Yesterday was my most profitable day ever in poker. Took a shot at a mix of $100-$1000 6-max hypers, and ran very well. But I still need to learn so much to be able to play these games one day, so I decided to cash out and invest in coaching and training material. Will be playing lower stakes again meanwhile, although they are completely different.
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Tricky hand in a $500 6-max vs a reg. Two weaker players in the blinds, so I think the open of K7s is okay, but it also made me perceive his range as weaker (people like to widen their range vs 'fish' in the blinds, due to superior postflop skills). Would love it if someone could analyze this hand, I have so many thoughts about it http://www.pokerhandreplays.com/view.php/id/7498907
Let's give poker a shot again! Gonna try to get a nice sample on $3.50-$7 6-max Hypers (my favorite game). Might also stream some of it + MTTs if I feel like it and people wanna watch. P.S.: please don't copy my strat of playing HS hypers to build a starting bankroll, I had to invest 3k to finally cash one, my roll would be bigger without it lol
Finally decided to do something I should have done a long time ago - restrict the stakes I'm playing. My mental game in Poker was/is extremely weak, I often started playing $500 and even $1000 hypers even though they where way out of my BR (and skill level too I'd assume). I'll keep you guys updated about my progress on the lower stakes, thanks for your support and to everyone who convinced me to restrict my limits. See you soon on my streams hopefully!
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