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When to leave the table?

    • Pookee
      Joined: 20.06.2010 Posts: 1
      hi guys!

      I play NL10 on Stars and it seems I have many problems with table selection.
      I have marked fish players, but when i find table with these players there are at least
      3 tag regs already on that table. But tags are not such a problem. They aren't so hard to outplay, but lag players are the problem. So there are 2 tags, 2 lags, fish and me (i try to play 25/22 or even more but lags simply outplay me) Should I stay on this kind of a table or not?

      What kind of table should I select?
  • 5 replies
    • Swimm
      Joined: 22.06.2008 Posts: 383

      you should stay at this table if you are in position against the fish , and there are no players with a high 3-bet% after you
    • antstruk
      Joined: 30.08.2010 Posts: 494
      Play tables with the highest cash in pot and highest players per flop
    • harvbucks
      Joined: 28.07.2009 Posts: 111
      if you feel your being outplayed get off the table. 1 fish to getting 3 bet to death doesn't make sense. also, if your getting attacked by laggy players, open up your 4 bet range, you'll be surprised how fast they shut it down after you do it a couple times
    • andiperusko
      Joined: 04.11.2010 Posts: 58
      When you say "outplayed" what do you mean ?
    • Alan883
      Joined: 03.12.2008 Posts: 1,941
      Well everybody was telling how hard is to play on stars. I started playing on stars a month ago NL10SH and i didnt find it so difficult to play. Now i play at NL25SH and i find many fishes there. You can also simply play vs nits. the play only AA from EP and you call with 22 trap them and got ther stack:) ) Dont forget to be aggresive and with wide range so you can extract enaugh cvalue when u have monster.

      Here is my NL10SH graph:

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      And here is also my current NL25SH graph. Well first two session i have some problems adopting to play but now it is getting better.

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      The point is that there are not so many good players as you may think. Just sit at the table and if u find to many good player at it just leave and find new one....u will find fishes pretty soon.