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I like Grinch91's answer about clarifying what your goals are and looking at the money as buy-ins--I just wanted to add a couple perspectives. One skill that would really help you is to be able to disassociate money from your chips at the table. Think of them as chips--just a tool for keeping score. When you start with 100 chips, whether they cost 1 cent ...


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Stop thinking of it as "I won 1$, that's not much" and start thinking of it as I won a buy-in or two buy-ins. Start asking yourself what you want to use poker for? If you're playing cash games and want to play them for the sake of earning a side income or main income you need to change that attitude. You need to decide in x months I want to be player y level ...


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The Official PCA site on How To Qualify hints that: "The PCA page on the PokerStars Blog page has blog posts from Team PokerStars Pro, which give poker strategy advice that's designed to help you in your qualification campaign." But when you actually go to the site (Here is the generic .com version but it can depend on your region; as you can see ...


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Not a directly answer of which satellites And I know you know poker math but math on shove fest If you only play AA, KK, and AK you will get that every 47.35 hands Round it up to 48 In 120 hands (15 orbits) you will get it 3 times (on average) Against 2 others in shove fest you are 50:50 to win and triple up If you can survive three coin flips (1/8) ...


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I haven't played limit in a long time nor have I been to Vegas in a while, but I find it surprising that there wouldn't be any 5/10 limit games available--there's so many poker rooms--but I'll take it that you've looked into it. Generally, I've heard that around 300-400 big bets is considered a good bankroll for live limit hold'em for a decent, winning ...


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I'm going to play the devils advocate here just because I personally despise credit which is how you are treating your actual bankroll. You cannot ignore variance in poker. And for that reason alone you cannot 'pretend' you have a $1,000 bankroll. Because in fact you have a $100 bankroll. Next month if you break even then you have a $200 bankroll. Less ...



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