25 Comments

  • Jeanice Laye

    December 13, 2013

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  • therese lithander

    December 13, 2013

    man i wish i was half as smart as you. but then again i probably bust my
    smart iq account if i use half

  • ham236

    December 13, 2013

    I looked up this video to manage my bankroll of $37.

  • sjors driessen

    December 13, 2013

    i’ll played 1,50 $ Sng’s and when i lose 3 times in a row it needs 3 hours
    to get your lost back…then my patience and concentration is gone and then
    i wanna urn it back fast by playing 5$ Sng’s. Stupid thing i can do pffff.

  • Harry Pennont

    December 13, 2013

    im trying to build my bankroll, you should get started with a no deposit
    bonus. you can get $8 to play no need to deposit any money claim it here
    POK22.COM I didn’t want to go, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t want to be
    invited.

  • John Corn

    December 13, 2013

    Stopped watching after he said “Part of the class I’ll be selling online.”
    If your intention was to sell us something without teaching us a single
    thing beforehand, please do so before you waste 3 minutes and 30 seconds of
    my time.

  • Takefumi Hirai

    December 13, 2013

    1st and foremost thank you very much for your videos and your time and
    effort that you put into them. I really enjoy watching them and having
    “busted” my small poker bankroll yesterday playing 215 sunday’s and warmups
    + hyper hu sng 😉 u know how swingy those games are after losing some in
    the cash games i for the 72nd time told myself I’m done online until I come
    back to the states. But. I do miss playing live, I’m assuming when I come
    back to Cali I’ll start by playing the smallest stakesbut

  • SchoolofCards

    December 13, 2013

    Hmmm. So you have 10 buyins behind you which include the re-buy?

  • James Greenall

    December 13, 2013

    You chat so much shit

  • SchoolofCards

    December 13, 2013

    Good im glad. More are coming soon.

  • SnareStyle10

    December 13, 2013

    Yuuup. So (200+300) x 10

  • PlayDaGaimz

    December 13, 2013

    Hey man if you decided to start grinding your local casino 500nl game, How
    many buyins do you think you’d need as a suitable bankroll? ty in advance

  • AussiePoker King

    December 13, 2013

    Yeahs its pretty stupid to just say 3% for MTT’s, and 33 buy in swings are
    standard for me rather than unusual.. Nobody considers time spent in $5
    games isn’t going to get u very far in the future tho, something to take
    into account depending on how much u value ur time. If taking risks with
    10% of ur roll in favorable tournaments, with a plan to drop stakes till u
    rebuild if u lose half of it, is also helping u learn how to make more $’s
    in the future then why is it such a bad thing?

  • SFKartsah

    December 13, 2013

    the fact of the matter is, and the fact of the matter iiiis… your videos
    are great ! really helpful, especially for someone like me whos beating the
    games but always goes busto because of bad BRM

  • Vor Tex

    December 13, 2013

    I have followed all your videos on here and watched them numerous times
    over and over , you have some very interesting points , i started out
    playing live where i was and still am very successful at the limits i play
    , i have as yourself tried to go online and have not had any luck there , i
    havent lost much , but a loss is a loss no matter what the amount , i
    wanted to get some more insight as to what you might think i should do to
    make my online game as solid as my live game ,?

  • Ramel Prince

    December 13, 2013

    If you are playing that tight you should try the 9 player table instead of
    6 because you get to see more hands before the blinds come back around.

  • Checkmaito

    December 14, 2013

    Just started seriously learning the game and wanting to get better at it. I
    think your videos are amazing and very informative. Keep up the good work
    man!

  • reeceyhiggs

    December 14, 2013

    at what point is there a need for good br management?1000?2000? if you play
    micros but work full time is there really a need for strict BRM when you
    can easly reload? its something u never hear,i mean at least 70% of poker
    players arent pro and need it as an income?there must be a threshhold and
    anything before doesnt really matter

  • lanseri

    December 14, 2013

    lol did you even watch the video

  • henk frietneger

    December 14, 2013

    in that case poker is the same as a hobby like playing soccer, chess etc..
    the money you spend on it is like a contribution for your club.. But if you
    play poker for money it is about bankroll management..

  • stompySharpNpointy

    December 14, 2013

    told us effectively nothing other then practice good BR management…i can
    do more by saying 3% for MTT 5% for cash leave after what you have in front
    of you =10% of you total BR

  • Alexander Grosse

    December 14, 2013

    but in your previous comment to 91chacarron, u say otherwise!

  • SchoolofCards

    December 14, 2013

    Hmm i need to create a video about that. I should have a whole series on
    bankroll it’s the most important thing. it’s really relative. If you start
    from the very bottom and the lowest stakes you really don’t have a choice
    about bankroll. Ideally you want enough money to deal with variance both
    psychologically and statistically.

  • SchoolofCards

    December 14, 2013

    Ill be out there a lot this summer probably will meet up.

  • Zee96969696

    December 14, 2013

    then I just looked at myself with my third eye which is at the forehead,
    and I just broke, I just died inside. I quietly quit all the poker
    bullshit, and I don’t wanna go anywhere near that bullshit again.

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