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New To The Game - Mon Dec 16, 2013, 03:11 PM
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Since: Nov 2013
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Hi everybody
I'm Safwan from Syria
I've joined PokerStarts last week and started from the zero and took part in the Bankroll Builder promo
now I've got 60$ and I need some advices about the bankroll
What tables should I play at ??
I'm good at NL Hold'em microstackes cash and usually be in the money in Stn and MTTs
so what tourneys should I join ??
and what is the best about about FPPs ?? Should I collect FPPs or play tourneys with them
thank you a lot
and exuse me for my bad English , again
 
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Mon Dec 16, 2013, 04:36 PM
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Check this topic out for Bankroll Management tips:

http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/art...oll-Management

Great job on getting to $60 from zero - some of the most well known players have started out playing like this!

I'd start playing $0.01/$0.02 cash games first - make sure you can beat this level consistently before you move up.

If you move up too quick, you will get frustrated if you start to lose too quickly.

Try a few different games and see what suits you. You might like hold 'em, you might prefer Omaha. You might prefer tournaments, single table SNGs, cash games, Heads Up. You have to try some things out and see what you like!
 
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Mon Dec 16, 2013, 04:53 PM
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Thank you a alot
Actually when I play cash I play 0.01/0.002
maybe I will move up higher next year
 

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