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This results in them usually having, at most, 10 buy-ins to their name, which is nowhere near an adequate bankroll. If the weak players are short stacked and you think the good players are better than you, or if the good players have position on you, you should buy in for only enough to have the weak players covered. If you are willing to give up a little bit now, you will have significantly more later. Poker tracking apps will easily keep track of this information for you. Mastering the concept of delayed gratification will make life much more pleasant for you. Once your bankroll starts to grow, you should consider moving up in stakes. Simply put, you must follow these guidelines if you want to stay in action. You should also take note of how much variance you experience. In order to play without going broke, you need to keep enough money set aside to handle the normal swings of the game. While I completely understand that it is not fun to grind smaller games than you are accustomed to, it is much better than the alternative of going broke. If you play with a negative expectation, you will lose in the long run. This situation continues to compound over time, allowing the second player to continue moving up at a much faster rate than the first player. It will not maximize your potential win rate, but it is fine to sacrifice some upside in exchange for minimizing your risk of ruin when things are going poorly. This is the opposite of what almost all small stakes players do. If you do not know how to exploit these players, you will likely be breakeven, unless the games are populated with awful players. For this reason, I suggest most small stakes players cap the amount they can lose during any individual session to three buy-ins, or big blinds. These numbers may sound large to the uninitiated, but there is no way around it, they are what is required. Once you have kept track of your results for about 20, hands you will have at least some idea of your win rate. There are a few factors that determine how many big blinds you should keep in your cash game bankroll win rate, variance, and risk of ruin percentage , but I will make this simple by just listing the relevant requirements for you:. If you play in a short stacked 20 big blind game, perhaps you should be fine with losing big blinds. By moving down and essentially doubling the number of big blinds you have in your bankroll, you will have a difficult time ever going broke, assuming you continue to play with an edge. If you are playing professionally, you will probably want that number to be lower, meaning you need to keep an even larger bankroll. When you move up or if your game gets tougher for some reason increased rake, the worst player in your area quits, your opponents get better, new parking fees, etc. If you are not a professional and you have a job, you can keep a smaller bankroll with the idea that if you lose it, you can always add to it with money from your paycheck. In your local casino, it probably makes sense to play larger on weekend nights. Many small stakes players drive themselves crazy trying to figure out how much to buy in for when they take a seat at the table. Notice that taking shots in this manner does not risk a substantial portion of your bankroll. There are numerous phone apps that can keep track of your results, which makes things easy. They both play 40 hours per week at their local casino and, on average, win 7 big blinds per hour, regardless of the game or buy-in level. Compared to cash games, tournaments have significantly more variance. This will allow you to get experience playing a tougher game while also potentially growing your bankroll at a much faster rate. While there is no magical system that will ensure you win most of the time, you do not want to open yourself up to having gigantic losing sessions when all things conspire against you. Of course, you will likely have a higher win rate live, but even then, it is quite possible to go on significant breakeven streaks. Moving down in this way will drastically decrease your risk of ruin while also ensuring you do not continue playing in a game that is too tough for you. Many amateurs butcher the concept of taking shots by putting half of their bankroll on the line. It is not suggested that you stop when you are winning, assuming the game is good. If there are no smaller games in your area, play online or get a job and a paycheck. Do not do that. Also keep track of any other drains to your bankroll, such as the rake, dealer tips, drink tips these three are easy because they come directly off the table , extra food costs, transportation costs, etc. I hate to make it sound so cut and dried, but it really is. To be clear, your bankroll is the money you have set aside exclusively for poker. Notice this player essentially broke even for about 40, hands, which is over half of the time depicted on the graph. It is important to understand that cash games are actually one long session. I would start my sessions at noon and quit at midnight, ensuring I never played when fatigued. However, my main goal was not growing my bankroll as fast as possible, but to live an enjoyable life. Any money you spend to play poker counts against your bankroll. If it does, you must be disciplined and move back to the smaller game that you can beat. I will say it again: If you take a shot and it goes poorly, you must move down. You are certain to experience bad runs throughout your career. Today, if growing my bankroll was the only thing that mattered, I would play from 8pm until the game breaks usually at about 6am. You must understand that you do not have to play in a game just because it exists. The above numbers assume you play normally, not too tight and not too lose. This is likely a function of game selection and session length. While there is no definitive method for moving up, I generally suggest that you move up aggressively once you have played for a decent amount of time with a positive win rate. By playing from noon until midnight, I missed the most profitable hours of the day. I did not enjoy staying up until 6am. Bankroll management could have easily been the first chapter in each of my poker books, because it really is that important. That said, you should not sit with the maximum amount every time. Many otherwise strong players have gone broke because they were too proud to move down and be seen in the smaller games. Once you understand this, the thought of locking up a daily win will seem asinine. If you treat your bankroll like an ATM, it will always be running low. Most players are not so lucky. Notice the jarring nature of this graph.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} As you can see though, if you have a positive win rate, you will continuously grow your bankroll over time from cash games. For example, I typically play much larger during the WSOP because that is when the games are softest, due to lots of recreational players being in Vegas. Playing this many hands live will take you about 2, hours, which is about one year of play at 40 hours per week. Assuming equal win rates, if you play a loose, aggressive strategy, you will have larger swings than someone who plays a tight strategy. If you want to succeed in the long run, you should strive to play all stack sizes well, not only a short or medium stack. If you are better than your opponents, you want to buy in for enough to have the inferior players covered, which will often be the table maximum. I would not bet on that. They then play those stakes until they go broke, ending their careers or worse, turning them into perpetual degenerate gamblers. If you do not have discipline, you will have a difficult time succeeding unless you get a steady stream of good cards for an incredibly long time period. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If you have not already, check it out! I was willing to give up some amount of equity in exchange for being happier. Every time you play, keep track of how much you buy in for and how much you leave the table with. If you had to buy a computer to play online, that is a significant cost. Remember, I wanted to make money, not play poker. Some players buy in shorter, but that is usually in attempt to compensate for being bad at deep-stacked poker or due to a short bankroll. Moving up and taking shots is a calculated risk that may end in failure. When you do, if your bankroll is not adequate for your current game, you must be willing to move down. This stop loss is suggested because many small stakes players go on tilt after losing a few significant pots and can no longer think clearly. This means that you need to keep track of your win rate. In reality, you need more than that because your win rate will be smaller due to the increased skill level of the opposition. This should lead you to reevaluate your required bankroll. When you sit down to play, you should have some predetermined strategy in place outlining when you plan to leave the table. This should lead you to keep a larger bankroll. Could you continue playing your best if you broke even at live poker for six months? I tell you the brutal truth because I want you to succeed. However, my wins are usually about twice the size of my losses. Most players could not. You should strive to pick your spots well, playing when the games are the absolute softest. It is not money that you spend on bills, shoes, or food. As you play more, you will get a more accurate picture of this number. This player was quite fortunate that his biggest downswing was only 20 buy-ins. In order to know how many big blinds you need in your bankroll, you need to know how many big blinds you win per hands. If my game was bad, I would play for about an hour to see if it improved. The last hand of today is the first hand of tomorrow. Simply play as you would in your normal game of course, this assumes you are a winning player. They get together a few buy-ins, go to the casino, and then play until they are broke or it is time to go home.