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How do you find field size affects profit?

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Was wondering how you found field size affects profit? Obviously, huge fields have a massive amount more money on the final table in the top positions compared to smaller fields of the same buy-in. However bearing in mind you always need to come into pretty much the top 5 to get the high percentage winnings which field sizes do you find more profitable, big or small?
 

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Prefer small MTTS as my time I have is more limited as family life so can't get on till later on and combined with full time job it works well for me and I enjoy playing for regular wins :)

Will occasionally play big field MTTS that last ages or I hope to last ages :))  

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Long term it shouldn't affect profit, but the variance can be a killer. make sure that you are playing properly bankrolled for the bigger events.

On a plus side, the big tourneys usually have a bigger proportion of bad players.

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Bigger Fields should give most winning players a better ROI in the long term has their are likely to be more the really terrible players in these attracted by the hope of a big 1st prize , but there is a naturally bigger downswings between these bigger wins.  

I mostly play stars so used to playing these bigger fields , but if you like more regular wins like Leo then try some the other sites.

Also if playing smaller field size can play a slightly higher average buy in I'd say. 

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