Racing through NL25

    • nitaidean
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      I finally made the decision last week to go up in stakes from NL10 to NL25, with bout $550 or so in my bankroll. And I must say... I've had the NICEST welcome imaginable=)





      Current BR: $920
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    • NightFrostaSS
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      FR?
    • OZSA
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      i wonder how much u run above EV coz 20bb/100 is pretty much a big lucky period
    • nitaidean
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      Yeah, multitabling like 16 or so fullring. Gonna also give SH a shot when I reach $1k. The variance there is higher, but from my experience the level of play at SH is considerably worse than FR, and its more profitable if you can take the swings.
    • nitaidean
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      My EV is $90 lower than my winnings - tho $50 of that was due to a set vs set situation which got all-in on flop and i sucked out with quads on the river.
    • NightFrostaSS
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      I'd say the opposite is true and SH games are tougher than FR, probably because almost all content on training sites is mainly dedicated to SH.
    • nitaidean
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      dunno, I didn't play any SH on NL25, but on NL10 its ridiculous. People play far too loose and never give anyone credit for a real hand. And the fish seem to gravitate to there rather than FR. FR games tend to be mainly populated with nitty players.

      But who am i to complain? I'm running quite well on FR at the moment :P
    • yeahyoung0312
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      Originally posted by NightFrostaSS
      I'd say the opposite is true and SH games are tougher than FR, probably because almost all content on training sites is mainly dedicated to SH.
      Hmmm... Maybe I should switch to FR...
    • DecMate
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      Originally posted by NightFrostaSS
      I'd say the opposite is true and SH games are tougher than FR, probably because almost all content on training sites is mainly dedicated to SH.
      I agree, i'm an NL25 SH player and i've just gave FR a try and there are waaay more fish there and ABC regs, SH is tougher
    • Gu911
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      Wow, nice start! And congrats on keeping a positive redline :)

      I've too just started playing NL25FR, jumped up when my BR hit $500 and I'm now at $570 after 1500 hands. Hope to be running as hot as you in the coming hands as well.
    • freespirit47
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      very nice graph, really motivating :) i'm still cruising at nl10 but getting realy close to moving up soon, this gives me some hope :)

      keep on crushing, will deffo follow!

      gl
    • justkyle88
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      Woooooot. Very nice start to your new lvl.

      That is a very small sample size so don't be surprised if you do go on a bit of a downswing after this. But keep crushing. GL

      Regards,

      Kyle.