Originally Posted by luckytokenz
I'm definately better at MTT 180+, this is where I have won the most $$, but my question refers to wheather or not I should be playing low cash games with a limited bankroll. I guess if you do well in a certain area, there would be no reason to change it obviously, but like I said, I wasn't sure if tournaments are considered proper strategy for BRM. I don't know why you guys keep saying I don't know what game i'm good at. MULTI-TABLE TOURNAMENTS IS WHAT I AM BEST AT. I have said it twice already. I guess if you consider cash games, then you can double your money if you win and leave, with tournaments you have to beat every 1 or close to every 1 to get a good cash. Even though I do ok in these type of tournaments, I was posting this thread to see if cash games would be a better way to build a bankroll. As far as my skill in cash games, i'm ok, but I have a little less experience playing in CG's versus MTT. And BTW, sorry guys for posting this type of repeated thread.
Seriously, we cannot tell you what to do. While you think you are doing well at MTTs, after 2 years you only have $100. Unless that's a new deposit after you lost your last roll. That happens. Especially if you don't use BRM. (Been there.)
To answer your question: Yes, if you want to stay within BRM limits, you have to stick to low buy in tourneys and micro cash games.
The reason many people play cash games is because they have the patience to grind out those small winnings and the stability not to tilt off their roll.
The reason others play MTTs is because they limit their basic risk to the buy-in and hope to make a final table and a great ROI. If you are not ITM about 15% of the time on MTTs, and often make deep runs, you might want to try 9 person SNGs instead, where 30% of the players cash rather than 10%. SNGs are also a bit of a grind, with no huge wins, but can be a consistent moneymaker for many.
If you are playing on FT, and have built up a stack of FTPs, Academy points and maybe ironman points, go buy some Step 1 tickets. Step 1 sngs are often soft, if slow going, and half the people make at least their buy-in back. Great odds
. Or load up on Daily Dollar tickets if you want to play MTTs.
Unless you get very lucky at a Daily Dollar, it will take a long long time to grind out a good bankroll with a $100 start. Patience, grasshopper. There is no easy way.