Saturday, April 2, 2011

Day 1 - Off to an okay start!

6 Tables, yay
 So to start day one of this challenge which I imposed upon myself, I decide to run a session of 6 tabling 5NL(.02-.05 blinds). Of all the disciplines of poker, I would consider shorthanded NLHE my speciality, so running this session wouldn't be anything difficult, barring severe streaks of bad luck.

Yay graphs!
The session turns out to be pretty alright, I win what I'm supposed to win, I lose what I'm supposed to lose, pretty standard. But to reach my  goal I'm going to have to pick it up, so next session I'm going to add at LEAST 4 more tables to try and reach that goal faster. Remember, volume, volume, volume. As long as I can keep the trend of good play, and not tilting off money, I should be able to pick up steam, and come close to this challenge around the second week of this month.

Found a HUGE fish
EDIT: Ran another session today, and since its a part of today Ill just post the graph for it here:

29 comments:

  1. Wow all looking good, I think you are on task to clock the challenge

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  2. That is awesome. I wish I could do this

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  3. woah thats pretty legit is 6 table gambling common? I don't think I could keep up, let alone win some money.

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  4. How can you keep track of so many tables at once?

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  5. Just out of curiosity, how many tables can you play at the same time before you start to notice you're making mistakes more than you should? If six isn't too difficult, could you double that?

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  6. Looks good, keep it up and I'm sure you'll reach your goal!

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  7. Hm, makes me want to get into Poker.

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  8. Is your goal like Negraneu (sp) said of going from something like 10$ to 100,000$ from low limits to high? That is a great goal, if so. I've always wanted to try!

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  9. those are some confusing graphs.

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  10. Not bad not bad! Good luck on your next one :D

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  11. Snap! I don't play poker so what the hell am I doing here?

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  12. Congratulations to your success!

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  13. Well played! Maybe u can give some lessons to the people on your blog:P

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  14. I wish I knew how to play poker I would be doing the same thing! Winnings look high :D

    Following and supporting!

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  15. Congrats on the big win! but how long did it take to play over 1400 hands? geez

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  16. That is pretty good. If people put this much thought into online poker... maybe I shouldn't ever start paying it... lol.

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  17. i like your blog. keep up the good work

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