From what I understand, Pokerroom has a situation similar to PokerStars. 10 person table, with 1500 worth of chips. The blinds are somewhat slow to increase.
Originally Posted by Ultimate George
I don't know if one style of play will win you more money than the other on this site. I vary according to the table. A couple of recent revalations I have had about the site:
*- Post flop play is far more important than hand selection. I have loosened my starting requirements drastically and love situations where there are a couple of limpers and I can limp in with 10-6. The flop will determine whether or not I win it, regardless if I hit it.
*- If you have a table bully, ride in his shadow. Only get involved in hands with him that you feel have an edge. If he stays out of a hand, become the bully yourself. I have seen more than a couple of situations where the rest of the table goes on tilt and starts pushing with crap like JT.
*-The worst position (for me anyways) to be in when half the table has cleared is chip leader. They gun for you hard and make it very difficult for creative play.However, when you feel that a particular player has been targeted as a "gun for the leader" type, go over the top if you have any type of hand.
*- I have started to run into tighter tables as of late and have used this against them. Lots of information raises, etc.
I have found that my headsup play has gotten much better and when I get heads up that I will win most of the time. Only a bad beat keeps me from victory in most cases.