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ALX1: making 100k a year!

    • ALXone
      ALXone
      Basic
      Joined: 22.08.2014 Posts: 6
      Hi everybody,

      from today on i will document my way to earn 100k a year.

      my documentation will enclude my learning process, my lessons and my results.

      I´m play headsup cashgames and my current limit is nl50.

      i will update this bloq 2-3 times a week.

      everyboday who feels free to give constructive criticism is invited to post and take part in this journey.



      mfg ALX1
  • 5 replies
    • satishvasoya
      satishvasoya
      Bronze
      Joined: 22.10.2010 Posts: 1,178
      good luck bro..will br following...
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
      Super Moderator
      Super Moderator
      Joined: 02.09.2010 Posts: 10,978
      Originally posted by ALXone
      Hi everybody,

      from today on i will document my way to earn 100k a year.

      my documentation will enclude my learning process, my lessons and my results.

      I´m play headsup cashgames and my current limit is nl50.

      i will update this bloq 2-3 times a week.

      everyboday who feels free to give constructive criticism is invited to post and take part in this journey.



      mfg ALX1
      Hi, ALX1
      Welcome to PokerStrategy.com !

      I'm following for sure!

      Best of luck,
      --VS
    • nubson
      nubson
      Bronze
      Joined: 27.11.2009 Posts: 1,406
      Hi !

      We are on the same road ! GL!
    • FFRRAANNKKIIEE
      FFRRAANNKKIIEE
      Bronze
      Joined: 30.12.2010 Posts: 3,107
      I'm in for the journey. :)
    • ALXone
      ALXone
      Basic
      Joined: 22.08.2014 Posts: 6
      hi guys,

      so since friday when i started the coaching for profits programm, i setet up a lot of stuff and did more organizing stuff than playing.

      i structured my month in working, playing poker, learning, family time. my wife is really in love with this idea because now i dont have no more excuses not sharing time with family ;-). i personally also believe this will have a positive influence on my life. after getting used to this structure i will add also doing sports as a fixed element in my agenda.

      i have a starting bankroll of 5k dollar, which i splittet now to 7 diffrent networks. off tomorrow i will start grinding regularly. my goal is to play 100k hands a month. my feeling for this right now is that i wont bring this volume, since waiting on multible talbes brings less traffic. i was used playing pokerstars zoom, this was great to that time, because i could play like start and stop. but for now no zoom, we ll see how things work out.

      today i had a very small session, it was more a test if everything in holdemmanager is setet up correctly like HUD, player alias, rakeback etc..

      even though i had some hands i will post here:

      Hand1:

      http://prntscr.com/4ge0xh

      standard call preflop, villain checks flop so my basics though here is he dont have a flushdraw cause he would bet ( ofc i would note that and adapt when he proofs me im wrong). turn i make a bet because i have to bet to win the hand and villain folds to bet oop 67%. he called and river brought up my straight. riverbet was for me here clear value since i dont give him the flush. so i had his range on AJ or TQ, Q7. he miniraised my riverbet. if he would have raised bigger i probalby would have folded, but here i called.

      Hand2:

      http://prntscr.com/4ge56j

      villain is a aggro 3bettor so i concider Q90 is a call here. i hit on flop my OESD + 1 overcard. villain is contibetting alot in 3 bet pot on flop on turn. in this hand im not sure whats the best play. maybe you could help me out here. imo i have here 2 options.

      Option1: is raising flop and getting it all in. even though i think when i get it in on the flop i dont get more than 50%

      Option2: calling flop and shoving turn when not hit to fold out all his crap.

      –> sadly i played the hand compeltly diffrent than i think now about it. i think call on turn is not good because i dont know how he plays the river, and if he does shove river and i dont hit i have to fold. luckily he checked and i had to bluff here to win the hand.

      would be nice to get some feedback here!

      Hand3:

      http://prntscr.com/4ge86b

      villain donked flop, i hade to raise my 2 pair, preparing to fold if he overshoves. he just called and flush came up. i had to bet to see where im standing. luckily he raised me staight on turn and i dont give him the skills to bluff here. so i just folded.

      am i right? or someone calling here turn once? and when calling, why?



      so thats it for today, bye and good luck at the tables.

      mfg alx1