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Moving Up Levels - Tue Jul 09, 2013, 05:57 PM
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For the first time ever I'm using Bankroll Management.

My Rules for NLHE Cash Games is 40 x 100BB Buy Ins to cope with Downswings as I have had a 15 Buy In downswing.

So my Question is when do you move up a level ?

1c/2c 40 x $2 = $80
2c/5c 40 x $5 = $200

To be conservative do I stay at 1c/2c until I reach $200 then move up and only move down if BR hits $80 ?

Is there a point between $80-$200 I take shots at 2c/5c ?

Looking for replies from Cash Grinders and advice
 
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Tue Jul 09, 2013, 06:22 PM
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Move up to 5NL when you have $200 (40BI) if that's your comfort level. I would drop down if you lose 5 BI at 5NL.

I set a schedule for moving up and down in my 6-max challenge thread, which you might want to look at.


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Thu Jul 11, 2013, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by ArtySmokesPS View Post
Move up to 5NL when you have $200 (40BI) if that's your comfort level. I would drop down if you lose 5 BI at 5NL.

I set a schedule for moving up and down in my 6-max challenge thread, which you might want to look at.

Ok thanks and interesting thread

I'm using conservative Buy In Rules but hopefully that will keep me in the game

Buy Ins
Cash Games 40
Sit n Go 60
MTT 100
 
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Fri Jul 26, 2013, 12:23 AM
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most of the time i get out of game before bubble. i play good up to that stage.wt should i do?ty.
 

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