Jacksonville Beach, FL (PRWEB) November 3, 2005
Internet high stakes poker players are building large bankrolls by using a theory called the “Catapult Theory”. This theory starts off with a small bankroll and is catapulted into a large one by using simple steps. High stakes players also suggest playing at casinos that host poker rooms such as Pacific Poker (http://www.PacificPoker100.com)
The basis of this catapult theory suggests that the player is an average winning player with solid fundamentals. Outcomes vary but tend to follow a general average pattern among high stakes players.
Players start off with a small bankroll, say $100 playing the $100 cash tables, double up twice, and now they have a bankroll of $300. This is where the catapult effect comes in. Instead of playing the $100 tables they move to the $200 tables. Players are then playing for $200 and thus ideally double up twice again. They now have a bankroll of $700. They now move to the $400 tables, double up, and so on and so on thus generating a catapult effect.
Within one month internet high stakes poker players say they can be playing the $1000nl and up cash games by only risking $100 of their own money using the “Catapult Effect”.
One other tip the high stakes poker players use is the theory that revenues will generally be much larger playing at online poker rooms that also have casino games such as Pacific Poker (http://www.PacificPoker100.com). This theory suggests that casino players jump over to the online poker room without any experience and gamble their money away to the more experienced players.
Pacific Poker (http://www.PacificPoker100.com) is the most popular online casino and it also has a poker room. Pacific Poker is notorious for having the worst poker players on the internet and the casino/poker room theory is what many high stakes internet players believe this to be the reason.
Pacific Poker also has a mac casino and a mac poker room (http://www.Mac-PacificPoker.com). Many mac users are also suggested be new to the online poker world because very few casinos and poker rooms are mac compatible.
The catapult theory is commonly used in business in which an entrepreneur will generate a small amount of income and put it all back into the company hoping to double that revenue until it increases with a somewhat of a compounding effect.
These theories suggested by the catapult effect and the casino/poker room hoppers suggest that it is best to play at sites like Pacific Poker (http://www.PacificPoker100.com) that are hot spots for players looking to make money off inexperienced players.