I played 5.5 hours today and lost $42
. I played at the 2/4 table for a couple hours until it broke (played with a 50bb stack) and half the time it was short handed.
Here is a hand I played 3 handed-
Btn limps, sb completes, I check in the bb with 6
sb leads for 20 into 11. I make it 50. btn folds, sb calls.
Villian leads for 20 again I think about raising again but I don't think there is much that he is bet folding so I opt to call getting odds to draw at my straight.
Villian checks and I check behind and give up. Villian flips 2
for a chop. Looks like I should have fired like 75 on the end.
Here is a hand back at the 1/2 table:
I've got A
raise it to 12 over one limper from mp, get 2 lp calls and the limper calls.
I fire 15, one call from lp, ep makes it 50. I call lp folds.
ep leads for 75 into 160 with 25 behind. I ask him if he has a fh he said he pleads the 5th. Villian could show up here with a Q
and maybe a 5. I make to crying call and he flips 7
nh sir. I guess I could have dumped it on the turn.
Originally Posted by dhcg86
How much are you tipping?
I tip $1 for any pot over about $50. This comes out to about $1 or $2 an hour or between 5 and 10% of my winrate. Dealers have a tough job and they deserve every toke they get. When you take care of them they keep the game moving and make less mistakes.
Originally Posted by xRapturex
What are your requirements for ending a session?
I'm thinking about doing this... but I need to put together a more substantial BR together first. I'll be playing online mostly with maybe a trip to Mohegan/Foxwoods twice a month. I'll also be padding my BR with $100 a week.
Mohegan's 1/2 is a $300 bi while Foxwood's is $100.
I usually end a session when I feel the table conditions are not that great (not much dead money up for grabs). I usually scan the other tables to see if there are any better options, if not I just take off. I'll also quit if I am tired and don't feel I can concentrate and play well. I'll obviously end the session when I lose all the money in my wallet, lucky that has only happened once so far this year.
Total hours played- 78
Average hourly winrate- $13
Total hours played- 380.5
Average hourly winrate- $19