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Old 12-26-2005, 02:31 AM
baronzeus baronzeus is offline
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Default Re: winner at 20/40, loser at 30/60?

I have approximately the same showdown numbers at 30/60 (actually almost exactly the same, 37.5/51.5) and am an overall winner (around 1BB/100). Don't know if this matters much though.
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:50 AM
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Default Re: winner at 20/40, loser at 30/60?

there's a guy who posts here named TxRedman who had a similar problem jumping from the 15 to the 30, and, despite a run of good play/cards for the first 10K hands, jumped back down to the 15 after he lost 150 BB's over the next 70K hands.


hmmmm...
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Old 12-26-2005, 04:40 AM
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Default Re: winner at 20/40, loser at 30/60?

You should post your complete stats. My WTSD is lower than yours by 2 percentage points, but my W$SD is 58. You may be calling down too much with unimproved A high when it's clear you're beat, or perhaps it's something else.

As for how you can be an overall loser when your W$SD is above 50, it's simple. You're winning the small pots and losing the big ones. Determining why that is happening is much tougher.
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Old 12-26-2005, 07:59 PM
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Default Re: winner at 20/40, loser at 30/60?

i have about 10k hands at both and 30-60 seems much much tougher.
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Old 12-26-2005, 08:58 PM
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Default Re: winner at 20/40, loser at 30/60?

80k hands is still very much the short term online especially when multi-tabling. I suspect you've ran well at 20-40, are running poorly at 30-60, and are also having some adjustment problems in the tougher 30 game. It is most certainly some combination of all three.

If bankroll isn't an issue, I'd suggest not giving up on the 30. Yes, the 20 games play looser and more passive, but if you really can beat the 20 for over 1/100 while 5-tabling, there's no reason you can't beat the 30 (although for slightly less per 100).
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Old 12-27-2005, 02:56 AM
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Default Re: winner at 20/40, loser at 30/60?

i'm not usually involved your conversations over here, but one thing i didn't notice is the way you are mixing in your 30 tables. In my experience, it is a bit easier to play less tables at a higher limit while adjusting (FWIW im usually playing 6 max nl). based on your stats you certainly seem to have the ability to beat the 30, so maybe you should narrow your focus till you feel more confident at this level. again, this may help you to make the adjustments necessary to beat the 30.

just my 2c, happy holidays

p.s. post full stats too!
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