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Running bad as soon i make cashout

    • icebreaker1203
      Joined: 09.05.2010 Posts: 9
      This week i was testing PKR software.
      Initialy i made 10 dollars deposit runned it to 350 in 3 days... And then i cashout 200 dollars and bad run starts... After i lost 150 i cancelled cashout and returned all my losses, once again i cashout 200 dollars and again bad run starts.It's actually unreal i know what is variance but to lose on 4 tbls in same time when i have 85-95 % chance to win...

      I done same thing 7 times and after every cashout i start to run unreally bad! Coincidence??? I don't think so...

      Your opinion?

      Thank U.
  • 5 replies
    • gadget51
      Joined: 23.06.2008 Posts: 5,622
      Hi icebreaker,

      Moved to beginners question forum, you'll get a more appropriate response there I think.


    • Tim64
      Joined: 02.11.2008 Posts: 8,028
      Stop cashing out.

      Just kidding - just try to play through it; the cash out makes no difference to the cards that come.
    • RasTweet
      Joined: 26.12.2009 Posts: 4,553
      Hey icebreaker!

      May I also ask you if you are using a bankroll management.

      Because if your BR is $350, you cash out $200 that leaves you with $150. Now you say that you lost that rather fast? Sounds like you're playing a limit to high.

      I'm not saying you are, but looks, sounds like it.


    • icebreaker1203
      Joined: 09.05.2010 Posts: 9
      Yes you are right :D

      When i had 150 dollars i played PLO 5-10 which is only 15 buyins for high variance game. But the field on PKR is so soft and i like to move fast lvls.

      Also its hard to keep decent BR-management on site where traffic is so poor like in PKR.

      U have max 2 tbls 2-4, 2 tbls 5-10 and eventually 3 tbls 10-25 which is the softest game i ever played.
      Joined: 27.09.2009 Posts: 22,030
      I don't think the above works as an excuse really icebreaker1203.

      If you follow bad bankroll management then you are doomed to fail no matter how skillful you are at the game.

      15 buy-ins for Pot-Limit Omaha is definitely asking for trouble!