Been "gambling" 5 years, time to start playing!
To make s long story short, I have been playing poker for 5 years now on just about everything from NL2-NL600 to $1SNG-$200SNG, Omaha PL,TXS NL, TXS PL, Omaha Hi/Lo, Razz....you name it.
Thing is just that I need to structure my game and learn about BRM.
Sure I´ve read books and articles about it, but i would rather hear the opinions of people that actually practice the game at "normal" levels.
I know this game, and I also know that I can become a winning player.
The last couple of months I have been so "hooked" on Omaha and I really want go back to my "roots" with Texas
NL, as I have spent all my previous winnings calling of gutshots at the Omaha tables I´m also in need of a new bankroll.
Now enough with history what I would like to get help with is:
As I am a man of limited funds I´m going to make an deposit of $100 and go back to playing just Texas, now I already know that this is not enough to play at the levels I wish to play at, but honestly how many BB´s do you need at lower levels NL25-NL50 to make sure that you can survive a couple of pokerstars
And when is it time to leave, after 2-300 BB´s or just stay as long as it feels good?
And when/if I get up to let´s say a BR of $1000 do you guys think this is enough to move up to NL100?
And finally let´s say that I come to a level that I´m comfortable with how much can I withdraw from my bankroll? How many buy-ins do I need to leave in my BR to survive the unavoidable swings?
I apologize if this post is a little to long it´s just that I really want to find a winning formula and start to make some money in the long run.
One more thing...is it just me or is the average low-limit-player at pokerstars or fulltilt better than the players at microgaming or entraction?