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Last month I deposited 100 bucks on full tilt, and ran it up to around $550.

However last week-end I had a mare and crashed to $70


But last few days, have played hard, well and ran good, and in about 30 STTs am now on $600

Rollercoaster I know!

But my Q is: should I now take a break to recover, and come back fresh in a few days/weeks or continue to ride a great rush.

Btw, I am now planning on exercising proper bankroll management!

Any thoughts?????????

     
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with swings as huge as yours the idea of a different bankrollmanagement makes sense, id say Blink

other question you have to answer yourself. on the one hand you should continue as long as you win and your mindset is right. on the other hand you should stop before you get unconcentrated, unmotivated etc.

poker is also about learning selfdiscipline and discovering your own limits.

if i were you id just continue when i feel relaxed and fit. if your self-assessment turns out to be wrong you should have more then enuff of your bankroll left, if you applied proper bankrollmanagement.

i hope that helps. good luck to you! Smile

     
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Well, my suggestion is review your game, do you think that you have run lucky or have your good plays paid off. If the reason for your good run is good play, then keep going but if you have just gotten lucky then cash out for christ sake. And I don't only mean whether you have gotten your money in there with the best hand, because that is not very hard when you hit a lot, but whether you really think you can play each and every hand well regardless of how your day has been going.

     
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Without blowing my own trumpet, it really is through good play, I've been running well, but also genuinly outplaying the table.

I mostly play the 10 and 20 buck 6max stt's on full tilt, and find that with a good solid game, I simply have an edge because the standard really is appaling

     
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I guess a proper bankrollmanagement is more important. Move down a stake or two and start grinding it out. $600 gives you enough room to play.

     
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You should take a brake. In poker you have to think and if you are tierd you have to rest a moment. Tired players are making stupid mistakes.

     
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Posted by lglowka:
You should take a brake. In poker you have to think and if you are tierd you have to rest a moment. Tired players are making stupid mistakes.


+1

a little break is always positive, read poker article, go on some blogs to see how they play, and how they do again the TILT ....

     
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No break, just better BRmanagement Smile

     
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mhm if you is tired, i think that a little break is not a bad idea. Come back fresh, rested and reinforced. Good luck at the tables Blink

     
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by the sounds of it your running pretty good at the moment so i would keep going before it runs out lol

     
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I think you need some break. Smile

     
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don't stop your run now, that's so good
you will always have time to get a break

     
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If your running good and playing well, stick with it and keep grinding out the cash.

Hot streaks don't come around that often.

     
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If I were you I should play with BR managment, and if you feeling that you play good and youre doing the right things you shouldnt take a break.

Keep up the good work!

     
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I don't think we can tell you if you need a break or not, it's up to you because it's only you who know how are you feeling mentally and physically, I mean are you feeling very hungry to play and win... good luck and make the right decision.

     
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Overall you know best, asking advice is good but dont think any advice will help much.
So my pennys worth, play when you want to play, when in that nice mood and not just for the sake of it.

"Btw, I am now planning on exercising proper bankroll management!" shame it took around $500 to take it on board, Gl and have fun.

     
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Posted by Calmplay:
I don't think we can tell you if you need a break or not, it's up to you because it's only you who know how are you feeling mentally and physically, I mean are you feeling very hungry to play and win... good luck and make the right decision.

+1

     
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