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thing85 11-15-2007 03:23 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
Taking shots at 100NL today, wish me luck. So far it doesn't appear to be too much worse than 50NL, but I have to get myself used to the bet sizes for sure.

bored 11-15-2007 03:27 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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Taking shots at 100NL today, wish me luck. So far it doesn't appear to be too much worse than 50NL, but I have to get myself used to the bet sizes for sure.

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Good luck!

munkey 11-15-2007 03:31 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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Taking shots at 100NL today, wish me luck. So far it doesn't appear to be too much worse than 50NL, but I have to get myself used to the bet sizes for sure.

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Good luck!

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GL write them down on apiece of paper x2 or if you use a bet pot script then you'll have less problems - as for interpreting others' betsizes well that take a little time.

whyzze 11-15-2007 03:31 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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Taking shots at 100NL today, wish me luck. So far it doesn't appear to be too much worse than 50NL, but I have to get myself used to the bet sizes for sure.

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couple of tips:

Just divide every pot and bet by 2. Should help the bet sizing issues.

Play exactly how you were at nl50. If you feel like tightening up, only drop by 1-2% and make that mostly by cutting your cold calling range.

Do not assume the players are better!!!!!

Play shorter winning sessions at first.

munkey 11-15-2007 03:33 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
hahha whyzee you said the same from the other angle x2

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wingchunflush 11-15-2007 03:34 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
munkey pm me your messenger info please

ssdex 11-15-2007 03:35 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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you sir are one hard guy to IM

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who me? really?

bravos1 11-15-2007 03:36 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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Taking shots at 100NL today, wish me luck. So far it doesn't appear to be too much worse than 50NL, but I have to get myself used to the bet sizes for sure.

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Def... good luck!

I'll prolly be joining you this weekend. Promised myself that I would take NL slowly and have put in just over 11K hands at both 25NL and 50NL w/ good success.

whyzze 11-15-2007 03:36 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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hahha whyzee you said the same from the other angle x2

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lol. I moved up 15k hands ago, and im still looking at the pot going, well at nl50, i would bet x...soooo 2x! HA

ssdex 11-15-2007 03:37 PM

Re: ***uNL Microbrew Thread*** NOV 2007 (ot)
 
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Taking shots at 100NL today, wish me luck. So far it doesn't appear to be too much worse than 50NL, but I have to get myself used to the bet sizes for sure.

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couple of tips:

Just divide every pot and bet by 2. Should help the bet sizing issues.

Play exactly how you were at nl50. If you feel like tightening up, only drop by 1-2% and make that mostly by cutting your cold calling range.

Do not assume the players are better!!!!!

Play shorter winning sessions at first.

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things are just more aggressive @ 100nl, get used to getting 3bet/4bet wider, players are just as bad there, however you will experience greater variance because you will be forced to adjust and sometimes that means getting it in thinner than your used to

also i totally agree with shorter winning sessions, ween yourself into the new limit! gl


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