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jdsaz's Pot Limit Omaha Challenge - Mon Jul 21, 2014, 05:10 AM
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I recently saw a challenge posted here by Roy Bhasin (godlikeroy) which influenced me to do one of my own...the main reason i am posting here is so that i stick to that challenge....My main game used to be MTT's but with scarcity of time nw i cant grind them much.

We r also gonna start with 1k and follow 40BI rule.

GL us
 
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Mon Jul 21, 2014, 08:02 AM
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Another PLO challenge nice! Do you have goals set for your challenge? If not I definitely recommend setting some - whether it be reach certain stakes by a certain date, or to play x hands a week, or spend y hours a week studying/working on your game. That way you have another yardstick other than your bankroll with which to measure your progress - it can be really helpful especially if you're running bad and things aren't going your way to know that you're still "making progress" toward your goals via hands played or hours studied.

Good luck!
 
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Mon Jul 21, 2014, 08:58 AM
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Well my goals r not huge.Main goal is essentially to get to learn PLO from scratch .I used to play PLO decent amount before but cause of my MTT phase pretty much went out of the loop.After my first session this is pretty much apparent the games at the smaller stakes r pretty much a nit fest from the times i used to see people 4 bet shoving QQxx rags :P .

I have taken subscription for a training site as well so i hope to put that to use as well.
Since i don't get loads of time at a stretch so i think my weekly goal would be 18 hrs.I stared with 6 tabling so at that rate i guess it would be around around 8k hands a week.I still play MTT's on Sunday so def cant play then.

Talking abt studying/ working on my game i think 6 hrs/week is essential.Videos mostly i can see while going and returning from work in the public transport so that would be a good utilization of that time.
 
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Mon Jul 21, 2014, 09:04 AM
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I am def sure i can follow this pattern for a month till 15th August but doubt i will able to continue after that.
So goal till then is to convert 1k into 5k.Am gonna be super busy for one month then so probably gonna put this on hold then.But then i can return back around september end and the last 3 months of the year go for SUPERNOVA along with the PLO challenge if the BANKROLL allows.

so hopefully by the Indian Independence day I have 4k profit .
#brownmagic #plo #challenge
 
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Wed Jul 23, 2014, 07:55 PM
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DAY 1

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Wed Jul 30, 2014, 02:51 PM
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week 1 ended at the mercy of variance...ran super bad obviously played bad as well..


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Wed Aug 06, 2014, 09:09 AM
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work commitments taking a lot of time...will surely resume this challenge but mostly around october now
 
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Wed Aug 06, 2014, 10:22 AM
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work commitments taking a lot of time...will surely resume this challenge but mostly around october now
Completely understand, we got to pay the bills

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