Joined: Apr '11
Age: 33 (M)
I know what you say, but after you lose one or two buyins and you didn't start to won stop playing, for me personally my maximum amount i allow to lose in one session is three buy-ins. In fact i don't lose the third too often, i start playing with it and if i see that i continue to lose i close the session. Anyways this is for texas holdem, if you play pot limit omaha you need to have a much larger bankroll(at least 50 buy-ins) and you usually need to set your lose to 5 buy ins per session. As for rush i agree with what posted above i don't really see a reason for which to continue to play after you doubled the stack with which you entered, you simply make a new entry in the rush pool and start with 100 bb again. By the way, for a week or i started to win every hand preflop with AA Including a 4 way pot i played yesterday at NL10, against KK , QQ and AK, and yes after i had a 40 dollars stack i sit out and made another 10 dollars entry.
Joined: Jan '11
Age: 30 (M)
If you are a good player you stop when you see that your poker doesent work or when you wi a lot iti is good to secure part o fyour winings. Anyway we can realy respect this rules thats why we lose a lot/