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Posted on Sep 18th 2007  -  Subject: Bankroll
Hi guys just wanted to know i play online a lot but i only play small limit games i usualy come away with 4$ profit after each session i now would like to move to 50c/$1 limit tables what amount of cash should i take to them tables is there a minimum im not ready to move upto no limit just yet any advise would be greatfull thanks glenn Good luck at the tables
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Posted on Sep 18th 2007
ho by the way i only have $100 bankroll at the moment
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Posted on Sep 19th 2007
I think that is enogh
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Posted on Sep 19th 2007
What limit are you playing actually ?
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Posted on Sep 20th 2007
40 times the big blind should give you enough room to weather out cold cards playing solid. Good luck.
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Posted on Sep 22nd 2007
40 times the big blind I agree, if you play a single table during a session. GL AT THE TABLE
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Posted on Sep 29th 2007
With a $100, it's advisable to within your comfort limits. Any big jump limit here can cost your entire bankroll. Here I recommend bankroll I require before you move up .... Bankroll req. Limits Move down limit if you lose $100 10c-5c bankrupt if you move...lol or u can do super micro 1c-2c $400 10c-25c $60 $800 25c-50c $200 $1000+ 50c-$1 $400 I have done this method and from $100, I manage to make it to $1000 safely. =) Hope if helps ...
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Posted on Oct 5th 2007
To maximize your winnings and look serious as soon as you sit down, buy in for the MAXIMUM. And play No Limit. I do like limit holdem, but it's certainly not as profitable. Technically you're playing well if you win one Big Bet per hour. Not good enough for me, not anymore. In No Limit, there's no limit to the amount you can win in one hour. At CD Poker - NL 5/10c is $10 NL 10/20c is $20 That's 100 Big Blinds, and I find that players either buy in for the max, or for close to the minimum as to try and double up. The Short-Stack-Strategy. My advice is, with your $100, play 5/10c and buy in for the max. If you bust out 10 times in a row for your entire bankroll, there's nothing I can do to help you. But if you're a strong enough player you should be profitable. Perhaps when you reach $200 in your BR, bump up to 10/20c and buy in for $20.
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Posted on Oct 7th 2007
As with every answer, it all depends. If you want to make money, then I would suggest NL, it is by far the easiest way to win the most amount of money (or lose) at whatever limit you are playing. If you are looking to learn the game, then Limit is a great place to do this, and for quite cheap if you are on the micro tables. If you are playing NL, then I suggest that you have at least 10 times the buyin that you are comfortable playing with as your bankroll. If you like to multi table, then your bankroll should be 10 x buyin x # of tables. For example If I play $100 NL and only bring $40 each time I sit down, my bankroll $40 x 10 x 1 table = $400 If I play 4 tables $40 x 10 x 4 = $1600 As mentioned before, for limit players, usually 40 x the BB (big bet) would be a sufficient amount. I usually still like to use the 10 x bankroll guideline from NL for limit, especially since I prefer to multi table. Example .25 / .50 Limit Big Bet = $2 Depending on which method you prefer, your bankroll would be $500 (equivalent to $50 NL) or $80. Many players on limit tables have smaller bankrolls since the swings aren't as brutal as NL can be. However, the problem with limit is that a bad day can be compounded by the inability to quickly recover. Losing $100 at NL can be resolved with a couple $50 winning sessions, but in limit you may find yourself slowly grinding your way back to even. That being said, both games have ups and downs and you have to find the one that fits your style the best.
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Posted on Nov 5th 2007
As with every answer, it all depends. If you want to make money, then I would suggest NL, it is by far the easiest way to win the most amount of money (or lose) at whatever limit you are playing. If you are looking to learn the game, then Limit is a great place to do this, and for quite cheap if you are on the micro tables. If you are playing NL, then I suggest that you have at least 10 times the buyin that you are comfortable playing with as your bankroll. If you like to multi table, then your bankroll should be 10 x buyin x # of tables. For example If I play $100 NL and only bring $40 each time I sit down, my bankroll $40 x 10 x 1 table = $400 If I play 4 tables $40 x 10 x 4 = $1600 As mentioned before, for limit players, usually 40 x the BB (big bet) would be a sufficient amount. I usually still like to use the 10 x bankroll guideline from NL for limit, especially since I prefer to multi table. Example .25 / .50 Limit Big Bet = $2 Depending on which method you prefer, your bankroll would be $500 (equivalent to $50 NL) or $80. Many players on limit tables have smaller bankrolls since the swings aren't as brutal as NL can be. However, the problem with limit is that a bad day can be compounded by the inability to quickly recover. Losing $100 at NL can be resolved with a couple $50 winning sessions, but in limit you may find yourself slowly grinding your way back to even. That being said, both games have ups and downs and you have to find the one that fits your style the best. Very appreciated mate!
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