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/Dec/2014

Building my bankroll 3: Mini Challenge #1

By: Silken218 @ 18:03 (EST) / 194 / Comment ( 0 )

Hey guys,

 

This is going to be a real quick post!  So things have been pretty rough lately, but this is just the start of this whole process and things will get better soon.

 

Im going to try to have a little fun this weekend and give myself a little mini challenge.

 

Mini Challenge

Im going to 4 table Zoom 2NL and im not aloud to move up until I win 5 stacks($10) and then I will post the graph in my next blog and you guys can see how I did.

Then I will do the same thing at 5NL.

When I get to 10NL, which is the stake where I start to have trouble. I havent really decided, but I think im going to give myself a number of hands where if I havent won the 5 stacks yet, then I will move back down to 5NL.

 

I think it will be fun to post the graphs at each stake and show you guys how I did, so look out for those results!

 

Thanks for reading , any comments or questions would be great!

 

See you at the tables,

 

Silken218

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