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Climb up the limits - Mon Sep 09, 2013, 11:54 AM
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Hello, I want to know for exemple if I have 50$ in my account and play 0.1/0.2 limits and lets say I win a tournament 1st place for 1000$,can I play at 0.25/0.50 or I have to play every limits to get to 0.25/0.50 ?
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Mon Sep 09, 2013, 12:17 PM
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Hello oana1717,

Welcome to PokerSchoolOnline. Here's a short video about PSO and what it has to offer you. Also check out >>This Page<< for more info.



Bankroll management is one of the most important aspects of poker. It's very important that you don't play too high for your bankroll, especially if you can't afford to reload or are keen to not go bust. We have some course material on the subject that you can find here.

So if you are comfortable playing 1c/2c (2NL) with 25 buy-ins ($50) and you won a lot of money should you move up? Well that is up to you and depends on if you are comfortable doing so. You could if you wanted move straight up to 50NL if you are comfortable playing that but keep in mind there will be a big jump in skill level of your opponents. If you don't think you are quite at that skill level yet then take your time and work on your game some more until moving up the levels make sense. Just because you can afford to doesn't mean you should move up, make sure you have a good shot of winning at that level and if you do take a shot it's ok to move back down if you find yourself losing.

We're here to help you so please feel free to ask any questions you may have and thank you for being a member of PokerSchoolOnline.

Cheers,

Chris



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Tue Sep 10, 2013, 04:58 PM
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