Saturday, October 17, 2009

October - So Far

With the help of Table Ninja for Full Tilt (beta) and the promise of free Stox and/or Card Runners video training I've renewed my efforts to play more and improve my game.  The month started off well then went to crap.

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My all-in EV went to shit after losing a couple huge pots when I was waaaay ahead - one at 100PLHE and one at 50PLHE.  I had a nice session today winning two all-ins and several decent sized pots.  I've resolved to play better, smarter poker.  Virge told me a long time ago that if you work on getting your non-showdown winnings to be about even the rest will fall into place.  I'm starting to believe him. 

I can't imagine playing 6-8+ tables without Table Ninja.  I use the right click to check/fold and sometimes use the best sizing options.  It makes multi-tabling so much easier.  That said, I did make one error at a table for a buyin that wouldn't have happened had I not be using Table Ninja but that was operator error and not the fault of the software.

I earned half of month of free Stox Poker last month and I'm well on my way to earning a full month next month via Truly Free Poker Training.  The best part is getting credit for partial months so those of you that play lower stakes can also take advantage of this offer. 

I've finally reached the target for my bankroll to play more of the 100PLHE.  I've found that the play is actually loser on the 100PLHE tables than it is at the 50PLHE tables - at least lately - but there are usually fewer 100PLHE tables running.  That works out well for me since I'm mixing in one or two tables of the 100s with my 50s.  I might move closer to a 50/50 mix with a few 50NLHE tables thrown in when I can't find enough PLHE running.

I know I've said this in the past but it is still true today: the PLHE tables are much juicier than the NLHE tables.  Check the table stats for yourself.  It is still surprisingly easy to get a player's stack with a big hand or less at the PLHE tables that you might think. 

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