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6 hours - 4 baby sngs and 100% itm - Thu Sep 11, 2014, 10:44 PM
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Not a great multiple table player but staggered the start of 3 tournaments. Had a short break and kicked off the 4th with a little 1c/2c 6max on the side. Actually felt for a moment I was a grinder.

1) 25c/90 - 3rd $2.98
2) $1/180 - 24th $1.06 (sick - could do better)
3) 25c/90 - 1st $5.78
4) 25c/45 - 3rd $1.70 (10min levels - the 90 & 180 games are 15min)

The 6max cash profit on the side paid for all buy-ins. So with patience we can just beat variance at the baby stakes.

Last edited by ForrestFive; Thu Sep 11, 2014 at 11:00 PM.. Reason: 10min - 15min levels
 
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Mon Sep 22, 2014, 12:47 PM
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Very good session!

The Cowboy challenge would be a good one. I'm actually thinking of doing something similar.
 
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Mon Sep 22, 2014, 09:13 PM
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Roarrr!!!
 
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Mon Sep 22, 2014, 11:11 PM
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Thanks for bumping this thread. The cowboy challenge is a grind probably more than 3 tables at a time.

The $1/180 on my staggered clock 4 hours and more to FT. Sick to bust min cash <27. But the other 2 tables were finals 3 hours+ to cash good in both.

Sam,


Our clock break wasn't "short" as we have lots of 5min breaks. After game 3 it was a long 1/2 hour break and go again with another 25c/45 and a little 1c/2c 6-max cash on the side.
 
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Tue Sep 23, 2014, 02:20 AM
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Gave up using a free hud "fpdb" for results and stuff. Now web sites track me and wow in 100 games and a graph. I actullay, don't know if we cashed top three in a $1/45 on heater - graph goes up then down. Maybe a $1.50/90 ko with a few bounties. Then we crash and burn.

Didn't understand how irrelevant a "heater" is until you see only 100 games or was that 90 days - what over 3 months. Got to sort out how to play more than 4 tables in a session.

Now lets see if this works?


PS. It worked, got the image. I won't use a HUD until I can win in the micros.

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Tue Sep 23, 2014, 04:43 AM
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that's a nice looking graph FF!

I am thinking about a Cowboy Challenge too.....that's a few of us now! Maybe we should get it on! The problem with my one was I would like to do $1 360-man.....

The further thinking involves, 1. Length of time of games and how slowly they fill up,making multi table limited and 2. Variance will probably will get the better of me, and I may (read-Highly likely) not get a cash before I go busto
 
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Tue Sep 23, 2014, 07:57 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by WeaselBasher View Post
that's a nice looking graph FF!

I am thinking about a Cowboy Challenge too.....that's a few of us now! Maybe we should get it on! The problem with my one was I would like to do $1 360-man.....

The further thinking involves, 1. Length of time of games and how slowly they fill up,making multi table limited and 2. Variance will probably will get the better of me, and I may (read-Highly likely) not get a cash before I go busto
Way to go Forrest.

Hey WeaselBasher, Forrest,

I was thinking of doing the same but to try and bankroll up with the less variance possible and also learn.

More inclined to do 9-man, 18-man, 45-man and perhaps some Fifty50.

It would be a great thing to do it as a group!
 

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