Punch a Fish (6-max/HU NLHE)

    • harryjj0
      harryjj0
      Bronze
      Joined: 12.08.2008 Posts: 54
      Hey guys,

      I've tried to start bankrolls a couple of times and have been somewhat undisciplined with BRM. Thus, I have decided to earn my own money and use that to start a new BR, so that I feel more committed to the money. I have also had tilt issues which I have worked on a lot

      I will be playing on Full Tilt Poker with a starting BR of $750

      Rules:
      - 25 BI min for each level (taking shots), 30 BI for consistent playing at that level [6-max]
      - 30 BI min for each level (taking shots), 35 BI for consistent playing at that level [HU]
      - For MTTs, <1.5% of BR for BI, satellites = <1% for BI
      - Sessions are as long as I feel, but as soon as I feel tilty I must break

      Targets:
      - Download some HHs of regs at my level
      - Don't break anything
      - Stick to BRM
      - Continue to exercise (Tai Chi and other martial arts and self-defence)
      - Post up hands (I'm really bad at doing this after a painful session)
      - Hook up extra monitor
      - Work up to 6 tabling 6-max

      Currently playing: $0.10/25
  • 4 replies
    • harryjj0
      harryjj0
      Bronze
      Joined: 12.08.2008 Posts: 54
      15/12/09

      Played a 2.5 hr session. Started pretty quietly and got a bit hectic later. I didn't swing about too much (except for dropping a fair bit against a big bluff that sucked out. I also had a $76 pot at NL25 which was cool.

      Short stacker (BU) raised to $.75 I called in SB with 33 and BB reraised. BU folded and I called with the bet being 20x smaller than my stack (he outstacked me) so i had implieds.

      I flopped a house and the rest is history.

      I'll post real hands from now on.

      + $24
      BR = $274
    • anstaendig
      anstaendig
      Bronze
      Joined: 05.11.2006 Posts: 3,833
      Originally posted by harryjj0
      15/12/09

      Played a 2.5 hr session. Started pretty quietly and got a bit hectic later. I didn't swing about too much (except for dropping a fair bit against a big bluff that sucked out. I also had a $76 pot at NL25 which was cool.

      Short stacker (BU) raised to $.75 I called in SB with 33 and BB reraised. BU folded and I called with the bet being 20x smaller than my stack (he outstacked me) so i had implieds.

      I flopped a house and the rest is history.

      I'll post real hands from now on.

      + $24
      BR = $274
      I think calling 33 against a SS is -EV in the first place.

      btw... welcome and good luck :)
    • Grimzor
      Grimzor
      Bronze
      Joined: 28.03.2008 Posts: 421
      So you say you will follow BRM and use 30BI policy but play with 250$ on NL25?

      Didnt take long to break that rule ...
    • anstaendig
      anstaendig
      Bronze
      Joined: 05.11.2006 Posts: 3,833
      Originally posted by Grimzor
      So you say you will follow BRM and use 30BI policy but play with 250$ on NL25?

      Didnt take long to break that rule ...
      He said he starts with $750 bucks... maybe he just misstyped.