Novice Bankroll Question

    • wanted879
      wanted879
      Global
      Joined: 10.03.2011 Posts: 4
      What do you guys use to manage your bankroll? is there a guide on an efficient way to keep track of it?
      Online, greatly increases the importance of mathematical skills players. If in real life it is important to guess what a map of the
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      enemy and not to disclose his own, then online it can be done. Yes, you can determine the manner of playing the opponent, but who

      can guarantee that here, in this particular situation, the "maniac" is not on hand, great maps? Or that a cautious player suddenly

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      decided not to bluff? So it comes to the forefront the ability to choose the right card, which costs come into play, the

      calculation of the probability of getting you the right cards, the calculation of the probability that the opponents have the best

      combination, etc. If you're a good mathematician, then your chances of online is much higher. No, psychology is a bluff, change

      game tactics are no less important, only to unravel them is now much harder.
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    • poupou
      poupou
      Bronze
      Joined: 08.09.2007 Posts: 7,210
      I use cashier. :f_p:
    • martisPS
      martisPS
      Bronze
      Joined: 14.04.2009 Posts: 65
      there is diferent brm for every strategy (SSS, BSS and MSS and ofcorse for tournaments and sitngoes) you can found all those things here
    • GraemeDR
      GraemeDR
      Bronze
      Joined: 19.01.2011 Posts: 156
      For playing standard NL holdem games (ie full ring or six max):

      Cash games; You should buy in with no more than 5% of you total roll and stand up when you have 10% of your current total at the table. Never re-load part way through.

      SnGs; Only buy in to tournaments for maximum of 5% of your total bank roll.

      MMTs; Only buy in to tournaments with a maximum of 2% of your total bank roll with the exception of low buy in/high guarantee type of tournaments such as the daily dollar on FT or similar.

      If you play heads up you will need to play with far more buy ins, such as 2% of your total bankroll.

      If you play omaha I'm not sure what is standard, but probably lower %s due to variance in Omaha.