This is a discussion on Is adding money to my account on a weekly basis to multi-table healthy in building BR within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Just wanna get some thoughts on the issue. I want to multi-table low stakes and was wondering if adding money to my bank roll on
Is adding money to my account on a weekly basis to multi-table healthy in building BR
Just wanna get some thoughts on the issue. I want to multi-table low stakes and was wondering if adding money to my bank roll on a weekly basis healthy for me in building it faster as to earning from winning as well or is it more a handicap as in cheating myself in time needed to gain better experience. I dont really want to do the micros when I can come in with a bigger account to play with
1st December 2015, 6:14 AM
Poker at: ACR
As long as you are not lying to yourself and are actually winning. Even then, idk about weekly
1st December 2015, 6:18 AM
Why would you deposit if you are winning, better still why not make deposits and don't play, that is a guaranteed way to build your BR.
1st December 2015, 6:46 AM
Poker at: Carbon
Game: NLH SH
If you've proven yourself at higher stakes, probably not. But I'm in the same boat. I want to move up, but I'm forcing myself to work my way up through the stakes. I feel the experience is much more valuable than being able to immediately be a the higher stake.
25th January 2016, 3:38 PM
Game: PLO and NLHE
re: Poker & Is adding money to my account on a weekly basis to multi-table healthy in building BR
If you are a good, esablished player, it is perfectly fine. Actually, if you're a good player, it would be stupid not move up and avoid the micro-donks alltogether.
25th January 2016, 5:36 PM
Poker at: Full Flush
Hi scorcher2003 and welcome to Cardschat. Sorry if I missed your introduction tread. I'm like Zorba, if you are winning, why deposit every week. How long have you been playing poker online, or live? Have you set you a goal to reach when you go up a level? At every level you should have a goal to get to the next. How much of a BR you should have to play that level should be one of the first things to consider. Ask anyone here, and they will tell you that BRM is key to keeping a BR. GL to you