10$ Bankroll

    • Traxion2k
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      Today im going to start a new project where i will start with a 10$ bankroll.


      Im going to see how far i can get with it.
      Im going to play cash games starting at NL10

      My goal is to get to NL100
      I know this is going to get hard but if and when ill reach 50$ ill follow the ordinary BRM.

      Ill keep you updated :
      29juli. Start of day 10$
      29juli. End of day xx$
  • 11 replies
    • brian997
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      Sounds interesting, but be wary that you make go broke relatively easy. What site are you playing on? What strategy will you be using, SSS or BSS?
    • gogogoji
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      goodluck on your game :)
    • TimothyVdp1
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      with 10$ I'd play some sit en go's, get my BR to ~50$ and start SSS if it's not on full tilt,play till you have 600$ deposit on FT for first deposit and shorstack NL25/50/100 to clear it, once u have 1k$+ start playing NL25SH 15k hands and then move to NL50SH etc.
      (that's what I'm doing now :D )
      In the meantime, bonus whore :D
    • thedahl
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      Its going to be like
      Starting of the day: $10.00
      End of the day $0.00
    • brian997
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      Originally posted by TimothyVdp1
      with 10$ I'd play some sit en go's
      I wouldn't recommend that, thats a sure way to go broke if don't already have good ICM
    • TimothyVdp1
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      yes, but also is SSS and in SnG's you need less knowledge than with SSS imo and with 10$ you can't manage a BR properly :D
      so SnG's and hope to get lucky ;)
    • brian997
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      Originally posted by TimothyVdp1
      yes, but also is SSS and in SnG's you need less knowledge than with SSS imo and with 10$ you can't manage a BR properly :D
      so SnG's and hope to get lucky ;)
      I completely disagree. To play SNG's effectively, you need a lot more knowledge than to play SSS effectively!
    • cannell555
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      Originally posted by TimothyVdp1
      yes, but also is SSS and in SnG's you need less knowledge than with SSS imo and with 10$ you can't manage a BR properly :D
      so SnG's and hope to get lucky ;)
      Hahahahaha

      SnG's require less knowledge than SSS, ROFPMSLMFAO. Oh boy, that was meant to be a joke, right?

      In SSS theres two things, good hand raise, bad hand fold. Bingo! <-- its not even poker.
    • TimothyVdp1
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      and SnG's are poker? :P
      play virtually no hands till push or fold: bad hand fold, good hand push ;)
      My point is that no matter what u play with a 10$ BR, u need luck to succeed
    • cannell555
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      Originally posted by TimothyVdp1
      and SnG's are poker? :P
      play virtually no hands till push or fold: bad hand fold, good hand push ;)
      My point is that no matter what u play with a 10$ BR, u need luck to succeed
      SnG's are'nt poker? hmm. Thats now my favourite donkiest comment i've ever seen. TY for that. I still aint sure of one thing though, are you actually being serious? Could someone even be that dumb? I'm not so sure tbh. You have got me all confuzzled now.

      I actually had trouble writing this^^, as I couldn't stop giggling.
    • TimothyVdp1
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      even helemaalnickssays sng's aren't real poker so ;)
      don't take it too serious tough :)