Archive for July, 2008

Redesigning the Poker BankRoll Blog

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 | Poker News | No Comments

Dear Readers

We now have a completely new design on Poker BankRoll blog. Hope you enjoy it.

Since we are relatively new to the blogging world we would really appreciate any constructive criticism you might have to our new design.


Your PokerBRB team


SNG Bankroll project update 6

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Bankroll Building, Poker Projects | 1 Comment

I have not been playing poker since my last update July 15th. The reasons are two fold: time and interest. Time It´s my holiday now, so I am trying to keep work related activities to a minimum. Why? I am actually very motivated to work on our projects at least 12 hours a day, but it can be a very useful exercise to try to keep away from work. This helps you to stay motivated and will prevent you from burning out. Interest It can become very tedious to play poker. Just sitting there grinding, Read more [...]

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Poker short stack strategy and poker bankroll building

Sunday, July 27th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Bankroll Building, Poker Projects | No Comments

I need to start bitching again soon since things are really not going my way these days (bitching opens a direct channel to the Gods of Poker; after bitching some begging needs to be done). Since my rocket start to my new short stack strategy, my bankroll has steadily decreased. I have made mistakes for sure, but in 99% of the hands I have played I have stuck to my short stack strategy. Perhaps it doesn't work. I am however more inclined to blame simple variance. I have been dealt slightly below Read more [...]

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Malta News

Saturday, July 26th, 2008 | Poker and Life | No Comments

So we are enjoying the summer in Malta with non-stop sun everyday. There hasn’t been a cloud on the sky for the last month or two :-) . It is perfect. Regarding the website projects for poker bankroll building and WOSB the focus has been more on a strategic level. For pokerbrb we are focusing on some of the future cornerstones for the site – that will bring value to the users. It’s a complicated decision process as many elements need to be taken into consideration such as potential traffic, Read more [...]


Full-body workout program

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008 | Poker and Life | No Comments

You might think that this article has nothing to do with poker bankroll building, but in fact I believe that you will become a better poker player if you are in good physical shape. In my opinion mental and physical health go together hand in hand. In my case, one of my main spare time interests is working out in the gym, so writing an article about my new full body workout program comes natural to me. I have been working out regularly for the last 4 years and the last 6 months I have worked Read more [...]


Bookmaker Bonus

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008 | Sports and Fantasy betting | No Comments

If you are into online betting the bonus search feature at WOSB could be very useful. Check it out here: Bookmaker Bonus The feature helps you find a bonus that suits you. Furthermore and probably most importantly, it is possible to get a good insight into the financial status of the bookmakers offering different bonuses with the ratings given at WOSB. There are six criteria you can put on your search. These will be explained here: Minimum Bonus Rating: All bonuses are given a rating Read more [...]


We are busy improving our sites

Saturday, July 19th, 2008 | Poker News | No Comments

Bad news for the Poker Bankroll Blog, but good news for the PokerBRB community: We are very busy improving the PokerBRB community sites and will therefore be posting less on the Poker Bankroll Blog in the near future. You will be able to read new post 3 times a week, primarily on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Regards Your PokerBRB Team You could be posting your articles on the Poker Bankroll Blog. Read all about it here. Want to play poker? Read the in-depth 10bet Poker Review Read more [...]


Poker buy in strategy – full vs short stack

Saturday, July 19th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Strategy | No Comments

I have been cleaning up in some of my old bankroll building update posts and decided to make a new post about my observations so far regarding playing with a full buyin or using a short stack strategy as the one I have described in one of my previous posts. Keep in mind that all of my observations are made in the context of poker bankroll building on low limit tables. That is, the first steps one goes through in the process of building a poker bankroll. Also keep in mind that my observations might Read more [...]

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Poker Bankroll Skills – Positive Thinking

Saturday, July 19th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Bankroll Management | No Comments

The next skill to look at in the series of Poker Bankroll Management Skills will be positive thinking. The concept positive thinking can be described in many different ways. My favorite definition of positive thinking is: ….a manner of thinking that puts emphasis on processing thoughts in a more desirable and upbeat way… Positive thinking could also be explained as constructive thinking resulting in a focus on what you want instead of a focus on what you don’t want. You are not into Read more [...]

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Top 11 bad poker habits_the next four

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008 | Poker Articles, Poker Strategy | No Comments

This post is number two is a series of 3 posts covering the top 11 bad poker habits belonging to your PokerBRB team. Top 11 bad poker habits_the first three covered the first three bad poker habits, and I will now move on the the next four: Bad poker habit number 4: Showing your hands to your opponents I see this again and again both in small stakes SNG’s and on the World Poker Tour. People show both their good hands and their bluffing hands when they have made a bet and everyone else folds. Read more [...]

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