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pinki Rank 21
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@Want2Believe wrote:

Hey hey! @MadAdo I'm not playing Nanos, think it's just a wasted time. I rather wager those cents on sport few times and will get x2 x3 x5 x10. Same thing with Micros, but we need to play it for the missions. Interesting competition in poker for me is in tourneys 10E+. Less crazy donkers, more solid players (captain America whisperd me this) P.S. I'm not playing poker for money anymore. Smile


come on Smile  when i play some nanos or micros :  im watching a film , doing many stuff ...  maybe with 4+ tables situations looks diffrent or if some money are close  then ... Smile  Sport? I used to have a lot of fun in it ... I think I will come back to it.  but always no time for bets especially Live bets ...  i dont like pre since couple years ... i always hunting for goals at the end of the match Smile

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4soul Rank 18
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MadAdo Rank 16
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Well done, nice advices so far ... but especially giving credit to our nano-nightmare specialist -> MR. @pinki  you deserve an icecream for sure, your analysis damn interesting and you run into deep details which is why I like it so much ! Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

Meanwhile I'm thinking about my twitch-friend's GOLD advice: "earn money by folding" Rofl

It should looks somewhat stupid for you, but he is absolutely right in many ways. I watched his stream as he played on PokerStars from $1.50 Sit&Go (6-max) and cash games starting from 5/10c up to 25/50c (high-roller! for many of us Smile) ... his graphs have been interesting and I like his patience. But seems like 'variance' and cold-streak take his mind into wrong side so he stop/quit to play (once more time) !!! And this is story which we all know and are aware of and would like to avoid whenevert possible ... you all know the story.

 

Q: $1M - "What do you think about CASH tables (micro for now) on Unibet - are they all worth to play" ?

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psrquack Rank 24
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Absolutely, if you are a winning player at Stars you won't have any problem beating the same limit here.

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Bing__ Rank 17
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I would beat NL4 on unibet so deffo worth playing Rofl

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pinki Rank 21
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@MadAdo here you have several donks and crazy  on micro and nano : Roflimage.pngQ5s

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everyone  allin with 50BB+ 

and another bad person ... beware him  ... probably drunk nonstop  and with  symptoms of schizophrenia @mafioso77777  Smilemafioso.png

edit:  First three -> singularity 1 euro

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pinki Rank 21
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@MadAdo  micros level is terrible ...  this is madness ... Nanos this is perfect world Smile

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MadAdo Rank 16
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@pinki  I'm stick with those @mafioso77777 player gambler ... I saw/meet him several times and have really nothing good word for him Puking

But I think that also @emeli77777 (don't know how many sevens are there) is a same bottle of alcohol. Those kind of players gamblers play with really no mark of sense, no strategy, just putting chips in. Pitty thing is that they take mine as well and as far as I get tillted, they knock me out - good job with playing any2 all day long!

 

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pinki Rank 21
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@MadAdo wrote:

@pinki  I'm stick with those @mafioso77777 player gambler ... I saw/meet him several times and have really nothing good word for him Puking

But I think that also @emeli77777 (don't know how many sevens are there) is a same bottle of alcohol. Those kind of players gamblers play with really no mark of sense, no strategy, just putting chips in. Pitty thing is that they take mine as well and as far as I get tillted, they knock me out - good job with playing any2 all day long!


@MadAdo  agree. i played many games on s...rs(micros,freerolls) ... and i saw many things but on Unibet we have a huge intensity such players  I wonder what is the reason? anonymity? but Jesus Christ  are certain  boundaries ... even if they are beggingers. I also sometimes behave like a donkey at the table. and i have bad luck with them many times at FT, itm  stage, qualifiers bubble stage --  i receive from them calls with trashy in hands ... . sometimes the game is simply impossible. its great when you have at the table such players ... but not 50%or more Scared  For me 1-2E MTTs are below the nanos ...  @Want2Believe  may be right ..  better place  1euro  sport bet instead waste of time with them...if you won try some  qualifiers maybe on 5-10euro is quite nice climate ?:P

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MadAdo Rank 16
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@psrquack  I was no too much winning player (concerning cash games) on Stars, but here on Unibet @Bing__  I'm was absolutely one! My cash-outs (withdrawal) are ranging 40-60 BI continuously whole year long (90% of this income are from cash games). Beside others I managed to take nearly 40from NL4 cash ticket and around 70€ from NL10. I never turn-out NL25 Sad until today (but there have been no too much attempts = got ticket 2 or 3 times only).

