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Time for help - Mon Nov 18, 2013, 07:14 PM
m.bisland's Avatar
Since: Apr 2010
Posts: 1,260

I am a loosing player overall about -$550. Problem is i cant stop playing 0.25 45mans. Should i grow some balls and move up stake ?

If you was me what would you do ? My bankroll is currently at around $25

I only seem to run good when its someone else s stake ask marvinsytan i probabley bought his house

I lost a lot playing zoom a while back probabley over $150+ so i gave that up. I would build a small roll then loose at zoom again Currentley banned my self for a good few weeks now

Someone set me a challenge and guide me the right way please.
Tue Dec 03, 2013, 10:14 AM
holdemace486's Avatar
Since: Nov 2011
Posts: 1,760
Hi M,This one as been a while with no answers, do you still need help M, perhaps we can help each other?

I too found a comfort zone in the 25c 45 mans.

However, look at the formats now, 180 mans for $1 etc.

the 50c turbos are ok.

$25 you can easily split that up into sections. 10 bucks for 25c games total 40 games.

10x 50c turbos , 20 games $5

10 x $1 shots

Yes M, grow a pair if you lose at the higher levels drop back down again.

I know my advice is probably not the best advice, but i can hold my own when i want to .

Gl mate, If you want to start a convo, we can ere or on facebook etc.

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