My goal is to build a bankroll of $10,000 from scratch; primarily playing the Commerce and Hollywood Park $300-$500 $5/$5 blind games.
I want to get better at applying what I know. So much of what I'm learning here makes sense when I have time to analyze it, but in actual play, I feel I act too quickly. As a result, I want to work on taking more time before making a decision, thinking about future betting rounds, correct bet sizing, and hand sharing on the forums for feedback. I'm really bad at recording my hands, but I'm getting better.
Once I have a 20 buy-in bankroll for the $5/$5, I want to continue to build it for safety, while also working toward playing the $5/$10 at Commerce with the $1,500 max buy-in.
I'm tracking my results with an app on my phone called Poker Agent. I find it too cumbersome to record the hands, even though that's a big part of what it does. So far, I'm just using it to keep track of my buy-ins and cash outs.
I typically play from 11:30 PM to 4:00 AM, Mon-Thur Nights.
I started on 10/18/16 with a $300 buy-in.
So far, I've played 22.7 hours and I've won $2,684. However, I spent some of my bankroll, and it's now only $900.
Updates to follow.