Originally Posted by CrockPot
I've heard it said a few times that in order to get to the top levels of poker one must take risk with his bankroll. Is this true or false? IMO it is somewhat true, to succeed in general we all must take risk through out life. But how true is this in poker?
I think this is something only you can decide. I mean for you to sit back and think long and hard about the pro's and cons for example
1. What exactly do I wish to achieve ??
2. If I decide to take these risks and it goes wrong can I afford to restart??
3. Which higher limits should I attempt?? Without making yourself feel intimidated by the reg's who will spot you instantly and put you in tough spots as was mentioned above.
4. When or if I make these decisions, do I continue at these levels or do
I go back down and practice good brm.
I think the main two are 1 and 2,
what do you wish to achieve ?
And how damaging would losing you Br be to your finances?
I hope this has helped and gl