About a year ago I made a post here where my intention was to grind from the bottom of the zoom ladder to the top, and I was excited to play, post hands, get better etc. Then just as I was about to get going I was offered a new job and had to put poker on hold indefinitely as I am away from home for months at a time with work.
Now however, between coronavirus and having some time off work to take anyway, it looks like I've got nothing to do for a few months, so I thought I'd get back into poker and see how far I can go. The challenge is as follows:
Start with $200 bankroll
4 table zoom (starting with 2NL)
Post winning sample over 10k hands
Take a shot at next stake/move up (as BRM permits)
Rinse and repeat
In addition to this I'll post hands I'm unsure about in the low stakes forum, as well as an update here with a graph after each session.
As for questions I have, I'm not sure what to do bankroll management wise. For example, assuming I beat 2NL, how long should I spend at 5NL building the roll before I take shots at 10NL? I hate feeling like I'm under rolled so I'm probably going to be less aggressive that most would be in that regard.
About to get started with session 1, back later with the results!