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Thursday, 14 January 2010

Bankroll management


Bankroll management is a must for any player, without it you will be playing with "scared money" and will be at great risk of losing your whole roll.
At times you will have good runs and bad runs(varience), you need bankroll managment to take the bad with the good varying profits and losses.
No matter how good a player you deem yourself to be varience will strike, but with good bankroll managment you wont go bust.

Here is a guide for full ring tables:

NL5 $<200
NL5 $200
NL10 $400
NL50 $1,000
NL100 $2,000
NL200 $4,000
NL400 $8,000
NL1k $16,000
NL2K $40,000
NL5k $100,000
NL10k $200,000

Limit Holdem
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
$1 $50
$2 $90
$5 $200
$10 $450
$20 $900
$30 $1,300
$50 $2,500
$100 $4,500
$200 $9,000
$500 $22,000

Tournament games.
40+ buy ins for the level you want to play is what most recomend, I would say dubble it, as tourns have a lot af varience, so 80+BIs IMO.
NOTE: If you play shorthand you will be involved in more hands increasing variance so you should also increase BI amount.

Good luck at the felt.
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