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/Oct/2011

Fifty50 Bankroll Management

By: ruffcut68 @ 14:24 (EDT) / 262 / Comment ( 0 )

Started playing the Fifty50 STT 
Bankroll management  currently in use.
1. Must have 20 Buy ins for the level
2. If drop to 15 buy ins of current level then drop down one level
3. One shot at next level when have 20 buy ins for current level and 1  buy in for the next level ( this will be a  one tournent sho to double the entry fee or bettert.)  If not success then continue at the current level. 
changing channels .. now have 10 dollars so what can be done ?
Gonna try the .25 and .50 sngs to see how it goes if not success will go down to the 2c tourney .. got to start somwhere

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