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Old Jun 13, 2005, 3:18am   #1
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Default Switching Limits depending on the Competition - Bad Idea?

Hi,

I have noticed that in the very small-stakes limit games you can occasionally find that, while the general trend would be that the games get tighter as you move up limits, one of the .50-1 games say, would have a significantly higher flop percentage (this applies to sites that list the flop percentage obviously), than any of the .25-.50. i.e. the one .50-1 might be around 75% on some days. Anyway, if you beating the lower game consistently and your bankroll can cover the other game, should you take advantage of this oppurtunity? - I am speaking from a beginner's perspective here - If I was more experienced, the answer would be obvious - Although this is an easier game than those on the lower limits at times with a higher EV, should I just stick to .25-.50 until I have enough hours under my belt or take advantage of situations like these?

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Old Jun 13, 2005, 6:44am   #2
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