Browsing All posts tagged under »Winrate«

October 2013 Recap

November 1, 2013

0

Here we go again, another month… another review. This one doesn’t look so pretty though. Actually, it’s pretty horrendous! A very bad run of cards and a poor performance from my part. The worst part is that the swings came in at 25NL and it was hard to recover both financially and emotionally. I think […]

Finding Your Sweet Spot

October 6, 2013

0

In today’s games finding an edge at the tables not only increases your winrate, but can be as crucial as transforming you from a losing to a winning player. Though most of the edge you can gain from strategy and in-game tactics, one edge commonly forgotten is your psychological state and under what conditions you […]

September 2013 Recap

September 29, 2013

0

Not much can be said about September except that I ran kind of bad in terms of coolers and board runouts. Variance got the best of me at times but I’m very happy to close the month in the green. I just hate a losing month! 🙂 I mixed in different stakes between 2NL at […]

The 4K Roller Coaster Ride

September 3, 2013

1

 

Don’t Steal, Plan a Heist

August 28, 2013

1

A guide to successful steals In a short handed  game, you are dealt 6 hands in each orbit; 2 of which you will be in the blinds; Assuming we are folding all of our hands it means that each orbit will cost us 1.5bbs or 0.25bb/hand or 25bb/100 hands. For explanation purposes, say we fold […]

August 2013 Recap

August 26, 2013

1

I started off the month with a high and at one point I was doing 6bb/100 playing 3 tables at 10nl Zoom and 1 regular 16nl table. Unfortunately, the tides turned towards the end. I’ve decided to call it quits for the month; instead of grinding out the variance, I’ll sit this one out and […]