Is MSS possible on 10-max?

    • dember
      dember
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      In the article "MSS - Introduction" PokerStrategy states that "It is important to say that while using this strategy, you should always play on 9-max tables with enough opponents."

      Why only on 9-max tables and not 10-max tables? I mean the difference between 10-max and 9-max tables is really just one person :)
      Can one adapt the current '9-max only' MSS strategy to 10-max tables and if so how?
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    • 101aj
      101aj
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      in most of the poker rooms there are 9max tables... so in the article it is given 9max... basically it means fullring. and for mss the more the merrier, as u get more hands to play for ur blinds posted
    • nathanrenard
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      Originally posted by dember
      In the article "MSS - Introduction" PokerStrategy states that "It is important to say that while using this strategy, you should always play on 9-max tables with enough opponents."

      Why only on 9-max tables and not 10-max tables? I mean the difference between 10-max and 9-max tables is really just one person :)
      Can one adapt the current '9-max only' MSS strategy to 10-max tables and if so how?
      I think it is even better on 10-max.

      Just add a extra EP and youll be fine.
    • Gerv
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      Hello Dember!

      What 101aj says is indeed true, the more people joins your table, the actual better it is for you due it is slow tempo :)

      Normally ''9-max'' is a synonym for ''fullring'' which means it covers the whole table ring. There can be 8,9 or 10 players sitting on 1 fullring table depending on which pokersite you play

      Best regards,
      Gerv
    • dember
      dember
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      Cheers.