SSS and NL200+

    • dzejkej
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      I would like to ask our mid/high stakes SSSers why they stayed with short stack strategy and haven't switched to BSS.

      On micro stakes it is a safe and working way how to build a BR, etc, etc, but I guess you guys are more skilled and have a lot more experience, so what is the reason? :)

      Thanks!
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    • Agiz19
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      like in the small stakes:) plus at those limits is advanced shortstack strategy gives you good profit over the long run plus some players are quite loose and try to exploit your stack thinking u are money scared. I like sss on those limits better than on 0.5/1 and lower.
    • hunt32
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      The reason is, because it's still profitable... :D
    • dzejkej
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      And lets brag a bit, what does your BB/100 looks on a bigger sample size on NL200+ stakes?

      I'm really interested how profitable it is for you with less fishes at the tables :) .
    • hunt32
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      About 2.75 BB/100 on nl200
    • slikec
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      Originally posted by hunt32
      About 2.75 BB/100 on nl200
      Nice one :D
    • Agiz19
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      At least you don't get donked som may times with 83s :D
    • viewer88
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      Originally posted by hunt32
      About 2.75 BB/100 on nl200
      Wow really? nice :D

      Is it fullring? If so, is there enough trafic to multitable?
    • tehChipDonk
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      Originally posted by dzejkej
      I would like to ask our mid/high stakes SSSers why they stayed with short stack strategy and haven't switched to BSS.

      On micro stakes it is a safe and working way how to build a BR, etc, etc, but I guess you guys are more skilled and have a lot more experience, so what is the reason? :)

      Thanks!
      more rakeback with the same amount of $ buyin
    • hunt32
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      Originally posted by viewer88

      Wow really? nice :D

      Is it fullring? If so, is there enough trafic to multitable?
      Of course it's fullring, on peak times I play 6-9 tables, but mostly 3-6.
      After nl50 table selection becomes almost as important as strategy itself so there is no need for multitabling insane number of tables, most of the times it will be more profitable playing just a few.

      I had a hard time switching from 16 tables to 4, since you don't have as much action, but I solved that with a movie or tv series on my second monitor :) :)