0niCuS   United States. Mar 14 2012 11:26. Posts 3268

Like lambs to the slaughter.


devon06atX   Canada. Mar 14 2012 13:09. Posts 4804

You should read this article. It's very old, but it'll give you a bit of a sense as to what to do.

http://www.liquidpoker.net/poker-foru...t_starting_out__A_word_of_advice.html

fuck em if they cant take a joke 

thewholebank   . Mar 14 2012 19:44. Posts 8

Thanks, devon, it's a very good read so far.
It is very similar to the post by Liquid`meat.

Oh forgot to mention, I already am doing them since starting.

 Last edit: 14/03/2012 22:42

traxamillion   United States. Mar 15 2012 00:24. Posts 6903

you should tech up to PLO


Bullshit   Canada. Mar 15 2012 05:27. Posts 654

definitely tech up to plo


anheway   . Mar 15 2012 09:22. Posts 338

Full ring cash grind is like LFD normals - not hard, not many wipes, low stress etc.

Tourneys are like non-rated BGs - sometimes it's awesome when you get a good team who defends nodes and follows the strategy but often it's bots, afk-ers, road fighting tards, HK tunnel vision farmers, "let them win" ...

HU cash is competitive arena - occasionally you'll get nubs, but way more often you'll get geared to the teeth gladiator mages and battlemaster rogues


Target-x17   Canada. Mar 15 2012 10:54. Posts 1025

use tech up in a wow sentence please im not convinced this is something they say

f u bw rock 

taco   Iceland. Mar 15 2012 14:10. Posts 1761


  On March 15 2012 10:54 Target-x17 wrote:
use tech up in a wow sentence please im not convinced this is something they say



Yeah nobody says tech-up in WoW.

Source: I played WoW once for 2 months.


Venrae   United States. Mar 15 2012 22:44. Posts 1529

trips is a rly good hand, you should think about raising those too

Learn to appreciate the value of the dollar. The rest is easy. (Hurricane @ TL) 

thewholebank   . Mar 15 2012 22:50. Posts 8

Haha, you're right, that's old school... Circa 2005. Because the skill tree closely resembled the tech tree of RTS/strategy games.

Or maybe it's just me and my friends (who have long quit) who use the term.


vlseph   United States. Mar 16 2012 04:29. Posts 3025

I've played WoW for years no one ever uses "tech up." Also wtf is a passive raise vs aggressive raise???

Anyways, I'm not sure what your definition of what "grinder" means, but you can definitely grind out money playing heads up and tournaments. I assume you think of it as like a mass multi tabler who's doing 6 max or full ring right? Any of these three avenues can be profitable, you just have to find out what you are good at or what you prefer.

The only hands a nit balances in his range are the nuts, the second nuts, and the third nuts. 

PplusAD   Germany. Mar 16 2012 21:55. Posts 7044

ih 2005 is oldschool now ,)
damn i am getting old >-<

U see what i did there with A8 ? He 4 bets and there we go insta jam A8 : ---booooom -- . hahahaha ( Krantz) 

2c0ntent   Egypt. Mar 17 2012 11:34. Posts 1387


  On March 16 2012 21:55 PplusAD wrote:
ih 2005 is oldschool now ,)
damn i am getting old >-<



also

you should respec into shorthanded cash imo

+-Last edit: 17/03/2012 11:36

TampaBayMat   United States. Mar 19 2012 10:24. Posts 249

id recommend picking an aspect of the game that intrigues you most or where you think you are most advanced and get a coach

Merlot Fo Sho 

PoorUser    United States. Mar 20 2012 10:47. Posts 7121

probably best to start with low stakes full ring. focus on playing tight, learning correct bet sizing and learning the importance of position. try to make a friend or two a few levels above you that can help you out a lot on msn. can also post hands here

Moneys gotta go in here 

 
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