1st blog entry: introduction
hi boys and girls
my name is gernot from austria. i am a sng donkey, and this is a blog experiment where hopefully i'm writing consistent updates.
Although i am a grandpa in the late twenties, i wanna try to rebuild my BR again, since i managed to go broke due to my laziness.
i am in the clintlosch sng group with lots of capable guys who help with my hands. ty for that: for example
jamie, tomodak, lisapisa, clint^^
its really essential to discuss and exchange with others to improve. it was a good decision to join there.
i had some success at ongame back then playing 1-table sng, played quite high (up to 100$). my icm was good, but my postflop skills were non-existent^^
but because ongame was a donkfestival, it was possible to make a profit.
i had a 15k roll, but if you dont play (lack in motiavtion) and constantly cashout it should be clear for most (except me) that this doesn't last forever^^
i played staked for 9 months, but eventually my staker got upset because of my low volume: and the deal did end / is paused for now.
so i play with my own little roll now.
i like to study (videos, discussions, post /ask hands , work with icm-programs etc) and was never really a heavy grinder.
by reporting with this blog i wanna record my progress. and build a solid BR again.
i start with about 600$ BR and playing up to 15$. (1-table games)
main goals is to
1) follow a grinding+studying schedule.
2) reach minimum games /month. no more excuses (at least 1k games a month).
3) going regularly to gym (at least 2x a week)
4) find a couple of studymembers for daily hand discussing, who are online daily (just shoot me in skype or pm^^)
5) finding a game format and stick to that. i switched a lot. ongame had just fullring or dons. on stars i played everything. 180s, 45s, fifty50. 9man,6max, 18mans,
knockouts, hypers hu, 6max and 9max, LOL . u cant get good with such an approach -.-
this is it for now, i'm happy for any follower or comments, questions.
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