PLO Bankroll building

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Monocus

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Is PLO good for building a bankroll? Should I play sit and go or cash games? And I need some information of bankroll managment...
 
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A lot of people say that you need to have atleast 100 buyins in your bankroll of the tourment you want to play. This way your bankroll will never go to zero and you can see if you can make some profit without losing your total bankroll with one bad beat.

It is a nice way but personaly I like to play 1.50 dollar sit and goes, but 150 is to much for me to deposit. That is why I just deposited 20 dollars and started playing with that. Sometimes those bad beats can be really anoying and I went to zero multible times but that means that I am not ready to make some real money with poker. I can win, that is not the problem. I am just not ready to make the profit.

I would recommend to try playing with a relative small bankroll and gain some experience after that you can deposit some more or you made yourself that big bankroll already.

Do not play cashgames in the beginning. Some people will bluff you out everytime and you can't call because your bankroll is not that big.

Sit and goes are the best for starters. Or tourments (not the ones with rebuys) ofcourse.

See you at the tables
 
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homerjunior

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A lot of people say that you need to have atleast 100 buyins in your bankroll of the tourment you want to play. This way your bankroll will never go to zero and you can see if you can make some profit without losing your total bankroll with one bad beat.

It is a nice way but personaly I like to play 1.50 dollar sit and goes, but 150 is to much for me to deposit. That is why I just deposited 20 dollars and started playing with that. Sometimes those bad beats can be really anoying and I went to zero multible times but that means that I am not ready to make some real money with poker. I can win, that is not the problem. I am just not ready to make the profit.

I would recommend to try playing with a relative small bankroll and gain some experience after that you can deposit some more or you made yourself that big bankroll already.

Do not play cashgames in the beginning. Some people will bluff you out everytime and you can't call because your bankroll is not that big.

Sit and goes are the best for starters. Or tourments (not the ones with rebuys) ofcourse.

See you at the tables

You are referring to BI for an MTT, for SnG the recommend amount is 50-75x BI, I would strongly advise against playing with a short roll as it can have a major negative impact on your decision making process.

My opinion and the general consensus is cash is the place to start as its the deepest and most complicated variant, its easy to go from Cash>SnG but hard to go from SnG>Cash, the variance in cash games is also far lower than tournaments or sit and gos.
 
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antonio4c

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good for building a bankroll? Should I play sit and go or cash games? And I need some information of bankroll management ... do not know why they took it off poker stars
 
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homerjunior

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good for building a bankroll? Should I play sit and go or cash games? And I need some information of bankroll management ... do not know why they took it off poker stars

Cash games are the lowest variance therefore the best for building a roll statistically, 20-25x is the recommended BI's for cash 50-75x for SnG
 
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2tuzai

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for starter at plo min 50BI BR
PLO is a`lot higher variance game than holdem, but PLO has higher skill cap so if u good u can make more than at holdem EVBB/hands
 
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