Let's talk bankroll and risk/reward
Recently I have been looking at everyone's sharkscope
graphs including my own and a strange little idea popped into my head.
We all go through up swings and downswings, and personally I am willing to risk about 1/20-1/15 and in some cases 1/10 my bankroll. The question at hand is when you are on the upswing have you found or tried the ladder system??
I was talking about this with my roommate last night, in a typical 6 handed regular nl hold'em sng the payout is just under 4 times the buy in. For example if I play a 10$ 6 handed sng and win which is what we all are gunning for I will receive 39$(I don't know if $ signs go before the numerical amount or after it sorry if I am confusing you guys).
On the ladder system you would move up on the buy in based on the amount you won. for example I won roughly 40$ so I would play a single 20$ sng and if I won that move on to a 30$ sng. I was just thinking about this last night, I went on a tear more than doubling my bankroll and I was thinking about doing it. I went as far as to watch a few higher buy in tables to see how they played, and I was shocked to see it is almost the same as in lower buy in games. Unfortunately, I thought it might not be a smart idea but I wanted to see other opinions and ideas regarding how you play and what you are willing to risk.
I'm trying to find a system that would milk the upswing for all its worth.