Does anyone use the SSS at PS anymore?

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    • jbpatzer
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      It's working well for me at the moment over a small sample size. Details in my blog.
    • Tampaloeres81
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      Jup works for me as well. But stay away from my tables :f_biggrin:
    • MrMardyBum
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      Lol... Cheers guys, I am tempted to start up SSS again with 50 BI and try grind out Platinum status and a couple of bonuses before Jan 1st when I make an assault on SN.


      Checking out the blogs now :D
    • tokyoaces
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      After you posted this I played around on the short tables on Stars. Granted I was super picky about table selection, was only able to ever get three total going, but I had a few amazing sessions.

      I still can't grind it out on SSS, its just too boring, but I think I might hit up these tables when I'm feeling frustrated with full stack. :f_cool:
    • BOBOsvk
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      die sss
    • MrMardyBum
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      Originally posted by tokyoaces
      After you posted this I played around on the short tables on Stars. Granted I was super picky about table selection, was only able to ever get three total going, but I had a few amazing sessions.

      I still can't grind it out on SSS, its just too boring, but I think I might hit up these tables when I'm feeling frustrated with full stack. :f_cool:
      Yeah after reading the blogs I went for a mini-session (721 hands) and lost 4 BI's admittedly I only used the basic starting hand range though, I do enjoy the all in action. However today I returned back to NL5 full stacked. AGAIN I might add.... Frickin' $300 mark is eluding me everytime I get close right now!

      I may use it as a break from playing full stacked, or when I have to earn so many points in a certain amount of time, but I don't really think I can return to this full-time.
    • MrMardyBum
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      Originally posted by BOBOsvk
      die sss
      Mature, thanks.
    • AlCaTrAzzALZ
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      i like to post this pic whenever some idiot posts somthing like 'die shortstacker die'... i hope some new player see's this pic, and decides to play SSS over BSS, and stacks BOBOsvk ;)



      all at the 20-50 tables on PS, NL25SSS
    • Tampaloeres81
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      lol thats 20BI's in 850 hands. thats just sick!
    • silent21
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      Originally posted by BOBOsvk
      die sss
      this needs more love :heart:


      Originally posted by MrMardyBum
      Originally posted by BOBOsvk
      die sss
      Mature, thanks.
      im immature, arrogant and i hate SSSers for their lack of skills, lack of devotion and intelligence to learn the game and use of an fundamental advantage of buying in short against full. all said results in killing the game, playing a brainless push/fold game
    • MrMardyBum
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      But at least you have your reasons ;)
    • jbpatzer
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      I play in the shallow stacked table ghetto on Pokerstars. Buy in is 20-50BB so you deepstackers can have your fun elsewhere while us pondlife, I mean shortstackers, play our mindless push or fold game.

      That didn't sound as much like 'fuck off' as I meant it to. I must work on my writing skills. :f_mad:
    • MrMardyBum
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      Originally posted by silent21

      im immature, arrogant and i hate SSSers for their lack of skills, lack of devotion and intelligence to learn the game and use of an fundamental advantage of buying in short against full. all said results in killing the game, playing a brainless push/fold game

      Actually it's a very maths orientated strategy.
    • tokyoaces
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      Originally posted by silent21
      im immature, arrogant and i hate SSSers for their lack of skills, lack of devotion and intelligence to learn the game
      It takes skills, devotion and intelligence to beat SSS, just a whole lot less. There are plenty of bad decisions to be made.

      Originally posted by silent21
      and use of an fundamental advantage of buying in short against full. all said results in killing the game, playing a brainless push/fold game
      This thread is about playing SS at SS tables ...

      Also, the fact that its mindless, relaxing, and fun is a good thing.
    • Evante
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      Originally posted by tokyoaces
      Originally posted by silent21
      im immature, arrogant and i hate SSSers for their lack of skills, lack of devotion and intelligence to learn the game
      It takes skills, devotion and intelligence to beat SSS, just a whole lot less. There are plenty of bad decisions to be made.

      Originally posted by silent21
      and use of an fundamental advantage of buying in short against full. all said results in killing the game, playing a brainless push/fold game
      This thread is about playing SS at SS tables ...

      Also, the fact that its mindless, relaxing, and fun is a good thing.
      Actually i think the maths really comes into play when you are against another player using SSS.

      Btw i dont use Stats, i am kinda stuck in SSS NL25.

      Anyone plays SSS on higher limits w/o stats?
    • joecar
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      I find MSS is working well for me on 0.05 (40-250BB)