re: Poker & Building bankroll on cash table
Anyway, back to the experiment:
Bankroll: $54.82($25 taken to table)
Table: NL Holden 6-seater
Hands played: 51
Key hands: (1) Q8s dealt to me in SB, one caller, I call, BB checks. Flop is 9d7s6s. I bet $1, one caller. Turn is 5s. Board is 5s6s7s9d. I hold Q-high flush, with straight flush draw. Flop is 8d. Board is straight. I bet $2, he calls. My flush wins. He was hoping for split pot!
(2) 66 dealt to me in BB. 2 callers, I raise to $1.50, both call. Flop is J64 rainbow. I bet $2(roughly half the pot), both fold.
Bankroll at end: $35.05(plus $10.05)
Total bankroll: $64.87(plus $49.80)
I've made the 75 hands requirement, but I've enjoyed this so much, I'm gonna continue. Like I said before, I'm not a cash player by any means, and when I do play, its super-micro limits. So any tips for .25/.50 tables(6-seater) would be appreciated. Guess I've built it up a bit, I will have new conditions for myself: 1, Only ever bring $25 to the table. If I go broke, have a break, coffee, and a cigarette, then buy back in. 2, If I make or lose $10 (go up to $35, or down to $15) I walk away, whether it's the first hand or the hundredth hand. 3, Never call an all-in or go all-in unless I have the nuts(or am drunk).
Wish me luck, this is my third and final session tonight coming up, as its nearly 5am my time!