Okay, I do not keep my BR to 100BI or so (because I regularly cashing-out) ... I have only 1/10th required/recommended volume.

My greatest session this year was a 29€ profit within 1 hour with just playing 6 tables of NL4 (I buy-in for 100BB only most of the time)!

I tried NL10/NL25 several times but I do not feel too comfortable there (I'm aware that BR around 50eur simply not enough for playing such stakes)!

Because I want 'once a life' feel like a true high-stakes player Geek I stepped into NL200 for a quite short session this year as well (I perfectly understand all the risks, etc.) ... I played super ultra tight-passive there (because of respect/money scared = played with my full BR) ... but I hit perfect board by defending my 34 ... got 2 pairs. On turn I complete full-house and be a true calling-station. On river villain moved all-in and there was no escape for me (because I was already pot-commit) ... snap-call and villain shows his A-high (pair on board did not count) Angel So I won somewhat 450€ pot. After this hand I leave the table because I'm not a gambler/bingo player Smile and I already got what I have looked for! I cashout half the BR and returns couple days later to NL200, NL100 and NL50 ... you can imagine that even if you feel good, you should never do same things twice ... so nearly bust there (but running really bad -> flush to boat, straight to flush, set to higher set, etc.) so got again what I deserved!

But back to the main topic!

Q: $1M - "Which strategy should crush NL4 on Unibet" ?

-> I saw in other blogs/discussions here that you should play tight-aggressive and OK, this works pretty well as far as you run good (e.g. no runner-runner suck out, no loosing overpair pocket, no flushes/gut-shot straights etc. ...) I like playing pockets (no matter which ones, just try to play them all). Whenever got set on flop, try to go for value. This working pretty well until you are patient enough because there are plenty of players which are happy with their Ax and hitting Ace on flop! Even more they happy whenever have top pair with ANY kicker. I just experience (mostly previous week) that I was not soo much patient and got many times attracted by loose table to play also speculative hands (not waiting for premium or even suited-connectors) which getting me in pots with just hoping to flop well (which is not what you can stick on = not optimal strategy). Result is that how you loosing your stack you can re-buy or try to double-up ... so I just getting loosing money (I should say so) because I wanna back my money which I invest in previous hands ... no good strategy either!

My last 'cash game' hand review:

got dimes (TT): and hit flop AJT (rainbow) which I was perfectly confidend with. 2 opponents and I aware that 1 of them hold an Ace! I was little thinking about QK but no worry about it so much - still a chance for made a full-house). So I just decide to little overbet (moved all-in = 60BB which is no my standard play) into 15-20BB pot. Quick fold and second villain tanking a while and just call (so I know he really don't have QK). He turns out AK and I was quite fine with his hand until river Q is comming Jazzhands ... so such things happen. To be more calm I just enter whole hand into Poker odds and was quite surprised that he still have around 15% chance to win on such a flop! => yes, I know the basic math 4x Q and multiply by factor 4 (on flop) so roughly 16% chance to win !!!

OKAY, I'm looking for your advices to play NL4 and how to adapt loose/tight table - what should be an 'optimal' or at least profitable strategy ?

 

 

@pinki  I regularly meet 'crazy' bingo player on FullTilt as well. His nick was Eminem Rofl and we met on so-called 'shallow' tables (capped to 20-40 blinds only). Situation was like this: he moved all-in (40BB) never mind what he got Smile and when I folding my SB/BB he left the table Rofl and when I called him I won most of the time (I did not called with total thrash hands). I loved met such a donations Angel but for sure I lost several times as well because of 'board' cards you did not affect so much when AIPF Rockon

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