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Another One =]!

    • BCShad0w
      Joined: 07.06.2010 Posts: 78
      Hey all. My name's Chez.
      I'm 20, but I've been playing poker since the age of 18 on and off for abit of fun, but been thinking about taking it one step further and getting my head into books and online =].
      I'm a university student in England, focusing on Accounting and Finance [bankroll therefore shouldn't be an issue for me, hahahah]

      I have an account on PKR and Party Poker, but shall be making another one more site to recieve my $50. I hope to see a few people around and hopefully player some cards =]!

      On both sites, my account name is BCShad0w.

      Regards, Chez.
  • 2 replies
    • TheBu11d0g
      Joined: 25.07.2008 Posts: 2,019
      Hi BCShad0w,

      Welcome in the community. We are here to help you the improve your skills in order to build a bankroll. I can recommend several things:

      1. Play according to the bankroll management. This is the most important point. I saw a lot of players going broke, because they didn't stick to it. ( for NL it's this one: BRM)
      2. Read all available articles.
      3. Stay active in the forum, which means: ask questions whenever you have some.
      4. Post in our hand analysis boards (Fixed-Limit / No-Limit / SNG)!
      5. Watch videos and visit coachings.

      If you really do these things, you will be a winning player who climbs up the limits.

      Best regards,
    • BCShad0w
      Joined: 07.06.2010 Posts: 78
      Thank you.
      Yea, I've only put a small amount into poker of real money, £10, but soon saw that real money took a different turn when it became serious or when it came to not knowing what to do!

      I also have a semi pro player moving into my house in the summer with me, whi plays with PKR and is in Vegas at the moment [lucky fella!]

      Practise makes perfect, I just need to head onto a few tables now and putting theory to practise, best way to learn!