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Bobber's Bankroll Bonanza

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/Jan/2014

Early week update

By: bobber93 @ 14:23 (EST) / 197 / Comment ( 0 )

After not playing for so long I am starting to settle back in and am enjoying the game once again. Low stakes have been the call whilst I build my bankroll back up and I have been concetrating on the $0.25, $0.50 cent buy in multi table sit and go's with a few good runs. 

I have also found the hourly $0.55 500 cap tournies that have appeared on pokerstars and think they are great little bankroll builders and great practice for longer format tournies.

All this in mind though the most success I have had is in the heads up S'N'G format, the 4 man ones especially. A really good TAG style with a couple of easy lay downs and I am taking the low stakes by storm... in a round about kind of way

Hopfully keep up the good play and good run and build on further, just under tripled my starting bankroll 

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