I just finished my last session for January and it was a good one!
I managed to win the Storm2€+R on Stars.FR besting a field of 503 runners. This one allowed me to turn a 4€ investment into a 547,15€ winning. It's R.O.I. party today !!
In my last post, I was complaining a little bit about how difficult my start in MTTs was. I think I will complain more often during the challenge if this is the consequence.
This important victory obviously gives January a totally new face:
SNGs played: 201
(mainly 6-max hyper)
SNG invest: 615€
SNG winnings: 668,63
SNG R.O.I.: +8,72%
EXPRESSO SNGs played: 14
EXPRESSO invest: 28€
EXPRESSO winnings: 44€
EXPRESSO R.O.I.: +57,14%
MTT played: 47
MTT invest: 182,50€
MTT winnings: 615,09€
MTT R.O.I.: +237,04%
I am still down almost 10 .02/.05-buy-ins in PLO cash games for almost 1300 hands.
This brings my bankroll to a very satisfying 1002,64€ after one month of play and starting from 500€.
This is the level I had set myself for late April / early May 2014.
Despite this big hit, I am planing to continue to play 3€ SNGs for a while and I will certainly take shots at the 5€ level. I will also continue to play 1€R-5€ tourneys for now with shots at 10€ games and I will avoid to get to carried away in PLO cash game sessions :p
I want to get really comfortable with the tracker and put in more volume rather than playing too expensive games too quickly.
Thanks for reading me!
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This blog is the coverage of a challenge I set myself for 2014 in order to support another greater challenge being prepared in Costa Rica by Javier Slon & Randall Bermudez.
In late 2014, Javier (spinal injury L4-L5 from birth) & Randall (diabetic type 1) will attempt to cross Costa Rica from ocean to ocean only using their own physical and mental strenght. No motorized vehicle will be used during their trip.
Of course, ideas like this cost money (gear, training, consultancy, promotion...) and Javier & Randall are now, besides training, looking for financial partners to back up their project. The aim is to develop structures that will be helpful to many other adventurous disabled persons in the future. Javier's & Randall's ultimate goal is to set up workshops and leisure camps for persons with disabilities. They hope that their attempt to cross Costa Rica from coast to coast will help raise attention and funds for their projects.
In the best case scenario, they are planing to shoot a documentary movie of their adventure too.
I met Javier while he was working in Luxembourg a couple of years ago and I had not heard from him for a long time after he moved back to Costa Rica. When I read about this project, I contacted him straight away to know more about it. Sometimes, I just feel the urge to get involved or support projects I like.
To support their idea, I have decided in December 2013 to set myself a bankroll challenge for 2014. I hired two online Poker coaches and set a strating bankroll of 500€ to start with on January 1st, 2014. My goal will be to increase my bankroll by 20% every month playing mostly SNGs & MTTs until Javier & Randall effectively start their crossing in late 2014. 30% of the profit I will make during the challenge will then be donated to WHEELS & ARMS.
I thought it could give a sort of more glamourous meaning to the amount of time spent playing online Poker like a geek.
My goal is to donate 1000€ out of my bankroll by the end of 2014. This means that I need to build up my 500€ bankroll to 3833€. Should I fail miserably and let my bankroll drop beneath 100€, I will:
1. fire my coaches - someone has got to take the blame...
2. punish myself for being a hopeless fish by donating 50% of my initial bankroll of 500€ (250€) to WHEELS & ARMS.
Every feedback or advice is welcome.
Thanks for your attention,
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