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Serious Overhaul - Fri May 02, 2014, 08:25 PM
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Ok so after positing the "should i stay or should i go" thread and after going through and responding to the replies namely john i realised i had no idea if i was actually in profit or not.

I mean i started with no money and now have over $60 bankroll but i have no idea if any of my cash game play has contributed or indeed taken away from that overall profit.

with this in mind i decided it was time to check it out. Now i don't have pt or hm so it was a good old fashioned hunt the audit.

I started my $0 bankroll challenge back in july last year but didn't start my cash play until september so after 2 days rooting through the numbers i have found out exactly how much (or little) profit i have made/lost.

And the grand total after 7 months of play and over 350 tables is a WHOPPING $2.38. Huge i know.

I've already amended my br strategy to start implementing but i gotta get serious with this. I'm going through the school but if anyone has any other tips or suggestions i'm all ears.
 
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A quick plug - Sat May 03, 2014, 07:17 AM
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Hi

I can recommend the Cash Clash Live Training later today. You don't have to play, you can watch PSO members fight it out and discuss the spots they get into.

Kev.
 
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Sat May 03, 2014, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by KGClarke View Post
Hi

I can recommend the Cash Clash Live Training later today. You don't have to play, you can watch PSO members fight it out and discuss the spots they get into.

Kev.
Thanks. I'm up just in time. Gonna check it out.
 

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