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/Dec/2013

Six max bankroll building

By: ruffcut68 @ 14:13 (EST) / 273 / Comment ( 0 )

Fo0llowing in xflixx steps.

 

 

 

80 dollars deposit and see how high it can go.

Wiill be starting at 2nl 6 max with 40 stack

dropped 4 stacks kk ran into aa twice

and kk ran into a rag twice

take a break before tilting

played 6 max zoom  on stack back

buitl up 4 stacks for next level took a shot

Dropped back down to lower 2nl time to build it back up again

Built it up taking shot again

Playing about break even so far at this level making very small profit, abc poker

Making better decisionss and reads of opponents now time to work a little bit more on RANGING

 

 

 

 

 

 

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