How much to invest ?

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Hello, I would like to know how much you invest to start poker in tournaments or cash and studying to start poker:rolleyes:
 
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We recommend starting with a value that allows you to play between 150 and 200 tournaments.

example:
$ 1 tournament buy
invest $ 150-200
 
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pokerdebit

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100 dollars is good
But play low buyins tournament to see your strengths and weakness
 
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Hello, I would like to know how much you invest to start poker in tournaments or cash and studying to start poker:rolleyes:


$0 should be more than enough. There's plenty of free study material available, plus freerolls and play money tables and tournaments to practice for free.
 
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I would suggest to you what worked for me.
That is deposit from 100$/E and playing low- micro tours.
I don't know for cash since I have not played in big money.
I'm seeking on long term profit little by little.
100tour X 1E buy in - 100E - pretty good to have 100 chances for winning something and learn
 
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Samy lіpshy opite to come if you are graffiti freroly, I’ve stepped in and gave myself away at them, but I don’t have anything to do with it, but you can win the game:five:
 
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Sincerely? Put the money you feel comfortable to lose. If you after a time get some profit and need to play bigger buy-ins, follow the bankroll rules for the kind of game you feel better playing, and make a new deposit as a investment.
 
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With so many available free-rolls, I think that the only investment that you should be making, at this stage, is an investment of time. As with cash investments, only invest as much time as you can afford to lose. If you're going to make a cash deposit, make sure that the website that you plan on allows you to withdraw cash as easily as they accept deposits.
 
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Never play for money, the loss of which will greatly upset you. If you are a beginner player and you have a lot of time and patience, then you can play freerolls to build a starting bankroll. This will teach you how to take your bankroll seriously.
 
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It depends on how seriously you take poker. If this is just a hobby for you and you just want to have fun, then don’t invest anything.
 
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Invest what you can afford and start playing small stakes MTTS and SnGs.
$100 is fine. Like others have said there's plenty of free study material out there
 
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You do not need to invest anything. Play in freerolls, increase your bankroll, improve your skills and gain experience. All you need is time.
 
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Bankroll management is the most important thing to keep in mind. I once heard "If it can go wrong, it will" so invest a money that you don't mind losing, invest wisely and part of the problem is gone, just then you are free to explore your best potential
Cheers
 
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Hey.
You need very little money to learn and play micro-bets in tournament poker. In my opinion, $ 50 is enough for you.
To play cash games, you need about $ 200.
All this I say on my personal experience and the experience of familiar players.
 
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I think not more than $ 100, if one stays at the proper levels it should be more than necessary to start playing.
 
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I recommend investing $ 100 where you can get a little more comfortable and play more safely.
 
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For absolute starters, I recommend 55$ deposit and play 1.10 buy-in tournaments. No cash games!

If you are struggling in this level, downgrade the buy-in level to cents!
 
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Depends how you study and have skills for this. But after this with 10 dollars is totally possible starts with this.
 
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Bankroll management dictates that you should have at least 50 (preferably up to 100) buyins for the level where you play. Even if you play lowest SNGs and MTTs with around 0.50$ buyin 25$ is the minimum that you will need.
 
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Hello, I would like to know how much you invest to start poker in tournaments or cash and studying to start poker:rolleyes:

So much that you will never think about the loss after that, if you loose your money in tournaments. If you want to study the game or to experiment something, I highly recommend to you to play freerolls - it is the best way to check your play or to study something.:)
 
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$0 . start with freerolls and build it to 50 or 100 bucks .. then sng or cash whichever suits you . best of luck
 
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I agree with those that suggested playing freerolls as a beginner.

I'm neither a beginner or expert. Just recently started playing again and I am trying to build my bankroll from freerolls. It's definitely a challenge, but, I have patience.
 
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