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/Dec/2012

A new hope

By: Black n R3d @ 08:32 (EST) / 75 / Comment ( 0 )

From now things are going to be different. Despite knowing i am a good poker player i seem to constantly be depositing more and more money and never moving up in stakes. So i have decided to  start at the beggining.  i have $40 which i will use to play 2nl Zoom and this will be the starting point. The hope is that i can move up to 5nl but i will need $100 to have a sufficent bankroll as i would like to have 20 buy at each stake i play. I want to withdaw the $40 initial starting roll so i need to make $100 profit at 2nl. That would be 5000 big blinds.

 

I started this on the 19/02/2013 and today is the 26/02/2013. I this time i have placed 8589 and have won $5.20( 260bb) which is a winrate of 3.03-bb/100. However i am running bad at the moment and my all in ev puts me on $19.21 (960.5bb).  This means that if i was running perfect i would already be nearly 20% of the way to playing 5nl.

So lets hope i run a bit better and lets get back to the tables...

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