This sounds great. Was wanting to switch over to cash. At the moment I am playing sng's and sometimes cash. What kind of a roll are people using for nl10? 300 dollars, 500 or 1000?
Depends how aggro you want to move up, if you can handle huge swings and if you are able to reload after going broke. Generally games are getting tougher = bigger variance, so more BI = better. If you are just starting with cash games I would say 50BI+. But it's actually a question for a separate thread...
Deffo want to move up fast. I'm not trying to ask for bankroll advice as that is another thread but just curious as to what the group is playing. This would affect many things in the study group if everyone was playing the same bankroll or not as it can determine decisions made e.g taking shots at higher levels, being able to reload or not etc.
Hey guys, thanks for all your submissions!
I decided to cap the group at 20 members, but in a month or so I will evaluate the activity and if someone doesn't have the time or motivation to be a part of the group anymore, or the group decides to let something go from the group, we'll make replacements.
When that happens, I'll let you all now and you can then again send me submissions for memberships!
A couple of new spots have opened up, so we're seeking new members! Due to the incredible interest in joining the group, applicants will have to make a small application (either here in this thread, or in a PM to me).
In this application make sure you define youself as a poker player, what you want to contribute to the group, and how (and how bad) you want to be a better poker player.
We're focusing on NLHE micro stakes.
You have until noon Tuesday (GMT) to submit your application, as I'll not be on the computer much until then (however all check this thread occasionally to answer any questions there may be today and tomorrow). At that point I'll take a look at the applications and as a starting point we're seeking three new members. However, we'll give away up to 8 spots if the applications are good enough, which I suspect they'll be when we're talking DC ;-)
Note: You don't have to be a winning player - yet. The most important thing to the group is that the members really strive to be better players all the time. However, you have to have a fundamental knowledge of the game. That said, we do not require to see stats of any kind for confirmation. Just make sure to sell yourself as a poker player the best way possible in your application.
Wow, this all got out very formally, but yeah, hope to hear from you!