• Champion or Loser

    Without knowing the exact facts, it’s easy to categorize gamblers into three categories:

    • Big Winner
    • Small Loser/Winner
    • Big Loser

    The major mass of the gamblers is, of course, in the last class, "Big Loser". I would say that about ninety to ninety-five percent of the gamblers fits into this category. When reading "Big" you need to read it as percent of the money won or lost. Even if someone just plays for 10 dollars for his or hers entire life, wins and doubles it, is really a "Big Winner". You see, the individual bets ten dollars and comes out with 20 dollars, so his or hers net profit is 100 percent. That being said, the distinction among a "Big Winner" plus a "Big Loser" can be quite small.

    Let us say you are a smaller stake Texas hold em gambler, your web profit per thirty days is about 5 percent of one’s bankroll. So should you began with a deposit of $100, first month you’ll go five dollars which would rise your bank roll to 105 dollars, next calendar month one hundred and ten dollars.five and so on. To go from one hundred dollars to $200 takes involving 13 – 14 months if your web earnings is 5 per cent per month. What about in case you started with two hundred dollars? In thirteen to fourteen months, beginning with two hundred dollars plus a net revenue of five % each month, you would have in between $380 – four hundred dollars in bank roll.

    This is another example, but here your web profit is -five % monthly and your deposit was one hundred dollars. Right after a yr, your bankroll would have gone down to fifty to fifty-five, which is practically 50 percent of one’s beginning bank roll. Lets now say that you got a bonus of $100, so your starting bankroll would be two hundred dollars with the exact same web profit per month. Following a yr now, you’d probably still have $108.

    This is why bonuses are so important when you start building your bank roll. Bonuses can turn a "Big Loser" into a "Small Winner", or a "Small Loser" into a "Big Winner".

     January 2nd, 2014  Everett   No comments

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