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October 11, 2013, 10:36:00 AM
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Got a thread up in the Gambling section, but this fits the loans aswell since it's kind of a loan.


About me in a few words
I want to be the best.

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Overall Scheduled MTT


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$0-$32

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• Total ROI: 50.9%
• Turbo Ratio: 47.6%
Av Entrants: 227

$33 and higher

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Poker SN’s
1.   NicholasHalden – Carbon(Merge)
2.   Mockingjay – ACR(WPN)
3.   CupOfTea123 – Intertops(Revolution)
4.   Anonymous Player 35 Bovada(lol)

What am I looking for?

I’m looking for an experienced professional (Or new) backer for MTT’s to stake me with BTC for MTT'ing on multiple clients that accepts BTC.
I am open to considering a contract until the end of the year (2 months'ish) and then reevaluating depending on profit made.

What can you expect from me?

You can expect Volume and Profit. I have played an average of 175 hours a month for 5 months not including off table work studying/videos. I normally play 5 days a week. I currently play 30+ on Merge and 25+ tournaments on Bovada a session which typically lasts 7-10 hours. I also mix in a few WPN tournaments if I have room and find them to be better value. I normally play between 8-20 tables at a time on 2 27"s and a 20". I am currently #4 on Sharkscope’s Yearly Merge Leaderboard for volume while only playing MTT’s for the last 5 months and 400 games away from being #1. I have played over 5,000 tournaments in 5 months if you count Bovada’s untracked tournaments. I turn 21 next month and have no prior obligations such as a normal job/school. I will be putting in similar hours as before because I want to succeed. Becoming successful at poker is my dream and I will do whatever I need to succeed.

Poker History

I dabbled around with poker in my youth with friends and a little online but never did anything. I decided to start with $100 around Christmas 2012 to see what I could do if I really went hardcore with the desire and work ethic to make it big.

January to Mid February -- $100 to $2000, 4NL to 50NL(played around 150k hands or so total)
Mid February to Late April – Grinded 3700 DoN’s $5s-$20s and ended with a small profit after RB.
Late April to Now – Grinding MTT’s on Merge/Bovada/WPN

I progressed through cash at a decent rate and realized it would be insanely hard to move past 50NL if I wanted to put in 30+ hours a week at Merge playing regs 90% of the time with no game selection. I developed my post flop game in the 150k or so hands I played in January and February. I decided to look for a new game to make more money and a friend suggested DoN’s because of how easy they are/used to be on PokerStars. I played DoN’s for a little over a month. In the first 1000 or so games I was learning the game and doing offtable work learning the math and shoving/calling ranges. However after I improved, I decided to move on to MTT’s because I realized my profit per month is capped in DoN’s and they became very boring quickly. I took my post-flop game and combined it with my new knowledge of push/fold and started playing MTT’s full time on Merge in Late April.

I now have 5 months of experience as a full time MTT grinder on my own roll starting with $100 in December 2012. Nothing has come easy for me since I started MTT’s in regards to big scores in higher buy-ins. I have yet to have what I consider a solid bink in anything $33+ although I’ve come close many times. I don’t have a sense of entitlement that I’m supposed to win big right away in my career. I know my time will come eventually which inspires me to play more and work harder on my game

5/369 in the PM V #6 $109 in May

20/857 in the PM V $109 Main Event in May

11/399 in a Sunday $109 on Merge in June http://www.handconverter.com/hands/2228325

15/967 in the PM VI $109 Main Event in September http://www.handconverter.com/hands/2312671

As soon as I'm able to post in the Gambling section of the forum, I will do so.
Keep in mind that I'm not looking for multiple stakers, I only need 1 staker. So please do not message me unless you're really interested.
Payouts will be made every 2 weeks, and you'll be able to contact me every day on skype for live updates and such.

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October 11, 2013, 12:16:20 PM
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So in the end, this is a gambling loan, without a collateral?
BTW, if you are so good at poker, why do you need investors?

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October 11, 2013, 04:07:08 PM
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So in the end, this is a gambling loan, without a collateral?
BTW, if you are so good at poker, why do you need investors?

I'm still young, and quite a spender, thinking of going back to studying aswell. Got good BMR but not that much of a bankroll, so in order to play on the levels that generate money I need stakers.
I've got some decent stakers for real cash games already, but since the BTC value is still rising I'ma give this a shot Smiley

Life's not cheap, and without money to bet, then there's no money to win.

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October 11, 2013, 04:10:36 PM
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So in the end, this is a gambling loan, without a collateral?
BTW, if you are so good at poker, why do you need investors?

You obviously have no idea what the point of poker staking is.  (The OP may not either, but that is besides the point)

Getting staked is not about not having money, it is about REDUCING VARIANCE.

Why do you think even the big money, millionaire poker pros get staked?  Its so they can play higher buyin tournaments and games, without the full risk to their bankroll.  You have to have good bankroll management to play poker with +EV

If you are going to post all of the time so you get your stunna pay for post btc, at least know what you are talking about.


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October 11, 2013, 04:52:22 PM
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I've got some decent stakers for real cash games already, but since the BTC value is still rising I'ma give this a shot Smiley

Take your real cash and buy some bitcoins.  Problem solved.

You don't need a loan.

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October 11, 2013, 05:02:52 PM
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Oh, Staker. Not Stalker. And I thought I could finally monetize my talents.
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October 11, 2013, 05:05:49 PM
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No collateral no Staker
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October 11, 2013, 05:06:55 PM
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Oh, Staker. Not Stalker. And I thought I could finally monetize my talents.

Dammit, man Smiley

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October 11, 2013, 09:28:29 PM
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October 11, 2013, 09:37:03 PM
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I can stake you bro, lemmie speak to my boy Phil ivey

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October 12, 2013, 07:03:22 PM
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Sick 5K Downswing.


Hush.

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