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quit or continue? - Thu Jan 19, 2012, 03:56 AM
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18 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1.10 4171 326 $2.04
18 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 3 $1.70
18 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1.10 6055 167 $3.57
13 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 7 $0.36
05 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 7 $0.36
05 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 2 $2.22
05 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 2 $2.22
04 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 4 $1.29
04 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 4 $1.29
04 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.20 3971 168 $9.53
 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 04:16 AM
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continue



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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 05:27 AM
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yes, cannon should quit........hiccup
 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 08:20 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by holdemace486 View Post
18 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em * HENL $1.10 4171 326 $2.04
18 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 3 $1.70
18 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $1.10 6055 167 $3.57
13 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 7 $0.36
05 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 7 $0.36
05 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 2 $2.22
05 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 2 $2.22
04 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 4 $1.29
04 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $0.25 45 4 $1.29
04 Jan 12 No Limit Hold'em HENL $2.20 3971 168 $9.53
How is anyone to answer this?
Does this mean you've cashed every tourney you've played in?
What the running BankRoll?

 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by joker41673 View Post
How is anyone to answer this?
Does this mean you've cashed every tourney you've played in?
What the running BankRoll?

hi m8t no have not cashed in every tourney but these are the ones i have cashed in when playing my a-game.Was no point putting the ones i lost up as i chucked loads away in a variance challenge i did for myself on ere in fact i pulished the results.
What im asking i should of emphasised on abit more is looking at the results here, i have posted,the mtts especially ,have i got something or not basically should i quit or continue?


only the last few days really i have started to find my game ,and yestarday gave it my best shot,played about 5 45ppl sngs finishing at least 16th posisition,3 mtts lost on one with the aces busted out, cashed in on the other 2.But my posistion of finish isnt great,or is it ?i dont know thats why im asking because havent no more skill than that and off cause does depend on your run off cards but hope this is enough to see what you guys think,continue or quit?
 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 09:19 AM
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Choose your game/s
Decide your BankRoll
Keep a tally of ALL games played

Then you can decide if you should continue.

 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 09:29 AM
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w/o knowing your losses between your wins nobody can intelligently answer you here.
 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by mtnestegg View Post
w/o knowing your losses between your wins nobody can intelligently answer you here.
yea i understand that m8t,
 
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Thu Jan 19, 2012, 10:47 AM
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poker is for long term

losing is part of the game

if you know why you are losing and then learning from it then by all means continue

but if you blame your loses to everybody else except you then gonna start thinking if this game is for me
 

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