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Over $100 but under $200. I dont think that's too bad. I've been playing on that for about 10 years now. I do play a
Over $100 but under $200. I dont think that's too bad. I've been playing on that for about 10 years now. I do play a lot of free rolls and am down to .58c right now..
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I have deposited $50 on ACR when I first started to play Poker with real money online and it turned into $0 after few months. Then I deposited $50 into Ignition Casino and reached $300 in few weeks but due to poor bankroll management I went back to $50.
Now I have been playing poker both online and live for 1 year. I deposited $40 in GGPoker 2 months ago and now I am at $200 playing 5NL.
You just need proper bankroll management but remember no bankroll management skills would save a losing player.
So far I have deposited $25, with the deposit bonus of GG Poker (worth 40 USD in playing tickets) I managed to make 33 USD out of them.
Been playing the daily $0.25 free spin of GG Poker as well, have made around $30 out of those in a couple of months.
Now starting to play cash games at micro stakes, and grinding my bankroll up to around ~$100.
I hope I can keep improving and grind up to higher stakes.
Never deposited a single red cent on any site, I find that the free-rolls can and do create a small bank-roll, and from there you can build up if you are sensible with your buy-ins.
I once built a small bankroll on another site of £156.00 but they stopped playing poker and transferred my money to their sports betting site which I stay well away from as I do not like to Gamble on any game that is easy to rig, and I believe where there is a lot of money to be made there will be Boxers and Football players willing to throw games etc, So I withdrew all the money and left.
For me Poker is a pastime I enjoy because I am betting on Myself and my ability to play well, and not relying on any third party.