Short stack cash game strategy – bankroll project

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I bet you have been waiting in great anticipation for my next short stack strategy update. I have been purposely waiting until I hit the 50 session hours mark so I could compare my short stack strategy results to my ealier regular cash game project.

Here’s a quick summary

Regular Cash Game project:

  • 50,45 session hours played
  • Bankroll high: +42,56$
  • Bankroll low: -28,9$
  • Largest losing session: -13,04$
  • Largest winning session: 23,15$
  • End result: +25,75$

Short stack strategy project:

  • 50 session hours played
  • Bankroll high: +78$
  • Bankroll low: -6,22$
  • Largest losing session: -36,7$
  • Largest winning session: 36,22$
  • End result after 50 hours: +49$

If there is one conclusion I can make on my limited statistics it is that following the short stack strategy probably results in larger swings in your bankroll. Having said that it automatically follows – in my case at least – that the short stack strategy approach is simply more fun. I dislike the long grinding sessions…it’s simply too boring for me. I also like the simplicity of the short stack strategy. You will either be folding or putting it all out there.

I have also been playing quite a few tournaments lately to practice some “real” poker. I have had very limited success which has meant a reduction in my tournament bankroll from 300$ to 200$. I am seriously considering cashing out this bankroll because I would hate to lose it all.

I will leave you with an updated graph over my short stack strategy project. There are some big swings in there:-)

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