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What To Do After DOUBLING UP In Poker? | SplitSuit

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You double up and are sitting there with a mountain of chips...is it time to leave or strap in? If your first inclination is to change tables or quit for the day, this video will be right up your alley. SplitSuit explains the common issues players have when they get deep and uncomfortable. On the mental side of things, you have winner's tilt that can create odd strategic actions. And strategically, most players spend very little time studying deeper play. Becoming a great 100bb player is.......
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You double up and are sitting there with a mountain of chips...is it time to leave or strap in? If your first inclination is to change tables or quit for the day, this video will be right up your alley.

 

SplitSuit explains the common issues players have when they get deep and uncomfortable. On the mental side of things, you have winner's tilt that can create odd strategic actions. And strategically, most players spend very little time studying deeper play. Becoming a great 100bb player is wonderful, but if you plan on doubling up and playing longer sessions - you 100% need to be prepared to play with 200bb, 300bb, and even 400bb stacks.

 

In short, don't leave (unless you are tired and/or playing poorly and just getting lucky). Learn to get comfortable playing with deeper stacks, consider effective stacks, focus on your edges against other players with stack depth, and be sure to spend some off-table time improving your 200bb+ game. The added stack depth leaves you with many more options and lots of winrate potentials - so long as you put in the work to actualize them!

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I know a lot of players that leave after doubling up. The hit n runners. Nobody likes 'em LOL

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Hey speaking of deep stack poker. Here is a hand where I'm sitting on about $560 on a 1,2 live game with a straddle on the button from a very lose very aggressive player. I have black kk late position with five callers to me, not unusual at this table. I raise to $45 hoping for a call from small pair or A suited Broadway. Button stratoler is the only caller flop comes ATK with two ♠ I bet 50 and she raises to 150 I push all in she calls and has me cover. Shows QJ for a flop straight. Would I ever find a fold here? Again very lose very aggressive player.

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if you're new to this game with less skill and less control, you should leave the table after win 3 times of initial buy-in, because deep stack is hard for new player to manager in holdem. I can't remember how many times I won $300-400, didn't leave the table then end up lose them all, after that try chase money back play title and bad, end up lose $300-400 more, so one good decision leave the table with $300-400 winning that could gain me $600-800 up-swing in one day. That's how I keep winning when I was a beginner, only play AQ, TT and better hands with short stack, once my stack is hit 300$(3 times of my initial buyin), then I leave the table change to new table with $100 short stack play again, because I don't want someone stack me $300 by flopping set or two pair or hit straight or flash on the river.

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