23-year-old Bankroll Management

by , Oct 13, 2009 | 6:09 pm

Suze Orman had another poker player call in to her “Can I Afford It?” segment seeking her approval to buy into a $1,200 tourney in Las Vegas. Young guy. Spoiler Alert: Quickest denial ever!

LOL, apparently Suze doesn’t understand that players like Brian are “good for the game.”

4 Comments to “23-year-old Bankroll Management”

  1. Joanie B.

    The poor guy. I wonder if he ended up going anyway.

  2. Stan

    Just guessing, but someone looking for Suze Orman’s blessing to go play a poker tournament in Vegas is probably :

    a) weak-tight
    b) not a winning player
    c) too sensible/money-conscious and not enough of a degenerate to win a big tourney
    d) all of the above.

    At least the other guy who asked for (and actually got) Suze’s permission a while back was married and just needed some backup against the wife. But a single, 23 year-old guy?

  3. Stef

    Nicely said Stan..lol..

  4. advergame developer

    It is very important that you manage your bankroll well. You have to make sure that you don’t play over your head by playing on stakes that your bankroll cannot support. If you do this then you will not have the money available in your bankroll to recover from slumps.