One BR or multiple BRs?

Discussion in 'Bankroll Management' started by Brick, Apr 4, 2015.


  1. Brick

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    I generally gamble from one dedicated BR but have heard of players keeping separate BRs for each type of game, i.e. one for craps, one for sports betting, etc. Personally, I would get annoyed with monitoring multiple BRs but it might make my record keeping easier.

    I'm interested in seeing which method the players on this forum prefer. Thanks.
     
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  2. Morgue, Apr 4, 2015

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    Craps is the only game in the casino that I play. I keep a record of my wins and losses.

    I am less calculating with sports betting and am admittedly pretty bad at it. I have $120 left over from last year and will see how far I can stretch it this year. If it goes, I'll stop.
     
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  3. thecrazymr, Apr 5, 2015

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    I use one bankroll.... it is all my FUN money and I keep a separate account just for gaming. Money goes into this account and I ONLY gamble from this account. But, I use the same funds for Craps, Poker, and any other gaming I choose to do.
     
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  4. KokomoJoe4, Apr 11, 2015

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    Like Morgue, craps is the only game of any interest to me and the only type of gambling that I do.

    My records of play go back to 2004. Although I have given a bit of my profits back, and even considering that my for a long time over 0.500 win percentage has dwindled down to 613-609, I still have several k in the safe at home that is play money. By rights, there should be $8800 there, but I had "borrowed" some for new Pirellis on the M3 and for a new Honda CR for the boy, so the 8800 in the black only looks like 4k at present.

    Even so, you gotta love not having to dig into the wallet to play this game. Haven't had to do so for a long time. Haven't had a nice winner in a good while either, but there is always hope.
     
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