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Aiming to be a midstakes player
November 23, 2015 - 20:28
Hi I'm Para. My pokerstars account is primming.
I've been a low stakes player for a while and now I want to move up in stakes. I started off playing husngs and transitioned to spin and gos when they were released. My biggest problem I think is not playing enough and studying too much. I've set a goal to play as many $7 spin and gos until the end of the year and if I have good results move up to the $15s. I have some confidence that I can move up but I think I need a much bigger bankroll to do so.
I promise to stick with this blog this time and not give up like I did previously. Recently I've changed my mindset about poker from a hobby to something I want to succeed in.
My goals until December 31st:
- Profit at least $1000
- Maintain 39%+ ITM
December 5, 2015 - 01:37#2
Congrats on the potential
Congrats on the potential move up.
As long as you're willing to move down if you're losing (predetermine how much you're willing to lose before a move down, whether it's 20 buyins or 40 buyins) you should be OK.
100 is a bit thin, so I would likely move down at 80 buyins (so you have 160 for the $7s then), variance can be a real drag, though the higher your edge, the less likely a big negative downswing will occur.
As far as difficulty, from talking with many players, my opinion would be that it will be more difficult on average, but mostly because you'll find more competent players in some of your games. The average non regular player is going to be basically as bad as what you're used to, you'll just see some more players that actually are working on doing this for a living like yourself and moving up the stakes.
That said, don't expect it to be incredibly difficult either, as long as you work hard and improve and play focused poker, you should have a good shot to continue moving up the ladder.
December 8, 2015 - 12:18#5
Nice, keep working. I like
Nice, keep working. I like the idea of a volume goal, as long as it is quality volume. Adding EV in is pretty good as well.
Just keep improving as you're working towards, it should pay off well.
December 16, 2015 - 03:13#7
That's the spirit! Share some
That's the spirit!
Share some more details when you're comfortable, but keep on working through. Clear headed volume is key.
December 21, 2015 - 12:15#10
Generally both SB and BB will
Generally both SB and BB will be slightly negative (occasionally slightly positive for some players) when 3-handed, BU will be in the 20-30bb/100 region. Things to think about in terms of if you set it up correctly. Did you use effective stack filtering? If you did then it will ruin your results because hands where play folds round to the BB count as effective stacks 0. Did you filter correctly for 3-handed? You should be using "number of players dealt into hand min 3 max 3" in the hand details section. Lastly sample size needs to be big to get meaningful data--you'd like to have 10k+ hands per position if not more to get super reliable data. If you only have like 1k for each position this will limit how much you can gain by looking at this data.