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Old 08-02-2005, 02:00 PM
Damian UK Damian UK is offline
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Hi There

have read homers guide on here and been to bonuswhores website and have just about figured this out (its only taken me nearly a year to realise you can make money at whoring!).

Ok I have about a $200 bankroll which aint replacable yet (baby on the way) and I am looking at building this up - I am a decent amateur (i.e dont raise A 10 offsuit UTG) who has played mainly SNG and MTT's - I am not so hot at ring games - so I want to build my bankroll without losing it. Many sites require 200 r/h at .25/.50 - is my bankroll big enough? if not how much do I need?

Any starting sites would be great as well - i am already on bet365, sporting odds and Vic chandlers

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Damian
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Old 08-02-2005, 02:58 PM
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have read homers guide on here and been to bonuswhores website

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If this were true you wouldn't have had to post this.
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Old 08-02-2005, 03:03 PM
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I see the dickiness that pollutes the Zoo has quickly migrated over to this forum.
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Old 08-02-2005, 03:19 PM
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To whore at poker sites you need to learn limit ring games. Start at the very small limits at a place like stars or paradise and work your way up. When you are comfortable playing .50/1.00 you will be ready to whore like a champ.
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Old 08-03-2005, 08:36 AM
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(i.e dont raise A 10 offsuit UTG)

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...depending on the game, raising A-10 UTG can be +EV...
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Old 08-03-2005, 11:28 AM
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Give the .25/.50 games a shot at Paradise and/or Pacific (Pacific has some lousy software but the players are SOOO loose!), work your way to AT LEAST $300, and then try the .50/$1 at Party (with bonuses and rakeback, of course).

As I recall, you can clear bonuses pretty easily at Paradise at the .25/.50 tables and at least there you can 3 table, although I wouldn't recommend that (3 tabling) until you're comfortable with ring games.

Note: if you fail at the .25/.50 games (like go down to $100 for example), I'd move down to the .10/.20 games and say "screw the bonuses for now". Losing 200 big bets (going from $200 to $100) can surely happen because of variance, but you said you couldn't replace your roll, so I'd move down if variance (or perhaps bad play?) hit me that hard.

Good luck!
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Old 08-03-2005, 12:49 PM
Damian UK Damian UK is offline
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Thanks for the positive responses will have a go at the low limit ring games on the sites suggested thats the sort of practical info I need.

Oh, and for those two who took the piss with a new poster (me BTW if your are too thick to figure it out), cheers much appreciated - glad to see you are sooooo bored and small minded you can only show your intelligence by being moronic - why bother posting if I am not worth your time?

Damian
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