mss-LEAKS

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    • nathanrenard
      nathanrenard
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      Joined: 09.02.2009 Posts: 816
      What i have seen from most common leaks are as follow:

      1. Impatience (gets bummer sometimes having to fold too many spots).
      2. Misplay post-flop.
      3. Playing against fewer opponents.
      4. Not waiting for the bb when leaving a table (you did pay 1,5bb to see 9 hands, so see them) "unless ur not comfortable with or unaware of how to play with a big stack"

      And for the lower limits, you are good just following the charts, trust me.
      This is a graph (you guys love graphs), of a session i just finished playing strictly by the charts. (ofc is not always like that, expect to run below EV... A LOT!)



      And people say we bleed money from non-showdown winnings...
    • synthnick
      synthnick
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      Joined: 18.08.2011 Posts: 2
      ty man
    • 101aj
      101aj
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      Joined: 16.10.2010 Posts: 170
      Originally posted by nathanrenard
      What i have seen from most common leaks are as follow:

      1. Impatience (gets bummer sometimes having to fold too many spots).
      2. Misplay post-flop.
      3. Playing against fewer opponents.
      4. Not waiting for the bb when leaving a table (you did pay 1,5bb to see 9 hands, so see them) "unless ur not comfortable with or unaware of how to play with a big stack"

      And for the lower limits, you are good just following the charts, trust me.
      This is a graph (you guys love graphs), of a session i just finished playing strictly by the charts. (ofc is not always like that, expect to run below EV... A LOT!)



      And people say we bleed money from non-showdown winnings...


      great graph ... also nice work to keep the red line horizontal :) ...
    • nathanrenard
      nathanrenard
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      Joined: 09.02.2009 Posts: 816
      Originally posted by 101aj
      Originally posted by nathanrenard
      What i have seen from most common leaks are as follow:

      1. Impatience (gets bummer sometimes having to fold too many spots).
      2. Misplay post-flop.
      3. Playing against fewer opponents.
      4. Not waiting for the bb when leaving a table (you did pay 1,5bb to see 9 hands, so see them) "unless ur not comfortable with or unaware of how to play with a big stack"

      And for the lower limits, you are good just following the charts, trust me.
      This is a graph (you guys love graphs), of a session i just finished playing strictly by the charts. (ofc is not always like that, expect to run below EV... A LOT!)



      And people say we bleed money from non-showdown winnings...
      Was just a session i had just ended @Stars, that was one i mainly played strictly by the charts. Imo, no need to mutate that much on NL2, NL5.



      great graph ... also nice work to keep the red line horizontal :) ...