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Ceril12 from 2NL to 100NL - Fri Apr 13, 2012, 07:08 AM
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Hey i have started a 2NL to 100NL challenge on the 10th April as i have been inspired by xflixx to improve my game from a normally breakeven player to a winning player.

Im playing 6-max (not zoom) and am using HEM2 to help me. I also try to watch at least 2 training video`s a week and am also reading Harrington on Cash Games.

Im 3 days in and here`s my graph so far


Bankroll start $80
Bankroll current $91.84
Thanks for reading and thanks to xflixx for his time in the training vid`s etc..

Gl on the felt and if anyone else is taking this challenge please post me the link to your page so i can keep track of your results as well, to keep myself motivated through the tilt spots

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Fri Apr 13, 2012, 11:16 AM
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Thanks for your positive feedback on my trainings and on the challenge! Always nice to see my stuff is well received and inspiring to some people. GL to you and a lot of fun blogging!


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Sun Apr 15, 2012, 09:01 AM
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Okay so im a week into my challenge and have decided a few things for the future;
  • i will post my results weekly, every Sunday
  • i will play a min of 11hrs a week
  • i will not move up a level until i have 40 buy-ins for that level
  • i am going to play 2 tables max, as i feel when i play anymore it affects my play


By mustardmilk at 2012-04-15

Profit = $11
Time = 11hrs 28min
Hands = 3845
Bankroll = $91
Happy enough with this weeks results although i lost 2 preflop all-ins (KK<JJ)(QQ<AA) on the same session, which tilted me a bit mid-week but im learning to deal with the variance now.
I also watched a training video about attacking the limpers (think it was Diary of a LAG) and read another chapter of my book.

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Sun Apr 15, 2012, 11:35 AM
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Nice graph here, how many tables do u play at once? Btw I'm on the challenge too. You can check out my post on the forum too. Let's make it to 100 NL soon!
 
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Sun Apr 15, 2012, 03:58 PM
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Thanks, i started playing between 4 and 6 tables but i feel it was too many to concentrate and access situations properly so im going to reduce it to 2 for this week and see how it goes.

Gl to you too, i`ll have a look at your thread now and hopefully we can grind up the levels together

See you at the top!

Ceril
 
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Wed Apr 18, 2012, 07:17 PM
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Still going well this week and was in xflixx live training tonight where i got some great advice!!
Also i think im going to send him some of my session hand historys every week to hopefully review in a video
 
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Sat Apr 21, 2012, 06:25 PM
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What a great week!! So firstly i finished 17th in a BIG $4.40 for $76 and then 7th in a $4.50 180man for $25. So with my new funds i decided to take a shot at 2/5c and here`s my progress.

Weekly Profit = $16.49
Total Profit = $27.49
Time = 9hrs 03min
Hands = 2323
Bankroll = $107.49

Going well and i have played a few Zoom sessions because i had not got as much time this week.
I also attended 2 live training classes, all in all im delighted at how its going but i`m not getting carried away as i know there will be some variance soon enough in my challenge.

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