Best money maker game?

    • noz03
      Joined: 07.03.2012 Posts: 129
      Im not expecting to get rich quick or anything like this but Id like to build my bankroll as fasst as psosible and try to make a little bit of cash. What type of game would be the best way to do this?? stts? mtts? cash games? or some kind of special game like double/trebble your money tournys, etc?
  • 9 replies
    • pavels4444
      Joined: 09.09.2010 Posts: 1,539
      60s and 100s HU SnG on pokerstars :) def give it a shot!!
    • Tunatic
      Joined: 13.03.2011 Posts: 247
      So simple.

      Buy-in to a $20 tournament with 1000+ players, win it, there's your fortune.
    • bradomurder
      Joined: 17.10.2008 Posts: 1,330
      9-man sng is best reliability:winrate I think.

      mtts or multitable-sng are the best long run but more complex to play and variance rapes
    • jonnyjm
      Joined: 24.03.2008 Posts: 447
      6-max Hold'em/PLO
    • Slurpee
      Joined: 28.10.2010 Posts: 140
      i think it really depends on your skill/play style. maybe one specific game really works for a certain player, doesn't mean you will get the same results.

      try a few games yourself, and if you're just new to poker don't be in any rush to increase your bankroll. just focus on playing solid TAG and beating the players on your limits, and in time if you do this the bankroll will come on its own.
    • gadget51
      Joined: 23.06.2008 Posts: 5,622
      Hi there noz03, I hope you are having a good day? :)

      Ok, so if you need to ask, you obviously don't know the answer, but that's good and well done for even asking! I suggest you join the no Limit Beginners Course and see if you like that; hey, it's run by an expert and it's free = no brainer if you ask me. :rolleyes: It's the obvious way to learn and the coach is very nice, friendly and patient...I know, I've done the course myself. :f_biggrin:

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    • noz03
      Joined: 07.03.2012 Posts: 129
      Thanks for all th replies. Maybe I should have narrowed it down a little bit. So new question...

      For a beginner, which is better? cash games or sng??

      For example its obvious that heads up is great cash earner but takes years to master, im looking for a game that I can easily grind on as a beginner without months and months of practice?

      Btw Ive been playing semi serious for the last 2 months now so im not a complete fish any more. Played both cash games and sng (mostly sng so far)
    • OarrO
      Joined: 30.03.2010 Posts: 30
      personally for me Hyper 6-man SnGs are a fast way to get that bankroll up.

      at the low stakes theres loads of traffic if you click a 4/6 $1.50 you won't get in it's that fast :s_biggrin:

      I'm like yourself not a complete fish (i was bronze status last week) but far from a master i turned $15 into $450 in 2 days and then lost it in 2 hours playing the $30 Hyper SnGs (obviously out my league and dreadful BR management) But since I've been grinding the $1.50 for 5 days with a profit of about $170 without any downswings and improving my game which I'm starting to realise is much more important than $/hr!

      but it's suited to me i don't enjoy cash games because a few bad beats can cost you a considerable amount of your bankroll and although i love mtt and normal/turbo SnGs i find my patience starts to lack when there is only $1.50 at stake for a 45min-2hr SnG where as hypers are wrapped up in 15 minutes i started 2 tabling and am now 4 tabling so i do 16 SnGs an hour.

      well that's my 2 cents!
    • ThatGuyMatt
      Joined: 03.12.2010 Posts: 3,765
      Hey noz03,

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