Titan Poker Walkthrough Tutorial 2
In the previous introduction to the Titan Poker software we discussed the red and blue tabs of the main table using the start-up default, Limit Texas Hold’em, as an example. Also explained were the grey columns of the main table when the Limit Texas Hold’em tabs are selected, how to read the data the main table presents, and how to read the information on the smaller “Table Name” window.
Here we will explore and discuss the main table in a bit more depth.
You may recall from the previous article that, in general, the ‘ideal’ table at which to sit (in terms of cleaning house) has both a high average pot (“Avg Pot”) and a high flop percentage (“Plrs/Flop”). It means a lot of people at the table throw in a lot of money on a lot of bad hands. Recall also that the poker table ‘Albert Park’ fit within the desired requirements, but that the table was not only full but also had one person waiting to sit.
If you want to wait for a seat at an already full table, simply select the table and then click the grey “Join waiting list” button below the “Table Name” window. If the table has an open seat you can simply press the large blue “JOIN TABLE”. If you are the type of person who does not want to bother waiting on open seats you may want to use the “Hide Full” option. Above the main table, just over the red tab labeled “Side Games” there is a small blue box labeled “Hide Full”. Clicking this box will remove any full tables from the list. It is, of course, possible to start a new table by joining an empty one and waiting for other players to sit.
Let’s explore the other red tabs for a minute. Notice that both “Omaha” and “Omaha Hi-Lo” have almost the exact same options (blue tabs) as “Texas Hold’em”. In fact, the only difference is that there is no “No Limit” option for “Omaha” or “Omaha Hi-Lo”. The blue tab options for “Stud” are even more limited, and are restricted to Limit Seven Card Stud or Seven Card Stud for “Play Money”. In general you will find the Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo and Stud tables quite empty in comparison to Texas Hold’em. On the other hand, the “Play Money” games (especially Hold’em) tend to be more crowded than money stakes.
The next red tab, “Tournaments” is rather different from the others. Not only are the blue tab options entirely changed, but the information in the main table is different. The blue tabs under the “Tournaments” heading are simply the various types of tournaments that have either recently finished, are in progress, or are waiting to start. For now you only need concern yourself with the difference between planned tournaments (‘Scheduled, Satellite) and “Sit’n’Go”. Selecting the blue tab labeled “Scheduled” we get a table of information. This table displays the name of the tournament, the type of poker (to be) played, the buy in and fee, the start time, the number of players, and whether the tournament is finished, in progress, waiting to start, or open for registration. Scheduled tournaments are formal events and require you to ‘attend’ at a specified time to play out the event. Be sure to give yourself enough time.
“Sit’n’Go” tournaments, on the other hand, are impromptu events. These tournaments function rather like the ‘ring side’ tables (the poker tables listed under the ‘Texas Hold’em’, ‘Stud’, or ‘Omaha’ tabs). Selecting the “Sit’n’Go” blue tab we are given essentially the same information as the “Scheduled” tournaments except that ‘Sit’n’Go’ tournaments have no specified start time. That is because these tournaments are single table tournaments that start as soon as enough players are seated at the tournament table. Simply post the buy in and sit at a table and wait. This is done with the large “GO TO TOURNAMENT” button below the side window labeled ‘Tournament Name’. Note that if the ‘hide full’ option is checked the tournaments table will only display tournaments for which you can still register or sit. By clicking on any of the tournaments on the list you can view the tournament details in the side window
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