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Build a bankroll using the stairway to highstakes

Deposit $50 and build bankroll using Stairway to Highstakes.
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/Oct/2013

The long grind begins!

By: MinerBoy23 @ 21:49 (EDT) / 412 / Comment ( 0 )

I've been in and out of poker sites and made many deposits, and thankfully withdrawals too. However, due to poor bankroll management, tilt and cash outs I always seem to be starting over.

 

 

 

So using the Stairway to Highstakes bankroll management system as a guide I am starting again with a $50 deposit and playing Zoom 2NL. I will move up at $150 with $125 withdrawn along the way. So essentially I need to win or release bonuses to the value of $225.00 at 2NL before I'm right to move up. Seems ardous but doing it the slow way might be best for me based on my history.

 

 

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