View Single Post
Old Aug 18, 2011, 8:25pm   #28
killcrazy
Apex Predator
 
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Edinburgh, UK
Posts: 10,307
Reputation: 8118
killcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond reputekillcrazy has a reputation beyond repute
This member received this PokerTips Exclamation Mark for one of a number of reasons: blogging, winning a contest, contributing great content, etc. Keep an eye out for chances to receive one of these by your profile! This member received this PokerTips Exclamation Mark for one of a number of reasons: blogging, winning a contest, contributing great content, etc. Keep an eye out for chances to receive one of these by your profile!
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by darryl View Post
I usually come in short stacked (150-200BB's or so), but then end up deep stacked. I guess things could be worse.

-d
when i say short i meant like 50BBs, but okay if the standard buyin is say, 500BB, coming in for 100 is fine. you're almost taking a semi-tournament kind of approach here, buyin is small and you're flipping with an edge playing money that was largely someone else's. if you're comfortable playing half a dozen $500 or $1000 flips per hour, okay slightly different scenario obviously.

rolf slotboom wrote an article in support of this strategy years ago. if i can find it i'll send you a link.

Kc
__________________
"Blah blah blah KC is right" - Ozone
killcrazy est déconnecté   Reply With Quote

Sponsored Links
Don't like this ad? Register to make it go away!