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Personal Challenge

Postby Ezagot » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:54 am

Hey guys!

Right now i am trying to set a challenge for myself, trying to turn 10usd into 400usd grinding it out on microstakes.
Gonna try and put decent amount of hours into it ( got some poly stuff to do).

Any tips and ideas you care to share? And whats a reasonable time frame to be able to hit my target lets say i put in 5hours a day multi tabling 8?
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby Norula » Fri Jul 23, 2010 8:55 am

USd10 becoming USd400 huh ??
Well thats really chalenging.. Good luck tho.. ;)
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby iZech » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:59 am

10usd and u play 8 table? lets say u play 1c 2c buy-in 2bucks per table, max u can have is 5 table?
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby Froggy » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:42 am

you can do that in 1-1.5months fairly easily.. provided your current fundamentals & skills are there. Of course bankroll management
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby chenghao » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:53 pm

post graphs about your progress :o let us rail you ! :mrgreen:
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby koburn » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:04 pm

Wow, good luck to you! I would recommend that you start with USD20, cos with that you then can have at least 10 BIs.

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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby AsiaPokerAcademy » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:14 pm

I think you should be able to do it, no problem. I just talked to a guy who turns $8 into $1k USD in a few months. He had some lucky hits in tournaments though.

If you want to grind at cash games AND be safe about your roll, start grinding low, slow, and steady. Buy-in with $.50 (that way you have 20 buy-ins) and slowly grind. If you don't get greedy and play well, you should be on your way to success!
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby winston361 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:51 pm

Yup I started with $30 playing 0.01/0.02, 6 max 6 tables at a time... was doing well until I dropped to $3 left playing wildly and being greedy (sigh). Took a break and came back playing sanely... now I'm about $125 up and playing 0.05/0.10, 6 max 2 tables . Took me about 2 months , but I think you can do it faster if you stay focused : )

Has anyone tried the PS $0.10 360 ppl sit and go? It's kinda slow, but given a very small bank roll , its a good way to get high ROI if you play premium hands and let the fishes kill themselves first. 1st place gets 8.50 , 2nd gets 6.00 . not bad for a 10cent tourney haha. This month theres micromania 1.10 SNG too, but probably too expensive for a $10 bankroll.
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Re: Personal Challenge

Postby Ezagot » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:27 pm

Hey guys thanks for the comments! Yea trying my best now, currently up $7.88. I will get some graphs up soon since i put in a decent amount of hands!

Dont think i am much good at tournaments though i can try it once i have a bigger BR.

is Sit n Go's good too?
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