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I see this in
Many players say they like to play micro, because when they lose they do not put much of their money at risk.
I see this in two ways, often meeting players who say they play 40 tables of 0.10 cents at a time,
I believe it's a tiresome way to reach our goal and raise our winnings, so in everyone's opinion, what would be a comfortable value to play and get a good return?
Well, I think it should be normal to play at tables that do not go beyond my bankroll. Although I must confess that sometimes sitting at 2 Zoom tables can make me a satisfactory day. It all depends on my mood.
Doesn't matter the but in for me, tourney style is the same no matter the buy in. Comfort though comes in the form of sng's, really easy to place second and first comes often. Low money tables though pay more often
You cannot find live tables at a casino for less than $1-2 or $1-3. When I play online, it depends on my bankroll and the amount of time I have...if I have maybe ˝ hour to play before dinner, I always choose lower stakes. I play for fun and I know that I will never make any significant money, so I consider anything I start with as already spent money...if it keeps me going for a few weeks; great.
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I am playing some level deeper than I should by bankroll management and feel very comfortable with it. I played a long time very aggressive brm to reach some level according to the brm table, that I posted here: https://www.cardschat.com/forum/tour...gement-328651/
Meanwhile I should level up some by this table, but I feel not so comfortable with the higher levels. So my brm became meanwhile very conservative, compared to the money I have won already. Andrew Popov gave me some really good thoughts about this in this thread:
And I also think it is very exhausting, to play too many tables. And then you also need to look how many money you have in game now in my opinion.
For those who already have a bankroll at least above 100dolar it would be ideal to play tournaments of 2.20, 3.30, nothing that exceeds 5 dollars, thus giving to have a return without jeopardizing large sums.