BRM if we only play at max 2 tables of BSS?

    • KidPokersKid
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      I am just wondering if its not too unreasonable to be playing with smaller BRM if we are only going to be playing 1 or 2 tables at the most? PS tells us 25 brm is okay for BSS if I am using like 15 BRM while 2 tabling I should be okay. I make alot better decisions when I play less tables
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    • TheBrood
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      In theory sounds ok to me, but the problem is, I think BRM is not to protect against bad decisions, but big downswings.
    • shortfuse
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      Originally posted by KidPokersKid
      I am just wondering if its not too unreasonable to be playing with smaller BRM if we are only going to be playing 1 or 2 tables at the most? PS tells us 25 brm is okay for BSS if I am using like 15 BRM while 2 tabling I should be okay. I make alot better decisions when I play less tables
      don't be stupid, stick to 25
    • NightFrostaSS
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      If you will be able to move down quickly then it's ok.
    • opal99
      opal99
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      i dont see the reason ^^ If you're so good and disciplined to play with only 15 BI, you can earn those 10 BI in no time and so be rolled for your limit.. Just play with 25 BI and move up a week later.
    • Dragar
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      The difference between 2-4 tables is very little. It gets harder with 6 tables ++ I think

      You can use the BRM for 2 to 4 tables but have to be prepared to move down limits.

      I would suggest sticking to 20 BI BRM for your limit though.
    • Cealin
      Cealin
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      Originally posted by NightFrostaSS
      If you will be able to move down quickly then it's ok.
      This.
    • andreibalint
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      I'll post shorty a little analysis of BRM.
    • Faye6891
      Faye6891
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      Originally posted by Cealin
      Originally posted by NightFrostaSS
      If you will be able to move down quickly then it's ok.
      This.
      Exactly!

      And another thing that I think that's a lot important too. You have to be in your confort zone. If you'll feel comfortable playing with 15BI then go ahead and do it.

      But as TheBrood pointed out, BRM is to protect against downswings and not bad decisions.
    • Cpwpoker
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      Uhhh i did not read all the thread but i will give my opinion.

      BRM was never a stack size for Multi-tabling think it is the stack size for 1 table game.

      Multi-tabling is just an advance skill to play more hand in a given time.

      So in my opinion it you should stick with the BRM.