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Best way to increase a small bankroll by a lot?

By: JZA80Turbo @ 11:24 (EDT) / 699 / Comment ( 2 )
So I've been trying Sit & Go Fifty50 games... They seem to be a good way to increase a bankroll if you know what you're doing. I started with 10$ and I'm now at 30$. I had ups and downs, like everyone, but still managed to increase it by 20$ (or 200%).

I was wondering if anyone thought multiple cash games at once was a better way to grind? I'll be looking into it, since I keep on hearing about random people playing 30 games at once and making huge profits daily. Of course, it's a different gameplay when compared to Fifty50 Sit & Gos, so a style change would be my biggest concern.

Feel free to let me know what has worked best for you between multiple cash games at once and Sit & Gos!

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