Optimizing Settings to simulate live games

gabooshg
gaboosh
Skimmer edited January 12 in APT Questions

I am trying to find ways to optimize settings to simulate my live games (play 1/2 and 1/3 for now). Typical opens are 10 at 1/2 and 15 at 1/3 in the games I play. So far I have determine that closet appears to be big city lights or dumpster alley for a tougher game with buy-in being 300-400 chips in a 2/5 game with no quick end hand (max speed setting) so that the stacks of the table can get bigger like on a real table.

Any thoughts on this? What difficulty is closest to live 1/2 1/3? Have you guys figured out any tricks to get things really close to live play?

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  • AllenBlay
    AllenBlay
    Admin

    The site is really mostly built for live play - and it really, really depends on the game what the right setting is. So you are in the right place. I've played live games at those blind levels that are closer to the easiest session and closer to the hardest table just depending on which poker room and who is at the table. Really the only way to figure out the game you are playing at is experimenting - which it sounds like you are doing well.

    I hope that is somewhat helpful even if I can't fully answer the question.

    Allen

  • gabooshg
    gaboosh
    Skimmer
    Thanks for your response. In that vain, what does the player mix option actually change? The players at the table? Or how the players play? Please advise
  • AllenBlay
    AllenBlay
    Admin

    Just the players at the table. Each opponent has a style they play, so by changing the player mix, it assigns different players to the table.

    Allen

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