Sammy, very nice indeed.
I had a feeling you were doing ok.
So we are looking at 3 poker sites
, home and B & M events, and some previous winnings already stashed away.
I am hoping you consider my opinion and take a few things into account.
I like chucks idea of pooling your BR with Neteller, but I also think you need a certain amount of ( already there ) dollars in your poker accounts, which you have.
Funds already withdrawn are best served nestling safely in a bank/savings account ( I don't think Neteller offer this kind of deal )
I would also stick my live game winnings along side it till its needed ( unless regular activity hurts any sort of interest gain ) or put that in an account also and add and take when needed.
I also see no reason whatsoever to start moving around your BR's from site to site, you have taken 12-18 Months to accumulate what you already have, and to start changing that at this point imo would not be a very good idea at all.
Saying that, if you did want to spread your net to allow for more opportunities, I would use my already withdrawn funds to do so.
Invest your winnings so to speak, and perhaps take advantage of good first deposit bonuses and re-load bonuses.
There is one thing I would say about re-load bonuses though, if you concentrate on that aspect alone, your natural game may suffer, and at the very least, your time online at a certain site would have to be considerable to achieve those re-loads.
Some are not that tough to achieve, Kenzie and Three6s may be able to help you there.
Having 3 accounts at 3 sites up to this point has been ideal, fairly easy management, and visiting each as often as your down time allows you, and it goes without saying this strategy has been a great success for you.
It is hard to advise you to do anything different when nothing is broken, but for what its worth, I would add maybe 2 or 3 more sites to your itinerary at this point using your already banked winnings, perhaps $100-$200 in each new account, or your live winning if this is more appealing.
Maybe 1 site because you always wanted to try it out, the 2nd because the first deposit is worth it, and thirdly because a site offers great re-load bonuses, ( but of course you would need to understand the full potential of such a course of play ) and continue with what is a successful relationship with your 3 existing sites.
Bankroll management does come into it, but it doesn't have to be as complicated as it might be.
well done to you, and I am very pleased for you, good luck at the tables.
P.S. Would I be right in saying you have been successful over the last 6 Months with your Limit ring games, if so, consider Poker.com at $1/$2 limit level, lots of money making opportunities for decent Limit players there at present.