Updates towards bankroll and plans

Posted: April 19, 2012 in Details & Overview, Direct Live Buyins, Live, Pokerstars

Updates of the played events, plans and bankroll are finished: 2.341,50 EUR of the bankroll have been used, meaning 2.658,50 EUR (= 53,71 %) are remaining and this is the amount that will be used to play on. Some investors of CMU have asked for a refund p.r.t. which I do not like, do not agree with, but respect. Therefore their money will be refunded p.r.t. with the rate of 53,71 %. Nevertheless the total bankroll will be the above mentioned amount and all refunds paid out will be paid back towards the bankroll from my own pocket.

Saying I want to be more active again, I will be starting to show more activity with the following tourneys and projects:

– The 75 EUR Freezeout tournaments at Spielbank Wiesbaden will be my (from today’s point of view) only sensefull possibility to play live tournaments without ruining the remaining bankroll if I do not cash. The casino is hosting this tourney twice a week (Thursday & Sunday) and I am planning to play it today as well as this Sunday. Further appearances will be announced beforehand.

– Parallel to the live tourneys, I will be returning to Pokerstar’s tables either this or next week to play the step SNGs once again. My plan is to play 40 Step 1 for a total value of $300 and then aim for a live event by the time I come near to playing the final steps. Updates of the steps will be given supported by screenshots of Pokertracker.

As always, feel free to comment with suggestions, thoughts and whatever you feel like!

  1. Klaus says:

    Quite ambitious bro!
    You r playing 40 steps if u win 50%
    for step b u got just left 10. So at the 6th step 1 life 🙂
    And just if u run pretty well.

    • Shmendric says:

      Definately ambitious and hard, but definately worth a try: I used 270 € in Step Cs last year to qualify for the EPT Snowfest, which is 10 Steps and finale was Step G…

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