Ratholer - A player who removes chips from the table, usually to avoid having to go all-in more than they intend to. Ratholing is typically performed by shortstackers who play really tight, double up, then move to another table.

High Roller - A player who usually plays in high stakes poker games that require betting large amounts of money. As a result large amounts of money can be won and lost within minutes.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Bankroll Update: January


Apart from the insane amount of work that needed to be done this month, I have still been hitting the virtual felt as often as possible, even if I have dropped back down to the 20NL tables for a bit due to brain drain. Still managed a tidy profit for this month.

Start: 2010/12/23 R2300
End: 2011/01/25 R3200
Winnings: R900

Short Term Goals on Hold:
Up the stakes from R20NL to R100NL (Currently playing 20NL/50NL)

Short Term Goals Attained:
Know the maths (Applying this to every session)
Practice multi-level thinking (Applying this to every session)
Read 1/2 poker books
Stopped playing on FT, focusing on Piggs

Short Term Goals in progress:
Read 1 poker book (Busy reading - Treat your poker like a business "Dusty Schmidt")
Play more live games (Playing more home games)
Check and record stats once a month (you're looking at it)
Play 4 simultaneous tables consistently (currently only at 20NL/DoNs and Tourneys)

I have been having some technical issues with HEM and .Net3.5 but should have this sorted in the next little while.

Well that's it for January's update, drop me a comment if there is anything you'd like to see here.

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