Originally Posted by Arjonius
At any given time, play whatever you think you'll enjoy most. At entry-level stakes and with a recreational BR, your focus should be improving your game. In terms of your poker "career", this is waaaaaay more important than a small difference in your profitability right now.
The case can also be made, although not proven, that you're likely to win the most by playing what you enjoy most.
As for increasing how many games you play, I'd plan to do that as I get more comfortable and establish that I'm +EV, not because of how long I've been playing.
Thanks for the reply bro!
So I used to play cash games until the start of this year, was playing 5NL 16 tables and I could beat it (sample of 50k+ hands played). Then I started playing SnG $ 4,50 180p, I played 86 tourneys and made a profit of $ 250,00, then I went back to cash games but now at NL10, I started losing a lot, tilted, raised the stakes and comitted the mistake most beginners do... I tilted and went broke.
So, now that I understand the real importance of bankroll management and to respect my stakes, I'm willing to play a huge volume in the 45p and some in the 180p (30% in the maximum), my goal is to make 10k games by the end of 2014 and have at least $ 1.000,00 bankroll so I can move up stakes, of course slowly so I can get used to the new moneyswings.