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/Dec/2012

Starting to Build My Bankroll

By: SpiffsGirl @ 09:34 (EST) / 286 / Comment ( 3 )

I have been watching a lot of videos the last couple of days, and I decided I was going to start to build my bankroll with the .25/.50/$1 sit and gos. I find that I have tried to start this before, but I tend to get bored, and sometimes even frustrated with losing, and the amount of time it takes to build the bankroll. I am tracking my games to post, and keep everyone updated. Does anyone have advice? Is it okay to throw a couple small buy in tourneys in there, and maybe a couple .01/.02 zoom/ring games. Let me know what you think. And maybe even throw in some links to some good videos that you guys like, and ones that may help me out.

 

Dani

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