Rules For Poker Games – Don’t Play Above Your Bankroll

like Texas Hold ‘Em. You must play at a level that is appropriate to your skill level and the size of your bankroll. like Texas Hold ‘Em calls for you to play aggressively in order to be a winner. If you play above your bankroll you can’t do that correctly. You will be afraid to lose the money you have in front of you and it will affect your play.

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Secondly, is a game of ups and downs. If your bankroll isn’t large enough to weather a long losing streak, you’ll be on the rail and out of action for good. We can’t have that.

What level is appropriate for your bankroll? First figure out how much money you can set aside for playing only. You can not touch this money for anything else. Now the normal rule of thumb for figuring what level to start as is:

Your Bankroll / 200 = The maximum bet limit of the table.

For example, if you can scrape together $2,000 the formula would be:

2000 / 200 = 10. $10 is the maximum bet of the game you should play in.

Your bankroll dictates you should start at a $5-10 max limit game. If you can feel comfortable playing that limit I suggest you start there. If not, start in a smaller game until you feel comfortable betting $5 and $10.

Now suppose you have mastered the level you have been playing at. It may now be time to move up. Let’s say the next level up is $9-$18. You now need $18 * 200 = $3600 bankroll before you move to that level. After playing at your current level, if your bankroll is now $3.600, you can safely move up.

You just repeat over and over until you are at the Big Game.

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