The cash game presents the variables outside the technical skill to the table that are very important. In cash games, it is important to evaluate the choice of the table, the stack with the bankroll to sit and be committed. All decisions to make before putting in the pot the first big blind and all decisions that in the long run share the winning player from the loser, even if the same skills to the table.
Specifically, these are the table selection or Italian, the choice of the table you sit. In this case there are three variables that we must weigh. Percentage of players at the flop, the frequency of the number of hands per hour and average pot played. The percentage of players per flop makes us realize how loose the table. For a beginner the cash is easier to manage a tight table than a loose table. The more hands you play will better chance of errors, and a beginner tends to make mistakes.
The average value of the pot / pot is a good indicator of the aggressiveness of the table. The higher the average pot is more likely that there are aggressive players, willing to put a lot of money on the table while playing. In this case it is also very important to the evaluation of the bankroll with which we sit at the virtual table. Then the same way the number of hands per hour is the speed with which the players at the table play. These two values are less important than the flop percentage, but still indicative and should be followed carefully. The first time I approached the cash games a certain level of blinds is convenient to spend some ‘time to look at the table before you get in line to play.
The cash game had a big boom in the last few months, because it is the novelty of poker in Italy. One thing to keep in mind that poker is always and even more so if you play cash games. If you are the sixth player in the world and every evening you sit down to play with the first five, you’re a loser. So do not underestimate the selection of the table.