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Trying to get from $20 to $100 after reaching $20.
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/Dec/2013

$2 to $20 is it possible?

By: tjvomauricio @ 18:26 (EST) / 223 / Comment ( 1 )

So, this is the question I'm trying to answer.

 

I'm a totally new player that want to try and check if this is possible. I started by following the courses offered by PSO and I got my 1st $2, after which I played few hands, and right before I got my 2nd $2 this happened:

So, now I'm at exactly $2.18 and my objective is to get to $20 in a couple of months.

I'm playing cash games only and my strategy right now, passes by first Identify possible sharks and also Identify new players or recreational players.

After I did that, I was able to gain a few cents, from which I lost also a few, mostly cause of big blinds passing by and no decent hand to play.

I'll keep you guys posted.

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