Bankrollmanagment

    • bankrollmanagment
      bankrollmanagment
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      Joined: 05.05.2010 Posts: 18
      3 years in a row getting broke of my bad bankroll managment and runing from cash to mtt and back doing every possible mistake and always end up at zero. Nothing makes me to folow some kind of route that makes profit morover it cause only more pointless deposits and tons of time wasted at loptop. Tired to support poker rooms.

      WOULD BE NICE IF U GENTLY WOULD BAN ME FROM THIS SITE AND PROTECT FROM THIS DRAWNING.
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    • kiesza
      kiesza
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      Joined: 04.02.2010 Posts: 6
      While nobody believes that it will happen, the reality of poker is that 99% of players will go broke in their lifetime. Some will be able to bounce back and make a living at poker, and many will not. The unfortunate part is that many will not accept the reality that they cannot make it as a poker player and they continue to try and play. They lose their money, their homes, their family, and sometimes even their life. You will see these players always looking for their next stake and hanging around the rail of various poker games. They may also take on various little odd jobs so that they can get a stake or some scrap of money from players. This is the bottom of the barrel when it comes to playing poker.

      The reality of poker gaming & life is that not everyone wins. Many will take their shot and lose. Some will walk away from the game. Some will go back to becoming recreational players. Others will continue down a dark path where many do not come back. If you cannot make it as a poker player, there is no shame in that. Poker is a tough life. If you find that you cannot walk away from the game for one reason or another, then it is time to get help, preferably from a professional organization such as Gamblers Anonymous or similar. Poker is ultimately just a game. It is not worth losing your life or all that you have worked to achieve. If you are going down this dark path take the steps to emerge from the path. Otherwise, use this article as a cautionary tool to prevent yourself from going down this dark road.
    • Spungeh
      Spungeh
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      Joined: 29.06.2011 Posts: 1,212
      ^ what he said..

      or use decent bankrollmanagement? And stick to a certain game.
    • luckygan2002
      luckygan2002
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      Joined: 09.07.2011 Posts: 73
      I agree with spungeh, If you're good at bankroll management and play with your limit, I don't think you go broke that often. Anyway try read some books and see how it goes.

      Cheers