The factors of a good table

    • jayjoekuakua
      jayjoekuakua
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      Joined: 27.09.2014 Posts: 19
      Want to better participate in the game? Players must understand the importance of a good table. A good table refers to the table with multiple weak or small type of players. The ideal situation is that we have location advantages over those small players. So that when we enter the match compared to the weak position of amateur players we have advantage, which is better for them to make our "isolated raising" and "3 times raising”.

      The judgment standard is that they carry chips less than 100 times the size of the big blinds. Usually a successful poker winner will put chips which is 100 times the size of the big blinds, at the same time they will open the function of automatic filling money.

      "God’s Seat" is the best position on poker table. We say it is the best position because it has advantages when you meet three players who are weak. And two cautious player on the left side will add the value of the position. Because in an ideal situation we hope cautious player on our left side and loose players on the right side of us.

      When small players have the position advantage to us, we have to join the match with the case of a losing position advantage. Of course, if we are really sitting in this position, we don't feel particularly depressed, after all there are three week players on the table. Any real winner on such table will win money no matter which position he is in.
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    • poncygainful
      poncygainful
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      Joined: 22.07.2014 Posts: 19
      Hi, a poker is not only a game of card . You must also consider other factors in playing. You really need to observe the players at your table and pick up their strategies. According to what I read, a good table has to consider also the position and the small players advantage to us, we have to join the match with the case of a losing position advantage.
    • Agiz19
      Agiz19
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      Joined: 19.03.2007 Posts: 1,121
      There is only one factor and that is max 3 mass multitabling rake whores on a fr table and 1 on sh.
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
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      Originally posted by Agiz19
      There is only one factor and that is max 3 mass multitabling rake whores on a fr table and 1 on sh.
      Hi, Agiz19,
      Around the forums you've been posting about mass multitabling "rake whores" a lot.

      Why not just take advantage of them?

      If you can identify them, surely their play follows a pattern that can be exploited.

      Best of luck,
      VS
    • reyeswhite
      reyeswhite
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      Joined: 31.03.2013 Posts: 5
      It all depends on your strategy and what you want from your opponents. Most tables I have found are very tight, with players having a smaller starting range pre-flop, and these players can be easier to bluff IF the flop is weak and you think they have a better pocket hand, such as A :spade: K :diamond: . A tight player will play this hand pre-flop, but will be worried if the flop came up. 7 :club: 8 :diamond: 10 :spade: .

      Looser players tend to play more hands pre-flop, and these players shouldn't be bluffed against. A looser player will play hands like 5 :spade: 6 :diamond: and even if you're holding a better pocket hand such as Q :spade: J :club: , a flop of 7 :diamond: 3 :club: 3 :heart: will be better for your loser opponent.

      Overall it depends no your strategy of whether you like to bluff, or if you like to play a tighter game yourself. If you like to play lose and semi-bluff etc; you're better off against tighter players, but if you're a tigher player you're better off playing against looser players, and the main reason for this is because looser players will tend to contribute more money to the pot pre-flop, and if you hit a big pair such as K :heart: K :club: on the flop, you can play these opponents for value and squeze money from them.
    • BarryCarter
      BarryCarter
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      Great topic, we featured it here

      http://www.pokerstrategy.com/news/content/-movies-italians-quotes-tables_88212/
    • Agiz19
      Agiz19
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      Joined: 19.03.2007 Posts: 1,121
      yeah the only way to exploit them is to play any2 in the wrong spots oop to get lucky vs them and donk them, because they dont think when they play....so you must hit your 62s on turn and river....or just go allin every time they raise and hope for the jackpot as RNG is balancing their stupid degen game beacuse they ''play'' ton of hands :f_drink: