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#1 ThomasStephen

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Posted 15 March 2013 - 05:15 PM

These are not reliable since they won't give proper and accurate result. It will be better to try something else.

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#2 jackpack

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 06:44 AM

You need like a roi of like 5% i heard; so you need a ton of volume. Obviously these are the most swingy type of game to play so unless you are very good mentally, which you seem to lack I would advise a retreat to just turbos or even sng/cash.

#3 LostSam

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 07:33 AM

I like the hyper turbos, but I usually just play them at the end of a session to wind down. Generally, they play pretty mindless. (That's HUNLHE)

#4 NasseNøffff

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 03:34 PM

Its obv skill involved in them, and not just luck, so get a decent coach, or buy some coaching videos, and get better. Or stay away, either way is better than steadily losing in them.

#5 alkent81

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Posted 27 March 2013 - 04:02 PM

I play hyper 6 max randomly when I don't have time. Most important thing on this sng is playing using the position and not the cards. 23 off in position is better than ak s off. I am talking always in a long term. So in the first levels of game u must be supertight. Folding hands like a5 qj. And with 3 players remaining turn in to maniac

#6 sdrs

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 12:12 AM

whats everyones opinion on these hyper turbos??i for 1 am addicted to playing them unfortunately and just done an audit on my results to find i am $1900 down on them.my problem is that i like a gamble and cant keep away from them and i generally run bad and suffer tilt problems and brm problems as well so you can imagine the problems i am having.i cant exclude myself from them as that is not an option.anyone got any advice for a broken player??

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 12:21 AM

sdrs (2011-10-10) whats everyones opinion on these hyper turbos??i for 1 am addicted to playing them unfortunately and just done an audit on my results to find i am $1900 down on them.my problem is that i like a gamble and cant keep away from them and i generally run bad and suffer tilt problems and brm problems as well so you can imagine the problems i am having.i cant exclude myself from them as that is not an option.anyone got any advice for a broken player??






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#8 Effects

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 12:38 AM

Stay away from them, sure there may be short term results but as far as excelling at poker, you won't by playing these. They were introduced on stars for the gamblers in mind and so that games would end quicker too. I hate them. 

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 01:13 AM

180man turbo's have between 100 buy in and 300 buy in swings.

I can only imagine what kind of swings those hyperturbo's must have.

imo don't play them. They're barely poker anymore.

#10 NastyMcStackey

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 01:57 AM

i play them a lot a lot on PlayersOnly (on the merge network) HU super turbos. i was doing good on them but you got to have really good stop-loss while playing those, cuz you can go on sick 20 buy-in downswings with the best hands and go on monkey tilt. there is diffinitly a winning strategy to playing them, but you gotta get used to people hitting 5-1 outters on you all the time (if you on a sick run), and gotta be winning ~57% of the time JUST to beat the rake. even with 35% rakeback you still lose buy-ins every couple of games. but i rather win 5 out of 7 sNg's in 15 minutes than playing nitty-ish poker at the ring games for 1 hours to make the same amount. but my downfall comes from the blackjack and sportsbook they have... :rolleyes:

#11 moosepower

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 03:04 AM

Kinda feel like you and couldnt beat them either. Then i found out i lost like 4k and then almost quitted them. Playing them now and then but i realized that wasnt my best game even though i kinda felt like at that time. But its nice the rake is so small though!

#12 ~Harro~

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 09:41 AM

moosepower (2011-10-11) Kinda feel like you and couldnt beat them either. Then i found out i lost like 4k and then almost quitted them. Playing them now and then but i realized that wasnt my best game even though i kinda felt like at that time. But its nice the rake is so small though!






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#13 BryanRichard

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 02:37 PM

Oops unfortunately I haven't played that game, but yeah interested in playing the game.

#14 OfficerHightower

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 07:20 PM

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moosepower (2011-10-11) Kinda feel like you and couldnt beat them either. Then i found out i lost like 4k and then almost quitted them. Playing them now and then but i realized that wasnt my best game even though i kinda felt like at that time. But its nice the rake is so small though!






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