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hey thought it would be a good idea to open a thread up for bankroll management for the holdidays so everyone that is getting these girfts and free money offers can stratigize a little to build there bankroll for the holidays without going out backwards. all tips and advise are welcome.

hope the comments to this thread help some people out!!!


my first and foremost tip would be to play within your means with the bankroll you have and if your not doing well stop feading the piggy lol go back later or try another table. also try to go in with a plan and stick to it before you play everytime. weather that be a certain time amount or once you double up or once youve played 2 or 3 or 4 tourneys for the day. hope that helps ...

     
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The most important rule - is 50 BI if you playing sng or cash.

     
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My best tip for bankrollmanagement is to log out and take a long walk if you start loosing Smile NOT bet harder to win back. I think thats the most regular reason for people to loose money in poker Smile

     
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Lol i have no bankroll management so this thread could help me maybe! But no i usually will deposit some money online and blow it fairly quickly. Thats just been my luck but also i know it has to do with poor bankroll management so thanks for this thread.

     
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Its importend to set yourself some rules etc 50 buy ins.. so if you have 100$ dont just go to high stake tables to earn some quick cash etc a 50$ buyin.. then you might be lucky to double up a few times or you could end up with 0$ in less that 5 minuts...
I allso think its importend to etc take a bath and eat something before you start playing maybe a nice morning walk .. to clear your mind Smile

     
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i think that the 100bb rule is a good one to follow and if you go under and are losing i think that you should drop your stakes lower.. ie 50c/1.... atleast $100 if you get down to $ 75 or $ 50 time to go back to 25c/50c .. for some people that wanna play safer maybe you should consider a 200bb rule... Big Smile

     
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Its very easy to find many important rules about BR management, but very hard to follow them. I mean , guys, do you really close your computer for couple of days, if you start losing. Its like all advices AA gives you, but there is still lots of alcohol addicts.

     
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For me - I've finally started to use a *bit* bankroll management - and finally have stopped going busto..

For early stages I do:

I play nl10 (playing under this is just crap) until I reach $200
Then I play nl25 - if I drop back to $100 then I play nl10 again

Only 8 buyins for nl25 isn't ideal - but since it's micros - it's not that bad either IMO.

I don't think 50BI or 100BI needs to apply for micro stakes - like seriously - you shouldn't need 50BI @ nl4 or nl10 - if you do - it's probably time to give up.

     
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i wasnt reffering to buy ins... i was reffering to the big blind rule.. ie if you were playing 1$/2$ limit you should have to have atleast $200 to be on the safe side imo/ jess i think your buy in strategy is a good one.... thanks for sharing too!! i hope we get more posts in here!! the only bad plan is no plan!!lol

     
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oh I cant close my notebook for couple of days and not to play poker!I can take a rest for few time,when donks tilt me with stupid call or stupid all in,but not play for 3,4 days,thats not gone happen to me!

     
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you dont have to put it to a rest for a few days but somtimes a few hrs or a day to clear your head and start fresh is a good idea imo

     
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Posted by lastwords:
i wasnt reffering to buy ins... i was reffering to the big blind rule.. ie if you were playing 1$/2$ limit you should have to have atleast $200 to be on the safe side imo/ jess i think your buy in strategy is a good one.... thanks for sharing too!! i hope we get more posts in here!! the only bad plan is no plan!!lol


That's an unconventional way of look at bankroll management.. Although - more common with limit poker I think - with NL you really need to be looking at the amount of buyins you have. As you can lose a buyin in a single hand - it's a lot more meaningful than how many big blinds you have.

With limit though - the amount of big blinds has a lot more meaning. Although playing $1/$2 limit poker with only $200 as a bankroll is very poor bankroll management.

     
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Posted by jessthehuman:
For me - I've finally started to use a *bit* bankroll management - and finally have stopped going busto..

For early stages I do:

I play nl10 (playing under this is just crap) until I reach $200
Then I play nl25 - if I drop back to $100 then I play nl10 again

Only 8 buyins for nl25 isn't ideal - but since it's micros - it's not that bad either IMO.

I don't think 50BI or 100BI needs to apply for micro stakes - like seriously - you shouldn't need 50BI @ nl4 or nl10 - if you do - it's probably time to give up.


I understand why you got busto many times (looks like that from your post).
When i play Poker i sometimes have swings in 1 session beetween -4bi + 4bi just variance...
So what? 8BI? Rotfl... 3 bad beats and i am out. Not smart move.

Most common bankroll is 25BI for cash 4-6 tables 50bi+ for multitable 24 and around 30-40BI for rush poker. In sits there is much more depends what sit's you are playing. Because u need much bigger Bankroll for 180 players then 9/18/27 ofc.
But most common in sits there is 100BI rule.

     
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I think for proper limits, 50BI yes. But for micros like nl25, around 20 is fine. And If I got 8 BI - I'll play nl25 and if I drop to $100 I'll build back from nl10

I actually haven't gone bust a single time since I started this - my roll is currently ~$800

Seriously - if you need 50-100 BI for micro stakes - you aren't doing very well.


     
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i did a thread on bankroll management thought admin would of made it a sticky here it is

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



Read more: http://www.bankrollmob.com/forum.asp?mode=thread&id...

     
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Posted by lastwords:
hey thought it would be a good idea to open a thread up for bankroll management for the holdidays so everyone that is getting these girfts and free money offers can stratigize a little to build there bankroll for the holidays without going out backwards. all tips and advise are welcome.

hope the comments to this thread help some people out!!!


my first and foremost tip would be to play within your means with the bankroll you have and if your not doing well stop feading the piggy lol go back later or try another table. also try to go in with a plan and stick to it before you play everytime. weather that be a certain time amount or once you double up or once youve played 2 or 3 or 4 tourneys for the day. hope that helps ...

darn... that is the same problem i have... i could't properly manage my bankroll... Sad

     
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thanks for the link to the thread you made dozn01!! ..hope this this thread and dozn01's is helping everyone!!!! cheers!

     
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Posted by jessthehuman:
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I think for proper limits, 50BI yes. But for micros like nl25, around 20 is fine. And If I got 8 BI - I'll play nl25 and if I drop to $100 I'll build back from nl10

I actually haven't gone bust a single time since I started this - my roll is currently ~$800

Seriously - if you need 50-100 BI for micro stakes - you aren't doing very well.




Can you even read? Or not? I said u need 50BI for multitabling 24 tables... u have there all the time swings and sometimes really big... Swing for 5BI in 1 session on multitabling is normal...
I said most common for micro is 25bi because on micro there is much donks who can suckouts you.
And if you feel u have edge u can lower to 20 and u have "scary money" u can raise to 30.
Depends on players.
And anyway... you're saying when you will go down to 100$ you will go NL10 ~ it's 10BI only.
You said you have 800$ so why you're not playing NL50 like your brm would do for that?

And about dozn01... 40Bi for sit's is bad idea. U can get crushed.

     
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WHY 50?

If you are competent at the game it has been suggested less than 20 but more than 10 could be enough?

     
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Posted by exostenz:
WHY 50?

If you are competent at the game it has been suggested less than 20 but more than 10 could be enough?

If people multitable they can have 10 buy-ins at the tables. One can play with less than 20 buy-ins buy dropping down a level when losing a few of them.

     
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