How to pick a table? Plrs/Flop? H/hr?

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    • TimothyVdp1
      TimothyVdp1
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      players per flop is an indication of how loose the table plays
      generally FR more than 25% is a good table, more than 30% is very good since u will get a lot of value from your big hands
      SH it has to be more since there are only 6 players ;)
      hands per hour is an indication of how good the players are, more hands per hour the better since they make decisions faster but I don't use that one
      average pot should be large too, again value,...
      an average pot of 20bb is very good, more than 10 is also good but I prefer a looser table since I make the pots big enough myself :)
    • batmanbg
      batmanbg
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      Thanks for the quickly answer
    • TimothyVdp1
      TimothyVdp1
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      forgot 1 thing: all these things are useless if the table is full of shortstacks :)
      you want to have all full stacks, preferably some deep stacks, 6handed I choose tables with max 1 shortie (and probably take his place since he'll be the first to bust), FR max 2 imo :)
    • AussieIan
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      Good advice...used your advice earlier and found a table running at 60%p/f and avg pot of 27BB....made 96BB profit in 35 hands till visitors arrived and i had to log off!!