Usually you don’t go past 10% of your bankroll for collateral reasons! For some people it’s even less than that! You use the percentage of money that you are willing to loose is what I usually go by. For example if you have 2k and your rent is 1500 you don’t have 2k to play with you have 10%of 500 which is 50 dollars to play with and if you loose that 50 it’s not going to be a big deal to you.
It’s all about how you manage you money and the risk you are willing to take. But start off with 10% and go from there
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Daily bankroll has no limit . Play proper bankroll management based on available funds . It is good to keep daily time limits and loss limits for some . I think if on a down day you might want to stop based on that but I don't . I think play my time limits n matter what . I am different as I have disabilities so my play does not just involve the time online playing it also involves rest before and after to recover so I am very strict on time
Sorry if I offended you as I get older I find my outside voice kicks in before my brain
I play only 3 buy in tourneys a day, the micro tourneys. Try to win then I might move up in buy ins. I play only 10% of bank roll. I find CC freerolls even at times better then the micros tourneys. A lot of solid players
I keep most of my bankroll offline, except for a few buyins (5-7%?)... crypto is so easy to deposit/withdrawal, I'd rather not take a chance having too much of it on an offshore site at any one time... I'm also OCD so I like to play at most of the US-facing sites to keep things fresh
Generally, a min of 100 buy-in will put you on a comfortable situation, that's what I usually do, I saw some other players doing more like 400-500 buy-in which is more safer. Just adjust with you style, are you a guy who can take risks or not..
If I lose a hand to a bad beat I used to tilt, so now if I lose a buyin to a weird bad beat I will put myself in sit out and make some coffee while I calm down. When I get back on the table I’m clear headed again and ready to go.
but depending on what tournaments and games take place every day, if these are tournaments 1-2 dollars in which I play every day I spend no more than 10-20 dollars on them and try to win something in them to get my money back for buying tournaments and something else to win!
For me it is convenient to use 40 part bacroll daily. But in fact, I do not have a bankroll, because I often start from scratch (unfortunately), I lose money won in poker on slot machines in the casino.
A bankroll is supposed to be an amount of money, which protect a winning player from going broke due to a streak of bad luck AKA variance. So if you are "using" the money, then per definition its not a bankroll, its a budget.
And of course this is the reality for most players. Only a minority of players are winning, and only they can have a bankroll. Everyone else can only have a budget, since they will always lose their money in the end, if they continue playing long enough.
So maybe the real question here is, how do you make a poker budget. And I really dont think, there is any general answer to this, since it is so individual and personal. What is your financial situation, what are your family obligations, what other activities does playing poker compete with, how do you manage your money in general.
But for sure its probably not healthy, if you make new deposits after most of your sessions. Then its probably better to say, that your going to spend, I dont know, 50$ per month on playing poker, deposit these money after getting your paycheck and then not deposit again, until you have the next paycheck. In that way you force yourself to be at least a little bit disciplined, because losing it all in a single session mean, you can not play for the rest of the month.