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Running crazy good - Sun Mar 06, 2011, 03:31 PM
kevcakes's Avatar
Since: May 2010
Posts: 106
Have not posted latley but thought I listen up to other members ideas on what i should do

On my account in another card room(rhymes with tull filt) I have been running really hot the last month my screen name is kevups and in the last month I had some really good finishes

Last night I got third in a multi entry turbo knockout with 3500 players for $838 dollar score plus a dozen or so 50cent knockouts

Wednessday I play a $2 dollar rebuy rush tourney and out of 3500 competitors I got 6th place for a payout of $816

Also won $50 ona three dollar 10 game game and $542 on another multi entry tourney when a got 4th out of 3000 in a $3 tourney

With me running hot like this should I play more games till I run cold play more expensive buy ins to increase my hot streak or just continue playing lame 2-5 dollar tourneys and rake in the mulah

PS after all of my big wins I generally cash out and I usually keep no more then $300 in my account, Since mid Febuary I have cashed out $420,$700,and $750 should I keep more money in my account so I can play higher stake buyins.

Thanks for listning sorry it was on another site hope I dont get deleted

Sun Mar 06, 2011, 03:42 PM
antlovesang1's Avatar
Since: May 2010
Posts: 931
1st congrats on some great cashes there for sure i would leave some money in your account to play similar or slight;y bigger stakes and aim for similar cashes or a 1st finishes.

but if you are just playing for a hobby and feel you would benefit more from cashing out and paying bills etc then i would withdraw IMO
Sun Mar 06, 2011, 05:16 PM
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Since: Jan 2011
Posts: 142
If you can stay competitive at a higher level that would be the way to go since it would be a better investment of your time versus renumeration.

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