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    • eyewilleatpies
      eyewilleatpies
      Bronze
      Joined: 15.12.2010 Posts: 12
      at the moment i have 118 dollars in my bankroll from the 50 dollars you have given me, the restrictions are still on my account which is good for me in a cash game situation but i wonder how much must be in my bankroll in order for me to play in a 2 dollar tournamnet or a 2 dollar rebuy as i still get the message from WH stating that my bankroll is still protected???
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    • EagleStar88
      EagleStar88
      Bronze
      Joined: 06.10.2008 Posts: 7,359
      Hi eyewilleatpies,

      The following copied from the William Hill Guide should provide you with everything you need to know:

      For Beginners: Automatic Bankroll Protection
      In collaboration with PokerStrategy.com, William Hill offers an automatic bankroll protection for beginners. When starting out with your $50 starting capital, you will only be able to play in the following limits:

      * Fixed Limit Hold'em: Up to $0.10/$0.20
      * No Limit Hold'em: Up to $0.05/$0.10
      * Sit and Goes Texas Hold'em: Up to $1 buy-in (not including entry-fee)

      Sit and Go heads-up tournaments are not supported, since they are not suitable for beginners and we therefore don't offer a beginners' strategy for this game type.

      These measures are consistent with our recommended bankroll management method and will help you get through the introductory phase with a profit. The automatic bankroll protection will either be lifted after you've generated 50$ in rake or tournament fees or after 30 days of actively playing for real money at William Hill.

      It will also be lifted when you deposit at least $100 on top of your free $50 starting capital.
      Congrats on building your bankroll up so far, keep it going you're doing great ;)

      Best regards,


      Bart