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how often do you "hit it and run" ?

Old 02-11-05, 04:18 PM
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how often do you "hit it and run" ?

You know, sit at a NL or PL table, get one big score, then leave? This is sometimes pretty easy to do at Party.

After winning a big pot I'm afraid of pressing my luck (especially with all those people chasing soooted cards).
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Honestly, I tend to lose initially and have to fight my way back, so I would say never. I should sit back initially and get a feel for the table, but tend to get hands I feel I ought to play.
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Why hit-n-run? You're just going to sit down at another table anyway.
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Exactly. What's the point? I see people doing this and I find it foolish.
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Originally Posted by El Scorcho
Why hit-n-run? You're just going to sit down at another table anyway.
I know. But sometimes I just get that gut feeling that "this table won't get any better", so I try my luck elsewhere.

It's not a normal habit for me, of course. Like I said, it's usually a gut instinct.

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