Getting Your Non-Poker Friends to Play Poker (1 Viewer)

dukeofism

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One other thing is the time - it’s a lot easier to commit to playing for 2 hours than a tournament that you really don’t know when it will end. Maybe 4 or 5 hours, maybe more. And even then, you usually aren’t relaxed like you are in a cash game.
Can’t well designed levels combat this? My gut reaction is that you should be able to have pretty strong certainty for the “max” time it will take to whittle down to one stack left standing.
 

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Can’t well designed levels combat this? My gut reaction is that you should be able to have pretty strong certainty for the “max” time it will take to whittle down to one stack left standing.
Absolutely. All I’m saying is a cash game keeps the individual in control of their time commitment instead of having to commit to a tournament even if they know they time.
 
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