This is a discussion on Stairway to High Stakes within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; I was online researching how to build an online bankroll and came across this little gem from JimmyRare, an illustration on how to grow a
Has anyone use this or an even better system to move up and cash out regularly?
2nd February 2015, 6:08 PM
Poker at: Pokerstars
In my opinion cashing out at 2/5nl is almost pointless you'd be better off getting to 10nl+ quicker where you'll be making more money.
2nd February 2015, 9:10 PM
Online Poker at: Carbon
I actually like this. It kinda out bankroll management into prospective for the newbies. Although, I think every player that really gives it an honest shot at making money playing, will have their own little ways to build and manage. I myself do things quite different than the said method, however I do believe this would be great for new players to take a look at and help them understand the principal of bankroll and making cash while playing. Thanks for the post!
2nd February 2015, 9:25 PM
I find online high stakes cash games full of people do not care about their bankrolls but yet play from loose to tight when they have nothing and end up hitting one outers. If possible I encourage you to take your skills to a Poker Room and play live. I have won bigger, consistant pots at the felt then online and in real life the cards you have usually matter more then the ones online because the betting is still more agressive on the internet.
Be wise when gambling, use your BR management skills and do not bet your rent.
3rd February 2015, 1:39 AM
Online Poker at: FullFlush
re: Poker & Stairway to High Stakes
I also like that once you hit the ceiling on your profitable play, you'll keep cashing out once as you try to move back up again. It may not be optimum for generating cashouts over long periods because you'll keep trying to move up rather than sticking to what is the most profitable level for you. A system more like the tournament bankroll strategy from "Jenifear" will keep you cashing out more frequently and more profitably over the long term, I suspect.
3rd February 2015, 12:10 PM
This strategy very even not bad, it is just necessary to remove money with NL25 above. It is simple to remove to there is no sense, I so consider. Good post)