Ive seen some crazy hands in these games, like fh over fh on the flop. Well, as we're all basically poker newbies, I'm guessing the cash games would start off very low stakes, though I suppose it's possible it could increase if we keep playing. Funny how you can visit a site as frequently as I do and be 4 months late seeing a post. May 2, Messages: BB code is On.
Maybe thats dumb not sure. They normally have just done a very plain jane Sorry to hijack the thread, but I have a very similar question and didn't think it merited a new one. I'm starting up a. I have a chip set, but they have no denominations printed on them. Is this enough chips? My second question is: My only concern is that this is a non-standard chip scale and, with nothing printed on the chips I'm worried it would become confusing.
And again, sorry if this should have it's own thread. Good link here to answer this question: Nice pic High Time John. The bouncing tats are very pleasing to the eyes! Too many quarters, does each player really need two stacks of 25s? I always use this as a rule of thumb for a starting stack for each player: You will find this break down in casino tourneys as well. Then if you know how many players you will regularly have, you can figure out what you need, and obviously it's better to have more than you need than not enough.
BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Home Poker Discussions of home poker games. While you can run a tourney with a T1 chip, I would suggest staying away from that.
To expand for a cash game setup, beef up the middle chips--the. For cash, then, something like Again, more info on stakes and game type would be helpful, but this is a basic idea of what would be a good breakdown for a multipurpose set for tourneys and low stakes cash games.
If you want to play. BigKyle , May 7, Well, as we're all basically poker newbies, I'm guessing the cash games would start off very low stakes, though I suppose it's possible it could increase if we keep playing.
As I said - no experience here, so just trying to figure this all out. Apr 26, Messages: I'm a newbie as well relatively speaking and I settled for chips without denominations, in three colours faux clay. That way we could adjust the denominations to suit. We are all beginners going on year two now and we're feeling that the ratio is a bit modest. So, my point is that you should think about how much you guys are willing to buy in with.
That works well for us for the amount of chips I bought. The merits of which values to use for tourneys are pretty debatable. But put simply most people dont process T1 chips as easily as they do 5s and 25s, plus current trends in poker are toward bigger, deeper stacks, so that makes T1s and often T5s too, obsolete. You can certainly use T1 chips if you want, but if your plan is to divide by 10 for the cash games, you will get more mileage out of a set that does not use a T1.
BigKyle , May 8, Unless the small blind is 10c of course Mar 2, Messages: I would go with War-Lord , May 8, Find Threads Started by BigBlue Chip breakdown for home tourney Quote: Originally Posted by BigBlue56 Read some already discussed threads. Chip breakdown for home tourney It does for me. Chip breakdown for home tourney I find nothing helpful. Send a private message to iamthepush. Find More Posts by iamthepush. Find Threads Started by iamthepush. Originally Posted by zippyroo An entire rack of T10, chips?
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Chip breakdown for home tourney You should check out pokerchipforum. Send a private message to upanddown. Find More Posts by upanddown. Find Threads Started by upanddown.
Chip breakdown for home tourney In the game I run I have the following breakdown: Send a private message to dmccoy