game selection is absoloutely key.
You especially want to play standard blinds because players will be making alot of mistakes so you have more time to play and make chips,
I made $150 this week at 888
starting from Zero. Say for example you have $7 you can afford to take 2 shots which is what I did if I lost I still have $5.00 as a BR.
so I took a shot in a $1.00 40 player mtt and played a $1 Stt , I won both fortunately which allowed me to move up.
This is what you then do -
You play 2 tables, 1 table is your bankroll feeder (small sit n go)
The other table is your shot taker (mtt)
you should be good enough at the lowest levels to keep cashing in a weak sit n go if your solid, this keeps our bankroll at say $10.00
on table 2 we keep taking shots for maybe $1 in mtts until we win the mtt which shouldn't be too hard to do we then have a bankroll of around 20.00.
We do this one more time and then move up and shot take at a $3 40 man mtt.
We can also play 1 cash table as a feeder table instead of a sit n go (if you dont like stt)
Avoid playing more than two tables until the bankroll grows to over $100 then you can potentially start playing cash games or whatever you like to do.
I've tried cash grinding but shot taking is by far the quickest way to assemble a bankroll to 3 figures