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ClouD87   Italy. Dec 10 2013 22:18. Posts 524

Hey guys, this is my first post here and I'm glad I remembered about this forum since I read Rekrul's epic thread years ago. I'll be surfing the forum a lot from now on and perhaps post some hands when I get better.
I was actually a Starcraft 2 progamer until I stopped a few months ago and I decided to start my poker career from there. I've played poker part time for the first months, starting with a 500€ deposit around june and now i have 1500€ on stars. I am playing full time since last month and I was wondering what a good number of 27 men SNG could be.
I am currently tabling 35x and was thinking 1500 sit/week could be a solid number, but I would love to know the opinion of more expert players.
Also since I started playing the 3€ buyin sits I've been break even. My coach says it can happen to have a long streak of bad luck and I shouldn't worry since my HM stats are very similar to other players who have much better ROI than I do atm, but the fact that worries me the most is that I played 9k sits and more than 400k hands since I started going break even. Could anyone confirm me this or should I worry about having extremely large holes in my play?

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napoleono   Romania. Dec 11 2013 02:01. Posts 771

Dont worry about. Keep improving and results will come eventually. Post some graphs and hands with how you thought them through. Reducing table numbers should help with results as well.

le: also is there enough of a player pool to keep running 35 tables of 27 man SNGs on ps.it?

 Last edit: 11/12/2013 02:29

GoldRush   United States. Dec 11 2013 02:38. Posts 1025

stick to extreme strict bankroll management (300bi for turbos, 60bi for any random 45 man sng or less players, 200bi for any 180 man, 500bi for most mtt's)

take your time, learn as much as possible, get subscriptions, work hard, play harder, never give up - grind your butt off, many years have passed, learn the game right, and make sure are learning correctly.

GL


ClouD87   Italy. Dec 11 2013 08:18. Posts 524

I agree strict bankroll management and a healthy mindset are definitely the key things in poker. I was just wondering if it's possible to play well and go even in 400k hands.
Tabling seems smooth so far, I even thought about increasing the count to 40x. There's also enough traffic at low stakes to make it possible on ps.it


napoleono   Romania. Dec 11 2013 08:52. Posts 771

How much is the higher ROI for other regs that you talking about?


ClouD87   Italy. Dec 11 2013 09:07. Posts 524

8-15 ROI


VanDerMeyde   Norway. Dec 11 2013 13:57. Posts 5013

hi iG.Cloud

:DLast edit: 11/12/2013 14:02

dnagardi   Hungary. Dec 11 2013 14:31. Posts 1729

are u enjoying the game? if your answer is not 100% yes you will only get pain and suffering in the end.


mnj   United States. Dec 12 2013 00:00. Posts 3848


  On December 11 2013 01:38 GoldRush wrote:
stick to extreme strict bankroll management (300bi for turbos, 60bi for any random 45 man sng or less players, 200bi for any 180 man, 500bi for most mtt's)

take your time, learn as much as possible, get subscriptions, work hard, play harder, never give up - grind your butt off, many years have passed, learn the game right, and make sure are learning correctly.

GL



LOOOL


GoldRush   United States. Dec 12 2013 23:58. Posts 1025

MNJ - because I know something does not mean I always do it.

I come from a long line of gamblers, its harder for some than others.

I have improved in this area 99% in the past few years though, so your post really isn't "that funny!" but it has its merits, I'll give you that.


YoMeR   United States. Dec 13 2013 01:44. Posts 12431

First off don't listen to Gold Rush's advice.

2ndly I wouldn't really focus on the money really. Just keep reading up. keep thinking. Post hands if you have questions. And stay as objective as possible.

eZ Life. 

LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Dec 13 2013 13:04. Posts 15133

is you ig.cloud from BW? :O

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napoleono   Romania. Dec 13 2013 16:55. Posts 771

Yeah he is, also a former Alternate player in sc2.


Trav94   Canada. Dec 13 2013 22:50. Posts 1774

The capitol D gave away who you are


ClouD87   Italy. Dec 14 2013 06:32. Posts 524

damn


Rapoza   Brasil. Dec 14 2013 07:01. Posts 1612

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LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Dec 14 2013 09:26. Posts 15133


  On December 13 2013 15:55 napoleono wrote:
Yeah he is, also a former Alternate player in sc2.


former what from what?
That's like mentioning that a retired UFC heavy weight fighter is also a former wrestler.

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napoleono   Romania. Dec 14 2013 13:13. Posts 771


  On December 14 2013 08:26 LemOn[5thF] wrote:
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former what from what?
That's like mentioning that a retired UFC heavy weight fighter is also a former wrestler.
Not sure what u talking about. I said also former, because he was part of iG during BW and a part of Alternate SC2 team.


Target-x17   Canada. Dec 14 2013 13:58. Posts 1027

Hey you might remember me as iG.target Im one of if not the only sng pro who visits this site. I have no idea how italian stars or whatever works or what games your able to play but first off I think the 27 man reg speeds are terrible games to play. Theres like no high micro or mid stakes that run and the skills dont really translate to the high hourly games that are currently avaible like 18/180 turbos and hypers. It teaches you some basics but not much that translates to money in the current poker setting.

A player whos able to play alot of tables with very limited knowledge can easily make 15euros an hour starting at 180's thats where I think your skill set is best.

At one point this year I was in the top 5 on the sharkscope leaderboard and coached two or three of the others. 40 tablers are actually quite rare and id look to coach and stake guys like you rather then a much better poker player just because of the hourly$ potential. Shame if italians cant play them tho thats another thing.

The poker climates really bad right now and I cant really recommend it to many people. Especially someone in a country with lots of regulations and taxes. But guys who wasted are lives playing video games instead of studying like many of us are often those people ;p.

f u bw rock 

LemOn[5thF]   Czech Republic. Dec 14 2013 14:21. Posts 15133


  On December 14 2013 12:13 napoleono wrote:
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Not sure what u talking about. I said also former, because he was part of iG during BW and a part of Alternate SC2 team.


I mean playing BW is an accomplishment and shows something. Playing SC2 is like online poker on facebook. Not really the real thing.

SC2 Sucks.

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