Bank roll Management for "duffers"
I looked around the threads for Bank roll management tips and also saw a video from Scott Ferguson about it at the FT Academy (very interesting) and I still am not sure it applies to my, and many other's, situation.
I have consistantly about $0-$15 at FT (never depositied), $20-$30 at UB (my first deposit was $25 I think a couple years ago) and have been playing with $30 -$50 at Poker Stars
thanks to winning a couple LPS and freerolls
So, the question, do I need to practice bank roll management? I clearly can only play small stakes, but if I decide to put up my last $2.23 at Full Tilt in a small tourney, there is no management strategy that reccomends you spend your entire BR.
The BR I have at PS is the largest, and I wouldn't mind trying to buildi it in to something serious, but the strategies I've seen don't make much sense for small Bankrolls (more like piggy banks).
Don;t get me wrong, I take poker seriously and want to win, but I don't see myself depositing big bucks to be able to move up out of the donk fest tourneys and penny ante crap I play now.
So, to try to put this rambling succinctly, is there a bank roll management strategy for serious duffers?