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    Elite PokerOwned Member marlais's Avatar
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    OK, what's the DOWNSIDE of Double or Nothing SNGS?

    On Merge, what's the downside of the $1.08 double up SNGs? I'm sure there's an obvious one that I'm missing. The rake is lower than the other dollar SNGs, they take less time to play so you can get more games in, paying top 5 reduces variance. What's the big reason I shouldn't be grinding these? Is it because better players can build a BR much faster with top 3 payout format games?

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    Gods' God's God PokeYourFace's Avatar
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    downside is if you dont know how to play DONs
    there is no downside to DONs unless you suck at thinking
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    PokerOwned Demi-God ssuglia's Avatar
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    Your ROI in DON's is going to be lower than other SNG's, basically because of the flat payout. You would need an insane win rate to make playing those profitable, both short term and long term.

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    dubs ups are great ways for me to free roll other tournaments,that's why I play them,only down side is,its not a TRUE dub up,risk $1.08 to profit $0.92,not sure who names these things,lol just kidding
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    Elite PokerOwned Member marlais's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssuglia View Post
    Your ROI in DON's is going to be lower than other SNG's, basically because of the flat payout. You would need an insane win rate to make playing those profitable, both short term and long term.
    So, I should stick with top 3 payout SNGs? What about 6 max SNGs or turbos? How do those compare, ROI-wise?

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    there isnt one...

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    I seem to suck at SNG"s with short levels...Just doesn't fit my style of play,,,which is "SCARED"!!!!
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    double or nothing sngs are great for toning up your bubble play game.. like they said tough its less risk so less reward, your going to have to play good in them to show a profit

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    There really is no downside. It's a good way to grind out a solid bankroll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagon596 View Post
    I seem to suck at SNG"s with short levels...Just doesn't fit my style of play,,,which is "SCARED"!!!!
    wow wagon, you gave me a chuckle with your response

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