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  • Playing at loose - aggressive table

    I was playing at a cash table (loose table with a lot of raising 3-betting , four-betting ,All ins ) .
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    So I started playing tight , (I play tight normally) .
    I played only hands like AA , KK ,QQ ,JJ ,T ,99 ,AQ,AJ ,AT, KQ ,KJ etc. I slow-played and called their bet preflop (except AA , KK ,QQ,AKs ; I raisedd with them) ,
    Therefore after the flop , I didn't connect that o ften and they bet and I fold .
    This made me feel like : I play few hands and even they not make my profit . I bought in two times and lost all ...
    What should be the correct startegy to play at these kind of table ? what must be standard buy-in at these tables ? ( shallow or deep stack ) ?

  • #2
    Hi siingh!

    I always buy-in for the max allowed for that table. Also, against that type of opponent, the way that I try to play is to be tight, but I'm not being passive and reacting to their bets. When I'm going to play a hand, I'm raising.

    The key is to play tighter, try to play hands in position and be aggressive back when I do play a hand.

    John (JWK24)
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    6 Time Bracelet Winner


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    • #3
      What kind of strategy to use , while playing at Shallow Stack table ... I was playing at that table , and tsble was really loose and aggressive (9 player ring)

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      • #4
        I'll play TAG (tight-aggressive) and use standard bets/raises.

        John (JWK24)
        Super-Moderator



        6 Time Bracelet Winner


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        • #5
          Well thanks JWK24 , I'll try TAG at shallow stack table and gain more experience .Thanks again.

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