Ja ok ich weiß, es ist nicht ganz der Standard, der gelehrt wird. Wie dem auch sei. Suum Cuique.

Als Einführung etwas 2p2:

"I think a GOOD LAG will earn more than a good TAG ever will - they key word here being GOOD.

simply because they play more hands.

Playing LAG badly however IMO is the easiest fastest way to lose at poker. Playing LAG averagely will not make you as much as playing TAG, and LAG play is orders of magnitude harder than TAG."

"Burning Question #1: Should I play TAG or LAG?
Pokey's Answer: No."

"That's why you shouldn't play a TAG game OR a LAG game; you should play BOTH."

"When you're playing your LAG game, you're also building a particular set of skills, but it's a different set:

1. Hand reading (in order for LAG to be profitable, you have to know when you're beaten)
2. Bluffing and semi-bluffing (LAGs need folding equity to perform optimally; creating and using that equity is a vital part of the LAG strategy)
3. Small-ball (a LAG must know how to win many small pots, since he's going to get eaten alive if he doesn't pick up more than his fair share)
4. Reversed positional advantages (unlike the TAG, the LAG must use position for bluffing, leading at pots OOP and raising UTG to delude opponents into thinking he's actually got a great hand)
5. Post-flop aggression (to win the pot, a LAG must typically BUY the pot; he can't just wait around for a showdown, because his hand won't hold up often enough)
6. Avoiding fights (LAGs don't really want to build many huge pots, since their hands don't survive often enough to make it profitable)
7. Using a weak table image (misdirecting opponents into calling when you actually hit a monster, based on your past play at the table)"

To be continued... :)