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About Unclechewy95

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  1. I've read a lot on bankroll management, but the one thing I have not found (maybe haven't looked hard enough) is how do you management your bankroll and your bills. What i mean is, if your bankroll drops due to a couple of bad sessions, what rules do you use for building it back up without neglecting your monthly obligations? I'm of course talking about those where poker is their only source of income. Hope this makes sense.
  2. Thanks Ace, what sample size online and live would recommend to get an accurate long term win rate?
  3. Great questions Bob, here are the answers. I have 4 months expenses saved up in addition to my small bankroll. I currently live in Denver, so about 45 minutes from the nearest casino, but my plan is to move to Vegas for this venture. My records are not as detailed as they should be and I have not had the opportuity to play live over the last year or so due to my work schedule. When i was playing live more frequently about 3 years ago I was playing 1-2 NL recreationally and was showing a win rate of about $28/hr over about 150 hours of play. I have also cashed in 28.5% of the tournament
  4. Thanks TrueAce. Maybe I should clarify, I am not a losing player online, just would rather play live and have been a much more profitable play in live ring and tournament. I am working to improve my online game.
  5. I'm sure there was probably a thread about this somewhere, but I did a quick search and was not able to find anything, so I'll put it out there again. I have been playing recreationally for about 10 years and have been a winning player in live games and tournaments, but have not faired so well online. I have my own theories as to why that is, but that's a topic for another thread. The last couple of years have been rough for me in regards to employment, been layed off twice and am now working a job that I absolutely hate. I have scaled down my living expenses to a point where I feel no
  6. I think there are enough players that feel the way that you do, some of who will be in that game. Speak up (as I'm sure you will) and I'm sure others will chime in. Shouldn't be difficult to drive him out of the game.
  7. The thing that really gets me is that he seems to take no responsibility or feel any remorse for what has happened. Lord knows i have made some major mistakes in my past with my and others money, but I am the first to admit when I am wrong and try to make it right. I can't believe I used to have respect for this guy.
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