First of all, the transition from $20 to $110, as BluffmeAllin previously stated, is s big one. We don't know the frequency at which you play at, so we can't judge how good or bad (regardless not bad at all considering you gained 5.5x your OD), or at least me better know your circumstance. Either way, hypothetically if you continued your run, one may deduce that you will you will make $605 in 2 more month and 2 months later, and $3327.50 in the next two months... and before you know it you'd be at $553,612.81 in a year!!! Wow! What a slow transition...
But in all seriousness as the previous statement was completely hypothetical and didn't take in consideration the change in variances, ranges and all that other fancy smancy stuff that comes into consideration when jumping cash levels (more subtly than we think), and of course yield. If you want the process to become quicker, you could probably try $0.55-$1.10 if you're trying to build a decent bankroll. However if you're more serious, you may want to stick to $0.50 tables until you reach $300 or so before trying out the $1.10's out.
Originally Posted by tyyymyshoe
I think that's actually really good.
now me on the otherhand, I really need to tune up my game and stuff and with freerolls have been unsucessful at building my bankroll only winning a freeroll at a time then losing the next few tournaments, then maybe win another freeroll etc.
I might just try a deposit because it sucked when my br got wiped out
You should probably be cashing more on these freerolls due to the radical donks. Just tighten up your game... A lot! in the early stages of these tournaments. Use your position on the table to benefit you more (eg. raise/call on the cutoff with a slightly more opened range); and of course loosen up slightly and try to steal more blinds as the tourney proceeds. You should be cashing at least half of your freerolls. Goodluck.