- Sep 6, 2007
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In real life live poker I just play for fun and play microstakes. Online I play bigger stakes and my main motivation is money, but I have bad bankroll management skills and sometimes go on tilt if I'm running bad. And both of these problems are costing me a lot of money. For example I once got 2nd in a rebuy tournament last fall and got a ton of money, took a two day break, then started playing again and was running extremely bad for days in a row. I got cocky and decided to move way up in limits and started playing $100 sngs, looking back I should have just moved up to $50 sngs. Then I went on major tilt and lost like $3000 over the course of a few weeks my game was just completely off and I was always convincing myself the other guy was bluffing and made bad calls. Any1 have any advice?