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This means calling in position more often, floating flops, and taking away pots on the turn or river. Lastly, my mindset. First is bankroll. Good read and something I need to make the effort to do. Team Pitbull May 25, Hey Benton nice article you help me out and in turn I teach military tactics for 12 years ever try meditating before a big poker game.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} With that said, assuming sufficient bankroll, I'd advocate dipping your toe in slowly. Team Pitbull. I appreciate it. I'd echo Krusherlaw's comment. As a result players with good hand reading skills can thrive at the higher levels. Start off by playing tight, observing your opponents, and then join in the fray with calculated bets and bluffs that tell a believable story about your hand. Good luck to all those who are attempting to move up in limits and make sure to post any trouble hands in Table Talk here at PokerAtlas. GameChanger Very kind words. I agree with GameChanger. This is the tough one for me. Make sure all three are ready for the move up before giving it a shot. While my bankroll and skillset are ready to rock and roll, my mind isn't quite ready for the journey. Hey Benton nice article you help me out and in turn I teach military tactics for 12 years ever try meditating before a big poker game. I'd recommend Bellagio if you're just making the transition. I just wish the nearest good cash game wasn't two hours away! Team Pitbull Fighting Ptsd one poker hand at a time.. Wes88 Sep 11, I'd echo Krusherlaw's comment. I think the best route for me is to continue beating the games that I beat, and when I see a bigger game that looks real good and I'm upswinging in my current game, then take a shot at the bigger game. I play a lot Bellagio because they have a lot of limit games. Anybody remember limit poker? Facebook Twitter. But always remember, you need to evaluate the three things I spoke about above- bankroll, skill set, and mindset. Others often have games, but not on as regular of a basis. That doesn't mean that we should be bluffing every pot with no regard to what we are representing. As for my VegasMikey handle Jon, it's just from my friends after a rather memorable trip aren't they always a few years back. Hmmmm we will have to investigate this in our member screenname policy. What's likely happening is that the good player in middle position knows that it is profitable to isolate the bad limper, and the really good player in late position knows this, knows that the good player is likely isolating light, so now he three bets in position light to isolate the isolator. Hoping that's still going Sunday night! Because of this you will have to be prepared to play post flop more with weaker hands. Have you ever written anything about transitioning from Limit to No Limit? Good luck with the transition. Plays like this don't always happen but are definitely more common in mid stakes games than in low limit games. Also, there is far less open limping. Wait, so VegasMikey doesn't live in Vegas? Learning to tell a story with your hand becomes much more important. Always be thinking "if I had X hand would I play it this way. Read Reviews Write a Review. From my experience, they're all pretty similar to one another, so it just comes down to which room you feel the most comfortable in. At the higher levels you get more reliable information in response to your action. I did write an article about playing limit poker. Eventually my mind will come to terms with the swings and I can move up. I know people say what meditating brings your life energy back in your body all it takes is 5 minutes listen nice music takes deep breaths though the mouth exhale thru the nose sit in chair spine erect. I try hard not to fall into that trap and always try to be realistic. As poker players we all seem to think we're better than we really are. The one big issue I've faced when moving up is that my mind can't handle the swings of the bigger games. This is unfortunate because as I mentioned my bankroll and skill sets can support the game, but unfortunately my mind can't. I always enjoy reading what you write. Good luck on the felt and most importantly, have fun!! You can't spend all day calling raises and waiting to flop the nuts because the good players will win all the small pots from you and then shut down as soon as you show any resistance post flop. I have dabbled at the higher buy in No Limit games and had mixed results. VegasMikey Sep 11, Great article Benton, and perfect timing for me. I felt I understood bets, and hands played out as expected which I enjoyed, even though I eventually felt overmatched more times than not in these games. Few people are able to simplify complex poker strategy and advice better than you. I don't think I've ever written about transitioning from limit to no limit. As long as LasVegasMichael doesn't have a problem with it, I don't either ;. I personally started as a limit player in and made the transition to no limit in Let me think about how to approach that article. Excellent article Benton! Bluffing more like semi bluffing becomes a more important part of the game as the limits go up. I predict limit will make a come back; especially at at the higher limits. Thanks for the suggestion. Next- my skill set. Would be a very interesting piece I'm guessing that is the case. Thanks for the help and advice guys. So, whats this all mean for you, the reader? By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use and to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Guest right now Leave a comment GameChanger Sep 10, Excellent article Benton! {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Recently I've been struggling with the idea of moving up in stakes. I think my skill set is there to move up. So, what to do? At least I get Vegas once a month tho so I shouldn't complain. This will help your mind game. BTW, excellent article Benton. VegasMikey Sep 15, Thanks for the help and advice guys. It can also be taken to the extreme when the middle position player picks up on the fact that the button knew he was isolating light, so he can now four bet light to force a fold from the buttons light three bet. The player pool becomes much tougher and you don't get paid off as much on your big hands so learning to win countless small pots becomes much more vital. Today I'd like to elaborate on the differences in the games to best prepare you for that move. That might make for an interesting article, although I don't know how useful considering most limit players have already made the switch or they refuse to ever make the switch. Great article Benton, and perfect timing for me. To combat this you need to learn to continue with weaker hands that haven't crushed the flop against pre flop raisers. It was the only game in town for a lot of years. BentonBlakeman Sep 11, zourah You and me both! Looking forward to getting down there on Sunday. Well, after a good summer at the WSOP and cutting down on my spending habits, my bankroll is in good shape and very sufficiently rolled to move on up to a bigger game. Just like the article states, very few limpers, pretty aggressive games. Also, don't be afraid to move back down if it doesn't work out or if you are uncomfortable with the new stakes. Good luck and look forward too more poker articles.. VegasMikey Good luck with your trip! Heard Bellagio is a solid go to. If not then that is my request. There are a few factors that come into play when I'm deciding.