Is $2.5k roll enough for NL200 and NL400 mixed SSS?

    • tac3znarf
      tac3znarf
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      Joined: 15.10.2008 Posts: 257
      Hi,

      I am planning to cashout some of my bankroll and leave just enough for me to stay on my current limit NL200-NL400.

      I have $4.5k and I want to cash out $2k, is $2.5k enough for SSS in NL200 and NL400? I am just playing maximum of 6tables.
  • 5 replies
    • fakedurrr
      fakedurrr
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      Joined: 22.11.2008 Posts: 725
      » Your Poker Blogs » Is $2.5k roll enough for NL200 and NL400 mixed SSS?
      nice blog :) u should move it

      I dont have my own experience but it should be okay if u are confortable with it
    • tac3znarf
      tac3znarf
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      Joined: 15.10.2008 Posts: 257
      Thanks for the response fakedurrr.

      I just want other players opinionsince I want to reap the rewards of playing online and at the same time maintain a decent bankroll to slowly climb higher limits. :)
    • RahXephon1
      RahXephon1
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      Joined: 14.04.2009 Posts: 972
      I think 2.5 is enough for nl200 but not for NL400, since you don't want to play with scared money.

      Of course you are playing less tables and therefore should have a little lower variance, but still I think 50BI is sensible for any form of SSS.
    • tac3znarf
      tac3znarf
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      Joined: 15.10.2008 Posts: 257
      Thanks for the response Raxp.

      BTW, I never played with scared money. I am following the 30BI rule. I do have a stop loss in my session. $400 loss in a single session means I have to quit and take a break cause something must be wrong.

      I guess I do not need to worry about this for for now since I won $500 in my morning session today. I have requested the $2k cashout and I still have a decent $3k roll left in my account. :)
    • allinnutz
      allinnutz
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      Joined: 01.11.2009 Posts: 9
      I think if you're a good player 50 buy ins is fine, but if u start losing some u can always go down. :)