Staring with 1500$ Hyper HUSNG

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Hi to all here on the HUSNG Forum...

As i like to play HU, I would like to start playing Hyper HUSNG. I have a Bankroll of 1500$, and some questions...If you guys could help me answer them.

- Are Hyper HUSNG still worth playing them?
- Where should I start 15$ or 7$?
- Best BR Management for those Games?
- I read some threads about cartels, should I be worried about it?
- Is there still enough action with Hyper HUSNG
- Which Videos to watch?

Thank you and sorry for so many questions...

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Answers in bold. - Are Hyper

Answers in bold.

- Are Hyper HUSNG still worth playing them?

Yes, not as much as 3-4 years ago but still plenty of money to make.

- Where should I start 15$ or 7$?

Depends on your skill level. If you never played these games or haven't played in a long time, I suggest starting on 7s.

- Best BR Management for those Games?

80-100 buy-ins I think it's a good BRM.

- I read some threads about cartels, should I be worried about it?

Sure. Divisions start at 30s and goes all the way up to 1k. You'll probably only face regs if you sit on empty lobbies above 30s.

- Is there still enough action with Hyper HUSNG

On micro and low stakes action is pretty much the same. Maybe 15s the action is not THAT good, especially after midnight Europe time, but still managable if you grind on proper hours. 30s and above action is slowly decreasing year after year. Many 30-100s regs are sitting 15s to get more action.

- Which Videos to watch?

Information is very scarce nowadays. I think lotte lenya's last pack is the most you can get from today's strategies, but not very much info there either. If you are willing to take the grind seriously, I'd strongly recommend joining a stable.

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 Are Hyper HUSNG still worth

 Are Hyper HUSNG still worth playing them?

 

 

Yes, but as i must assume not for you. You will most likely go broke before you even get a notion of what is happening. Everyone you will be facing has got his/her practice in an environment with softer fields and most importantly a lower rake at the midstakes. In the end the jokes will be on you if you dont put a ridiculous amount of time in beforehand. (This time however will not be worth it, because Pokerstars killed SNE. None of the now high-stakes regs would have put the work in in today's environment, keep that in mind)

IF you are really sharp, you can expect to make money after 160 hours of studying at the 15s. Dont play underrolled, 100BI is probably not enough for a "beginner", the oscillations will be too big and you will most likely not be able to 4 table from the get go to smooth that out. You will have 50 buy in downswings just as easily from coolers as you will lose the next 50 buy ins to "bad beats". Additionally to learning the game, you will have to learn that losing anything under 50 buy ins is not even worthy to be considered a downswing and that you should erase the term "bad beats" from your vocabulary. You can easily have months where your Cnet line is exactly a mirror image of the upwards sloping EV line. And nobody will have any pity, you will have to deal with these stretches on your own.

Anything above 15s is politics. Forget it, the gold rush is over, and if you can not make "it to the top" because of external factors, that is always a huge demotivation as far as im concerned.

 

I hope this helps. sorry for the in your face- approach, but I much rather have you feel offended than deal with your whole roll and sanity being lost.