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    PokerOwned Demi-God rghy2's Avatar
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    Bankroll Management Withdrawal Strategies

    It's pretty easy to find plenty of information out there on BRM, when to move up, etc. What I haven't found is a good strategy on when and how much you should withdraw from your BR. I mean, it's great to reinvest your poker winnings and move up in stakes, but lets face it, the point of winning is to eventually have money for us to spend on whatever we want. I was personally thinking about keeping track of my winnings for the month (not accounting for losses) and withdraw 10% of the value of how much I've won once a month. This way I have to average a 10% ROI to stay at the same level for my BR. What kind of strategy do you use to withdraw?

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    WELL, first must have $$ , so i dont need a strategy !
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    It really depends on how much you have and where you want to end up being at. If you reach the level you want to be at, lets say $1/$2 for cash, then withdraw when you get a good chunk over 100bbs or whatever amount you want to play at. I really dont think withdrawing should affect how you play and what stakes you play at. I dont think there should be a specific time of when you withdraw unless you're a consistant winner. It should all depend on the stakes you're playing at and withdraw the excess you don't really need.

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    keep up your bankroll managment not going under 100bb, if you make more money move on to higher levels or make a withdrawel

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    PokerOwned Demi-God rghy2's Avatar
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    I don't have a limit on how high I want to go, I'd happily work my way up to the pro level if I could!! But at the same time I don't believe poker is truly profitable until you have money in hand. I'm not looking for advice for myself, just wondering how everyone else decides when to make a withdrawal.

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    yeah

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    i think i will not withdrawl up to i have more than 1,000 $ and this could still last quiet a long time, then i will get out about maybe 250 playing along with the rest

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    It's kinda like how the MMORPG Star Wars: Galaxies failed; there were no structured clans or factions to join so the main ordeal of the game was just trying to make sense of it all. I found if they made it like the movie where every1 followed a specific rountine or character, the developers/super-users could mandate and manage the populace into coordinated game-events or scenerios.

    If you don't have a goal or a specifc ordeal you want to accomplish, you'll end up playing the same plrs at a ring game or Sn'G ring. Think about it, when you go to a casino or some1's house for a game, you'll usually leave the cash there or take it with you. With the internet, you can't "leave."

    You're just going to have to distinguish certain accomplishments or buy-ins. With sports betting, I accertain the funds to the events. For example, the IIHF tournement is a great way to keep winning minimum, bankroll management-based bets (if you're good); UFC or soccer games is good for maximum, large-scale bets.

    Overall, you might want to find out what kind of games you like to play and figure out how to manage them. I'm a HU Sn'G specialist so it's hard to 'move up' to bigger blinds. It could take years b4 I'm comfortable with $30-$60 buyins, so I just wait until the end of the week/month and figure out if the limit to which I'm playing at is right for me at the time. I'm a serious enough player that moving up or down will usually result in some winnings in the long run, so I work around to how the losing players (lower blinds) might have their bankroll managed. Either way, I tend to withdrawal $100.00 at a time or whatever my bills could derive from.
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    I never really had a set amount with withdraws. I used to play pokerroom years ago. Usually would deposit 100, when I was on it, build it up to $600, and withdraw 400. leaving me with more than I started and play higher limits or continue to crush 3/6.

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    i dont deposit so i withdrawl everything but a $100 this year i withdraw $1,400 + 200 paypal and gdmp i suck at poker just lucky alot, but just love freerolling

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