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From $2 to $100

Trying to get from $20 to $100 after reaching $20.
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/Jan/2014

An update

By: tjvomauricio @ 08:17 (EST) / 294 / Comment ( 4 )

So, I've currently been playing a few session between one hour to two hours of play.

Right now I sit at around $15, could've been higher but I made quite a few mistakes in my last sessions.

My higher point was around $17 and as I figured it out is best to stick to plans presented in the pokerschoolonline website rather than trying to play alot outside the borders of it.

Although from time to time I play a little bit more loose when I get to know the players on my table and if my stack got a little bit bigger, usually twice of what I started with.

I'm now playing 6 tables at 2NL but I enter with $1 since my bankroll doesn't allow me to play comfortably otherwise. I'm thinking of following this strategy until I got to about $25 which will allow me to put $2 in 6 tables and still have $13 left in case I get bad beats.

So, this is the plan, I'll be posting some hands on the forum or here to be analyzed.

That's all for now.

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