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    Angry Posting this to embarass myself so I won't do it again...

    Yesterday, over the course of about 2 hours, I turned $6 on Black Chip Poker into $60. I accomplished this playing .02/.05 PLO and $5 PLO HU Hyper Turbo's.

    I lost it all back in about 2-3 hours by stepping up to .10/.25 PLO like a damn fool who's never heard of bankroll management.

    Please troll me....

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    PokerOwned Demi-God DocHo11idaze's Avatar
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    When under 100, there is no BRM
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocHo11idaze View Post
    When under 100, there is no BRM
    lmao..best rule ever ...... xDD


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    Wow Doc...

    After pondering upon your post for a moment I realized what you said was some real shit. Swittie is right. Best rule ever.

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    when under 100 there is no BRM, that about made be blow my drink all over my computer. Now either that is really true or really effed up LOL I want to community to have a say about this one..............

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    Sorry man, that sucks. If you wanted to move up, maybe 5cent 10 cent. However, going broke is something that is quite common among lots of players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drywallman3 View Post
    when under 100 there is no BRM, that about made be blow my drink all over my computer. Now either that is really true or really effed up LOL I want to community to have a say about this one..............
    ive always said below 50 there is no brm, some people say 100 its pretty much down to how disciplined u are
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drywallman3 View Post
    when under 100 there is no BRM, that about made be blow my drink all over my computer. Now either that is really true or really effed up LOL I want to community to have a say about this one..............
    I don't know if I'd say there's "NO" BRM, but it is minimal. BRM strategies generally focus on not playing in levels above a certain percentage of your bankroll - but if you've only got $40, the sites don't offer tourneys for $0.40 (usually) except the almost purely luck-based ones like hyperturbos.

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    bankroll management requires discipline - and poker is about discipline and patience - so bring that over to you money too

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    Bankroll management strategy is dependent on how good you are. Obviously, the better you are the less bankroll management you need, if you are a -EV player then no amount of bankroll management will save you. Even having 1000 buy ins will go "bye bye".

    Before you decide how many buy ins you need, figure out how good of a player you are. Do you study? Do you go to websites and look at the percentages, the strategies, and ready up on whatever you can get your hands on? Or do you just play for the shits and giggles. It's not about ego, it's about work.

    The stakes you played were simply too high, for any good player. You should have waited till you had at least 100$.
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