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Hi, what is your opinion on how many buy ins should you have in a cash table? I made around 1k from nothing and play NL0.10/0.20 and PLO10. I thought of moving the levels up when I reach 1,5k.

     
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Rule of thumb:

20-25 buy ins for NL Hold'em.

Double the numbers for PLO.

If one is prepared to move down in stakes, if a few buy ins are lost, maybe a lower number will do.

     
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Posted by iputonak:
Hi, what is your opinion on how many buy ins should you have in a cash table? I made around 1k from nothing and play NL0.10/0.20 and PLO10. I thought of moving the levels up when I reach 1,5k.

I think you are a very very conservative woman. There are lots of theories in bankroll management. Personally in cash games I apply the 2% rule, don't spend more than 2% of your bankroll. In my case, playing 0.10/0.20 next level had started when you reached $100!

     
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Are you looking for more challenge or bigger earnings? I myself are very conservative and when i find something that pays i stick to it.. of course you have to challenge yourself sometimes, but dont change your game to fast Blink

     
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+1!
for PLO 50 buy ins I find minimum to move up!

     
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Hi iputonak.

For levels <= NL25 30 buy-in.
For levels <= NL200 50 buy-in.
For levels >= NL400 75-100 buy-in.

If you play Rush Poker in FTP Buy-in x 2.

Bye!!

     
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20-25 buy ins for NL Hold'em. However it is important how do you feel on your current level. Its always good to know that if you lose on higher level you can easly get your bankroll back on lower lever.

     
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woot you made 1 K with nothing?

Tell me how hehe

     
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Posted by iputonak:
Hi, what is your opinion on how many buy ins should you have in a cash table? I made around 1k from nothing and play NL0.10/0.20 and PLO10. I thought of moving the levels up when I reach 1,5k.


héhé congratz for how you built it ^^ , i made it from nothing too^^ but i am only on +100$ atm ^^

for your bankroll managment, i use same theory than Chartroule : Smile !!!

     
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Posted by Chartoule:
If you play Rush Poker in FTP Buy-in x 2.


LOL Worship

     
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Posted by shokaku:
Rule of thumb:

20-25 buy ins for NL Hold'em.

Double the numbers for PLO.

If one is prepared to move down in stakes, if a few buy ins are lost, maybe a lower number will do.

Thumbs Up

     
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i thinhk that 20-30buy ins its good limit

     
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I use no less than 30 BI as a rule of thumb, 50 BI if feeling conservative...PLO is of course more swingy so you have to adjust up, and you also have to adjust up if you are playing 6-max. It also depends on your play, whether you like or not to make high-variance moves like moving allin on flush draws

     
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Send me 10% of your bankroll and play the same way you play and when you be 2K then send me again 10% and after that I will tell you hove to play in future,that is the best for your and my bankroll
Big Smile Worship Big Smile Dollar Dollar

     
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Hi guys!!

I see some or us think that 20-30 buy-in are enough.. Don´t you think that is a really agressive management? A down with that number will be so hard. And at the begin, you will pass levels too quick, without be sure your are a real winner in them.

Bye!!

PD

     
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The bankroll to building there is effective one like that, or netán even more effective one Isildur- bankroll management, than it till now known.
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this will help you....



hi all heres a little help on Bankroll management for the begginers......




The following principle is key to becoming a successful poker player. Without the proper money management skills, the best players in the world would go broke. For all you begigner-readers, here are the basic rules of bankroll management for Texas Hold'em.

20 buyins for NL Hold'em.
300 big blinds for Limit Hold'em.
40 buyins for SnG Tournaments.

What is bankroll management?
"Bankroll management" (sometimes abbreviated to BRM) is where you play at certain limits to avoid losing all of your bankroll due to bad runs of cards, which any poker player must expect from time to time.

This is called "playing within your bankroll". Subsequently, if you play at higher limits where there is too great a chance of losing all of your poker money, you are "playing out of your bankroll".

Why is bankroll management important?
The reason why you should choose your limits carefully in poker is due to the variance. Variance is a term used to describe the "ups and downs" of poker where you fluctuate from having bad runs of cards to good runs of cards, resulting in varying profits and losses.

If you play poker for long enough there are going to be periods of time where you will consistently lose money, not because you are playing badly, but because the cards are not falling your way. This means that if you do not have enough money in your bankroll to absorb these big downswings, it is likely that you will lose it all.

Every player, irrespective of ability, will experience variance in their game. Bankroll management is in place to deal with this variance and allow you to continue playing without going broke.

Therefore every time we sit down at the poker table, whether it be live or online, we want to give ourselves the best opportunity to win a maximum amount of profit whilst keeping the risk of going broke minimal. This is where the rules of bankroll management come into play.

So what limits should I be playing at?
Cash games.
If you are playing pot limit or no limit poker, the safe recommended size of your bankroll is 20 times the full buy-in of where you want to play. This means that if you want to have the best chance of making money at a $1/$2 game where the maximum buy-in is $200, you should have a bankroll of at least $4000.

Another way of applying bankroll management is by only putting a maximum 5% of your entire bankroll on the table at any one time, which works out the same as having 20 times the buy-in for the game.

If you like to play limit Holdem however, you should have 300 Big Bets as a minimum for the limit you wish to play at. Therefore to play $1/$2 limit Holdem, you should have a bankroll of at least $600.

Tournament games.
It is recommended that you have a bankroll that will give you 40 buy-ins to the level of tournaments that you wish to play at. Therefore if you want to play at the $10+$1 Sit n Go's you should have a bankroll of $440.

Bankroll management table.
NL Holdem Blinds Bankroll
5c/10c $200
10c/20c $400
25c/50c $1,000
$0.50/$1 $2,000
$1/$2 $4,000
$2/$4 $8,000
$5/$10 $16,000
$10/$20 $40,000
$25/$50 $100,000
$50/$100 $200,000

Limit Holdem Blinds Bankroll
5c/10c $30
10c/20c $60
25c/50c $150
$0.50/$1 $300
$1/$2 $600
$2/$4 $1,200
$5/$10 $3,000
$10/$20 $6,000
$25/$50 $15,000
$50/$100 $30,000


SnG Tournaments Blinds Bankroll
$1 + $0.1 $44
$2 + $0.2 $88
$5 + $0.5 $220
$10 +$1 $440
$20 +$2 $880
$30 +$3 $1,320
$50 +$5 $2,200
$100 +$10 $4,400
$200 +$20 $8,800
$500 +$50 $22,00

The guidelines noted above are very general rules that should give you the best opportunity to make money from playing Texas Holdem poker without going broke. However there are going to be some exceptions and alterations depending on how and where you play

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i think this will be better if this thread was a sticky tony (admin) Blink

     
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Posted by iputonak:
Hi, what is your opinion on how many buy ins should you have in a cash table? I made around 1k from nothing and play NL0.10/0.20 and PLO10. I thought of moving the levels up when I reach 1,5k.

how'd you reach 1k out of nothing? Shock Shock

     
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