You will not go broke due to variance, but unless you already know, you are a winning player, its not really possible to have a bankroll. If your ROI is negative 20%, then 750$ will on average be gone after playing 1.700 2,2$ MTTs or 3.400 1,1$ MTTs. Just saying this because a lot of people, who ask these bankroll questions, dont actually know, if they are winning or losing players. That being said with so many bullets in the gun it is also possible to improve your winrate and turn from losing to winning player, before the money in gone.
Hi all ! I would like to play 2.20 + 1.10 on p* so if my bankroll its 750$ is that enough or its to small play 2 tournaments with that bankroll?
If you are just starting out, I would say playing $1.10 is a good place to start. Even if you never cash, you will be able to play 681 tournaments before you go broke.
If you are even a slightly winning player you will not need to worry about variance with a bankroll like this.
With $750, you could play as high as $5.50 tournaments, but I would not recommend this until you have proven you are a winning player at $1.1, $2.20, $3.30 and $4.40 first. There is a significant difference in average ability at each level and just because you can afford a game does not necessarily mean you should play the game.
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it's enough to play tournaments up to 5.50. But be sure to keep an eye on your bankroll every 10 tournaments. It is necessary to take into account all the pros and cons after victories and defeats, and sum up the corresponding results