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/Dec/2010

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By: driven31558 @ 20:35 (EST) / 205 / Comment ( 0 )
Just read through all my blogs.  Man, I've got to proof read better.  Listed some things twice, spelling, and other errors.  Oh well.  Anyway....

Thinking about my live bankroll.  Can't use the 10% rule like online (there's no $1 cash games or tourneys).  I'm thinking maybe 25% ish.  My bankroll is pretty low still, but it's ok.  I will keep sitting down at the 1-2 limit table for a while.  $40 seems like a good amount to sit down with.  Once I get to $200 or so I'll try to step up to the 3-6 game.  I'm also pondering giving the 2-3 7 card stud game a try.  I want to be really comfortable with beating the 1-2 limit hold em before I get too adventurous.  That way if I have to fall back to the lower limits I can have confidence that I can build up my bankroll again.  Until next time, gl
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