#### yeahfkyeah

##### High Hand

I just picked up a T25 base T10k set, and I'm a bit unsure how to use it...

It looks to have:

120x T25

120x T100

60x T500

90x T1000

10x T10k

My friends have been playing games a long time with an old dice chips set. We have typically played in a T5 format with 5, 10, 25 100, and 500 chips. Now I'm trying to convince everyone to move to a T25 format, and it seems like people are unsure about things (myself included). We tried with 10k stacks, but it was WAY too slow for my group. I've tried doing some research on the different tournament structures, but it seems like most people are talking about 10K starting stacks (400bb). Is this not super deep stacked? I don't fully understand if I should be affecting the speed of a tourney by smaller starting stacks or just faster blind raises.

Ideally, we would like a tourney style sit-and-go to last 2-3 hours (or less potentially), and then we will play a cash game until people tap out. I'm trying to understand the multiple ways I could use a set like this.

Can anyone help me understand what my limitations will be with this set? What type of starting stacks should I be doing for a quick tourney, normal, deep stack, etc. Is a faster game typically achieved by the blind raise structure and not the starting stack size?

I'm having a hard time doing all this math...Will this set be good for the following setups?

10 people deep stack with no rebuys?

10 people regular stacks with x rebuys?

20 people regular stacks with no rebuys?

20 people faster game?

Sorry for the rambling, but I have too many variables in my equations, and I don't know how to solve this...

It looks to have:

120x T25

120x T100

60x T500

90x T1000

10x T10k

My friends have been playing games a long time with an old dice chips set. We have typically played in a T5 format with 5, 10, 25 100, and 500 chips. Now I'm trying to convince everyone to move to a T25 format, and it seems like people are unsure about things (myself included). We tried with 10k stacks, but it was WAY too slow for my group. I've tried doing some research on the different tournament structures, but it seems like most people are talking about 10K starting stacks (400bb). Is this not super deep stacked? I don't fully understand if I should be affecting the speed of a tourney by smaller starting stacks or just faster blind raises.

Ideally, we would like a tourney style sit-and-go to last 2-3 hours (or less potentially), and then we will play a cash game until people tap out. I'm trying to understand the multiple ways I could use a set like this.

Can anyone help me understand what my limitations will be with this set? What type of starting stacks should I be doing for a quick tourney, normal, deep stack, etc. Is a faster game typically achieved by the blind raise structure and not the starting stack size?

I'm having a hard time doing all this math...Will this set be good for the following setups?

10 people deep stack with no rebuys?

10 people regular stacks with x rebuys?

20 people regular stacks with no rebuys?

20 people faster game?

Sorry for the rambling, but I have too many variables in my equations, and I don't know how to solve this...